Yikes! I don’t know which part of this is worse: Ariana Grande’s song “7 Rings” took TEN people to write it, or 90 percent of its royalties go to Rodgers & Hammerstein. - (Dlisted)
Let’s talk about Winston Duke. (And look at pictures of him, too!) - (GFY)
Sophie Turner did Sansa Stark proud when the JumboTron found her at the Rangers game. - (PW)
SHUT up, your stupid facehole is crying!
Whoa, Pete and Kate are at the Having Dinner with Mom stage! - (Elite Daily)
Whoa. Bill S. Preston, Esquire and Theodore Ted Logan together again. Whoa. - (BoingBoing)
Sony Pictures Animation will be bringing Matthew A. Cherry’s short Hair Love to a wider audience. YES! - (Shadow and Act)
Emma Roberts and that smirky kid from American Horror Story have ended their engagement. Grass hasn’t grown under Emma’s feet, though. She’s reportedly moved on to one of Roxana’s Pajiba 10. - (Lainey)
A YouTuber, who used her children to earn thousands of dollars, has been charged with child abuse, molestation, child neglect, and unlawful imprisonment. - (Buzzfeed)
Sarah Hyland has a cute shaggy bob, but I really hope this isn’t the new hair trend. They’re really hard to keep up and growing them out is a pain in ass. - (Celebitchy)
Not quite as cute as a shaggy bob, will Noah Centinteo get the full Prince Valiant ‘do for this? - (Variety)
Kristy posted this in our Slack and it makes me want to vomit. Ranch. Why’d it have to be ranch?
So a couple days ago, one of my coworkers accidentally let 22 quarts of ranch dressing slip out of her hand… pic.twitter.com/cMDwUAqfOZ— G (@BorboaGrant) March 18, 2019
The biggest revelation Tori had from the SXSW panel about Good Omens was how much Neil Gaiman misses Terry Pratchett. The show comes out May 31, but two weeks before that (May 17 & 18) #CannonBookClub is talking about the book Pratchett and Gaiman wrote together, and then two weeks later (June 14 & 15) they will talk about how Gaiman adapted their book for TV without Pratchett. Are you interested in joining them? (Cannonball Read 11)
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