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Michelle Williams Impersonating Justin Timberlake Is Art

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 25, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 25, 2023 |


When it was announced that Michelle Williams would be narrating the audiobook for Britney Spears’ new memoir, no one could have anticipated that it would involve the absolute splendor of hearing the award-winning actress do an impersonation of Britney Spears doing an impersonation of Justin Timberlake saying “Fo shiz, fo shiz” to Ginuwine. We are living in a golden age. (Page Six)

More details about the meeting between A-list actors and SAG-AFTRA have been revealed. (Lainey Gossip)

I have a well-documented history of roasting Paris Hilton because I’m a sucker for low-hanging fruit, but for the love of God, leave her baby’s head alone, people. I’m all for assholery, but let’s be civilized. (Celebitchy)

From Tori: “The youths hate sex scenes” discourse is about to be raging. (Variety)

The time Hawaiian dockworkers and mainland solidarity beat Big Sugar. (Wonkette)

From Jen: Scholastic pivoted to “let’s not do a racism anymore.” (NPR)

From Roxana: The owl in Killers of the Flower Moon is named Eli, and I love it. (YouTube)

Arnold Schwarzenegger wants younger presidential candidates, but in the same breath, says he’d be great for the job. He’s 76. (THR)

From James: This is why I can’t entirely quit Twitter. A crypto dork announced his divorce from his crypto wife/mother of his kids, due to his crypto mistress. He tagged both of them in the thread and promised to be more committed to his mistress moving forward. Oh, and be more circumspect in the future. (Twitter)

In theory, The Rock’s wax statue has been “updated.” (Uproxx)

From Chris: Oh fun. The new No Labels plan is to deadlock the 2024 election. (Intelligencer)

Nart says The Ten Thousand Doors of January is more vibes than plot. “[W]hat you’re getting is a beautifully written story about the myriad kinds of loneliness there are, ways in which different people respond to loneliness, and that at the end of the day the only cure is to risk your heart by exposing it to someone.” Which book’s vibes have you enjoyed? (Cannonball Read 15)