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Brian Austin Green Claims He Didn't Know Courtney Stodden Was 'Famous' and That They Only Had Lunch, You Pervs

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 4, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 4, 2020 |


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Are the Ghislaine Maxwell documents causing all sorts of problems for Prince Andrew as they goddamn should? YUP. (Lainey Gossip)

Brian Austin Green claims Courtney Stodden used him to promote her single and that he had no idea that she was even “famous.” (Dlisted)

Kim Kardashian is no longer considering divorce if anyone even remembers there was something going on with Kanye the other day slash 500 years ago. (Celebitchy)

‘We have been the table shakers’: Rep. Ayanna Pressley uplifts Black women and honors the late Rep. John Lewis in conversation at The Root Institute. (The Root)

Lily Wachowski opens up about the trans allegory that’s always been inside The Matrix for the Netflix Film Club. (YouTube)

From Petr: “Great piece on the Black British — and even more so Black Londoner — specificity of I May Destroy You, one of the best shows in years.” (Vulture)

Harry Shearer has some unfortunate thoughts on The Simpsons stopping its way-too-long running practice of letting white characters voice POC. (Deadline)

Amy Adams and Adam McKay are reuniting for Kings Of America, a Netflix limited series on the evils of Walmart. (AV Club)

From Roxana, who now has half the Slack convinced that Little Shop of Horrors is about to break out: “So, those mystery seeds people are getting in the mail? Well, someone planted them.” (The Cut)

Full disclosure: I didn’t even listen to these videos of medieval Star Wars themes, but I want every single one of those sweet cover images tattooed on my body NOW. (io9)

Cannonballer and children’s bookseller, BlackRaven, was given an opportunity to review Jeff Roland’s Maury the Miserable Vampire. Maury must venture beyond his castle walls when his only friend goes missing. "I think kids would really get a kick out of the crazy stuff Maury finds themselves in." Are you looking for a monster adventure for young readers? (Cannonball Read 12)




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



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