Jennifer Lawrence Is a Total Perv & Demi Lovato Wants Taylor Swift to Keep Her Cash to Herself
Taylor Swift donated $250,000 to Kesha as a show of help and support. That seems like a pretty rad thing to do, though Demi Lovato sees it otherwise. Maybe I’m being naive here, but why can middle of the night Twitter rants and huge sums of cash BOTH be held up as good feministing? (Mashable)
Rob Thomas (as in Matchbox 20, not Veronica Mars) got weird and racist in Australia. (Celebitchy)
Jennifer Lawrence is having a low-key Oscar week. How low-key? “PERV”-emblazoned denim jacket-level low-key. (Lainey)
The greatest dance party The White House has ever seen.
10 questions for a surprisingly romantic The Walking Dead. (Uproxx)
If an airline accidentally booked you at a “themed” hotel, would you be into it? You would, wouldn’t you? You’re all a bunch of Jennifer Lawrences. (Fox)
Lego is releasing a stay at home dad minifig, as well as its first figure in a wheelchair. (Cosmo)
I cannot decipher Carrie Fisher’s alien hieroglyphic message, but I am very much looking forward to the next Space Bear installment.
Y🅾⛎🖐🏽🔔🇬🇧®🅰♑️🌀❔❕🤐 pic.twitter.com/Y3eyMSb48z— Carrie Fisher (@carrieffisher) February 19, 2016
I keep trying to make my cat act more like a dog, and this person is, for reasons I don’t understand but do find adorable, training her dog to be more like a cat. (DListed)
The story behind “the worst video game in history” and the man who made it. (BBC)
Cheese, anyone? (Archaeology Hub)
"Dear Fanny, Let’s get this right out in the open first thing: You are a terrible, terrible person…" And so begins the first of narfna’s open letters to (most of) the characters in Sense and Sensibility. Head over to Cannonball Read to see who else narfna skewers, or *sigh* just gaze at Alan Rickman as Colonel Brandon. (Cannonball Read 8)
- What if 'Independence Day' with Will Smith is a Warning?
- With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: Voting for the Pajiba 10 Begins Now
- The 10 Best Movies Of 2019 So Far
- Meghan McCain Wants to Quit 'The View' (WHY, GOD?!)
- 'Yesterday' Is A Love Letter To East Anglia