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Britney Spears Just Scored $15 Mil for a Tell-All Book, Here We Go

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | February 21, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | February 21, 2022 |


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Hot off the heels of the public spat over her sister Jamie Lynn’s memoir, Britney Spears has inked a $15 million deal with Simon & Schuster for a tell-all book of her own. The sh*t is on, folks. (Page Six)

Shonda Rhimes offered Inventing Anna’s Neff Davis involvement in the production, and not just the money to win her life rights. (Lainey Gossip)

If you like country star Sam Hunt, but hate cheaters, maybe don’t click this. (Dlisted)

Aaron Rodgers reportedly got cold feet, if anyone still cares about this break-up anymore. I already forgot it happened. (Celebitchy)

Roxana spoke and doodled with Edi Patterson about giving herself over to Judy Gemstone, her improv background, and the overlaps between comedy and horror. (Vulture)

Ray Fisher calls out Warner Bros.’ Black History Month tweet. (Deadline)

From Claude: The only good NYT reporting: HANK THE TANK. (NY Times)

Back in November, the NYC Anime Con was believed to be an Omicron superspreader event. However, a careful examination of the data has cleared the convention’s name and highlighted what they did right that other events can learn from. (Gizmodo)

Don’t hold your breath for Noah Hawley’s Alien series. (IndieWire)

John Watts already has the MCU Fantastic Four on his plate, and now, Star Wars is hoping to get him to direct a series. (Collider)

Narfna enjoyed listening to Ashley C. Ford narrate her own memoir, Somebody’s Daughter but was frustrated by one of Ford’s authorial choices. "We are just shown everything that happened and left to draw our own conclusions." Have you read a memoir you really enjoyed recently? (Cannonball Read 14)

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