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Is Pete Davidson Dating Bridgerton’s Phoebe Dynevor?

Pete Davidson strikes again! According to DeuxMoi and the Daily Mail, he’s reportedly cozying up to¬†Bridgerton lead actress¬†Phoebe Dynevor.

-Meanwhile, a woman who claimed she was married to Davidson was arrested and charged with multiple crimes, including stalking and trespassing.

Angelina Jolie and her kids are reportedly ready to testify and offer “proof and authority in support” of her spousal abuse allegations against Brad Pitt — but weirdly the major outlets aren’t touching it.

-A day after she was featured in a segment about anti-Asian violence on John Oliver‘s show, Meghan McCain did not appear on The View. She did, however, tweet an apology “for any past comments that aided that agenda.”

-In the New York Times, Whoopi Goldberg was asked about her thoughts on marriage, and said: “I don’t want somebody in my house.” Makes perfect sense.

-The Talk team was informed Friday night the hiatus will extend throughout this week as the investigation into Sharon Osbourne continues.

Kylie Jenner, who boasts about being a billionaire despite what Forbes says, asked fans to help pay for her former makeup artist’s $60k life-saving surgery and it did NOT go well. She has since posted about it to “clear up the false narrative,” saying that she donated $5k even though he hasn’t worked for her in a few years. Yeah, that doesn’t make it sound better.

-Silicon Valley’s¬†Thomas Middleditch is being accused of sexual misconduct, stemming from a Los Angeles Times report about the co-founders of a now-closed goth club in Hollywood.

Emerald Fennell has officially made it (by 2021 standards, at least). The Promising Young Woman director has just been tapped by DC to write the Zatanna superhero movie.

-The CW series Batwoman¬†recast Ruby Rose’s role in last night’s episode.

-I can’t imagine ever bringing myself to watch Zack Synder’s Justice League, but everyone seems to have lots of feelings about the hot dog scene.

-Also, is Ezra Miller just like, forgiven?

-A venture capital firm has decided to “sever all ties” with Dispo, a photo-sharing app co-created by YouTuber David Dobrik, following a woman’s allegations that a member of his Vlog Squad sexually assaulted her.

Orlando Bloom is getting dragged for his day-in-the-life interview.

-I really liked this feature on character actors — and longtime couple —¬†Bill Camp and Elizabeth Marvel (who you would definitely recognize if you saw their faces)¬†about the career renaissance for¬†utility players in Hollywood.¬†“We‚Äôre really fucking lucky. We got older as streaming platforms hit, and what they churn out is content. They need people to carry the water, and we are water carriers. No muss, no fuss.”

-The Ellen DeGeneres Show has lost 1 million viewers since rumours surfaced about its toxic workplace.

-Disney+ claims The Falcon and The Winter Soldier premiere was its most watched ever¬†and I guess we’re just supposed to take their word for it because that’s how streamers work.

-The trailer for Chuck Lorre‘s new CBS sitcom debuted this weekend, and the reaction was swift and negative. Oh, and the concept might have been stolen!

-The Academy Awards are hoping to have a Zoom-free ceremony. “We are going to great lengths to provide a safe and enjoyable evening for all of you in person, as well as for all the millions of film fans around the world, and we feel the virtual thing will diminish those efforts.”

-Here’s the first trailer for Disney+’s Mighty Ducks sequel series, starring Emilio Estevez and Lauren Graham.

Harry Styles Fed the Fish

-God, could you imagine being a Harry Styles fan and finding out that while you out, your dad let him in and he wandered around your house leaving you cute notes? This sounds like the start of a rom-com.

-Speaking of rom-coms, someone made a rom-com trailer for The Haunting of Bly Manor and I want to watch that version of the show.

Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost got married over the weekend, and they broke the news via Meals on Wheels’ Instagram with a plea to donate. Which I kind of love?

-Gem of a human Paul Rudd handed out cookies to people in the rain waiting in line to vote in Brooklyn.

-Halloween may be cancelled for many of us, but not for the famous ones. George Clooney and Rande Gerber have tricked out a Casamigos truck and will drop off booze to their pals.

-Well, well, well. A couple of days ago when Stephen Amell talked about getting covid despite how “safe” he’s been, I mentioned that I’ve noticed some non-safe looking activity on his and his friends’ social media. And now a source is telling Page Six that he hosted a birthday party for his wife in Palm Springs (which he presumably flew to from shooting Heels in Atlanta). One of his BFFs also announced she has it, as did his wife, who did an IG Live yesterday but claims she has no idea where she got it.

Karlie Kloss and husband Joshua Kushner are expecting their first child.

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom sang a song about voting and it was cute. Very out of tune, but cute.

Nicole Kidman continues to sign onto TV shows and I love this for her. She’s star and produce Amazon’s¬†Things I Know to Be True.

-Here’s the full trailer for the new season of The Crown, which sees¬†Olivia Colman‘s Queen clash with Gillian Anderson‘s Margaret Thatcher.

-Game of Thrones’¬†Maisie Williams leaves her sheltered life with her mom to hunt down her father’s killer in the Two Weeks To Live trailer.

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky Get Flirty For Fenty

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky sat down to interview each other and talked skincare, beauty icons, favourite TV shows, and classic cartoons. They’ve got an adorable rapport. I love when she makes fun of his first red carpet appearance: “You coulda used some Fenty Skin back then.”

-Congrats to Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom, just welcomed a baby girl to the world, their first child together: Daisy Dove Bloom. (Ok, I gotta give it to them. Daisy Bloom is an adorable name.)

-Also, I very much like that they announced the news on UNICEF’s Instagram account with a statement about the need for pre- and post-natal healthcare for women around the world.

Jessica Mulroney would like to remind you all that Meghan Markle is her BFF, ok?

-This interview with Tiffany Haddish and John Mulaney is a delight, especially the bit with Haddish talking about wearing a prosthetic penis for confidence.

This is a good look at how¬†Trevor Noah‘s The Daily Show has gone from being jokes about the news to, more and more, the news with some jokes amid the pandemic — and it’s clearly working. His viewership numbers are astounding, and his videos have racked up millions of views on YouTube, including an extended interview he released in March that went viral.

-It’s worth watching Stephen Colbert’s segment last night, in which he talked about how NBA players are showing more leadership than the RNC convention. “Why should we pay attention to what they’re saying if none of what they’re saying tonight is about what’s happening in America right now? Why should we watch their reality show if it doesn’t reflect our reality?”

-In an new Zoom chat, Issa Rae and Yvonne Orji talked the most emotional scenes to shoot for Insecure season four. God, I hope they both clean up at the Emmys.

-Speaking of Emmy campaign appearances, watching Succession stars Sarah Snook and Matthew Macfadyen get giggly over Shiv and Tom is a delight.

-Grey’s Anatomy alum Sara Ramirez has announced that they are non-binary. They quietly changed their pronouns on social media a while back, and today they posted about their gender directly: “In me is the capacity to be Girlish boy, Boyish girl, Boyish boy, Girlish girl, All, Neither.”

-This is a great piece explaining OnlyFans, the spotlight on its new celebrity users, and how platforms defined and popularized by sex workers are often the first ones to deny them their place at the table.

Jaden Smith and Cara Delevingne‘s upcoming romantic drama Life In a Year is facing an uncertain future now that two of its supporting actors (Cuba Gooding Jr. and Chris D’Elia) are facing sexual misconduct claims.

-Not today, Terry Crews!

-Bravo is moving forward with its reality TV production, even Top Chef. All the contestants and judges will have to be tested and quarantined before production begins, the set will be socially distanced, and the judges won’t share food anymore.

-People are on baby bump watch for Jennifer Lawrence because of these pics.

-Weirdly, there’s lots of talk that TIFF is denying critics press accreditation this year — which makes no sense because pretty much everything is digital so it’s not like there’s capacity concerns. Hopefully this is a sign that they’re reversing their rejections.

-The Ringer posted a history of movie costars who hated each other and it’s exactly the type of content I needed today.

Anya Taylor-Joy and Marielle Heller star in the trailer for The Queen’s Gambit, Netflix’s limited series adaptation of Walter Tevis‘ novel.