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Sarah Michelle Gellar Will Never Tell Full Story of Working on ‘Buffy’

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 18, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 18, 2023 |


As Sarah Michelle Gellar gets ready to return to TV with Wolf Pack, she opened up about the complicated legacy of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. While she lets her kid watch the show up to Season 5 — she’s not a fan of 6 and 7 — Gellar revealed that she’ll never share her “full story” of what went on behind the scenes. Mostly because it involves being labeled a “b*tch” and a “diva” for pushing back on unsafe working conditions. (THR)

Jennifer Lopez confirms she was supposed to be on stage with Madonna and Britney Spears for their infamous MTV VMAs 2003 kiss. (Lainey Gossip)

Christina Applegate wrecked a troll on Twitter. (Dlisted)

From Kayleigh: Sarah on Lainey Gossip talks a lot about how you can tell a celebrity is in dire financial straits when they need to start selling off their properties real quick. And now… (Celebitchy)

Comixology got hit hard by the Amazon layoffs. (Polygon)

From Dustin: Here’s a headline you may have never expected to read: Wife of Boy Meets World star William Daniels details “painful” “open marriage.” (Page Six)

Nice try, but TK wins with — and I swear to God this is real — “Raccoon stuck to railway by his testicle rescued by railway workers.” (Daily Mail)

M3GAN 2.0 already has a release date. (AV Club)

From Kaleena: This TikTok creator was kind enough to offer a translation for the watch shop scene in The Last of Us. (TikTok)

From Jen: Important Dolly Parton Baking Update. (Food & Wine)

Amanda Bynes is coming back for an All That reunion. (Variety)

New Cannonballer KateMc is thinking a lot about leaving her job to travel and picked up Stephanie Rosenbloom’s book on solo travel. "There are great tips on savoring the moment, getting out of your comfort zone, creating your own serendipity, and recognizing anticipation as ‘happiness already in the bank’ that you get to keep even if the trip goes ‘wrong.’" Where would you go on your own? (Cannonball Read 15)

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