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Rest In Peace, Tanya Roberts

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 4, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 4, 2021 |


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So, remember how Bond girl and That ’70s Show star Tanya Roberts reportedly died yesterday? She got better. (TMZ)

Update: Now she has officially passed away. (TMZ)

Personally, I thought it was weirder that Jennifer Lopez’s New Year’s Eve performance was sponsored by Planet Fitness. Come breathe heavily indoors during a pandemic for only a fraction of the price! (Lainey Gossip)

I think Zöe Kravitz is trying to tell us something about her ex. (Dlisted)

Jane Seymour spills the tea on boning Christopher Reeve and Joe Lando. And if you don’t know who the last one is, please, keep it to yourself. I’m not old! (Celebitchy)

COVID-19 relief funds reserved for underserved Black people and businesses in Oregon are now in jeopardy thanks to conservative dickbags. (The Root)

Over on IGN, Kayleigh wrote about how the success of Bridgerton could pave the way for more expansive romance novel adaptations in the mold of superhero franchises, and a lot of men got very mad. (IGN)

From Kristy: This interview with Best Supporting Actress contender/Borat 2 star Maria Bakalova is almost infuriatingly charming. (LA Times)

Danny Masterson’s alleged victims have to go through a mediation process within the Church of Scientology. Are you freaking shitting me? (Variety)

The Daily Wire is making movies now, and its first one is about a school shooting? Oh goddammit. (Deadline)

Thomas Kinkade retured from the dead to make over-priced The Mandalorian paintings. Hey, who hasn’t, amirite? (Thomas Kinkade)

They came for the Speaker, and missed: Why the #ForceTheVote campaign failed so spectacularly. (Reclaim the Fight)

New Cannonballer, Jenna, got the recommendation for T. Kingfisher’s The Hollow Places from BookTuber Kayla of BooksandLala who didn’t think it was scary. "Clearly we have different definitions of "scary," because of the ~10-hour audiobook…I had honest-to-god vertigo for about 8 hours of it, I was so freaked out." Do you follow any BookTubers or Bookstagrammers? (Cannonball Read 13)

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Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.



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