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It's Been a Bloodbath for Celebrity Break-Ups This Weekend

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 21, 2019 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 21, 2019 |


It was the love-is-dead weekend of celebrity break-ups. Anna Camp and Skylar Astin split after two years of marriage; Michelle Williams and her husband Phil Elverum are over after less than a year; and Adele and her husband Simon Konecki have also separated. (AP)

Microblading, when done well, can make a world of difference for someone and make their face feel made-up without even applying any makeup. Microblading, when it’s not done well, can be disfiguring. - (Allure)

Bella Ramsey (Lyanna Mormont on Game of Thrones) feels like Brienne is a kindred spirit to Lyanna. And now more than anything I want a spinoff of Lyanna, Brienne, and Arya. Oh, and Pod! - (Celebitchy)

I don’t know if Tyrion and Cersei will ever work out their differences in Game of Thrones, but Elmo wants to help them try. - (VF)

Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II celebrated both Easter and her 93rd birthday today. And she looked lovely and festive. - (GFY)

I bet no one ever tells Queen Elizabeth to “calm down” or that she’s “too much.” Fuck that noise! - (Scary Mommy)

OK, but these people who created specific menu items for strangers to bring them after their baby was born? They might be a little much. - (Ruin My Week)

But, I mean, if you’re going to ask for specific menu items, ask if they have agave instead of honey in the Land of Milk and Honey. - (McSweeney’s)

From Kayleigh: “And nothing for Pratt bye.”

Ohmygod, go the fuck away, Roman Polanski! Jesus. - (Dlisted)

As a fan of Parks and Recreation and a transplanted Hoosier, this comparison of Mayor Pete to Ben Wyatt made me nod my head with recognition. - (NYMag)

Would All in the Family or The Jeffersons work today? Norman Lear thinks so and wants to prove it with a live ABC primetime special. - (The Root)

Hannah: “The new season of Bake-Off is really leaning into the innuendo, huh?”
Kayleigh: “Something something soggy bottom.”

Have you watched the latest trailer for Neil Gaiman’s Good Omens TV series? Is the lullaby that Crowley (David Tennant) sings in the book, or is it new to the adaptation? On May 17 & 18 (in 3 ½ weeks!) #CannonBookClub will discuss Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s book. A month later, June 14 & 15, they will discuss the adaptation. You don’t have to be a registered Cannonballer to join the discussion. Planning to join in the fun? (Cannonball Read 11)

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