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Gigi Hadid Confirms Pregnancy

Gigi Hadid talked about her pregnancy on Jimmy Fallon’s show. “Obviously we wished we could have announced it on our own terms. We’re very excited and happy and grateful for everyone’s well wishes.”

-In other Gigi Hadid news, she and sister Bella are on the new covers of Vogue Paris.

Drake may be stuck inside his home in Toronto, but he’s still getting stuff done. He dropped a surprise 14-track mixtape and announced his next studio album will be released this summer.

-The Parks and Rec reunion was everything I hoped it’d be and more. It was the perfect example of why fan service can sometimes be exactly what you need. And I’m going to have “Bye Bye Lil’ Sebastian” stuck in my head for days.

-There was a Fresh Prince cast reunion and Will Smith got a little teary watching clips of Uncle Phil.

Anderson Cooper shared photos of his new son on Instagram.

-Former Grey’s Anatomy stars Eric Dane and Patrick Dempsey stage a social-distancing reunion.

-I want this article about what’s on famous people’s bookshelves updated every week, please!

-It was a sweet gesture but if I were about to do a job interview over Zoom and Meghan Markle popped in to wish me good luck, I would get so flustered that I’d totally bomb that interview.

-Meanwhile, Meghan Markle lost her first legal battle in ongoing lawsuit against the Mail on Sunday.

Victoria Beckham has reversed her decision to furlough her staff of 30 at her fashion label and will keep paying them. I should hope so.

Nick Cordero‘s wife and child are living in Zach Braff’s guesthouse as the Broadway star battles severe covid side effects that required his leg to be amputated.

-Madonna says that she tested positive for coronavirus antibodies, posting on Instagram “So tomorrow, I’m just going to go for a long drive in the car, and I’m going to roll down the window, and I’m going to breathe in the COVID-19 air. Yup. I hope the sun is shining.”

Ana de Armas shared pictures from her birthday celebrations with Ben Affleck.

Eva Mendes defended Ryan Gosling’s parent skills in her Instagram comments.

-I’m intrigued by Amazon’s new show Upload, which dropped today. And only 70% because it stars Robbie Amell.

-I watched Michaela Coel‘s Chewing Gum, which was both hilarious and confusing. Her new HBO show I May Destroy You looks intense.

 

 

Britney Spears Burned Down Her Home Gym

-This really is the best 11 second-video you’ll see all week. I have so many questions!!

-Critics who have seen the screener for tonight’s Parks and Recreation special are loving it. Here’s a clip.

Oscar Isaac and Marisa Tomei teamed up to perform a reading of Alan Browne’s play Beiruit and it was horny as hell.

-Here we go again: it appears that Channing Tatum and Jessie J have reunited. They were spotted riding a motorcycle together.

Gigi Hadid‘s mom spilled the beans that she’s having a girl.

-Not only does Margo Martindale look back fondly on Hannah Montana: The Movie — she remembers all of the “Hoedown Throwdown” song.

-Say what you will about Kendall Jenner, but this tweet is gold.

-Rapper Young Thug revealed that he had previously been hospitalized for kidney and liver failure.

-As someone who literally can’t remember the last time she turned on her oven before this quarantine started and is now having to cook everyday, I very much related to Whoopi Goldberg‘s weak attempt at making herself dinner.

Kristin Cavallari and Jay Culter‘s divorce is already getting ugly. She says he’s blocking her from buying a new home and withholding the funds she would need to move out with their children.

Justin and Hailey Bieber donated 200 sandwiches today to the workers at Stratford General Hospital.

Ryan Reynolds continues to do good. He donated $5,000 to support the family of a Nova Scotia rampage victim.

Oprah had a hard time changing her duvet cover. The struggle is real.

-In the latest episode of Red Table Talk, Jada Pinkett Smith says the time at home has allowed her and hubby Will Smith to get to know each other better. “I gotta be honest. I think one of the things that I’ve realized is that I don’t know Will at all…I feel like there’s a layer that you get to, life gets busy and you create these stories in your head and then you hold onto these stories and that is your idea of your partner, that’s not who your partner is.”

-I haven’t watched Riverdale in forever but the kids are just straight up murdering people now? Huh.

-I have been doing a Happy Endings rewatch because it’s a perfect sitcom (an edgier Friends with the joke density of 30 Rock), so this reunion between Casey Wilson and Adam Pally made me very happy.

-Oh god, they made a movie version of the self-help book The Secret? And it stars Katie Holmes? Yeesh.

Beyonce Knows What OnlyFans Is

Beyoncé appears on a charity remix of Megan Thee Stallion‘s hit “Savage” and Twitter is losing its mind about her OnlyFans name drop. In the remix, Bey raps: “Hips TikTok when I dance / On that demon time she might start an OnlyFans / Big B and that B stands for bands / If you wanna see some real ass baby here’s your chance”

-Celebrity gossip has been slowwwwww in these times of quarantine, so bless Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik for getting knocked up.

-Meanwhile, Gigi’s ex Tyler Cameron wants the internet to stop saying he’s the father of her baby.

Joe Jonas says Sophie Turner only agreed to date him on the condition he watch all the Harry Potter movies. Seems reasonable.

Irrfan Khan has died at 53 following a battle with cancer. You might not know his name, but you’d definitely recognize him. He’s best known for his roles in Slumdog Millionaire, Life of Pi, Jurassic World, and season 3 of In Treatment.

-On a podcast, Katie Couric talked about being uncomfortable when interviewing Denzel Washington in 2004, saying she left “feeling really kind of shaken that he had kind of gone after me in a way that was completely, weirdly uncalled for.” I mean, reading the exchange, it doesn’t sound so bad? He challenged her and then didn’t let her off the hook when she, a white woman, those people‘d him.

-Despite the entire state of California being under stay-at-home orders, Kendall Jenner and Phoenix Suns basketball player Devin Booker decided to go on a road trip.

-The Federal Aviation Administration is looking into a runway incident involving Harrison Ford that occurred at LA’s Hawthorne Airport on April 24. Again celebrities, California’s stay-at-home orders apply to you too.

-The Half Of It, a YA take on Cyrano de Bergerac that debuts on Netflix Friday, is getting really great reviews.

Alice Wu‘s, the writer-director of The Half Of It, talked to the NYT about the ingenious method she used to overcome writers’ block when completing the screenplay: she wrote a check for $1,000 to the National Rifle Association, a cause she is against. “I gave it to one of my best friends, TJ, who’s a butch firefighter. I gave myself five weeks, and told her, ‘if this first draft is not written, you are sending that check in.’ ”

-Normal People drops on Hulu today. The Ringer says “it’s Twilight for people who are too cynical to get swept away by the bland naiveté of stories like Twilight.”

-Speaking of new TV shows, the embargo lifted today on Ryan Murphy‘s Hollywood and oof, the reviews are baaaaaad. Variety calls it “the first outright dud of his post-Glee career,” The Hollywood Reporter says it’s “frustratingly naive,” and BBC calls it “a disaster.”

-TV super producer Greg Berlanti is donating $1 million to covid Hollywood relief efforts, including $600k to workers on his shows.

Kanye West is desperate to be recognized as a billionaire.

Mike Schur opened up about tomorrow night’s Parks & Rec special that doubles as a fundraiser for Feeding America. “The most important theme of the show is: Leslie Knope believes in friendship. She was loyal and friendly and put all her eggs in the power of friendship. It’s about her connecting with people and holding that group of characters together at a time when they’re unable to leave their homes.”

-At least Keith Urban knows he married up.

-The Academy has released new rules: streaming films are eligible for the Oscars, but only for this year. (Last year’s streaming nominees like Marriage Story and The Irishmen had very limited theatrical releases in order to be eligible). They’ve also merged the best sound editing and best sound mixing categories into one.

-Hollywood’s movie system is imploding before our eyes. The new Trolls movie managed to gross $100 million in three weeks as a 48-hour, $20 on-demand rental, and Universal CEO said its success means as soon as theatres reopen they will release films in both formats. That led to AMC saying they will no longer show Universal movies in their theatres. A pissing match between movie studios and theatre owners is the opposite of what that industry needs right now.

Tom Felton stars as a man who must take a road trip with his estranged sister to fulfill his dead mother’s wishes in the Braking For Whales trailer.