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Lena Headey Opens Up About Her Struggle With Depression & Jeremy Renner's Divorce Took a Turn For the Horrible

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 26, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 26, 2015 |

Dustin has taken a look through some early Mad Men reviews to see what bits of information we can glean. It’s all very vague and I don’t care, I’ll take anything at this point (much like Don Draper, ammirite?). A WEEK AND A HALF, PEOPLE. (Uproxx)

Miley Cyrus NAILS the airplane outfit. If we’re being honest, this is what every single one of us wants to wear when we travel. (GoFugYourself)

Lena Headey opened up a bit about her struggles with depression. She sort of equates depression with intelligence which makes me SUPER uncomfortable, but ultimately I’m just glad whenever public figures are open to a conversation about these things. (Celebitchy)

Jeremy Renner’s divorce is somehow getting even uglier than it already was. It now involves “embarrassing intimate videos.” (Lainey)

Sophie Turner has given the world the gift of Sansa/Margaery/Daenerys slash fic, and it is glorious. (Mary Sue)

Kelly Osbourne commends Angelina Jolie for talking about her surgeries. Osbourne says she carries the same BRCA1 gene and plans to have the same procedures done some day. (Jezebel)

Betty White says she has just one regret in life and is it just me or is it making it really dusty in here? (HuffPo)

The ever-incredible noted hardcore X-Files fan Kumail Nanjiani picked nine episodes of the show everyone should watch. Man, I forgot just how scary “Home” was. That episode haunted my middle school nightmares for months. (Vanity Fair)

James Corden has been off to kind of a slow start this week, but he is positively killing it with his video segments. I’m not even a Mariah Carey fan, but I would watch these to sing and awkwardly flirt forever. (YouTube)

Whenever I tell people my favorite Shakespeare play is Romeo and Juliet, I know I risk being looked at like I just revealed an undying love of Nicholas Sparks adaptations. But the wonderful Rebecca Ennals of the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival has laid out an incredible piece on why this play is so satisfying and moving, and some of it has to do with math so suck it, haters. (SFShakes)

And f*ck it, I’m just gonna call today Shakespeare Day! Did you hear about the Richard III drama over the weekend? (And yes, I know he was an actual person, but I admit I do have trouble not thinking of him as a Shakespearean character.) 500 years after his death, he was dug out of a parking lot and returned to his intended burial place. Here’s a brief recap of how a king ended up in a car park. (Phactual)

Huzzah! Janniethestrange has won Cannonball Read 7! Not only was she the first to complete 52 books and reviews, but janniethestrange also set out to review all 14 books in Cara Black’s Aimee Leduc Investigations series as part of her Read. Check out the last book in the series, Murder on the Champ de Mars, and visit the CBR Leaderboard to see who might be next across the finish line. (Cannonball Read 7)

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