Esquire Magazine Pitches the Absolute Most Perfect Craig Ferguson Replacement Imaginable
Because food and I are lovahs, I’m sharing Dominique Ansel’s newest creation, The Waffogato. Come to mama. (That’s Nerdalicious)
Justin Bieber recently ran into Rob Ford in a Toronto club and asked him if he brought any crack to smoke. Like ya do. (Lainey Gossip)
Some surprising (Sean Hayes?), and not so surprising (Amy Schumer) names have surfaced in discussions about with whom CBS will replace Craig Ferguson. (WG)
Speaking of Craig Ferguson replacements, Esquire magazine has a candidate, Anna Kendrick. She is perfect. Here’s why. (Esquire)
Interior Design magazine did a beautiful photoshoot of the Mad Men sets. I want to live in all of them. (Unreality)
Kurt Cobain called Courtney Love a “bitch with zits.” Why isn’t my husband romantic like that? (DListed)
A Florida legislator is drafting a zombie apocalypse preparedness bill and, believe it or not, it’s not as “Florida Man” as you think. (The Daily Dot)
The Hollywood Reporter says that Zac Efron in the process of a “career reinvention.” Bedhead’s got something to say about that. (Celebitchy)
Miley looks like she’s wearing a “shrunken version of Blanche Devereaux’s favorite separates” on the cover of Elle. (GFY)
Sophia thought Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan was a bit uneven and disliked the characters, but when all was said and done, it really had grown on her. Check out her review, and see if it’s worth the read. (Cannonball Read 6)
Finally, thanks to 83 year old New Orleans socialite Mickey Easterling, I now want to be propped up at my wake wearing my favorite hat, a cigarette in one hand and a whiskey i the other. This is glorious. (Death and Taxes)
I leave you with the best gif of my week thus far. I love you Kristen Bell.
Geek Girl Diva wants a pony and a plastic rocket.
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