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Kim Kardashian Accused of Photoshopping Pete Davidson, Which Would Be Pretty on Brand

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 14, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 14, 2022 |


The Kardashians are infamous Photoshoppers. They just got caught and even admitted to editing one of Khloe’s kids into a trip to Disney World for no apparent reason. Christ, there was a time where Kim unabashedly Photoshopped her own baby. My point is that it’s entirely reasonable to think she’s out here editing Pete Davidson’s jaw and possibly nose for Instagram. These are not normal people. (Daily Beast)

Thandiwe Newton allegedly quit Magic Mike 3 after getting in a fight with Channing Tatum over — sigh — the Will Smith Oscar slap. (Lainey Gossip)

Molly Shannon says she was sexually harassed by Gary Coleman. It sounds hilarious at first, particularly when she describes tossing him around the room, but it’s actually awful. (Dlisted)

Pete and Chasten Buttigieg are going to the Invictus Games. (Celebitchy)

Speaking of superhero movies, Warner Bros. Discovery wants a Marvel-style overhaul of the DC Comics universe, so it can have more successes like Joker, which was… not part of a shared universe. OK. (Variety)

Welp, goddammit. Members of far-right forums are threatening violence against teachers & school officials they see as “groomers.” (Vice)

No, Ali Wong is not getting divorced from Randall Park. (The Cut)

Viola Davis opens up about being told that she wasn’t “pretty enough” to star in How to Get Away with Murder. (Jezebel)

Fox News wants it known that the network does not have a Truth Social account, which is pretty freaking funny. (Mediaite)

If you haven’t watched the latest Moon Knight, skip this blurb. But here’s a pretty good rundown on who that extra person might be. (Collider)

After watching Bridgerton, are you interested in a Regency romance without the problematic bits? Nart recommends Mimi Matthews’ Gentleman Jim. "I inhaled the book in all of a day and a half and hadn’t even realized how quickly I was moving through it." (Cannonball Read 14)