Seasons Change, Years Come and Go, But Chris Brown Will Always Be the Worst
Happy New Year, my angelbabies!
Emma Stone got strep throat, and her rude-ass throat robbed us of the reunion we so desperately needed. She had to miss the Palm Springs International Film Festival, where Ryan Gosling and Andrew Garfield were seated at the same table SO SHE PROBABLY WOULD HAVE BEEN TOO AND I CAN’T HAVE JUST THIS ONE GODDAMN THING. (Lainey Gossip)
If you spent the holidays chillin’ out, maxin’, relaxin’ all cool and missed the Fug Girls’ annual Worst Looks, GET TO IT. (GFY)
The Lena Dunham-related feelings of Pajiba Nation are rich and varied, but when we have to give it to her, we have to give it to her. (Revelist)
Chris Brown’s still a mess. In an otherwise uncertain world, it’s almost comforting. (Dlisted)
No one seems to be bothering Viggo Mortensen too much about his criticism of Hillary Clinton and support of Jill Stein. Almost like there’s some kind of difference between him and Susan Sarandon or something. Huh. Weird. (Celebitchy)
Beth Ellen got Cannonball Read 9 started with the first review of the year: Lauren Graham reading her own memoir, Talking as Fast as I Can. "Ms. Graham was a delight in her narration, and definitely does not take herself too seriously. You get her energy and enthusiasm for all of her projects, and it’s a joy to listen to." Her one complaint, it was too short. Still it’s almost perfect for lovers of Lauren Graham or Lorelei Gilmore. Are you ready to kick cancer’s butt this year? Register for CBR9! (Cannonball Read 9)
Usually it’s unfair to predict what a deceased person would have said or done given the chance, but in the case of Carrie Fisher, her sister Joely is absolutely right: she would have kept the anti-Trump truth bombs coming for as long as we needed them. (Jezebel)
Lin-Manuel Miranda has a very cool connection to Planned Parenthood. (The Mary Sue)
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