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Marie Osmond Is a Little Bit Country, But Not *That* Country

By Courtney Enlow | Pajiba Love | January 13, 2017 |

By Courtney Enlow | Pajiba Love | January 13, 2017 |

Marie Osmond has clarified that, while she thinks America should “unite” regardless of who won the presidency, she did NOT say she’d play the inauguration. It’s a move that feels very “don’t be mean to people with dick algae. NOT THAT I HAVE DICK ALG—DAMMIT.” (Celebitchy)

I truly do miss the gossip heyday of Jessica Simpson. It was a magical time. (Lainey)

Robin Thicke has now been accused of child abuse by his ex-wife. Thicke says she’s accusing him because she’s mad she wasn’t allowed at his dad’s funeral. Alan Thicke’s ghost says “leave my good Canadian name out of this fuckery right now.” (Dlisted)

What I took from Dustin’s list of parts written for actors who turned them down is that Thomas Jane must spend a lot of time screaming into a pillow. (UPROXX)

This is…this is a look. It’s…it’s something. It’s everything. I am ENTRANCED. (GFY)

These lady cosplayers are fantastic. (Revelist)

Thewheelbarrow didn’t know much about Pablo Escobar, but he wanted to learn more before diving into Narcos on Netflix. Mark Bowden’s Killing Pablo: The Hunt for the World’s Greatest Outlaw covered more about the hunt for him than about his life and background. "The book effectively navigates between fact and myth. It delves into many of the conspiracy theories surrounding Escobar’s death such as the degree of U.S. involvement and connections between politicians and various cartels." What do you know about Pablo Escobar? (Cannonball Read 9)

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