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Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello Called It Quits

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 17, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 17, 2023 |


Presumably because they’re both so freakishly good-looking that Paul Rudd finds himself standing next to them with no idea how he got there, Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello have confirmed they’re getting divorced after a solid week of the tabloids saying the split was coming and fans picking up clues from their Instagrams. (Page Six)

Like Keke Palmer, Halle Bailey should decenter her jealous, controlling, and insecure boyfriend. (Lainey Gossip)

And Bebe Rexha should do the same thing, too. Not a banner time for men, but when is it, really? We’re not great on the whole. (Jezebel)

Luke Combs’ cover of “Fast Car” is a huge success: Is that a problem? (Celebitchy)

From Chris: Uh oh, someone’s pudding-smeared campaign is imploding. (NBC News)

Fran Drescher kicked off a full The Nanny meme renaissance. (The Mary Sue)

I’m a Comcast/Xfinity customer, so for a while I got Peacock for free and only had to pay $5 for the ad-free package. Not a bad price. Well, that program just ended, and directly on its heels, Peacock is about to have its first-ever price hike. It’s about to be a very interesting time for learning how many people are willing to pay for a platform that basically has the same stuff as Hulu. Should be neat. (The Wrap)

Megyn Kelly is clearly a champion for all women. What an inspiration. (Mediaite)

From Petr: Everything I, an Italian, thought I knew about Italian food is wrong. (FT)

There’s a Snyder Cut joke in Barbie, and despite nobody knowing what it is, you can already guess how that’s going over. (Forbes)

Oh, hey, Ariana Grande got a divorce, too, but unlike Joe and Sofia, I didn’t even know she was married or who the heck her husband is. Some guy. (TMZ)

Are you looking for a challenge to help meet your 2023 reading goals? Cannonball Read’s low-key, yearlong Passport Reading Challenge is at the halfway point, but you can join at any time. (Cannonball Read 15)

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