Tennis Star Novak Djokovic Really Respects Womenfolk for Dealing with All Those Hormones
With Vivian on vacation, I’ll be handling Pajiba Love for a bit. You know what that means. Literally nothing but Lady Gaga news and Britney Spears gifs for the next week. SUCK IT.
Novak Djokovic, who plays that manliest of sports, tennis, believes male players should make more than female players. But he really has to give it up to the ladies because of the challenges we face. Specifically, the hormone kind. No, seriously, that’s a real thing he said. This whole article should be read with your face in your palm. (Guardian)
Is Ben Affleck’s big stupid “bless his heart” tattoo real? Fake? About to be removed “Wino Forever” style? (LaineyGossip)
How good is Hamilton? Good enough that Amy Schumer went to see the show and tipped her bartender $1000 on a $77 bill. You go, Hamilton bartender. You did not throw away your shot. (Vulture)
OK, babychild Kate McKinnon cosplaying as Dana Scully is the best thing you’ll see all day. All day. (Fashionably Geek)
Mimi might need to emancipate from her manager. (DListed)
Fox News thinks Donald Trump has a “sick obsession” with Megyn Kelly. We turn to our political correspondent Britta Perry with a response to this allegation. (Us Weekly)
Cannonballer baxlala doesn’t read a lot of Fantasy novels. "It’s not because I don’t like them. Fantasy is one of those genres that I enjoy when I accidentally start reading it but, when I go looking for it, I have a hard time deciding what to read." Good thing she stumbled onto A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas at the beginning of CBR8. Well, maybe not that good, since she is still waiting for the sequel to this four-star book. (Cannonball Read 8)
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