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Britney Spears Is Done With Men After Ditching Latest Rando

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 8, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 8, 2024 |


After breaking up with some guy whose name I’m not even going to bother to learn — but seems sketchy from what little I know about their relationship through being strapped to this devil box all day — Britney Spears has announced that she will “never be with another man as long as I live!!!” Granted, she already deleted the Instagram message making that declaration, but let’s assume she meant it and welcome her to Team Bears where it’s safer. (Jezebel)

Marvel’s video showing the process to create a Lakota-language dub of The Avengers is a huge step for Indigenous language preservation. (Lainey Gossip)

Tobey Maguire has a 20-year-old model girlfriend. How very Leo of him. (Celebitchy)

Project 2025 is bad, but Trump’s Agenda 47 is worse. (Wonkette)

From Seth: I love whenever Huey Lewis gets into breaking down his albums and career, but man did this reference to his well-publicized hearing loss hurt: “In fact, Bob has just remixed it [the album Fore!] with an Atmos mix and it’s supposed to be amazing. I can’t hear it because my hearing is so bad, but my band members tell me it’s great.” (Vulture)

Rashida Jones reveals how poorly NBC treated Parks and Rec. (Daily Beast)

Pajiba alum Kate Hudson got a chance to write about her deepest obsession: The batsh*t soap opera Passions. (The Mary Sue)

From Jen: The new Threads API means bots are now using ChatGPT to respond, and it’s not going well. (Threads)

Michael Moore’s ratf*cking again? Must be a day that ends in “y.” (Mediaite)

Stephen Colbert and The Boys are teaming up to save some pups. (LateNighter)

From Chris: I am a sucker for hilariously mismatched design, and these frothy covers for infamously gruesome novels are hitting the spot. (Instagram)

ElCicco has started her Cannonball Read Book Bingo Reading Challenge by fulfilling the "Fiasco" square with Dreadful by Caitlin Rozakis. “I really enjoyed this story for the way it takes every fairy tale trope — about evil wizards, damsels in distress, servile goblins and simple townsfolk — and turns them on their head.” What are some of your favorite takes on fairy tales? (Cannonball Read 16)

Andrew shared this incredible video over the Fourth of July holiday, and I forgot to include it in yesterday’s column, which is a crime. I dare you not to watch it 800 times like I have: