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Beyonce Knows What OnlyFans Is

Beyoncé appears on a charity remix of Megan Thee Stallion‘s hit “Savage” and Twitter is losing its mind about her OnlyFans name drop. In the remix, Bey raps: “Hips TikTok when I dance / On that demon time she might start an OnlyFans / Big B and that B stands for bands / If you wanna see some real ass baby here’s your chance”

-Celebrity gossip has been slowwwwww in these times of quarantine, so bless Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik for getting knocked up.

-Meanwhile, Gigi’s ex Tyler Cameron wants the internet to stop saying he’s the father of her baby.

Joe Jonas says Sophie Turner only agreed to date him on the condition he watch all the Harry Potter movies. Seems reasonable.

Irrfan Khan has died at 53 following a battle with cancer. You might not know his name, but you’d definitely recognize him. He’s best known for his roles in Slumdog Millionaire, Life of Pi, Jurassic World, and season 3 of In Treatment.

-On a podcast, Katie Couric talked about being uncomfortable when interviewing Denzel Washington in 2004, saying she left “feeling really kind of shaken that he had kind of gone after me in a way that was completely, weirdly uncalled for.” I mean, reading the exchange, it doesn’t sound so bad? He challenged her and then didn’t let her off the hook when she, a white woman, those people‘d him.

-Despite the entire state of California being under stay-at-home orders, Kendall Jenner and Phoenix Suns basketball player Devin Booker decided to go on a road trip.

-The Federal Aviation Administration is looking into a runway incident involving Harrison Ford that occurred at LA’s Hawthorne Airport on April 24. Again celebrities, California’s stay-at-home orders apply to you too.

-The Half Of It, a YA take on Cyrano de Bergerac that debuts on Netflix Friday, is getting really great reviews.

Alice Wu‘s, the writer-director of The Half Of It, talked to the NYT about the ingenious method she used to overcome writers’ block when completing the screenplay: she wrote a check for $1,000 to the National Rifle Association, a cause she is against. “I gave it to one of my best friends, TJ, who’s a butch firefighter. I gave myself five weeks, and told her, ‘if this first draft is not written, you are sending that check in.’ ”

-Normal People drops on Hulu today. The Ringer says “it’s Twilight for people who are too cynical to get swept away by the bland naiveté of stories like Twilight.”

-Speaking of new TV shows, the embargo lifted today on Ryan Murphy‘s Hollywood and oof, the reviews are baaaaaad. Variety calls it “the first outright dud of his post-Glee career,” The Hollywood Reporter says it’s “frustratingly naive,” and BBC calls it “a disaster.”

-TV super producer Greg Berlanti is donating $1 million to covid Hollywood relief efforts, including $600k to workers on his shows.

Kanye West is desperate to be recognized as a billionaire.

Mike Schur opened up about tomorrow night’s Parks & Rec special that doubles as a fundraiser for Feeding America. “The most important theme of the show is: Leslie Knope believes in friendship. She was loyal and friendly and put all her eggs in the power of friendship. It’s about her connecting with people and holding that group of characters together at a time when they’re unable to leave their homes.”

-At least Keith Urban knows he married up.

-The Academy has released new rules: streaming films are eligible for the Oscars, but only for this year. (Last year’s streaming nominees like Marriage Story and The Irishmen had very limited theatrical releases in order to be eligible). They’ve also merged the best sound editing and best sound mixing categories into one.

-Hollywood’s movie system is imploding before our eyes. The new Trolls movie managed to gross $100 million in three weeks as a 48-hour, $20 on-demand rental, and Universal CEO said its success means as soon as theatres reopen they will release films in both formats. That led to AMC saying they will no longer show Universal movies in their theatres. A pissing match between movie studios and theatre owners is the opposite of what that industry needs right now.

Tom Felton stars as a man who must take a road trip with his estranged sister to fulfill his dead mother’s wishes in the Braking For Whales trailer.

Lizzo Gets Charitable

 

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Lizzo covers Marie Claire Brasil, and also just selected several hospitals across the US to send hundreds of meals to healthcare workers.

Emma Watson talked to Sex and World Peace author Valerie Hudson in Teen Vogue, and the actress says she’s become fascinated by kink culture “because they are the best communicators ever. They know all about consent. They smash that stuff because they really have to get it — but we could all use those models; they’re actually really helpful models.”

-A photographer released a peek at a recent photo shoot he did with Jake Gyllenhaal. Bless him.

Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick defended Billie Eilish during an appearance on Radio 1, when a caller said he didn’t understand her hype.

-Us Weekly claims that Ana de Armas is keeping her distance from Ben Affleck’s kids for now, as requested by Jennifer Garner.

Judi Dench‘s grandson made some cute TikTok videos with her, in which he tries to tell her jokes and she keeps guessing the punchlines.

Angelina Jolie is helping children learn more about the coronavirus crisis in a new BBC My World special.

-Schitt’s Creek star Emily Hampshire has launched a YouTube show featuring interviews with actors about how they’re coping with the crisis. The first episode featured Queer Eye’s Bobby Berk, actress Sophia Bush, Olympic medalist Adam Rippon and her Schitt’s co-star Annie Murphy.

Tom Holland joined Justin Bieber‘s IG Live last night to talk about reality shows and how they’re self-isolating.

-Meanwhile, Sophie Turner says she’s handling social distancing well. “I’m an introvert, I’m a homebody. If I could stay at home all day I would, so this is great for me. I leave my house like once a day anyway to walk my dogs and then that’s it.

-The coronavirus is messing up the TV world in ways no one saw coming. Empire didn’t finish its final two episodes before production shut down, so it’s not getting a proper series finale. Meanwhile, the nearly 20 shows that shoot in Vancouver may need to start their next seasons late because production likely won’t be back in late June/early July like it usually is.

-The fact that Comic-Con organizers still seem to think it’s going to happen in July is wildly optimistic.

Zach Braff and Donald Faison are doing a Scrubs podcast.

-I’m glad that Phoebe Waller-Bridge‘s new HBO show Run, starring Merritt Wever and Domhnall Gleeson, seems to be getting good reviews.

Love Wedding Repeat is exactly the kind of fluffy content I need from Netflix right now!

 

Prince Harry and Meaghan Markle Have Left Canada

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-The Sun claims Prince Harry and Meaghan Markle left Canada hours before the border closed and have set up a permanent home in Los Angeles. People is also reporting that they’re self-isolating in LA. I can’t believe they’d voluntarily leave Canadian healthcare right now!

-Meanwhile, William and Kate‘s kids remain adorable.

-People are convinced Princess Eugenie is pregnant — because she made a post for UK Mother’s Day. We all have too much time on our hands, y’all.

Courteney Cox called into Jimmy Kimmel‘s at-home show last night and proved that she’s very bad at Friends trivia.

-Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard has written a new song called “Life in Quarantine” and it’s appropriately gloomy.

-Lost’s Evangeline Lilly has apologized for her covid-19 post and says she’s now socially distancing.

Demi Lovato is quarantining with her new boyfriend, soap actor Max Ehrich.

Jodie Whitaker donned her Doctor Who gear to send a message of hope to fans.

Lori Loughlin‘s lawyer has filed a motion to dismiss all charges against her.

-I didn’t keep up with Star Trek: Picard but man, people are upset by last night’s finale.

-A new book about The Office claims that Steve Carell didn’t actually want to leave the show when he did.

-Quibi dropped a bunch of new trailers, including our first look at Chrissy Teigen’s court show.

Sophie Turner plays a woman flying home from rehab when her plane crashes in the Survive trailer, her new show on Quibi.