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Cardi B Welcomes Daughter Kulture

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-Congrats to Cardi B who just welcomed her first childa baby girl she named Kulture Kiari Cephus.

-Everyone else can stop with the #InMyFeelingsChallenge. Sterling K. Brown and Susan Kelechi Watson just won the whole thing with this video to celebrate their first day back on the set of This Is Us.

Henry Cavill telling GQ that #MeToo has made it more difficult for him to date is a really, really bad look. “It’s very difficult to do that if there are certain rules in place. Because then it’s like, “Well, I don’t want to go up and talk to her, because I’m going to be called a rapist or something.'”

Kristen Bell wears gloves in the pool to avoid prune-y fingers. Rich people are weird.

-Wow, THR’s cover story is a crazy read. It’s an investigation into a con artist who is impersonating top female execs in Hollywood like Kathleen Kennedy and Amy Pascal as part of a global scam.

Kylie Jenner is on the cover of Forbes as the youngest self-made billionaire. But exactly how “self-made” is she?

Sarah Palin feels duped by Sacha Baron Cohen, who she says “heavily disguised himself as a disabled U.S. Veteran” during an interview for his new show. This is the best PR leading up to the premiere the show could have possibly gotten…

Donald Glover just dropped two new summer-themed songs as Childish Gambino.

-We’re now just a few days behind the US when it comes to Handmaid’s Tale airings (it dropped on Hulu last night; we get it on Bravo on Sunday). I’ve been trying to avoid reviews but the general sentiment from critics on Twitter has been hard to avoid.

-Also, the show cancelled that planned line of wine following all the social media backlash.

-What the hell is “dude-friendly wine“, Stephen Amell?!? Gawd, masculinity is so damn fragile.

-I’m choosing to believe that Justin Theroux wore a Wu-Tang Clan hat in tribute to The Leftovers and Nora’s impromptu tattoo.

Dwayne Johnson is not running for office in 2020 — but he isn’t ruling out a future presidential run.

-His Skyscraper costar Neve Campbell (who looked ah-maz-ing at the premiere) talked to Stephen Colbert about why she stepped away from acting after Scream.

-Wait, so not only are we getting Jared Leto‘s Joker origin movie, we’re also getting Joaquin Phoenix’s? How many of these things do we really need?

-This sucks: Demi Moore is reportedly the victim of a major credit card fraud case. A man allegedly reported her card missing and then intercepted her new card before racking up $169k in bills.

Green Day’s “American Idiot” has re-entered the British charts as people are trying to get it to the No. 1 song before Trump’s visit.

-Comic book fans love Y: The Last Man. Like, they LOVE it. At least the casting of FX’s upcoming adaptation is promising. Dunkirk’s Barry Keoghan has landed the role of Yorick, the last living man on Earth after a mysterious illness wipes out every other single male mammal in the world. Imogen Poots will play his sister, Hero, and Diane Lane will play their mother, Senator Jennifer Brown.

-I gave up on The Walking Dead ages ago, but I dig the fact that the new showrunner is a woman.

-Catfish’s Nev Schulman has been cleared of sexual misconduct allegations in an internal MTV investigation.

-Wait, Netflix’s The Kissing Booth started out as a Wattpad fic written by a 15-year-old? That movie makes so much more sense now…

-The fact that all the US TV critics I follow are suddenly gushing over Letterkenny delights me.

-This is an interesting look back at Across The Universe from star Evan Rachel Wood and director Julie Taymor, who talk about the films bungled marketing, and Taymor’s “difficult” reputation.

Keira Knightley and Dominic West play authors struggling with infidelity in the Colette trailer.

Leaked Audio Reveals Tensions on Lethal Weapon Set


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-This has been the *craziest* week of TV news, so it’s fitting that it closes with Variety’s deep-dive into the behind-the-scenes clashes on the set of Lethal Weapon, which includes audio clips of Clayne Crawford calling costar Damon Wayans a p***y and yelling at the crew because of background noise. Variety interviewed 31(!) people who worked on the series who say the set was so toxic that by the end of the season, security guards were present at all times to ensure that disagreements would not deteriorate into physical violence. Wayans also doesn’t come off smelling like a rose; he refuses to do table reads, has to be fed every 2.5 hours, and demands scripts that featured his lines only.

-Speaking of crazy TV news, according to TMZ ABC is in talks to reboot Roseanne and have it be centered around Sara Gilbert’s character.

Elle Fanning is super smile-y on the cover of Vanity Fair Italia, which I think is very cute. I like that they didn’t use a pouty model pose.

Pusha T says of his Drake beef: “I’m not censoring myself, there’s more content if it’s needed.” And he’s implying that Drake has been searching for dirt on him in retaliation.

Kayne West actually dropped his album on schedule. You can listen to it here.

-I don’t actually know if Zendaya and Tom Holland are dating IRL, but this is very cute.

-I love so much about this IG post: it’s a mild but effective denial of rumours that Emma Stone is dating Justin Theroux, and I had no idea that’s she’s BFFs with YTV’s Sugar!

-It’s good to see that Matt Damon and Chris Hemsworth’s bromance is still going strong.

-In an interview with the NYT before her arrest Smallville star Allison Mack revealed disturbing details about her experiences in the Nxivm cult, including that women were expected to have sex with their “master” and do menial chores, and that the branding was her idea.

Kevin Hart admits he overreacted to an incident that happened on his plane after they’d landed: “We turned into the most dramatic people. Everybody else was so calm. They were grabbing their bags. I got the mask. ‘Can you breathe? Can you breathe?'”

-Killing Eve might be the best reviewed show of the year, and it’s been killing me that we can’t watch it legally here in Canada. But that’s about to change — it debuts on Bravo on July 22.

Ian McKellen gave the best answer when told that Dumbledore’s queer sexuality wouldn’t be addressed in the new Fantastic Beasts movie.  “That’s a pity. Well, nobody looks to Hollywood for social commentary, do they? They only recently discovered that there were black people in the world. Hollywood has mistreated women in every possible way throughout its history. Gay men don’t exist. Gods and Monsters [1998], I think, was the beginning of Hollywood admitting that there were gay people knocking around, even though half of Hollywood is gay.”

Harvey Weinstein is facing a new rape allegation in a class action lawsuit that was filed today.

Emma Thompson plays a judge deciding if she should force a teenage boy to have the blood transfusion that will save his life in The Children Act.



Tiffany Haddish Dons Valentino Haute Couture for W


Tiffany Haddish is crushing it in haute couture on the new W cover. The inside shots are equally wonderful.

-This year’s TIME’s 100 Most Influential List has arrived and the profiles (which are written by other famous people) are often wonderful. Some notable ones: Lynda Carter wrote about Gal GadotJudd Apatow wrote about Kumail NanjianiKevin Hart wrote about Tiffany HaddishMindy Kaling wrote about Issa Rae, Naomi Watts wrote about Nicole KidmanAnne Hathaway wrote about Hugh Jackman, Lupita N’yongo wrote about Trevor NoahSarah Paulson wrote about Sterling K Brown, and Chris Pratt wrote about John Krasinski.

-I’m sooo curious about the blind item at the end of this article, which says an hour-long TV drama that’s listed as a “safe bet” for renewal may not return after all because the male lead has become so impossible to work with. The site’s current safe bet dramas are Blacklist, Scorpion, Lethal Weapon, Lucifer, Prison Break, and Chicago Med. I don’t watch any of those…but I still wanna know!

Beyoncé will “switch up a couple things” for her Coachella weekend two set, one of her dancers says. Unfortunately, it won’t be live-streamed anywhere.

Cardi B visited Ellen for the first time and explained just how she got pregnant… by showing photos of her twerking at Coachella.

Kanye West is dropping two albums this summer — one solo and one with Kid Cudi.

-This video of how actors get paid (residuals, scale, day rates) is kind of fascinating.

Justin Theroux reportedly met his new girl at the gym. I don’t know how that happens. After about 7 minutes at the gym, I look like I’m having the inside of my skull sandpapered…

-Angelina Jolie expertly flies a plane over desert in a new documentary, proving there really is nothing she can’t do.

-Riverdale aired its musical episode last night, and all anyone can talk about is Archie’s dorky dancing.

-Why is Javier Bardem staunchly defending Woody Allen?! (Though frankly, this explains a lot about when I saw him at TIFF years ago.)

-Scandal wraps up tonight with the series finale, and there’s been a lot of articles about how it changed the game. I especially like this one on its legacy.

-Gosh, I continue to like Terry Crews a whole lot. “Masculinity can be a cult.”

-Speaking of celebs I adore, Letitia Wright rapped about Red Lobster and vibranium for Jimmy Fallon.

Gwyneth Paltrow and Stephen Colbert teamed up to sell GOOP-like products, including a set of five “Dream Twigs,” made from “self-actualized wood that volunteered to become pencils,” and a journal titled “My Incoherent Ramblings.”  Proceeds go to public schools.

-The Crazy Rich Asians trailer is finally (finally!!) dropping on Monday. This sneak peek has me excited.

-The final Deadpool 2 trailer makes fun of other superheros and features an awesome moment for Rob Delaney as Peter. But damn, why so much TJ Miller still?