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Kate Winslet Shares All the Things She Can No Longer Do Without Peeing Herself

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 1, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 1, 2015 |

We haven’t been talking about it much (or at all?) around here, but this Thursday, NBC airs its live performance of The Wiz. It’s not getting much buzz, possibly because it’s not expected to be a fun hate watch. The hope is that it will be good. And the cast— including Uzo Aduba, Common, Queen Latifah, and Mary J. Blige— is certainly encouraging. (Lainey)

The Walking Dead’s showrunner is promising “hard left turns” from what fans expect based on the comics. Does it feel to anyone else like they’re just scrambling now in the wake of the Glenn fiasco? (Uproxx)

Kate Winslet gave some intimate details about the way her body changed after childbirth, and listed off some of the things she can no longer do without peeing herself. Trampolines? Right out. Three sneezes in a row? Danger. (Celebitchy)

72-year-old Holland Taylor (Two and a Half Men, The Truman Show, Legally Blonde, basically every TV show ever) is in a relationship with a woman, and it really looks like that woman is Sarah Paulson. (Autostraddle)

Rachel McAdams is expected to get a Best Actress Oscar nomination for Spotlight. That’s good news, right? Sure! So let’s focus on that rather than this weird and unflattering jumpsuit. (GFY)

J.J. Abrams found the best collaborator possible for The Force Awakens’ new Cantina song: Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda. That’s so very exciting, but I can’t help being distracted by the related knowledge that John Williams calls people “baby.” (Vanity Fair)

Here’s the most contrived, utterly bullshit justification for fat shaming Carrie Fisher.

You know which Star Wars character’s food habits DO justify looking into, though? Emperor Palpatine. That guy’s metabolism must have been through the roof. (Inverse)

John Stamos posted his prom picture to Instagram yesterday. As Uncle Jesse would be quick to say, have mercy. So much hair. (People)

Today is the 60th anniversary of Rosa Park’s arrest. To celebrate, here’s a great reminder that this woman did not exist for one day only. (The Atlantic)

Lizzie Borden as heroine? Yes please! Sistercoyote just reviewed the second novel in this series about the famous axe-wielder, Chapelwood, and says it exceeds its predecessor. "If you like horror, or Lovecraft, or dark, skewed, and fantastic history, you will love Cherie Priest’s Borden Dispatches series." (Cannonball Read 7)

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