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Kelly Clarkson Wins $2.6 Million in Legal Battle With Ex-Husband

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 30, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 30, 2023 |


While I’m generally not in the business of cheering on rich people winning money from other rich people over squabbles that are worth more cash than I’ll ever see in a lifetime, Kelly Clarkson’s ex-husband Brandon Blackstock is a greedy little tick who just got wrecked in court for violating California labor laws by orchestrating business deals in her name that he had no business touching. Blackstock now owes Clarkson $2.6 million, which I’m sure she’ll fully enjoy collecting. (PEOPLE)

Does anyone still care about Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes? (Lainey Gossip)

The Royal Family thought they could book Taylor Swift. Lol, lmao. (Celebitchy)

Elizabeth Warren is fighting a fight that’s near and dear to my heart: Keeping sandwich prices low. Mike needs his sandwiches. (Wonkette)

From Chris: Putin calls Henry Kissinger a “wise and far-sighted statesman” and that could tell you something about all the Kissinger apologia out there right now. (Reuters)

Jodie Foster has entered the superhero chat. (IndieWire)

From Jen: Pretty dusty in here, ahem. (Threads)

Are Tom Holland’s Spider-Man days over? (Uproxx)

From James: “Three-ways for me, but not for thee,” is apparently the real Moms for Liberty motto judging by this buck-wild report. I want to say the hypocrisy here is astounding, but these people are always projection. Always. (Sarasota Herald-Tribune)

Moments before Elon Musk ensured Twitter’s destruction by telling advertisers to “go f*ck yourself,” he once again peddled antisemitic conspiracy theories. (MSNBC)

From Kayleigh: Lana Del Rey covers “Unchained Melody” for Christmas at Graceland special. (Pitchfork)

Wicherwill loves K.J. Charles’ writing enough that it’s ok that she didn’t love the class-conscious historical romance,  The Secret Lives of Country Gentlemen. “Like I said at the outset, there was a bit too much plot for me to get fully invested in the main characters…but I understand that romances divorced (heh) of a larger social network tend to feel a bit claustrophobic as well.” Have you read any historical romances you loved this year? (Cannonball Read 15)

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