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Holy Sh*t, the Kanye West and Irina Shayk Thing Is Real?!

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 9, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 9, 2021 |


A while ago, rumors started bouncing around that Kanye West and Irina Shayk might be a couple. It seemed random as hell and the source, at the time, was DeuxMoi, so huge grains of salt all around. Well, now PEOPLE is reporting that the two have been spotted together in France, which is about as official as it gets. Congrats? I have no idea how to feel about this one. Fun Fact, though: While trying to get a photo for tonight’s Pajiba Love, I discovered that Shayk is easily the most photographed celebrity of the pandemic. She makes Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas look like goddamn hermits. I literally sifted through 70 pages on Getty before I found a pic of Shayk without a mask. It was insane. (PEOPLE)

Speaking of Affleck, Bennifer 2.0 is reportedly telling close friends that they’re totally going steady, you guys. (Lainey Gossip)

Elizabeth Olsen is probably married, and her husband looks like the kind of guy I’d marry. Dude’s got a Gavin Rossdale meets Milo Ventimiglia vibe going on. I can’t compete with that. — Yet… (Dlisted)

Things are going as expected on Bethenny Frankel’s reality show. (Celebitchy)

Keeping up with the Kardashians will finally end on Thursday night, and I will not be weeping over the show that taught America to worship vapid reality TV stars with absolutely zero substance. That worked out great. (Variety)

The MacGruber series is putting together a hell of a cast. (Deadline)

Kevin Nealon seems to be absolutely tickled that his house got robbed and Garry Shandling’s ashes were stolen, and honestly, the story is pretty funny. (EW)

Warner Bros. really hopes Christopher Nolan wasn’t serious about ditching them after the whole HBO Max thing. (Comic Book)

Meghan McCain unloaded on The Bachelor, and while she’s not wrong, she of course made the whole thing about how she’s dated men of all races, which I’m sure her Federalist-publishing husband loved to hear. (Mediaite)

The D.B. Cooper scene in the first episode of Loki is actually one hell of a Mad Men deep cut. I’m impressed. (Polygon)

The worst books can inspire the most eloquent reviews. Sometimes a Cannonballer hates a popular book, KimMie" says The Da Vinci Code was a masterpiece compared to Lucy Foley’s The Guest List; and sometimes taking a chance on a new author doesn’t pay off, NatteringwPride was glad she borrowed rather than bought The Charmed Wife by Olga Grushin. You can check out all the one-star reviews. What book is so bad you could give a TED Talk on its badness? (Cannonball Read 13)

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Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.

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