Less than 48 hours after the parents of Gabbie Petito’s fiancé, Brian Laundrie, informed the police that he’s been “missing” since Tuesday, the Denver FBI held a news conference on Sunday announcing that they found what they believe to be the body of Petito at a Wyoming national park. Our deepest condolences to her family. (CNN)
New photos of Timothée Chalamet and Larry David having lunch together have the internet losing its mind. (Lainey Gossip)
Hailey Bieber denies that Justin Bieber treats her like shit, which is always a good sign that things are going swell. (Dlisted)
Nicki Minaj is doxxing reporters now. Oh good. (Celebitchy)
Audience reactions to GoldenEye. Spot anyone interesting toward the end? pic.twitter.com/Fi2y1E4tFI— DoubleOKevin (@KevBot_007) September 18, 2021
From Jen: People may find this information on an HBO Max price cut useful. (Deadline)
From James: This is why you don’t give firearms as baby gifts. (NBC News)
From Steven: Now that’s a headline. “This Bulletproof Skin is Made of Goat Milk Spider Silk.” (Labiotech)
From Roxana: His Street Fighter stuff was iconic.
Mick McGinty's son just announced on Facebook that his father has passed away. He had made several video game-related illustrations in the 90s, including for Street Fighter II, Streets of Rage 2 and 3, Kid Chameleon and Shining Force.— VGDensetsu (@VGDensetsu) September 19, 2021
David Chase is pissed that his prequel movie to an HBO show will have a day-and-date release on HBO’s streaming platform. I don’t know what to tell you, buddy. (IndieWire)
Because these meetings haven’t been batsh*t enough lately, a crazy women made sure to loudly inform a Texas school board that she will never, ever have anal sex. Methinks the Karen doth protest too much. (Uproxx)
After previously announcing that she is pro-mask and pro-vaccine, Sarah Palin is now against the vaccine because she clearly misread the right-wing memo on where all the sweet grift money is. (Mediaite)
Cannonballers often reveal part of themselves when they review. Esmemoria reveals a big piece of her heart in her review of Giving Back by Edward A. Joseph, her father. "I am so glad to have this book to know him now, and have a piece of him when he’s no longer here." Are there activities or passions you share with family? (Cannonball Read 13)
From Tori: OK, I am not a three-year-old, but I also needed this?
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