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David Hasselhoff Won't Stop Talking About, Threatening to Show Off His Penis

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

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

First off, give a hearty welcome to the newest addition to the Pajiba family: Jack Hall! Courtney, I expect this baby to be making feminist rage GIFs before he can walk.

Hayley Atwell shows us how to dress at a television festival and guess what, there are no sweatpants involved. (Go Fug Yourself)

Emilia Clarke is rocking some double crutches. WHAT HAPPENED, KHALEESI? (Lainey)

Will someone please tell David Hasselhoff not to threaten to bring his Hoff out during interviews? No one wants that. NO ONE. (Superficial)

A “friend” of Paul Walker stole a whole bunch of Walker’s cars less than 24 hours after his death. Nice friend, that one. (Uproxx)

Courtney Love is NOT happy about a new documentary that paints her as Kurt Cobain’s killer. She would like everyone to cease and desist, please. (Celebitchy)

Look, I’m not suggesting we all need to start taking In Touch magazine seriously all of a sudden, but the work they did on breaking open this Duggar horror show and changing the narrative of that family is really impressive. (BuzzFeed)

Ann Dowd (The Leftovers’ Patti) talks about how that character was developed and delves a little bit into the motivations of the Guilty Remnant. Ugh, I miss that show. #TeamLeftovers. (Film Experience)

I love this list of 50 great film noir fashion moments. Though, despite my undying love for the masterpiece that is Double Indemnity, Barbara Stanwyck’s bangs will never not make me laugh. (Flavorwire)

Oh, look. It’s the stupidest craze on the internet right now. (Jezebel)

AND THE CUTEST! #JurassicZoo! (People)

Speaking of cute, this newly discovered species of octopus is so adorable they named it Adorabilis. For real. New site mascot, anyone? (Geekologie)

The story behind Batman Forever, a movie “no one really wanted,” is surprisingly fascinating. (Though it needs more Batnipples, for sure.) (THR)

About 10 seconds after commenting "Big Brother is watching you" to a friend on Facebook, MsWas found Ardaigle’s review of George Orwell’s 1984 on the front page of and realized she’d never read it. Have you ever read this prescient dystopian novel, or do you only just quote it? (Cannonball Read 7)

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