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Justin Bieber Talks “Tough” Year of Marriage

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Justin Bieber is on the new cover of GQ, and he talks about his marriage to Hailey Baldwin (“The first year of marriage was really tough because there was a lot going back to the trauma. There was just a lack of trust. There was all these things that you don’t want to admit to the person that you’re with, because it’s scary. You don’t want to scare them off by saying, ‘I’m scared'”), on having children (“Not this second, but we will eventually”) and his faith (“He is grace. Every time we mess up, He’s picking us back up every single time. That’s how I view it. And so it’s like, ‘I made a mistake. I won’t dwell in it. I don’t sit in shame. But it actually makes me want to do better'”).

-He also give GQ a look inside his tour bus, which is insane.

David Tennant faked having a personal assistant so he didn’t have to attend events he didn’t want to go to, becoming my personal hero.

Pete Davidson said he’s with his “celebrity crush” amid Phoebe Dynevor romance rumours.

-Netflix has renewed Bridgerton for seasons 3 and 4 which, if they continue to follow the books, will focus on Benedict and Colin, respectively.

-Meanwhile, Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers talked to Vanity Fair about staying in the Bridgerton business, and the intense way fans are mourning the loss of Regé-Jean Page‘s Duke of Hastings.

Lady Gaga‘s underrated 2013 album ARTPOP hit the top 3 on iTunes as fans continue to circulate a petition to release more songs from the LP. Gaga tweeted: “I fell apart after I released this album. Thank you for celebrating something that once felt like destruction. We always believed it was ahead of its time. Years later turns out, sometimes, artists know. And so do little monsters. Paws up”

-Meanwhile, Gaga was spotted wearing a poufy white wedding dress on the set of the Gucci movie.

DMX‘s family released a statement to dispel rumours. They clarified that no one is buying his master recordings and warned of scammers pretending to raise money for his upcoming memorial

-Minari’s Yuh-Jung Youn continues to be a delight. When asked about staying home during the pandemic, she said “Staying in bed the whole day is my pleasure and my hobby. I like to watch TV or just doze, not thinking about anything. I’m sorry to say I’m really enjoying quarantine. I don’t have to see anybody. I can just stay home 24 hours a day in bed, my favorite place.”

Kevin Smith‘s new horror movie will be sold as an NFT. The Daily did a whole podcast today about NFTs, and I still don’t get the appeal.

George Clooney, Noah Wyle, Julianna Margulies and other ER alums are coming together for a special Earth Day episode of Stars in the House to support The Actors Fund amid the pandemic.

Madonna took a commenter to task for their thoughts on gun control.

-The creators of Netflix’s Shadow and Bone adaptation promise they’ve improved Mal, one of the book’s most problematic characters. The Shadow and Bone books were ok, but honestly I’m excited to watch this show because it’s also going to feature characters from the sequel series Six of Crows, which were MUCH better books.

-Here’s the trailer for the final season of Shrill starring Aidy Bryant.

-Here’s the first trailer for The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, starring Ryan Reynolds and Salma Hayek. Using “Hit Me Baby, One More Time” in a trailer for a hitman movie is gold.

Demi Lovato Talks about Being “Sober in Moderation”

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Demi Lovato is a beautiful alien on the cover of Paper. In the interview, she talks about the ups and downs of the past year (“At one point I was engaged to a man, and now I’m very much not. And so I just wanted to allow myself the freedom to match my outside to what I feel like on the inside, and that’s what I’ve done”), dealing with negative press (“I think it was right after I got out of rehab in 2018. I saw an article somewhere that said I was morbidly obese, and that is the most triggering thing that you could possibly write about somebody with an eating disorder. That sucked, and I wanted to quit, I wanted to use, wanted to give up”), and says she is no longer wholly sober (“It’s just really important to note that just because I am trying this doesn’t mean it’s for everybody. Just like the dogmatic views of complete sobriety, that isn’t a one size fits all solution for everybody”).

-Reviews of the first two episodes of her docuseries (which dropped this week on Youtube, while the final two will debut in a couple of weeks) praise Lovato for her candor.

Noah Centineo took to social media to flaunt his muscle gains in preparation for his upcoming superhero role. This feels like… too much?

Chris Evans showed off his chest tattoos during interview and the internet went wild. Weirdly, this doesn’t feel like too much? I don’t make the rules, guys.

Meghan McCain continues to be the least self-aware person ever, saying on The View today: “We’ve only had one Asian American host co-host host this show. Does that mean one of us should be leaving because there’s not enough representation? We’re talking about — is identity politics more important than the qualifications for the job?” She knows the only reason she got that gig was because of who her father was, right? She has the opposite of imposter syndrome.

Prince Harry keeps getting new jobs. Today he was named one of 15 commissioners joining Aspen Institute’s Commission on Information Disorder team.

-Oh god. It turns out the Synder cut isn’t exactly the cut he wanted, because Zack Synder wanted the final scene of the four-hour comic to feature the Green Lantern John Stewart and not the Martian Manhunter, and that he filmed the new Green Lantern scene in his driveway last year during the pandemic with “an amazing actor” but the studio took it out. I’m so tired.

-Most of the Glee cast (minus Lea Michele) will come together for a tribute to the late Naya Rivera at the GLAAD Media Awards — with Demi Lovato set to introduce it.

Ryan Murphy cast his go-to Evan Peters in the lead role for his upcoming Netflix series about Jeffrey Dahmer.

Issa Rae just inked an eight-figure, five-year deal with WarnerMedia, keeping her in the HBO fam.

-People are really hating on Chrissy Teigen‘s new business venture.

David Duchovny is heading back to Showtime as a series lead, this time for an adaptation of his latest novel.

-Splash News and Picture Agency, one of Hollywood’s biggest paparazzi agencies is filing for bankruptcy. Despite some headlines, it’s not because Meghan Markle sued them for invading a ‘private family outing’ in Canada last year.

Dana Carvey‘s Biden impression is excellent.

Miley Cyrus penned a sweet letter to her Hannah Montana character in honour of the 15th anniversary of the show’s premiere.

Justin Bieber has returned from his tropical vacation — and one of his first stops was at a prison to spread the word of the bible.

-The Tina Turner documentary that airs this weekend on HBO considers her life and career well beyond her awful first marriage.

-Despite the TV production slowdown, there’s actually quite a few interesting-looking shows premiering in the next few weeks.

-Mary Goes Round, starring Aya Cash, is now streaming for free on CBC Gem. I really dug that movie.

-Speaking of Aya Cash, she and William Jackson Harper play a recently split couple who attend her sister’s wedding in the We Broke Up trailer.

Anna Kendrick, Toni Collette and Daniel Dae Kim are on a mission to Mars in the trailer for Netflix’s Stowaway.

Anya Taylor-Joy’s Breakout Year

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Anya Taylor-Joy is on the cover of Vanity Fair and talks about how The Queen’s Gambit has propelled her career to stratospheric new heights, with projects lined up alongside Robert De Niro, Chris Rock, Margot Robbie, Christian Bale, Nicole Kidman and Ethan Hawke. “I think I’ll probably understand this year in about five years. I think that’s when it will probably hit.”

Jennifer Garner appeared on Hot Ones and she was at her most charming. “Ina Garten would be appalled by this behaviour.” “You really had me feeling kinda cocky, didn’t ya?”  “Up your butt, Sean!”

Prince Harry will become chief impact officer of BetterUp, a fast-growing coaching and mental health firm. This seems like an issue he’s really passionate about, so good for him. (The title makes me laugh though.)

Prince William and Kate Middleton visited Westminster Abbey, the cathedral where they were wed nearly 10 years ago, to check out its vaccination clinic.

Thomas Middleditch’s alleged behavior didn’t come as much of a surprise to his former Silicon Valley co-star Alice Wetterlund, who tweeted “Tried to warn you all about Middleditch but noooooo not everyone’s favorite tinyman who looks like he lives in a clock!”

Hailey and Justin Bieber were spotted soaking up the sun in Turks and Caicos.  I’ve never been more jealous.

-HBO has announced not one, not two, but three Game of Thrones spinoffs: Nymeria, Flea Bottom, and The Sea Snake. It’ll be interesting to see what kind of appetite there is for these, seeing as the reaction to its final season seems to have tarnished its legacy. With all the rewatches people have been doing during the pandemic, that one never comes up.

Kristen Davis‘ new thriller is no 1 on Netflix — for reasons no one can understand.

-Despite being spotted kissing a new guy, Lizzo insists she’s single.

-Disney shifted a bunch of movie dates/platforms, with Black Widow and Cruella getting a premium Disney+ launch alongside a theatrical release, while Pixar’s Luca will skip theaters entirely. Also, Death on the Nile moving to Feb 2022. I wonder if that’s because there’s not a big appetite for Armie Hammer movies right now?

Sean Young does not mince words in this interview. She praises Michael Douglas and Jim Carrey, but calls out James Woods, Warren Beatty, Charlie Sheen, Steven Spielberg and Ridley Scott for toxic behaviour and getting her blacklisted.

-I didn’t see this coming: the villain of Shazam 2 will be played by Helen Mirren.

Oh no, Moby. No.

-Jeopardy! fans are NOT happy that Dr. Oz is guest hosting, and more than 500 past contestants have called for his removal.

-I didn’t realize I needed to see Kevin Bacon singing Backstreet Boys to farm animals, but I really really did.

-As he continues to lose deals, David Dobrik has released a second apology video and announced a social media break.

-Netflix is working on a gay holiday romcom starring Michael Urie, Philemon Chambers and Luke MacFarlane. Yes, please!

-Here’s the first trailer for HBO’s documentary on white supremacy, Exterminate All the Brutes.

-Here’s the trailer for HBO’s Victorian-era fantasy series The Nevers, which debuts April 11 and was created by Joss Whedon (who has since left). I didn’t know Demelza from Poldark is in this!