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Gwyneth Paltrow

Taylor Swift’s “Is This Real Life” Moment

Taylor Swift‘s mom secretly gave Jimmy Fallon video she’d recorded of the singer high on pain meds following her lasik surgery, which he aired on the show. “I’m not asleep my mind is alive” is a future lyric.

Prince Harry is still at it — he’s reportedly sued the Sun and Mirror for phone hacking.

Kylie Jenner confirmed her split from Travis Scott and wants fans to know that the”2am date with Tyga” was not what we think it was.

-Hurry to watch some adorable Joshua Jackson content on Jodie Turner-Smith’s Instagram Stories before it disappears!

James Franco is being sued for sexual harassment, discrimination and a host of other claims by two former students.

-This new Angelina Jolie magazine cover is 🔥.

Gwyneth Paltrow was on Jimmy Kimmel’s show and further proved she doesn’t know much about Marvel movies.

-Fox has acquired Schitt’s Creek’s syndication rights, which means the show will soon start airing on US TV after it wraps up here on CBC.

-Joker is already breaking box office records in previews. Great.

-Praise baby jesus, Rainbow Rowell is planning a Simon Snow trilogy! I loved Wayward Son but the way it ended was odd.

-His Dark Materials trailer looks great.

-Also looking great – the Birds of Prey trailer.

Channing Tatum Plays Paparazzi for Jessie J

-During Jessie J’s performance in Rio last night, Channing Tatum kept jumping onstage to film her. She posted some of his shots on Instagram — and our boy did good!

Ryan Tedder was just joking when he said Coldplay has an upcoming new song featuring Beyoncé and Adele, which explains those confusing 10 minutes this afternoon when we all thought Coldplay might be relevant again.

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are getting married tonight and the celebrations are in full swing.

Andie MacDowell is supportive of her daughter Margaret Qualley dating Pete Davidson: “I FaceTimed with Pete the other day or no, she took a video of me to send to Pete that’s what it was. She has a beautiful relationship with him but I don’t want to step on her relationship too much. They have a nice relationship.”

Kanye West‘s latest album Jesus Is King was supposed to drop last Friday night — and now it doesn’t have a release date. A documentary film about it is expected next month, though.

-NYT’s film critic Wesley Morris thinks Gwyneth Paltrow was once “the best young American actor in the movies” and makes a case for wanting to see her star in films again. Same. (And she does sound a bit over GOOP.)

-This gross anecdote from the Hangover set about Todd Phillips, who just directed Joker, keeps making the rounds on Twitter.

Reese Witherspoon‘s son taught her how to TikTok this weekend and she exuded cool aunt energy.

-Did Jeremy Strong wear his Emmy tux on Succession last night? I have so many questions.

-Speaking of Succession, I had to physically leave the room during the rap in last night’s episode. It’s cringe-y perfection. God, this show.

-In terms of fall TV ratings, no new show hit it out of the park last week, but Prodigal Son did best out of the gate, while Stumptown soared in delayed viewings.

Billie Eilish performed a gravity-defying rendition of “Bad Guy” on SNL this weekend thanks to a rotating set.

-This is a great profile on Ryan Murphy but I especially like the bit with his and Bill Condon‘s very divergent accounts of their breakup.

-Netflix has confirmed season 4 of Stranger Things with a promo that promises a new setting. Perhaps in Russia with Hopper?

-Meanwhile, Aaron Paul says Netflix cancelled Bojack Horseman.

-Something has clearly gone sour between Marvel Studios and Marvel Entertainment: Marvel TV is reportedly phasing out live action shows to focus on animation instead.

-Clueless’ actress Stacey Dash was arrested for domestic violence after a fight with her husband.

-25 women who came forward with #MeToo allegations share their experiences about what the fallout has been in this must-read article. We spend so much time talking about the purportedly ruined lives of the alleged perpetrators; it’s time we start considering those who told the stories.

-A “really quite drunk” Daniel Craig gave a heartfelt speech at the wrap party of his latest Bond film.

-A small group of posh spies race against time to prevent history’s worst criminal masterminds from starting a war in The King’s Man trailer.

Michelle Williams Urges Pay Equity In Emmy Speech

-If you missed last night’s Emmy Awards, you’re going to want to watch Michelle Williams’ powerful speech.

-The Emmy telecast was an awkward, disjointed mess but they ended up handing out a lot of great awards (and best of all, didn’t deliver the predicted Game of Thrones sweep). There was also a handful of unintentionally hilarious moments, like when Gwyneth Paltrow struggled to walk across the stage in her dress, or when the audience openly laughed at Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner for saying their reality show featured “real people just being themselves, telling real stories unscripted and unfiltered.”

-This photo of Pheobe Waller-Bridge at an Emmy afterparty is a goddamn MOOD.

-On the Emmys red carpet last night, Terrance Howard said he’s retiring from acting because he’s unlocked mathematical secrets and he wants to share them with the world. “I’ve made some discoveries in my own personal life with the science that Pythagoras was searching for. I was able to open up the Flower of Life properly and find the real wave conjugations that we’ve been looking for for 10,000 years…On Tuesday when I receive my star [on the Hollywood Walk of Fame] I’m going to be able to prove that gravity is an effect and not a force.” Uh huh.

-ICYMI, here’s my Emmys red carpet recap, in which I tried to string together a few more words than just “Zendayaaaaaaaaaa!”

-When asked about Shane Gillis’ firing from SNL, Bill Hader said: “I feel like you shouldn’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings. Especially in comedy, you do stuff six or seven years ago that wouldn’t be okay now for good reason so I only speak for myself but, like anybody, you have to grow. I think it’s a good thing.” That guy’s a good egg.

-Disney CEO Bob Iger says they put out too many Star Wars movies too fast. Gee, ya think?

-In his new memoir, Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness opens up about childhood abuse and reveals he’s HIV-positive.

-This partnership between Jennifer Lawrence and Amazon’s wedding registry is … unexpected.

Kit Harington has a good strategy for dodging questions about the widely disliked Game of Thrones finale: he says he doesn’t have an opinion because he hasn’t even seen it. Smarter than he looks, that one.

-If Brad Pitt found out about my fangirling of him, I would not have handled it as well as Dax Shepard did.

-Just in case you need a reminder: Chris Pratt remains the worst Chris.

Jessie J debuted a new love she wrote about Channing Tatum, so that’s still happening.

-Stars could not stop drooling over Jennifer Lopez‘s video of her in the green dress. Celebs — they’re just like us!

Jonah Hill is in talks to play a villain in The Batman opposite Robert Pattinson — maybe the Penguin.

-The cast of Pitch Perfect reunited to go to a Hustlers screening, which feels all kinds of right.

-Downton Abbey won the weekend box office, proving that older moviegoers can still flex their money muscles.

Ryan Murphy‘s new Netflix show The Politician, starring Ben Platt and Gwyneth Paltrow, is getting good reviews.

Kat Dennings deserves a good TV show, and Hulu’s Dollface, produced by Margot Robbie, might finally be it judging by this trailer.

-I’m still on the fence about whether or not we need the Breaking Bad movie, but damn there’s nothing like a tearful Jesse Pinkman to hit me right in my heart guts.