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Lily Allen and David Harbour Really Want To Be Seen Together

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 2, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 2, 2023 |


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From Emily: After a report claimed the couple were “living separate lives,” Lily Allen and David Harbour made it a point to be seen together on the Jumbotron at last night’s Knicks game. PEOPLE also helped out by noting it was a “date night,” so somebody’s publicist clearly switched into panic mode. (PEOPLE)

Kirsten Dunst knows exactly how to recover from Halloween. (Lainey Gossip)

Stephen King thinks people will remember his characters more than his name. I dunno about that, says the totally unbiased guy with 80 of his books strewn about. (Celebitchy)

If Pennsylvania votes, it can keep its non-lunatic State Supreme Court, as a treat. (Wonkette)

From James: Just in time for bird-feeder season, the American Ornithological Society is opening a new front on the culture war by changing the common name of 80 bird species to less racist options. I’m excited for all the people who can’t tell a chickadee from a titmouse to suddenly have an opinion. (CNN)

Meghan McCain has repeatedly claimed she’s at peace with leaving with The View and doesn’t want to talk about it. — But then she started a podcast and needed content, so… (Uproxx)

Loki Season 2 is doing less numbers than Ahsoka? Yikes. (THR)

Jonathan Van Ness says his Armchair Expert interview with Dax Shepard was “heavily edited,” but he still thinks it’s good that it aired. (The Daily Beast)

From Andrew: Obligatory Texas Rangers celebrating and singing Creed share. (Twitter)

GameStop keeps finding new ways to rip people off. (Kotaku)

Taylor Lautner cannot stop doing backflips. (Polygon)

What kind of book would an author who went to both art school and law school write? Halbs really hopes you pick up Alex Kenna’s debut mystery, What Meets the Eye, and find out. “If you like modern mysteries, seedy underbellies, art weirdies, or flawed people trying to do the right thing in an ambiguous world, this is yer book!” (Cannonball Read 15)