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Gwyneth Paltrow Gave Up on Her Food Stamp Challenge & Miley Cyrus Forgot How Shirts Work

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 13, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 13, 2015 |

We all know Mad Men hasn’t really begun until Dustin has a craaaazy theory. So it looks like Mad Men has finally begun! (Uproxx)

Let’s also enjoy the other best part of Mad Men being back: Mad Men With Things Drawn On Them, possibly the greatest Tumblr account to ever exist. (MMWTDOT)

A bunch of people wore clothes to the MTV Movie Awards. Bai Ling wore a dragon. (Go Fug Yourself)

Miley Cyrus’ latest Instagram photo gives the impression that she doesn’t quite understand how shirts work. But don’t fear for your eyes, she’s got more than enough glitter lying around to cover the naughty bits. Only mildly NSFW. Because glitter pasties. (Daily Dot)

Gwyneth Paltrow gave up on that “food stamp challenge” and went out to lunch, presumably because she realized your team personal chefs can’t stretch $29 into a week of food when you spend it all on limes. (Celebitchy)

Madonna rubbed her mouth all over Drake’s mouth and never has a publicity stunt looked less enjoyable or less consensual. Not counting Scientology marriages, of course. (ZING.) (DListed)

George and Amal Clooney hung out with two adorable dogs and one vest filled with explosives. (People)

Justin Timberlake had a baby! Congrats to Justing and little Silas! What a happy day for you two! …Oh right, and Jessica Biel is probably there, too. (Lainey)

The first trailer for MTV’s Scream show is out. It opens with a fantastically terrible pun and some decent meta self-awareness and then is 42 seconds of blah. (Mary Sue)

In crazy experimental political theatre news, Judith Malina, the co-founder of the legendary Living Theatre, passed away last week. (NYT)

Did you know Divorce Court is still on the air? Thank godtopus for this institution of healthy and nurturing uncouplings for giving one man a platform by which to publicly accuse his ex of banging the entire Wu Tang Clan. (Daily Dot)

Are you writing a short story? Here’s what NOT to call it. (NeilClarke)

McM is reading Sue Grafton’s Kinsey Millhone series for Cannonball Read 7, and she’s up to the letter I. She’s got 14 more mysteries to go to get up to the most recent, the 23rd installment, W is for Wasted. Have you read any in this detective series set in 1980s California? (Cannonball Read 7)

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