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Jennifer Lopez ‘Quietly’ Rebranded Her Tour (Because No One Is Going)

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 3, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 3, 2024 |


Jennifer Lopez’s first American tour in five years has not been going great. Right out of the gate, she canceled seven dates due to low ticket sales, and now, she’s reportedly rebranded the whole thing as a “Greatest Hits” tour. Is it because Ayo was right and she can’t sing? I feel like it’s because Ayo was right. (Variety)

On the opposite end of the spectrum, Beyoncé is almost definitely announcing a new tour that everyone is extremely pumped about. (Lainey Gossip)

Marjorie Taylor Greene’s weirdo boyfriend has some weirdo ideas about the eclipse because have I mentioned he’s a weirdo? (Wonkette)

From Kayleigh: Jerrod Carmichael calls Dave Chappelle an “egomaniac” who demanded he apologize for blasting the comedian over his transphobic rants. (Esquire)

The Supergirl movie is already close to locking down a director and will apparently start filming this year? Oh damn. (THR)

Jonathan Majors lost a bid to have his assault charges overturned and is still on track to be sentenced next week. (Deadline)

Amazon is bailing on the whole no-checkout grocery store thing. (The Verge)

From Nate: Excellent news. An Oklahoma official with white nationalist ties has been ousted in a recall vote. (NBC News)

Fabio wants you to know he was not hit in the face by a bird. Do not put in the newspaper that a bird hit him in the face. (PEOPLE)

Kanye’s Donda Academy sounds exactly as horrible as you expect. (The Daily Beast)

That Getty Images warning on Kate Middleton’s video is standard procedure. Everyone relax — or keep looking for signs that it’s AI. YOLO. (Mediaite)

Booktrovert recommends Isle McElroy’s gender-swapping, body-switching People Collide as a great weekend read. “The novel’s premise invites the reader to take the entire thing a little less seriously, enabling us to be present with the honest moments as they arise.” Do you have some favorite gender-bending books? (Cannonball Read 16)