Gwyneth Paltrow’s newest beauty treatment? Bees. Like, just go get stung by a bunch of bees. (People)
Kesha says she was offered her freedom from Sony if she publicly apologizes and says she was lying about her rape. She gave that offer a big ol’ eff you and is reportedly “ready to go to war with these people.” (DListed)
Mads Mikkelsen’s Doctor Strange makeup is kinda doing it for me. (Celebitchy)
Lupita Nyong’o is evil.
Watch my most successful April Fools Day prank EVER on the cast and crew of Eclipsed on Broadway!! #AprilFools - best day of the year, really.Posted by Lupita Nyong'o on Saturday, April 2, 2016
The University of Maryland published an absurd study last year suggesting that chocolate milk could help football players with concussions. Dustin’s pub trivia partner Kevin Lomangino and his publication was actually the first to debunk that story, which is now making the rounds and leaving out the original debunking source. Credit where credit is due, damnit! (Health News Review)
Justin Bieber got terrible new hair, has same terrible attitude. (Lainey)
Science lessons from Scott Baio.
Dear Global Warming, Funny, I spent 4 days in Palm Desert playing golf, getting a tan while looking at the snow on the mountains.— Scott Baio (@ScottBaio) April 4, 2016
People can’t stop, won’t stop defiling Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. (Vanity Fair)
What worked and what didn’t about that Walking Dead finale. (Uproxx)
"I’m not sure there could be a better time than now for this impressive debut novel from Kaitlyn Greenidge. " Cannonball ElCicco gives five stars to Greenidge’s debut, We Love You, Charlie Freeman, that "…addresses racism, white privilege, female relationships, family strife, and loneliness in a novel that centers around a scientific experiment spanning some 60 years…It’s a wonderful and provocative read. I couldn’t put it down and I can’t stop thinking about it." Add this one to your "to be read" pile! (Cannonball Read 8)