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Katy Perry

Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas’ Music Video Makeout

Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas are kissing in public again — but this time it’s for a music video.

Cara Delevingne is telling fans to “stop hating” on ex-girlfriend Ashley Benson amid rumours Benson is dating G-Eazy, saying “you don’t know the whole truth, only her and I do and that’s the way it should be.”

-We’ve gotten to the point where we’re scouring IG photo backgrounds and judging celebrities’ pantries. I don’t hate it.

-Is Taylor Swift going to show up on American Idol next week to sing “Daisies” with Katy Perry? The internet seems to think so.

Neil Gaiman says he wants to work out his relationship issues with Amanda Palmer in private — which he announced by publicly posting an open letter to her.  Yeah, this is working out well.

Will Smith shows up for a verse on Joyner Lucas’ new song and everyone kind of forgot how good he is at rapping.

Gwyneth Paltrow posted a photo of daughter Apple to celebrate her 16th birthday and there’s no way this kid isn’t going into showbiz.

-Is Wendy Williams ok? She had a weirdly strong reaction to Mary-Kate Olsen‘s divorce from Olivier Sarkozy.

-When it comes to live concerts, will URL replace IRL? This is a great look at the future of live concerts and how the Kpop industry is innovating, bringing fans and artists together through their screens with immersive, pay-per-view live events.

-It’s the 20 year anniversary of “Oops I Did It Again“. Because we’re old.

Sarah Paulson knows everyone thinks she looks just like Adele — and she doesn’t hate it. “Listen, I’ll take it. I mean, what I wish they were comparing was my talent to her talent and saying that mine was as great as hers. Which quite honestly they can’t say because no one’s talent is as great as hers.”

-There’s going to be a miniseries adaptation of the story of The View, and this fantasy-casting nails it.

-The next Arrowverse crossover will be reduced to a two-hour event – if they’re ever allowed to film again.

Shawn Ashmore plays a detective who hunts down the father-and-son serial killing duo who murdered his wife in the trailer for Darkness Falls.

Grimes and Elon Musk Are Parents

Grimes and Elon Musk are parents to a baby boy. Musk tweeted that they’ve named X Æ A-12 Musk, but one can only assume (hope? pray?) that he’s joking.

Naomi Campbell is on the new cover of Essence, which she styled herself and shot at home with her iPhone. This is damn impressive.

-Speaking of great covers, Judi Dench is on the latest British Vogue.

Anderson Cooper revealed on the Late Show With Stephen Colbert that he is co-parenting with ex Benjamin Maisani, despite them splitting up back in 2018. “He’s my family, and I want him to be Wyatt’s family as well.”

-Also, Andy Cohen says Cooper has employed his nanny.

-Quarantine shows are the new black. Justin Bieber has one, and now Selena Gomez has a cooking show.

-I haven’t watched Chris Hemsworth in Extraction but apparently it did well enough on Netflix to warrant an immediate sequel order.

-The MET gala didn’t happen as scheduled this week, but stars are still showing off what they would have worn. Julia Roberts teetered in a gown over a full bathtub, while Katy Perry showed off her belly-bump baring outfit.

Chris Evans tried to groom his dog. It did not go well.

Lilly Singh’s response to her recent controversy is not great, Bob.

-Here’s the first trailer for Netflix’s Space Force, starring Steve Carell and Lisa Kudrow, and created by Greg Daniels. (I just burned through his new Amazon series, Upload, which I really dug.)

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Dazzling Comeback

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended their first public engagement together today since their royal exit announcement and they were glowing. They attended the Endeavour Fund Awards, which honours military personnel and veterans, and were witness to a surprise proposal.

Katy Perry announced her pregnancy via the new music video for her song “Never Worn White,” which ends with her pulling a Beyonce and cradling her belly.

-Little Brown published Ronan Farrow’s Catch and Kill book and today its staff walked out to protest the fact that parent company Hachette is publishing Woody Allen’s book.

-Kids In The Hall are coming back! A revival is set for Amazon with all five stars returning.

-Oof, what is going on with the CW and how they’re parting ways with their leading men? First Stephen Amell talked about feeling disrespected while filming his big death scene in the final season of Arrow, and now Brandon Routh is opening up about his exit from Legends of Tomorrow. “I filmed my last episodes in the Arrowverse and as Ray Palmer, and that was a very traumatic event for me. It was not something I was expecting, it was shocking, it was not well-handled.” He also mentioned that on his final day of filming he didn’t get to act with any of his costars: “I was in the Atom suit, doing greenscreen with the crew. It was kind of a weird last day.”

-Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness showed off his impressive figure skating moves on Insta.

Taylor Swift is donating $1M to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund following damage caused by the recent tornadoes in Tennessee.

This review of the new seasons of Better things points out one of my favourite things about the show: Sam’s ability to instantly make friends with strangers. I think I fell in love with the show in season two when she hopped in a golf cart at a resort, and then it cut to the next scene of her getting out of the golf cart while giving the driver a hug and congratulating him on his new grandchild.

-Now the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker novelization is confirming that Rey‘s father is a failed Palpatine clone. Oh my god just STOP.

-After being in Bellevue Hospital for weeks, Harvey Weinstein is finally going to Rikers.

David Spade got the Just Shoot Me cast back together to shoot a video in which he proposes a reboot.

Elle Fanning says she celebrated her 21st birthday like a normal person — by throwing up repeatedly in an Uber.

-Netflix dropped its Love Is Blind reunion special, and some relationship statuses have changed since the finale.

-After controversies surrounding American Dirt and My Dark Vanessa, Oprah’s book club team decided it would not be moving forward with the novel.

-I don’t think blue light glasses actually work (I tried them and they gave me a headache) but Drew Barrymore’s line of them is very cute.

-The first full trailer for the horror flick Antebellum offers more Janelle Monáe.