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Bette Midler Regrets Not Suing Lindsay Lohan

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 7, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 7, 2024 |


For a brief moment, Bette Midler joined the sitcom world in a not-so-cleverly titled show called Bette. It only lasted a season, and things reportedly went south pretty quickly when a 13-year-old Lindsay Lohan quit after the pilot. Midler now wishes she sued her pants off. Who among us? (Rolling Stone)

Sebastian Stan looked hot at the Met Gala despite being in his scumbag era. (Lainey Gossip)

Marjorie Taylor Greene nails her 95 feces to Mike Johnson’s door. (Wonkette)

Roxana investigates whether Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s diva actor in The Fall Guy is a subtweet of a real action star. (Vulture)

Andrew wrote a new comedy short called Chemistry Test that will make its premiere at Tootsie’s Video Vault in Brooklyn on May 31st. “Mark lands a role in a big reboot and must go through a chemistry test to cast his partner. But when he’s asked for feedback he takes things too far.” (Eventbrite)

Panera has decided now’s a good time to pull its Charged Lemonade. (Daily Beast)

Kim Kardashian got loudly booed during the live showing of Tom Brady’s roast, but you wouldn’t know it afterward because Netflix edited it out. Apparently Tom wasn’t the only one with a fragile ego. (THR)

From Chris: Utah opened an online forum where anyone can log in to file complaints about people who violate the state’s new anti-trans bathroom law, presumably because the prejudiced law was not cruel enough on its own. Trolls went to work flooding it with Bee Movie memes. (Them)

From Kayleigh: On a similar note, David Tennant slams anti-trans bigots: “F**k off and let people be.” (PinkNews)

Tesla cars are still crashing after the Autopilot update, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has definitely noticed. (The Verge)

Michelle Yeoh is starring in a sequel series to Blade Runner 2049. (Deadline)

Narfna swan-dived into 5-star love with Courtney Milan’s The Marquis Who Mustn’t, a historical romance set in an English town populated by members of the Asian diaspora. “It’s also stinkin’ cute, and Kai is a master potter, so we get a lot of really cool historical detail about Japanese pottery that I absolutely ate up, which then caused me to go down a YouTube rabbit hole.” Which books have prompted you to learn more about something? (Cannonball Read 16)