film / tv / politics / social media / lists / web / celeb / pajiba love / misc / about / cbr
film / tv / politics / web / celeb


Hey, Commitment-Phobes. Adele Has No Patience For Your Cold Feet Bullcrap

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 1, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 1, 2016 |

One last bit of Oscars stuff, because I somehow missed this moment of Morgan Freeman not giving a crap about anything in the world other than this sleeve of Girl Scout cookies. (BuzzFeed)

Why is Katie Holmes hawking ice cream backstage at a major awards event? (Lainey)

Adele kicked off her tour last night on Leap Day, which Amy Adams fans know is when women go Sadie Hawkins and propose to their boyfriends. Adele REALLY wanted to see an engagement happen, and if Adele wants it to happen, it’s going to happen. Even if this particular dude didn’t seem quite so into it. (Vanity Fair)

Michael C. Hall got married again. (DListed)

Speaking of Amy Adams, is she the new Leonardo DiCaprio? But with less Pussy Posse Wolfpack, and more teeth. (Mashable)

Happy Meals are going the virtual reality route. (Mental Floss)

Hillary Clinton accidentally crashed a bachelor party. (Maybe a bachelor brunch? That seems entirely too classy.) The obvious pull quote here is when they pose for a picture and Clinton jokes “I love having men at my feet,” but I can’t get over the moment she says the words “Holy shmoly.” (People)

Twitter is really not into the new Walking Dead love triangle. (Uproxx)

A French company is now selling customized perfumes with the scent of your deceased (or absent) loved ones. This is one step away from a Black Mirror episode. (Inverse)

Marie Curie has a mean hadouken. (Daily Dot)

Have you read a book for a book club that forced you to read outside of your preferred genre? Today Cannonballers face that very situation with The Bollywood Bride by Sonali Dev. Romance fans and newbies are delving into this novel set during the preparations for an Indian wedding. Join the fun, won’t you? (Cannonball Read 8)

RIP Leonardo DiCaprio's Infamous "P*ssy Posse" | A Scientific Analysis of the Oscars' Music Rolling