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George R.R. Martin Says 'Game of Thrones' Will Have a 'Bittersweet' Ending & Christina Aguilera Proves Her Realness With a Topless Fedora’d Selfie

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 12, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 12, 2015 |

Dustin puts True Detective seasons one and two up next to each other to see just how much Nicky Pizza (TM Courtney Enlow) stole from himself. Yeah, he was basically playing Conspiracy Theory Mad Libs. (Uproxx)

Rita Ora sure knows how to dress for radio. (Go Fug Yourself)

Not even Paul Haggis thinks Crash should have won that Oscar. (HitFix)

George R.R. Martin says the ending for Game of Thrones will be less “horrible apocalypse” and more “bittersweet.” Correct me if you read this differently, but is he not also saying pretty much straight out that we’re going to be left disappointed and unfulfilled, at least the first few times we read what he has planned? (Mediaite)

I know you all walk around all day wondering to yourself, “How real is Christina Aguilera? How real is she being with me?” Well, Xtina would like you to know that with her, it’s “all real, all the time.” You can tell, I think, by the hot pink underwear and leopard print fedora. That’s what real realness really looks like. (US)

This French tabloid seems to be existing under the singular goal of seeing how many times it can be sued by Leonardo DiCaprio. (Celebitchy)

Mayim Bialik (who, yes, is on The Big Bang Theory, but was also Blossom and has multiple degrees in neuroscience, so I’m a fan) has launched her own sort of lifestyle site that reads like the Anti-Goop. In that seems to be geared towards, you know… humans. (People)

The next season of Jane the Virgin will feature Britney Spears as Rogelio’s nemesis, and I don’t know if there’s ever been a more perfect casting choice for a diva-off. (Vulture)

Thank godtopus for real world heroes, like this woman who has taken on the role of her rural community’s summer lunch lady, bringing lunches to 200 kids in need every day. (People)

The Life and Death of Sophie Stark by Anna North isn’t a book about a long-lost character from Game of Thrones, no, not even Bran. It’s a collection of stories about a single character, filmmaker Sophie Stark. Cannonballer badkittyuno devoured this well-told story and says it " allows us to get the best picture we possibly can about a mysterious person." Five stars, even without the direwolves. (Cannonball Read 7)

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