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Jane Krakowski Issues a Jenna Maroney-esque Denial to the MyPillow Guy Rumors

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 21, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 21, 2021 |


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Thanks to the Daily Mail, which should’ve been a huge red flag, Jane Krakowski spent the better part of today being romantically linked to the MyPillow Guy. And I’m not gonna lie, I enjoyed the crazy randomness of it. Guilty. However, she’s since issued a denial, and her publicist deserves a raise for this one. Seriously, did Tina Fey write this? (Daily Beast)

Jake Gyllenhaal is making a Michael Bay movie? Oh no… (Lainey Gossip)

The Armie Hammer is a gross, abusive weirdo stories have not stopped pouring in. Thank you for asking. (Dlisted)

Hasn’t Alec Baldwin threatened to quit Twitter like 20 times by now? Your wife used a fake accent and got rightly dragged for it. Suck it up. (Celebitchy)

Jesus Christ, what is it with Michigan lately? (The Root)

From Kayleigh: Dr. Jill Biden’s beautiful inauguration night coat has some wonderful messages behind it. (Gabriela Hearst)

I’ve had this absolutely perfect quote in my pocket for a while, and today seems like a good day to use it. No reason in particular.

Apparently, Bill and Ted writer Ed Solomon found himself accused of being the Night Stalker serial killer for a hot minute. (Ed Solomon)

Chrissy Stroop: “Where were the January 6 insurrectionists radicalized? We must not neglect conservative Christian churches, schools, and homeschooling in addressing that question or we’ll never be able to craft effective counter-radicalization policies.” (Religion Dispatches)

Welp, No Time to Die has been delayed to October. If you had plans to see Black Widow in theaters this May, you might want to cancel them. (Variety)

Chelz.hawk, new to Cannonball Read this year, was drawn to the Jazz Age conman story in Alex Palmer’s The Santa Claus Man. "The irony is that while taking pains to make sure the letter writers were not running a scam, no one noticed the Santa Claus Man himself was the true con artist." Do you prefer reading about real life grifters or fictional? (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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