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Meryl Streep's Profoundly Disturbing Trump Impression Will Haunt Your Brain

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 7, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 7, 2016 |

You guys, I think Selma Blair’s pansuit has become sentient and is taking over her body. Send for help. (Go Fug Yourself)

Meryl Steep dressed as Donald Trump and sang some Cole Porter. It’s 100% terrifying nightmare fuel. You’ve been warned. (EW)

J.K. Rowling sure does have a way with words, especially when it come to trolls and bigots. (Celebitchy)

No one needs any convincing to know TMZ is one big tire fire of humanity’s waste, but the Team Depp support is over the top, maybe even for them. (Lainey)

Beyonce gave a powerful speech at the CFDA Fashion Awards last night. (DListed)

What the hell happened to Elizabeth Perkins and Lucas Neff after the Preacher pilot? (Uproxx)


Speaking of, Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote a great, short op-ed for the New York Times about those damn robots taking all of our Hamilton tickets. (NYT)

Today is now officially Prince Day in Minnesota, and Tidal has released 15 of those previously vaulted Prince albums to celebrate. (Vulture)

I am shipping this Game of Thrones pairing so hard. (Revelist)

Here’s a great explanation of why the release of Brock Turner’s mugshot was so important. (Jezebel)

This Reductress piece on Turner’s imagined prison struggles is just perfect. Perfectly harrowing. (Reductress)

Peter Shaffer, the playwright behind Equus, Amadeus, and many more, has passed away. (Guardian)

Cannonballer jeverett15 recently gave four stars to Everybody’s Fool by Richard Russo. It’s the sequel to his book, Nobody’s Fool, that spawned the movie starring Paul Newman. "Russo is at home among hopeful losers, people who keep going through life even though life keeps knocking the hell out of them…he even has the audacity to wring humor out of their struggle." Did you know about this book or its sequel? (Cannonball Read 8)