Nearly one year after the state’s attorney’s office dropped the charges against Jussie Smollett, a six-count indictment has been issued accusing him of faking a hate crime last year. - (Celebitchy)
Rose McGowan found Natalie Portman’s Oscar dress celebrating female directors “deeply offensive” and not “brave.” Natalie Portman released a statement today and she … agrees? Classy. (Uproxx)
Mary Steenburgen (whose birthday is today) is on the new show Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, which personally pleases me because I adore her. I also kind of adore that Jessica Simpson can rock the hell out of a monochromatic outfit like that. I… yeah, I cannot. - (Lainey)
Ohio 2 is trending on Twitter. Having been born and somewhat raised there, I had to check it out. Start with this Tweet, click it to read more. It’s fun!
Last night:— Craig Calcaterra (@craigcalcaterra) February 12, 2020
Me: Got any homework?
Me: Whatcha gonna do?
Anna: Have a map I’m working on.
Just found this on her desk. pic.twitter.com/9uulpX1Pve
Sophie Turner is expecting a baby with her husband Joe Jonas. OK, that’s supposed to be the news. However, I am mesmerized by this picture where a) Joenas looks like a young (slightly better looking) Adam Corolla and b) does that sweater have an upside-down Joenas face on it? c) nobutwhy? - (Dlisted)
I enjoy it when racist assholes are done in by their own stupidity. Sucks that Mr. Fesser had to deal with any of this to begin with, though. - (The Root)
Christian Siriano’s show was full of shiny! I’m fascinated by this piece, though, because I can’t tell if it’s soft like Christmas tree garland or if it’s like pom-poms. Thoughts that keep me awake at night. - (GFY)
My dad cured me (somewhat) of saying “like” when I was a teenager. I picked it up again (somewhat) in my early forties, which, like, seems like a weird time to pick it back up. However, if it’s this prevalent on television, maybe it’s, like, totally contagious. - (Scary Mommy)
The Westminster Kennel Club has crowned its queen and she is MAJESTIC! - (Elle)
This month’s Quick Questions with a Cannonballer gets into Rachel’s recent willingness to give up on a book. Usually a completist, she does give herself permission to DNF if a book doesn’t grab her by 20% in. She uses her Instagram stories to make sure she made the right choice. "My biggest regret for not finishing is Normal People by Sally Rooney…But my friends told me to read it immediately, and the Bookstagram community solidly agrees." What book do you regret not finishing? Have you ever gone back to it? (Cannonball Read 12)
HOMG, I LOVE PERCY SO VERY MUCH!
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