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Anne Heche Says Fox Canceled Her Film Contract Because of Relationship With Ellen DeGeneres

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 6, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 6, 2020 |


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Anne Heche opens up about how Fox canceled her multi-million dollar contract because she showed up to the premiere of Volcano with Ellen DeGeneres. (AV Club)

RIP guitar legend Eddie Van Halen. (Rolling Stone)

Rihanna apologizes to the Muslim community after using an offensive Coucou Chloe song during her fashion show. (Lainey Gossip)

There are new Melania tapes, and this time, the First Lady calls Stormy Daniels “the porn hooker” after learning that she was being shot for Vogue. (Dlisted)

Lana del Rey went to a book signing wearing a mesh mask, and once you see the thing, you gotta wonder why she even bothered at all. (Celebitchy)

The new Esquire profile on Chadwick Boseman secretly living with colon cancer will punch you right in the feels. Hug your kids. (Esquire)

Some neckbeard New Hampshire professor was pretending to be a WOC and harassing feminists online, but we’re supposed to feel bad that he’s embarrassed and might lose his job now that he’s been caught. NOPE. (The Root)

George R.R. Martin was not a fan of Daenerys and Khal Drogo’s wedding night being turned into a rape scene by the Game of Thrones showrunners. (IndieWire)

From Roxana: Over at Vulture, contributor Clint Worthington did a deep dive into the sadly canceled Drunk History and its 25 funniest segments. Thankfully, Colin Hanks as Mr. Rogers DOES make an appearance! (Vulture)

From Genevieve: You think security flaws locking you out of your bank account are bad, here’s one that could lock you out of your own genitals. (TechCrunch)

For the "Friendship" square on the Book Bingo Reading Challenge, Ellesfena chose the funny and beautifully illustrated The Assassination of Brangwain Spurge by M.T. Anderson and Eugene Yelchin. "With not much more in common than a love of history and a mutual desire to avoid being murdered, their relationship evolves from cold courtesy to outright disdain to cooperation, to finally, mutual respect and care." (If you are playing Bingo, look at the October Check-in post!) What’s your favorite enemies-to-friends book? (Cannonball Read 12)




Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.



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