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Emily Ratajkowski Broke Up With Eric Andre Before He Posted That Nude Photo (Yikes)

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 16, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 16, 2023 |


On Valentine’s Day, Eric Andre posted what seemed like a playful nude photo of him and Emily Ratajkowski. He later gushed about it in his new Rolling Stone profile and claimed that “this was a beautiful image that we had to share with the world.” One small problem: Ratajkowski reportedly broke up with him before he put the pic on Instagram and she had “nothing to do with the posting.” That’s, um, that’s not great. (E! News)

Ke Huy Quan is worried even after winning an Oscar, and rightly so. (Lainey Gossip)

Ariana Madix has broken her silence on the “Scandoval.” (Dlisted)

Oh good, Brian Cox is talking about Meghan Markle now. (Celebitchy)

David Letterman calls out Tom Cruise for skipping the Oscars. (Daily Beast)

Warner Bros. might save Nancy Meyers’ movie? Cash-strapped Warner Bros.? (The Wrap)

Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda wants absolutely nothing to do with a hologram Chester Bennington. Get that idea right out of your head. (Variety)

A Reese’s Book Club pick is under fire. Again. (The Mary Sue)

It’s the end of DC as we know it. (THR)

Pokémon is not here for transphobia. Good on them. (Kotaku)

Penn Badgley thinks everyone overreacted to his no sex-scenes rule. (Jezebel)

A tweet from Jorts the Cat led faintingviolet to pick up Daisy Pitkin’s On the Line: a Story of Class, Solidarity, and Two Women’s Epic Fight to Build a Union. “There were parts of this book that I enjoyed, and that I think are important as we reckon with labor laws that have been eroded to the point of being too weak to help most workers fight back and win in the United States.” Do you belong to a union? (Cannonball Read 15)