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Jenny McCarthy & Tara Reid Are Fighting Over the Title of Most Embarrassing Mess

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 18, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 18, 2016 |

Do you all realize we’ve only got FOUR DAYS until the Ab Fab movie comes out? Here’s a great time killer that’s so in-depth, it might actually ride out that entire wait: Everything Patsy and Edina ever wore on Absolutely Fabulous. (Go Fug Yourself)

Has anyone ever hated his fans (and loved himself) more than Justin Bieber? (Celebitchy)

Jenny McCarthy and Tara Reid are giving out free lessons in passive aggressive tear downs. The beautiful thing about a fight like this is that there’s no possible side to take. (Lainey)

Catcher in the Rye just turned 65 years old, and I’m just now realizing that— even if you love him— Holden Caulfield, perpetual insufferable adolescent, is basically Reddit personified. (Vox)

Never forget: There are more important things going on in the world than celebrity drama. Twitter may not know what they are, but they’re definitely IMPORTANT. (Daily Dot)

On the science and scientists behind the new Ghostbusters. (Wired)

Did you see Ghostbusters this weekend? If not, I’m officially mad at you, because it was awesome, but its box office numbers were not quite as stellar. (DListed)

I honestly can’t figure out my feelings around this Girl on the Train trailer. I think I hate it. But maybe it’s actually just so far from the tone I would expect that it’s brilliant? Please tell me how to feel. (Vanity Fair)

This week is Comic-Con, so this guide is especially timely, though it can and should be applied any time: What NOT to do when you meet your favorite celebrity. (Revelist)

Clearing away the Preacher confusion as we head into the finale. (Uproxx)

The voters have spoken! No not that vote or that one, no it’s the vote for the September Cannonball Read Book Club and Sherman Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian was the winner. Alexie’s book has been the center of controversy since it was published and was on the American Library Association’s Top Ten Challenged Books List for many years. Join the Cannonball crew in reading this Young Adult classic, or have you already read it? (Cannonball Read 8)

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