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Britney Spears’ Memoir Is Reportedly Freaking Out Hollywood

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 8, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 8, 2023 |


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Britney Spears’ memoir has reportedly been delayed thanks to at least two “major Hollywood stars” who’ve already sent “strongly worded legal letters” to Simon & Schuster. The celebs reportedly had affairs with Britney that have never been disclosed, and they’d like to keep it that way. Is any of this true? Who knows? Is it damn good marketing? Uh huh. (Jezebel)

Michelle Yeoh was the queen of the weekend at The Asian American Foundation Awards Dinner. (Lainey Gossip)

Don’t be tardy to the divorce, and yes, I absolutely hate that I know enough about these two to make that joke. (Dlisted)

Meghan Markle spent the Coronation weekend hiking. Much better choice. (Celebitchy)

Chris Pratt in his most youth pastor voice: You know who else was called the Worst Chris back in the day? (Uproxx)

Kayleigh wrote about The Congress, a film that proved, over a decade ago, why A.I. filmmaking is a bad idea. Suck it, Russo Brothers. (/Film)

Loki and Luke Skywalker are starring in Mike Flanagan’s next Stephen King adaptation, The Life of Chuck. (Deadline)

From Claude: Dropbox is laying off 500 people and pivoting to AI. Is anyone else getting heavy NFT vibes from all of this? Remember NFTs? Copies of digital copies there were supposed to be worth mil— ah never mind. (The Verge)

Tiger Woods’ ex is accusing him of sexual harassment, and the fact that they met while she was working at his restaurant is probably not going to do him any favors. (TMZ)

From Seth: Ugh. Like son, like father. (The Guardian)

Damn, can Shemar Moore un-cancel other shows, too? (TVLine)

Persnickety chick liked Zen Cho’s Black Water Sister better than most of the book club she read it with. “I liked that the book throws us into Malaysian culture and life without a lot of explanation (in the same way most English language books assume you understand the relevant culture in England/USA/Australia etc).” Do you like to Google while you read?   (Cannonball Read 15)

From Kayleigh: