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Leonardo DiCaprio and Paris Hilton Fought Over a Purse & Someone Please Get Robin Thicke's Dog Away From Him, Immediately

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 19, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 19, 2015 |

Hollywood keeps trying to make Norman Reedus’ son a thing, and he keeps saying no thank you because he doesn’t want to “ruin his life” with fame. That is one crazy well-adjusted kid (who, yes, is also lucky enough to not need a Marvel movie college fund). (Uproxx)

Oh, just Emma Stone and a surprising breeze, delighting each other. (Go Fug Yourself)

FKA Twigs has to put up with a lot of racist bullshit in dating Robert Pattinson. (Lainey)

Taylor Swift talked to Maxim about feminism and nothing in that sentence makes sense. Someone messed up their celebrity Mad Libs, I think. (Celebitchy)

Speaking of Taylor Swift, she apparently does her own stunts. Including barreling head-first through walls, Hulk-style. (Superficial)

Apparently there’s a big hubbub in the Australian press about Rebel Wilson’s real age. The only reason I care is because I had never heard the term “tall poppy syndrome” and I’m pocketing that forever. (DListed)

Robin Thicke’s dog landed in the hospital twice in the span of a few days for ingesting pot. Look, I’m sure being high would make it easier to deal with the fact Robin Thicke is responsible for your life and care, but SOMEONE GET THAT ADORABLE DOG OUT OF THERE. (Defamer)

Leonardo DiCaprio stole Paris Hilton’s purse! By which I mean they both engaged in a pleasant, friendly auction and Leo won and they were both fine. ALLEGEDLY. (People)

Barack Obama joined Twitter, and immediately used the platform for its ultimate intended purpose: hilarious, catty feuds. (Uproxx)

Add one disappointed US Senator to the list of people who are officially washing their hands of Game of Thrones. (Vox)

’80s Vin Diesel would like to give you a breakdancing lesson. (Daily Dot)

Cannonballer Chatelaine has never been a serious graphic novel fan, but once in a while she hears of one that sounds up her alley like American Vampire Vol. 1. It’s set in two different places/time periods, with Scott Snyder writing the1920s-era and Stephen King the 1850s, and Rafael Albuquerque illustrating. "It’s fun, scary, striking, and a nice change of pace from the typical, well, anything really." (Cannonball Read 7)

No go, and be the Jaden Smith you wish to see in the world.

The Comeback…(Albino jacked the headgear)

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