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Britney Spears Might Reconcile With Her Dad? The Britney Spears?

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 23, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 23, 2023 |


Britney Spears has done a lot of concerning things since her conservatorship ended. While there have been several times when I’ve thought, “Welp, this is it,” that feeling has never been stronger than it is now. Britney could start juggling loaded guns on Instagram, and I’d be less worried than finding out she wants to reconnect with the man who treated her like a goddamn circus bear for the better part of her life. (TMZ)

Zendaya enters her erotic era. (Lainey Gossip)

Justin Bieber’s team is now openly telling PEOPLE that he hasn’t spoken to Scooter Braun in nearly a year. Here we go. (Celebitchy)

Joe Biden keeps fixing these crazy stupid student loans. (Wonkette)

From Petr: Another less than optimistic forecast for generative AI, from the co-founder of machine learning company Geometric Intelligence. (Gary Marcus)

Netflix let Zack Snyder make exactly the movie he wanted to make with Rebel Moon, yet somehow, he still needs a director’s cut? Make it make sense. (Uproxx)

Everyone who made Sound of Freedom would really like to take another pass at their gullible audience full of marks by rapidly farting out a sequel. However, there’s apparently a huge mess over who owns the rights. In the words of a young Nelson Muntz: Ha. Ha. (Variety)

I’m no child expert, but I’m pretty sure you’re not supposed to crowdsurf your baby to Flo Rida in the middle of a concert. Don’t quote me on that. (Rolling Stone)

Agent Carter did spycraft better than Secret Invasion ever could. (Gizmodo)

Craig Mazin is open to The Last of Us spinoffs if they’re done right. (The Wrap)

My condolences to Roxana who is Pajiba’s Top Blackhat Appreciator. (IndieWire)

Though jomidi is not fond of reading graphic novels, she picked up Robin Ha’s autobiographical Almost American Girl when she heard it had been pulled from the summer reading list in her school district. “This is a wonderful coming of age story that explores racism in our country.” Have you read a book because it was banned? (Cannonball Read 15)

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