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Kit Harington Is Going to Lose It If We Don't Stop Talking About His Beautiful Hair

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

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

Mary Louise Parker seemed to mix up her gigs, and showed up to announce the Tony nominees in what was clearly meant for a cover shoot for a 1999 issue of Teen Cosmo. Honest mistake, I’m sure. (Go Fug Yourself)

And here’s some more Friday Fug: With the release of their third joint novel, the Fug Girls wrote about their process of co-writing. (The Toast)

Dustin examines what, after all these years, with its (relative!) lack of gimmick, keeps us coming back for more Survivor. That show is a damn cultural institution at this point. Kids are going to be reading about it in history books. Or, you know, whatever uploadable Google brain chip replaces history books in the future. (Uproxx)

George Clooney reportedly has a LOT of input into Amal’s clothing choices. (Lainey)

Melissa Rivers says her mother’s death was “100% preventable.” (People)

You guys, I think we’re breaking Kit Harrington. Remember a few weeks ago when he said he hates being called a “hunk,” and then his publicist clearly forced him to apologize immediately? Well, he didn’t mean it and we need to stop talking about him and his gorgeous flowy hair, for the sake of his mental well-being. (Celebitchy)

You can now add walls and swag to the list of things Terry loves. (HitFix)

As if you needed more rage fuel, here’s a detailed look into just how shitty Hollywood is for women. (LA Weekly)

Finally! Our key to a Kardashian-free internet! (Daily Dot)

I’d been putting off watching this video of Scott Weiland massacring “Vasoline” because I didn’t think I cared. But it’s really… hypnotic. The awfulness is captivating. (DListed)

Were you inundated with friends’ posts from yesterday? When I tried, every picture gave me a range of 37 to 69, so I am firmly on team Fuck That Site. (Jezebel)

A book binge can sometimes be troubling. And when it’s the young adult Pretty Little Liars series, the only good that can come of it is a Cannonball Read review. DataAngel gives props to author Sara Shepard for creating a series that sucks the reader in, even if they hate it. " Because damn if I didn’t read one right after the other. Four books, in about six hours, over a span of two days. " (Cannonball Read 7)

Happy Friday! Happy May! Here’s a kitty.

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