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Melissa Joan Hart Regrets Taking Britney Spears to Her First Nightclub

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 19, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 19, 2024 |


Thanks to starring in the music video for “You Drive Me (Crazy),” Melissa Joan Hart had the chance to work with a young Britney Spears at the start of her career. Hart also had the opportunity to take Britney to her first club, and it has haunted the Sabrina, The Teenage Witch star ever since. Obviously, Hart shouldn’t beat herself up over it. There was a buffet of issues going on with Britney thanks to her parents, so unless Clarissa introduced her to Kevin Federline, I wouldn’t worry about it. (ET)

Ali Wong turns her divorce and dating life into great material. (Lainey Gossip)

Greg Abbott wants to live in a world where killing “Black Lives Matter” protestors is acceptable. (Wonkette)

From Tori: The real-life Supernatural romance that nobody was expecting, but seriously, good for them! I love this! (PEOPLE)

Diddy is sorry that Diddy got caught red-handed. Let’s be real. (Rolling Stone)

From K-Hog: Bill Paxton would’ve turned 68 on Friday. This Mad magazine anecdote is a great way to remember him. (Twitter)

While celebrating his 80th birthday on Friday night, Rudy Giuliani bragged that Arizona had failed to deliver his indictment for allegedly attempting to overturn the state’s election results in 2020. They caught him two hours later. Womp womp. (NBC News)

From Kayleigh: Nitish Pahwa wrote about “how DeviantArt transformed from a dynamic, career-making network for artists to a powerless slopfest saturated with A.I. bots.” (Slate)

Thanks to the 25th anniversary of The Phantom Menace — Good Christ, my bones hurt. — there have been a lot of great essays about what it was like seeing the first Star Wars movie since Return of the Jedi in 1999. John DeVore’s take is easily one of my favorites. (Substack)

From Roxana: Derek Guy went in on Ben Shapiro’s wardrobe. (Twitter)

I was today years old when I learned the long-fingered kid in Spy Kids 3D is Glen Powell. Dude still looks exactly the same. Uncanny. (IndieWire)

From Petr: How do I get my boyfriend to stop having sex with me to the Buckshot Roulette soundtrack? (Reddit)

ASKReviews is still thinking about Cho Nam-Joo’s Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982, which boosted the feminist movement in South Korea. “But this is also a clever book - it takes a story that could be the story of so many women and makes it personal.” Are there books you think are important to understanding feminism? (Cannonball Read 16)