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Kesha and Dr. Luke Reach Settlement in Decade-Long Lawsuit

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 22, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 22, 2023 |


After Kesha accused music producer Dr. Luke of sexual assault, the two have been locked in a lengthy battle involving dueling lawsuits since 2014. However, both parties have reached an agreement where they both put out a joint statement that seemingly absolves Dr. Luke. In her portion of the statement, Kesha said that “only God knows what happened that night” and she wishes “nothing but peace to all parties involved.” Dr. Luke, in his portion, denied drugging and assaulting the singer before wishing her well. (Pitchfork)

James Cameron called it like it is after the OceanGate Titan debris was found. (ABC News)

Sofia Coppola is giving Elvis the Boyfriend Treatment by making Priscilla the main character in her film. (Lainey Gossip)

The only Kardashian I sympathize with — until I remember the Pepsi commercial, and then, OK, maybe sympathize is a strong word. (Dlisted)

Kevin Costner told his kids about the divorce during a Zoom call from Vegas. (Celebitchy)

From Kayleigh: Parents are having to steal formula milk. Make it free again. (Novara)

Marjorie Taylor Greene doubled down hard on her feline fracas with Lauren Boebert. I’m talking she called her a “little b*tch” again and everything. (Semafor)

If this truly is the case with the Secret Invasion opening credits and the logo was made from feeding new art made specifically by paid artists into an AI filter — which is a common practice — why would anyone at Marvel think it’s a good idea to mention any of this at all now? Like, goddamn. (THR)

Jennifer Lawrence is scared to work with Method actors. (IndieWire)

Of course Jill Stein is helping Cornel West’s campaign. Of course. (Mediaite)

What went wrong with Elemental, and where does Pixar go from here? (A.V. Club)

The Cannonball Read Book Club meets Friday and Saturday to talk about a mystery and three romances for "Hot Fun in the Summertime." Moderator elisamaza76’s topics range from the role of family in each book to an invitation to agree that Hank the Dog is awesome. Have you read any of the four books? Everyone is welcome to the discussion. (Cannonball Read 15)

From Andrew: How is this not an I Think You Should Leave sketch: