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Gwyneth Paltrow Thinks a Baby Formula Shortage Is a Great Time To Pretend She’s Selling Bejeweled Diapers

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 11, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 11, 2022 |


America is in the grips of a baby formula shortage thanks to a massive recall, so what a perfect time to joke about selling bejeweled diapers on your white lady wealth and wellness porn website. Was our meager peasant lowliness not quite low enough, Lady Gwyneth? (Jezebel)

Tom Hiddleston confirms he’s engaged to Zawe Ashton. (Lainey Gossip)

Michelle Williams is the latest actor to defend Jeremy Strong. (Dlisted)

Saying “The Queen is in total control of her faculties” really raises a lot of questions about The Queen’s faculties, doesn’t it? (Celebitchy)

From Andrew:

Andy Dick was arrested for felony sexual assault while in the middle of a trailer park livestream? Wow, OK, maybe things really are returning to normal. (TMZ)

Anyone else enjoying this crypto crash? Because I sure am. (Fortune)

Riz Ahmed is finally making his modern-day Hamlet. (AV Club)

Right-wing dipshit Baked Alaska botched what should’ve been a cakewalk, slap on the wrist plea deal for his involvement in January 6 because he wanted to proclaim his innocence. He’s now set for trial, which should be neat considering he’s on video inside the building saying, “We ain’t leaving this bitch.” (Daily Beast)

From Petr:

If I’m reading this right, the treasurer for America First quit and denounced the whole operation once he started getting laid. Neat. (Raw Story)

Oscar Isaac gets a side gig as a watch model. (Tom + Lorenzo)

Here’s what Netflix reportedly wants from creators in 2022: a female Jack Ryan, a new New Girl, or a fresh riff on The Voice — and please, no “sad coms.”(Insider)

Have you read any fiction set during the current pandemic yet? CoffeeShopReader says that for a light, funny book The Kaiju Preservation Society by John Scalzi has, "some real consideration of the pandemic, human impacts on their world, and a good dose of corporate evil." (Cannonball Read 14)