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Carly Simon Finally Dishes on Warren Beatty & Claire Danes Is a 'Bottomless Pit' of Vanity

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 18, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 18, 2015 |

It needs a bit of feathered hair, but this Kirsten Dunst outfit is easy to imagine as a great tribute to Peggy’s fully actualized self. (Go Fug Yourself)

Carly Simon has finally confirmed what we all already assumed: that “You’re So Vain” is about Warren Beatty. Well, the second verse is about him, but true to form, Simon says he thinks the whole thing is. (People)

Burt Reynolds has apparently spent the last 40 years regretting his iconic bearskin rug shoot. Not only does he think it cost him an Oscar, but also, it was really cold that day. (Yahoo)

Bella Thorne offered up a blind item about a Hollywood actress who is very rich, and very, very mean. I’m guessing this could apply to a whole bunch of young women, but the speculation seems to be focusing around Kendall Jenner and a Transformers sequel actress you haven’t heard of. You know, news. (DListed)

Ben Carson’s campaign put out a map of the United States and they got a little… creative with the details. (Washington Post)

This is my favorite quote from Claire Danes’ awesome Allure interview about body image: “I’m attractive enough. I can do the work I want to do. I’ve found a wonderful man who wants to make out with me. I’m good.” She also talks about her infamous cry face and her complicated relationship with her own vanity. (Celebitchy)

Gawker is a serious news outlet now, you guys. No, really. Stop laughing. I’m being super serious. (NYT)

You UK Pajibans have been holding out on the rest of us. I had NO IDEA this was what your Amazon Prime commercials looked like. Your daily life is like 60% more adorable than ours.

Here’s a cool sneak peak into the opening of Blade Runner 2, which is a thing that’s finally happening. (/Film)

Today is the 30th anniversary of the very first Calvin and Hobbes strip. (Uproxx)

Coffeeshopreader has been on a fantasy/steampunk kick lately, and highly recommends Phoenix Rising: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel by Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris. Though one of the protagonists is a bit annoying, this Cannonballer is looking forward to more adventures in this series, and gives it four stars. Have you heard of this series? (Cannonball Read 7)

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