Kim Cattrall Says Her Relationship with Sarah Jessica Parker is 'Toxic'
It’s October 3rd - Happy Mean Girls Day! The Philadelphia Museum of Art also celebrated the “holiday”. So fetch!
It’s like someone at McCormick suddenly realized there’s a THIRD meal every day. - (IB)
Michelle and Busy go to Fashion Week, which is just super adorable, but also, I learned about how celebrities and fashion houses are monetized here and now you can too! - (LG)
There will be no third Sex and the City movie because Kim Cattral refuses to make another Sex and the City movie and Sarah Jessica Parker is very upset about this and Kim Cattral is very upset with Sarah Jessica Parker for being upset about this, and now they have what Cattral characterizes as a “toxic relationship.” (Jezebel)
Netflix is cutting back the number of Chelsea Handler’s talk shows. I totally forgot she even had a talk show on Netflix. Evidently I’m not the only one. - (Celebitchy)
Today, 13 countries voted no on a resolution opposing death penalty for LGBTs. God, what terrible list of countries could be on that? Saudi Arabia. China. Qatar. The United States. Wait, what? (Mary Sue)
This right here is why I do not miss working in Human Resources. Grown-ass adults acting like idiots. - (Ohio.com)
The Jared Kushner private email story gains another twist: After heat came down on him last week about that private email server — which received government emails — Kushner transferred his email to a different server owned by … the Trump Organization. (USA Today)
Hey! Did you hear the one about that ardently pro-life Congressman who told the woman he was having an affair with to have an abortion? Well, you have now! (Post Gazette)
In November 2015, when 130 people were killed in a series of terrorist attacks in Paris, the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino darkened its Eiffel Tower. Last night, Paris sadly had to reciprocate and darken their Eiffel Tower to honor the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. - (Teen Vogue)
Nobody in Beverly Hills wants to live near Justin Bieber. I’m shocked. SHOCKED, I say. - (Dlisted)
I went to Knott’s Scary Farm once when I lived in Southern California. It was fun-ish. Maybe it’s more fun when you’re a celebrity-ish and you wear FASHION. Or whatever you want to call it. - (GFY)
Denesteak was surprised by her emotional connection to Valeria Luiselli’s Tell Me How it Ends: An Essay in Forty Questions. The book explores the hope and heartbreak of seeking permanence in a country that doesn’t always want you. For Denesteak, "the words on these pages reflect a raging culture war that is happening in the US now. My privilege, the distance I have as an expat, my general upper middle-class Asian upbringing leaves me untouched, but I am touched as well." What does it mean to you to be a citizen or resident of the country where you live? (Cannonball Read 9)
The Obamas (COME BACCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKK!) are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary today. Total #RelationshipGoals
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