-It’s the day before the election and celebrities are pulling out the big guns. Taylor Swift posted a video to urge fans to vote, while Beyonce has endorsed Biden/Harris, adding the caption “come thru Texas,” and Michael Keaton posted another video for Pennsylvania.
–Dave Chappelle will host the first episode of Saturday Night Live after the presidential election — just like last time.
-Speaking of SNL, people really didn’t like it when this weekend’s host John Mulaney said in his monologue that “nothing much will change” if Biden beats Trump.
–Johnny Depp lost his UK libel case against the publisher of The Sun over an article which called him a ‘wife beater’ – something the actor denies. The judge ruled the Sun has shown that “what they published in the meaning … was substantially true.”
–Kendall Jenner threw a Halloween-themed birthday party amid the pandemic, and the internet is out for blood.
-Most celebs seemed to keep it lowkey this Halloween — but still showed off their costumes on social.
–Megan Fox took to Instagram to call out ex Brian Austin Green for posting photos that make her seem like she’s “an absent mother.”
–Joshua Jackson spotted a guy walking down the street wearing his Mighty Ducks character’s jersey and was totally cool about it.
–Cardi B has canceled her divorce filing from Offset.
-On the other end of the spectrum, Julianne Hough has filed for divorce from Brooks Laich 6 months after they separated, despite a brief reconciliation.
–Jamie Lynn Spears has withdrawn her petition to become Britney Spears’ trustee.
-We learned this weekend that Prince William secretly battled coronavirus in April, even struggling to breathe—but kept his ordeal a secret because he didn’t wish to alarm the public. Which makes his decision to recently appear in public with his grandmother maskless even more strange.
-It’s November, which means Taylor Swift can legally re-record her old albums now.
-Bless Mariah Carey for always ushering in the holiday season with a fun video.
–Stephen Colbert recited a passage about hope from memory. I love this nerd!
–Ray Fisher once again called out Joss Whedon and Warner Bros, this time about racism.
–John Boyega seems to be at peace with where things landed with Disney following his criticism, which he hopes will make it easier for the other actors. “It was a very honest, a very transparent conversation…They gave me a chance also to explain what my experience was like. I’d hope that me being so open with my career, at this stage, would help the next man, the guy that wants to be the assistant DOP, the guy that wants to be a producer.”
-I don’t have much interest in watching Kate Mara play a woman who seduces a high school student, but the reviews for The Teacher are good.
-My goodness, I want to live inside this Bridgerton trailer. It’s the first major show from Shonda Rhimes for Netflix, and it drops at xmas.