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Courtney Stodden Is Brian Austin Green's Rebound? Did Not See That Coming

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 15, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 15, 2020 |


How Jessica Mulroney used white privilege and white fragility against Sasha Exeter. (Lainey Gossip)

Brian Austin Green had a lunch date with Courtney Stodden? OK. I’ll just be over here not crying about my old blog. Don’t mind me. (Dlisted)

True story. My local paper ran a story on conservative parents freaking out about SpongeBob’s sexuality. Or lack thereof, technically. (Celebitchy)

Two black men have been found hanged in California, and only just now are the police starting to acknowledge that the first one probably wasn’t a suicide. (The Root)

Roxana went on the Intermission podcast to discuss Killing Them Softly, how the film’s diatribe against America as a business feels particularly prescient, and the ways in which we value or discredit individual labor — especially when it’s performed by criminals. (The Film Stage)

I didn’t ever think there could be a thoughtful apology from a celebrity who used blackface, but holy shit, did Howard Stern somehow pull it off and cram it directly in Donald Trump Jr.’s chinless face. (Deadline)

West Virginians are campaigning to replace Confederate statues with Mothman, who they also might want to bang. It’s a rich stew. (MEL Magazine)

An ABC News exec reportedly called Sunny Hostin “low rent,” and what a surprising development from the brain trust that loves seeing Meghan McCain perched at The View table like a gargoyle made of Federalist articles and cream cheese. (The Daily Beast)

Spike Lee learned a valuable lesson about never defending Woody Allen. (AV Club)

Why won’t Warner Bros. move Tenet’s release date from July? For the reason everyone suspected: Christopher Nolan. (Collider)

“Woke Grandpa” defies his Miami Beach condo board by putting up Black Lives Matter signs. (Miami New Times)

Two Girls Down by Louisa Luna has a familiar plot: a hardbitten PI and a disgraced ex-cop team up. Even so, Ellesfena enjoyed it, largely because of the characters and, "while it certainly follows a formula, it’s still a good story within that formula." Do you have a favorite unlikely pairing mystery? (Cannonball Read 12)

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