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Leonardo DiCaprio REALLY Wants to Make Sure We All Know He's Not Taking a Break From Sexing Models to Sex Rihanna

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 5, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 5, 2015 |

Greatest Living Human Bill Murray picked a hell of a moment to hit on Naomi Watts. (Uproxx)

Over on Vanity Fair, Joanna has the ultra-disturbing story of how Scientologists used wire taps and pitted Nicole Kidman’s own children against her to end her marriage to Tom Cruise. (Vanity Fair)

You wouldn’t think Kristen Stewart could pull off “sexy French businesswoman,” but she really, really does. I find it… confusing. (GFY)

68 year old Susan Sarandon has broken up with her 37 year old boyfriend. The cause of relationship death: reality TV, of course. (Celebitchy)

Taylor Swift pulled a Sia to avoid the paparazzi who seem to be terrifyingly invading her garage. (DListed)

Leonardo DiCaprio’s publicist is working REALLY hard to deny these Rihanna-dating rumors. (Lainey)

Happy World Book Day! Here’s some Instagram book porn for your literarily lustful hearts. (Daily Dot)

Though I do have to say that page left out my very favorite source of book porn. I honestly didn’t even know you could search Instagram for books without being flooded with results from my absolute favorite: Los Angeles’ Last Book Store.

And now to totally ruin your book high, here is Peeps-flavored milk to make you vomit everywhere. I didn’t even know you could milk a Peep. (Eater)

HBO’s diversity search turned out to just be one huge disastrous F*ck You to anyone actually looking to work for HBO (or television or entertainment in general, or anyone just looking to basically exist as a woman or person of color in the world). (Mary Sue)

Here are the 10 movies the cast and crew of Mad Men were required to watch for research. And now I know what I’m doing with my weekend. (LAist)

New life goal: Leave this stupid world behind and retire to Cat Island, which is an actual place made of wonder and hairballs. (Phactual)

Staramour bought The Bird Artist by Howard Norman based on a recommendation at a local independent bookstore in Washington DC, but she didn’t realize it was the first book in a trilogy until she wrote the review. Thankfully, Staramour’s recent "trilogy allergy" didn’t get in the way of enjoying this 1994 National Book Award Finalist for Fiction. Which books have you enjoyed though you’d sworn not to? (Cannonball Read 7)

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