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Rachel Bilson Really Wants You To Know Her Favorite Sex Position

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 3, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 3, 2023 |


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On the same day that saw Gwyneth Paltrow divulge that Ben Affleck is “technically excellent” in the sack, Rachel Bilson has also opened up about her favorite sex position and least favorite that almost certainly had something to do with Bill Hader. Call it a hunch. (Jezebel)

Jennifer Lopez promotes The Mother on TODAY while her own mother drops nuggets about Ben and JLo. (Lainey Gossip)

Jameela Jamil did not appreciate this year’s Met Gala theme. (Dlisted)

I honestly forgot Channing Tatum and Zoe Kravitz are a thing. (Celebitchy)

From Andrew: The original version of Arrested Development Season 4 was the show being ahead of its time for the second time. (Daily Beast)

The Succession finale will be 90 minutes long. “It’s like a movie.” (TVLine)

Not gonna lie, Nick Cave’s explanation for why he’s attending the Coronation is refreshingly candid. Before I get ripped apart, I wouldn’t lose an ounce of sleep if the monarchy evaporated tomorrow, as it should, but I particularly enjoyed this line as someone who is bone-ass tired of petulant children who get their politics entirely from Twitter and/or TikTok: “As for what the young Nick Cave would have thought - well, the young Nick Cave was, in all due respect to the young Nick Cave, young, and like many young people, mostly demented, so I’m a little cautious around using him as a benchmark.” (The Red Hand Flies)

From Claude: The journey of a humble tire reveals why prices are so high. (ProPublica)

Another Nicole Kidman AMC ad is in the works. (IndieWire)

Nicolas Cage’s first memory is very Nicolas Cage. (Variety)

Dark Brandon wants to tax the hell out of crypto mining. (Rolling Stone)

The Direction of the Wind by Mansi Shah was an unusual read for kfishgirl: no dead bodies. She definitely recommends it though because “Sophie learns more about life in a week than she did her entire life prior.” What were you surprised to find yourself enjoying?  (Cannonball Read 15)