Meghan Markle has stepped out again in Canada as she waits for Prince Harry to join her.
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) January 17, 2020
–Meghan Markle was spotted driving to pick up a pal at the airport in Vancouver. Meanwhile, Lainey appeared on the Today Show to discuss Meghan’s connection to Canada.
–Rihanna has reportedly split from her boyfriend of nearly three years, Hassan Jameel.
–Hank Azaria says he is officially stepping down as the voice of Apu on The Simpsons. He’s only 20 years too late.
–Liam Hemsworth and new girlfriend are in the PDA-on-a-beach stage of their relationship.
-This reads like a warning from Barack and Michelle Obama for Drake to stay away from Sasha, and I love it.
-Next week, Seth Meyers will be airing a Day Drinking segment featuring the Jonas Brothers, the Meyers Brothers and Jack McBrayer. Yes, please!
-Eminem just dropped a secret album and a new video, in which he advocates for gun control by revisiting the Las Vegas shooting of 2017. It’s all very powerful stuff, but elsewhere on the album, he appears to mock the Manchester shootings. In ‘Unaccommodating’ he signs “I’m contemplating yelling ‘bombs away’ on the game/Like I’m outside of an Ariana Grande concert waiting.”
-This clip of Renée Zellweger doing a tap dance challenge is very cute. (She’s better than I would be.)
-Not surprisingly Disney is dropping the Fox name, and is rebranding to 20th Century Studios and Searchlight Pictures.
-Welp. Less than two weeks before the Grammy Awards, the CEO of the Recording Academy has been suspended from her role due to allegations of misconduct.
–Taika Waititi might be in talks to direct a Star Wars movie and suddenly I care again.
-HBO boss Casey Bloys says Damon Lindelof’s breakout drama Watchmen is not likely to continue without him which is good, frankly.
-Hulu presented at the TCAs today, where they defended the early Veronica Mars drop and called the backlash to the season finale “a testament” to the show’s popularity. “The intensity of that reaction was a testament to how much people like the show.” Oh yeah. Hulu loved the fans’ reaction so much, they decided not to renew it.
-Out of all the networks to present at the TCAs in the past two weeks, it feels like Hulu was the one to premiere the best trailers. There’s Little Fires Everywhere starring Reese Witherspoon, Joshua Jackson and Kerry Washington, Normal People (based on 28-year-old Sally Rooney‘s incredibly buzzy book from last year), the Hilary Clinton doc, High Fidelity starring Zoe Kravitz, and The Great starring Nicolas Hoult and Elle Fanning as Catherine the Great.