Another Celebrity Couple Splits, But Love Is Not Dead. It Just Doesn't Do Long Distance Relationships
My personal goddess, Shirley Manson, and Fiona Apple covered You Don’t Own Me, and now I want this to be on an album (with the proceeds to go to RAINN) and I have so many ideas for other songs and artists and ohmygod, I just want this so much! - (Jezebel)
Pink sang her flu-filled lungs out last night. And also spit out a lozenge on (inter)national television. - (LG)
Since I just mentioned Pink, now I’m going to talk about blue - specifically, Jenny McCarthy’s blue hair. I don’t have an opinion on what color people dye their hair; you do whatever makes you feel good about yourself. I’m just posting this because, is it just me? I would not have recognized Jenny McCarthy if the article didn’t name her or she wasn’t with Wahlberg. - (Celebitchy)
Set your DVRs and prep your cocktails, Lifetime has cast its Meghan and Harry for the story of their meeting and courtship. Not yet confirmed: Whether Courtney will be liveblogging it or not. (PleaseSayYes! PleaseSayYes!) - (VF)
Another good celebrity couple splits, but as we came to expect from Sarah Silverman and Michael Sheen, they did it with a dash of humor, a Gwyneth Paltrow reference and on the best of terms.
The great @michaelsheen & I consciously uncoupled over Christmas. I mean, not “over Christmas” - like that wasn’t the fight that ended it. No fight. We just live in different countries & it got hard. Felt we should just tell y’all so u stop askin, “How’s Michael/How’s Sarah?”— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) February 5, 2018
BUT in positive news of celebrity love, Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani celebrated their Oscar nomination today with a class photo.
Evidently, some people got pissy about the T-Mobile commercial that ran during the Super Bowl. Oddly, equality, connection, and change are considered partisan issues and specifically LIBRULS. Whatever. - (TMS)
Margot Robbie carried an adorable (and PRICEY!) bunny purse to the Peter Rabbit premiere. - (GFY)
Sadly, John Mahoney, known to most as Marty Crane on Frasier, has passed away. He will be missed. - (Dlisted)
Cannonballers have a way of drawing their friends and family into the Read. MisterRobit, husband of longtime Cannonballer Blingle Bells, recommends Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand as a true three-star read, average but enjoyable. He is unlikely to read more Helen Simonson, who used "the most pretentious thesaurus she could find". Can you recommend a better character driven novel about grumpy old men? (Cannonball Read 10)
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