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Elton John Gets Dragged for His 'Lovely' Friendship With Rush Limbaugh

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | February 21, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | February 21, 2021 |


Elton John has been getting dragged for his friendship with Rush Limbaugh as everyone remembers the time he got paid a “dump a truck full of cash” to perform at Limbaugh’s wedding. (Queerty)

Rachel McAdams joins Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret, which is a pretty big deal if you know anything about Judy Blume’s history of not wanting her books adapted into films. (Lainey Gossip)

Welp. Ghislaine Maxwell claims Jeffrey Epstein had secret tapes of Donald Trump and Bill Clinton. Here we go… (Dlisted)

Imagine being so up your own ass about the precious sanctity of comedy that you actually think content warnings are making people decide to become gaping, absolute Nazis. Jesus Christ, Seth…

Mandy Moore put a publication on blast after it shut down an interview because she wouldn’t talk about her abusive ex, which is her right not to do. (Celebitchy)

While it’s great this woman got taken care of in the end, we need a better support system for working families, which is why I’m glad the Biden Administration is more focused on child care initiatives than canceling student loans. Yup, I said it. (The Root)

One of the Oath Keepers involved in the Capitol attack claims she was providing VIP security during the rally and coordinated with the Secret Service. Not good! (CNN)

The more I keep reading about Chloe Zhao’s unorthodox approach to Eternals, the more I’m intrigued by a movie that, honestly, was not on the top of my list. (The Playlist)

To the surprise of no one, Facebook reportedly went out of its way to help right-wing content providers like Alex Jones duck its content moderation systems. (BuzzFeed)

James Franco’s sexual misconduct lawsuit has reached a settlement, so get ready for his “comeback.” (THR)

AndtheIToldYouSos got an advance reader copy of author and illustrator Forsyth Harmon’s Justine, a coming of age story set in 1999. "Hands, cassette tapes, handfuls of potato chips, and crumpled roaches adorn the pages in the same way that the girls decorate themselves with black eyeliner, dark nail polish, and overplucked pencil-thin eyebrows." How did you adorn yourself as a teen? (Cannonball Read 13)

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Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.

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