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George Clooney’s Beauty Secret: The Flowbee

George Clooney‘s CBS This Morning interview is generating lots of headlines for the part where he talks about cutting his hair with a Flowbee (“My haircuts take, literally, two minutes”), but the full 8-minute interview is full of gems.  He remembers discovering he was having twins (“I was up for one! I’m like, ‘I’m old.’ All of a sudden it’s two and I literally … it’s hard to get me to not talk and I just stood there for like 10 minutes, just staring at this piece of paper going, ‘What, two?!’ “) and talked about being in lockdown at home (“It’s been a while since I did 15 loads of laundry in a day and mopped floors and all these doors over here I stained. I always say I felt like my mother in 1964, because she had two kids and no help. I don’t know how she did it now. I have more sympathy for her now than ever”).

Cardi B is apologizing after tweeting that she had 37 people over for Thanksgiving while most people couldn’t even see their family. She says she felt safe because she gets tested 4 times a week because of work. At what point are celebs going to realize preventive testing doesn’t work? You can have it for days before it shows up on the test (and tests aren’t foolproof anyway). I don’t love shaming individuals when I think it’s mostly the fault of the government/public health for not making things clearer, but for the love of god, stop broadcasting your protocol-breaking shenanigans all over social media.

-Chef David Chang became the first celebrity to win $1 million on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

Felicity Huffman has landed her first TV role since completing her prison sentence.

-Welp. The finale for The Undoing was not good, prioritizing red herrings over characters who act in any way that makes sense. A more interesting script would have had the person who gave the case-turning testimony have to reckon with the fact that they were so blind to what was happening under their nose, but instead we got a really underwhelming car chase. I really liked this take: “No one likes to feel that they have been duped or that they wasted their time, even if eliciting that feeling serves a broader storytelling point, and that’s basically what this series did.”

-Speaking of 6-episode limited mystery series, The Flight Attendant is FUN. The first three episodes dropping on Crave last week; the next three are this week.  I didn’t know Kaley Cuoco had this in her but she’s so, so good.

-Her Flight Attendant costar Rosie Perez says she had covid way back in Dec while shooting the series in Bangkok.

-The Flash had to shut down production again in Vancouver after someone tested positive.

Laverne Cox says is “definitely in shock” and “triggered” but OK after a transphobic attack while walking with a friend in a park on Saturday.

Rosario Dawson was trending this weekend because of her Mandalorian appearance, so that means the rumours of her being anti-trans surfaced again. She told Vanity Fair: “I was raised in a very inclusive and loving way, and that’s how I’ve lived my entire life.”

Alison Brie says the first time she met Ellen Degeneres, she accidentally showed her a dick pic. That must have gone over well.

Kelly Clarkson has been granted primary custody of her and Brandon Blackstock’s two kids in Los Angeles amid their divorce. He’s reportedly seeking $436k/month in support.

-The UK’s Culture Secretary is demanding Netflix make it clear The Crown is ‘fiction‘. He knows how scripts and cameras and actors work, right?

-Disney is honouring the late Chadwick Boseman in Black Panther’s new opening montage when it streams on Disney Plus.

-The trailer for Doctor Who’s holiday special features the return of John Barrowman. It also marks the final episode for two companions.

-Zendaya‘s Rue picks up right where she left on in the new trailer for the Euphoria Christmas episode.

Michael B. Jordan is 2020’s Sexiest Man Alive

-People has declared Michael B. Jordan the year’s Sexiest Man Alive and even though it’s surprising because he doesn’t anything obvious to promote like Chris Pine or Daniel Craig, no one can hate on this choice. He was very cute during last night’s unveiling on Jimmy Kimmel.

-GQ has crowned Megan Thee Stallion as Rapper of the Year. In her new cover story, she talks about the conservative backlash to “WAP” (“Sometimes people are really not comfortable enough with themselves, and I don’t think they like to watch other people be comfortable with themselves. And I don’t think they want anybody to teach other people how to be comfortable with themselves”), and what she hopes to inspire in others (“I want Black women to be louder. I want us to be sassier. I want us to demand more, be more outspoken, keep speaking and just keep demanding what you deserve”).

Lakeith Stanfield is on the cover of THR, in which he talks about his relentless drive to succeed: “If that means I need to stay in character when the cameras aren’t rolling, then I will,” he says. “If I have to read one line 1,500 times, then I do that. If I have to play a homeless man, I might need to go out there for a while.”

-It was announced that the fifth Scream movie will be called…Scream. Guys, 5cream was right there!

Margot Robbie says that she would interested to see David Ayer’s cut of Suicide Squad. This is never going to stop, is it?

-HBO Max’s thriller The Flight Attendant with Kaley Cuoco is getting decent reviews, with critics calling it “the TV equivalent of a beach read, pure and simple.”

-The Gilmore Girls revival is making its network debut on The CW next week. I can’t decide if this would be comfort TV, or remind me why I hated it.

-Master Chef Junior alum Ben Watkins has died at 14 of a rare form of cancer. Gordon Ramsay remembered him as an “incredibly talented home cook and even stronger young man.”

Harvey Weinstein is reportedly ill in prison, likely from covid.

Lana Del Rey is defending a mesh mask she wore a month ago. We *just* forgotten about that bullshittery and she had to go and bring it up again!

Conan O’Brien‘s nightly show will come to an end next year, but he isn’t yet ready to retire. He’ll segue to a weekly variety series on HBO Max.

-If you read anything today, ready this account of the time a couple college dudes won an MTV contest in 1984 to tour with Van Halen. It has everything: private jets, groupies, drugs, center stage appearances, food fights, sexual encounters involving egg salad.

-This is a lovely oral history of how Alex Trebek became America’s most beloved game-show host.

-The One Night In Miami trailer has arrived. I loved this movie so, so much.

Adele Gets Ready for SNL

-Here’s our first look at Adele on SNL. I’m both looking forward to this episode and dreading the conversation about it.

Jennifer Aniston posted a photo of her casting her election ballot early and she had a message for fans: “It’s not funny to vote for Kanye. I don’t know how else to say it. Please be responsible.”

-In a podcast interview, Jennifer Lawrence says it took her a while to get over falling at the Oscars. “I can look back at it now fondly but for a very long time the fall thing was very sensitive. Anderson Cooper, I saw him on CNN three days later saying, ‘Well she obviously faked the fall,’ and it was so devastating because it was this horrific humiliation to me. I don’t know if I’ll ever have a chance to give a speech like that again, so it didn’t feel good for me not to have a speech.”

-She also said her husband doesn’t mind that she kicks him to the guest room when she has “slumber parties, like, once a week” with her friends. In a pandemic tho?

-This year has been rough, but the ladies of pop are determined to get us through it by releasing new music. First came Taylor, then Demi, and now Ariana Grande.  With just 10 days to go before the U.S. election, she’s offering us a vision of what life would be like if she were in charge in her new video for “Positions”.

Miley Cyrus is also getting in on the action, announcing a new album that’ll be released Nov 27.

Joshua Jackson and Jodie Turner-Smith continue to be the best celebrity couple.

Matthew McConaughey talked to Howard Stern about how his mom repeatedly sold him out once he became famous. He’s incredibly forgiving.

-The funniest thing about Robert Downey Jr.‘s post supporting Chris Pratt is that he cropped Tom Holland out of the photo. They’re so close that they have … literally no photos together.

Sacha Baron Cohen appeared on GMA, along with Borat 2 costar Maria Bakalova, and talked about the scene with Rudy Giuliani. “If the president’s lawyer found what he did there appropriate behavior then heaven knows what he’s doing with other female journalists in hotel rooms. I just urge everyone to watch the movie. It is what it is. He did what he did.” He added that he was “quite concerned” for Bakalova during the scene because he was hiding nearby and monitoring the situation via text. “It’s my responsibility as a producer as well to ensure that the lead actor is looked after.”

Christine Baranski plays Scrooge to Dolly Parton‘s angel in the trailer for Netflix’s upcoming holiday musical Christmas on the Square.

-Speaking of Netflix holiday movies, the Dash & Lily trailer is super cute.

-So we’re still pretending that Paul GreengrassNews of the World, starring Tom Hanks, is coming out in theatres at Christmas, huh?

-Meanwhile, there’s lots of whispers about the studio behind James Bond shopping it to streaming sites and the numbers floating around are insane — like 200-600 million dollars insane.

Kaley Cuoco may be a murderer in the trailer for The Flight Attendant, coming to HBO Max and Crave next month.