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Emma Stone Is Excited As You Are for BTS

-Perpetual fangirl Emma Stone says she “involuntarily screamed” while watching BTS do their sound check for this weekend’s SNL.

Justin Bieber returned to Instagram today to update fans on his struggles, posting “Getting better everyday..bouncing back..I will never stop fighting.”

-Speaking of opening up about mental health on Instagram, Ariana Grande talked about her PTSD and documented her brain scans. She followed up with “Didn’t mean to startle anyone with my brain thingy. it just blew me away.”

-In response to Johnny Depp‘s $50M lawsuit, Amber Heard filed a court motion to dismiss the lawsuit, in which she cites several instances when the actress says he hit her, shoved her, threw cans and glass bottles at her or ripped out her hair.

Maisie Williams calling out Liam Payne on Twitter is life.

-Looks like Ben Affeck and Lindsay Shookus‘ reconciliation didn’t take.

-Now poor Emma Bunton has been dragged into the Scary Spice/Ginger Spice drama.

Donald Glover is not only dropping his movie with Rihanna this weekend, he’ll also be randomly AirDropping free pairs of his Adidas shoes at Coachella.

-Speaking of Coachella, people are convinced that N-SYNC is going to join Ariana Grande during her headlining set.

-Here’s our first look at Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska in Elizabeth BanksCharlie’s Angels update.

-Disney announced details of its new streaming service Disney+ yesterday, and judging but online reaction they hit it out of the park. While Apple’s presentation failed because they held everything back, Disney won but doing the opposite. It’s way cheaper than everyone expected it to me ($6.99/month or $70/year), it will allow you to download content to watch online, and it’s coming with a slew of shows out of the gate, including a live-action Lady and the Tramp, starring Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux, and Jon Favreau‘s The Mandalorian Star Wars series. Shows to be added later include MCU spinoffs The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (starring Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan), WandaVision (starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany) and the yet-unnamed show about Hawkeye and Kate Bishop, starring Jeremy Renner.

-I didn’t think I’d want a Perry Mason remake but one that stars Tatiana Maslany AND Matthew Rhys?? Well, shit.

-Gearing up for Game of Thrones? Here’s where we left off.

-I can’t believe I made plans on the night that Noah Centineo’s new romcom is on Netflix. What’s wrong with me?!?

-In today’s Star Wars event, they announced the title for Episode IX (it’s The Rise of Skywalker) and dropped the first teaser trailer.

-The Veronica Mars revival will bless our small screens in July.

The Spice Girls Announce Reunion Tour

-5 become 4: The Spice Girls (minus Victoria Beckham) announced today they are reuniting for a UK tour. Beckham wished her former bandmates well on Instagram— while making it clear she wouldn’t be joining them.

Camila Cabello and Ariana Grande bonded over their ponytail pain. I seriously don’t know how Grande wears one all the time without carrying around an Advil IV bag…

-This clip of Julia Roberts telling Gwyneth Paltrow to “shut your f*cking face” makes me kind of want to listen to their GOOP podcast now. I’ll just have to settle for her telling Busy Phillips to “shut the f*ck up, sit the f*ck down, dry your tears!”

-I gave up on The Walking Dead a long time ago but people are PISSED about its latest fake-out. Why kill off a white dude when you can give him a 3-movie deal instead?! (That’s exactly how they treated the female lead of Fear The Walking Dead except, you know, not at all.)

-Meanwhile, Andrew Lincoln is still bitter about the way the show treated Steven Yeun.

Rihanna wasn’t happy to learn that Trump was using her song at his rallies.

-This is good news: Demi Lovato was spotted in LA post-rehab looking happy and healthy.

-Yikes. CBS just fired the showrunner on Nina Dobrev‘s new sitcom for using “inappropriate language in the workplace.”

Kenan Thompson wasn’t happy with Pete Davidson’s joke about Dan Crenshaw during this weekend’s SNL.

-Meanwhile, I’m not sure about Davidson’s speech about Ariana Grande at the end of his Weekend Update segment. I’ll probably appreciate it more once I’m convinced he’ll stop making jokes about their relationship.

-Man, Rebel Wilson is mis-handling this thing in every way possible. Instead of just eating some humble pie and saying she misspoke, she is blocking black critics of her comments.

-No cast on TV is currently having as much fun as Legends of Tomorrow’s and you’ll never convince me otherwise.

-I don’t know why I’m surprised that Lindsay Lohan showed up at the EMAs last night, but I am.

-I liked what Jon Stewart had to say about making a change when he realized he didn’t have any women on The Daily Show’s writing staff: “There was an article about us [that] said it was a sexist environment, we didn’t have women writers. And I got very offended by that. I was very mad. I was like, ‘Are you saying I’m not a feminist?’ I was raised by a single mother…And I went back to the writers room, and I was like, “You believe this, Steve? What do you think, Greg? Dave? Tom? Mike?” And then I was like, Oooohhh. And it was right…We had put in a system of getting writers where there were no names on it. We thought that’s color-blind, gender-blind, et cetera. But what you don’t realize is the system itself — the tributaries that feed us those submissions — is polluted itself.”

-Broad City creator Abbi Jacobson talked about the time she had to explain to a guest actor why his “compliment” to Ilana Glazer about her body was not OK.

-I don’t get why everyone freaked out about this Britney Spears IG post and she deleted it? It looks just like a million other posts on my feed about people messing with Snap filters.

-Is there anything the world needs less than a movie from The Chainsmokers?

-You’re The Worst just got a premiere date and trailer. Yay! I kind of forgot this show exists but I’m totally here for its final season.

Cardi B Defends Strippers, Fiance

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-I love a good Cardi B interview, and her latest is shaping up to be a gem! In the preview quotes from her new Cosmo cover, she sticks up for strippers (“Just because somebody was a stripper don’t mean they don’t have no brain”) and explains why she’s sticking with fiance Offset amid cheating rumours (“I don’t have low self-esteem…I know I look good. I know I’m rich, I know I’m talented. I know I could get any man I want —any basketball player, football player. But I want to work out my shit with my man, and I don’t got to explain why. I’m not your property”).

-Speaking of cover stories, lots of people have pointed out that Variety’s new Jennifer Lawrence cover looks a lot like THR’s cover shot of her from a couple of months ago.

-A lot of people have also pointed out that her Variety interview is pretty bland, including Buzzfeed writer Anne Helen Peterson — who Armie Hammer immediately mocked via Twitter.  His post-Oscar nominations attitude (which has included a tracksuit obsession), coupled with his dedication to going after a female entertainment journalist who dared write a non-super-flattering article about him is doing nothing to get me on his side. If anything, it’s proving the article’s point!

-Meanwhile, I like Peterson’s response when asked about Hammer’s new tweet to her.

-The Variety story may have been a let down, but Jennifer Lawrence‘s off-the-cut, freewheeling appearance on Stephen Colbert’s show was a delight.  She drank rum, called Harvey Weinstein an “ass boil,” and revealed that she spent most of Amy Schumer’s wedding trying to flirt with Larry David.

-Of course Amy Schumer‘s wedding vows included blow-job jokes.

Uma Thurman does not regret speaking out about Weinstein. “You’ve gotta be a citizen, and you can’t leave people alone holding the bag of truth by themselves. There’s no one I wish to get due process more than him.”

Ryan Seacrest denies his former stylist’s sexual assault allegations, calling her claims “debunked“.  It’s going to be incredibly interesting to see if anyone calls him out on the carpet.

-Westworld’s Evan Rachel Wood and The Last Jedi’s Kelly Marie Tran, play a darker, #MeToo version of the classic character guessing game Guess Who?

-Well, at least Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon still seem to get along.

Mel B hinted that the Spice Girls reunion might happen at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.

-It’s really, really weird that the social media embargo for A Wrinkle In Time lifted last night — and no one is really saying anything. There are a few mixed reactions, but it seems like most outlets were told to not say anything until next week? Not a great sign, especially because Disney put a full review embargo on it until 1 day and 7 hours before it opens. I’m still gonna see it, regardless.

-Wait, Baby Groot is actually Groot’s son and the original Groot is dead? I’m shook.

-Not gonna lie; Michael B. Jordan talking about Wallace’s death scene on The Wire made me tear up a little.

-Of course Barbra Streisand had her beloved dog cloned.

-Weird — the promos of Kelly Clarkson on The Voice make me want to watch the show. And I am not someone who’s inclined to do that.

Taylor Kitsch may be giving Will Smith a run for his money as the most charming actor on Instagram.

-Holy crap. Netflix spends more on content than anyone else on the internet — and many TV networks, too. It’s eyeing 700(!) original series and movies in 2018.

Gina Rodriguez has signed on to star in and produce a romantic comedy that the creator of MTV’s Sweet/Vicious is directing for Netflix.

-I like that Yvette Nicole Brown keeps getting work. Now that The Mayor is cancelled, she’s been tapped to star in Most Likely To, written by Diablo Cody and produced by Greg Berlanti.

-During a recent visit to Joel McHale‘s new Netflix show, Kristen Bell got disgustingly candid about how she and her daughter came down with anal worms. Why?!?

Adam Sandler and Chris Rock oversee a chaotic wedding in The Week Of trailer.