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Gwyneth Paltrow Swears She Eats More Than Bone Broth, You Guys

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 19, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 19, 2023 |


After getting dragged for basically promoting eating disorders — and perhaps equally as bad, giving Meghan McCain an opportunity to be right — Gwyneth Paltrow is scrambling to tell people that she totally eats more than just bone broth every day. Sometimes, there’s a sliver of carrot in it. As a treat. (Dlisted)

Let Jennifer Aniston and talk show guests swear on TV, dammit! (Lainey Gossip)

Ben Affleck made it a point to walk back his admittedly stupid wrongs that Jennifer Garner led to his alcoholism. (Celebitchy)

Turns out cancelling TV series every five minutes doesn’t make audiences want to try new shows. Who could’ve guessed? (Variety)

From Kayleigh: “The character assassination Megan Thee Stallion publicly endured may have culminated in a guilty verdict for Tory Lanez, but it firmly upheld the unspoken rule she challenged with her unbridled talent: Being exceptional doesn’t make you the exception.” (NPR)

We almost lost Sam Neill to blood cancer, which would’ve been way too much on top of the Lance Reddick news. Go easy on us, 2023. (IndieWire)

From Andrew: I love Doctor Sleep and would have happily watched ANY spin-off Flanagan made. This sounds like it would have been rad. (Comic Book)

Rachel Zegler is refreshingly candid about why she’s in Shazam! Fury of the Gods. (AV Club)

From Claude: But will Keke Palmer show up as Kelly? (Deadline)

Do not come for Quinta Brunson without doing your research. (The Wrap)

From Seth: Someone made a retro Banshees of Inisherin game and I’m here for it. Cut off fingers, collect ‘em all! (Banshees The Game)

Pooja picked up an advance reader copy of Chrysta Bilton’s memoir, Normal Family: On Truth, Love and How I Met My 35 Siblings. “The writing is simple but evocative, and places you on the spot with Chrysta and her sister throughout their turbulent lives.” Can you recommend a book that explores an interesting childhood? (Cannonball Read 15)