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Jason Momoa and Eiza González Broke Up Because He's All About 'Spreading Love'

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

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


Barely a month after their relationship went public, Jason Momoa and Eiza González have reportedly called it quits because “they’re very different people.” Namely, she wants a long-term relationship, and he’s all about “spreading love.” Read into that and what it may say about his split from Lisa Bonet however you choose. (People)

Jay-Z and Blue Ivy Carter go viral on Twitter for relatable moment of “teen contempt” at the Warriors and Celtics game. (Lainey Gossip)

Britney Spears and Sam Asghari have an “iron-clad” pre-nup. (Dlisted)

And speaking of, Paris Hilton wants everyone to know how much she sacrificed attending Britney’s wedding. A true paragon of selflessness. (Celebitchy)

From Dustin: You don’t have to be an Apple TV+ subscriber to sample the summer’s best show, For All Mankind. The streamer is so confident you will get hooked that the first season is available for free without a subscription. (The Verge)

Chris Evans, Keke Palmer and Taika Waititi, looking all hot and charming as hell at the Lightyear UK premiere. (Tom + Lorenzo)

A tone-deaf Squid Game reality show is in development. (Gizmodo)

I’m just gonna go ahead and call this sweet vindication for my Book of Boba Fett recaps that everyone got really mad about.

Bernie Sanders won’t run in 2024 if Biden does, so hopefully, that puts a nail in that coffin. (Mediaite)

Letting Kim Kardashian wear Marilyn Monroe’s actual dress is apparently supremely predictable results. At this time, I’m going to ask that you respect my privacy as I struggle to not make jokes about butt injections. Excuse me… (Jezebel)

Charlize Theron reveals how she surprisingly popped up in two major superhero projects back-to-back. (IndieWire)

Mazel tov to Junior Cannonballer Bibliophile on her Bat Mitzvah! As part of her community service project, she read and reviewed 26 books as a contribution to Cannonball Read’s mission to stick it to cancer. Alice Hoffman’s Nightbird had almost everything she likes in a book: "curses, friendship, blood moons, pie, animals." Check out Bibliophile’s reviews for more MG/YA titles. What do you like to see in a book? (Cannonball Read 14)

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

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