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The New Taylor Swift Boyfriend Just Dropped

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 12, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 12, 2023 |


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After quickly ditching Matt Healy, Taylor Swift has reportedly been hanging out with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce over the past few weeks. I know literally nothing about this new crop of players, so is that bad? Good? Is the dude some sort of Aaron Rodgers space cadet is what I’m trying to get at. (Page Six)

Joe Jonas is furiously backpedaling after the Sophie Turner spin blew up in his face, and he got extremely lucky that Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, and Drew Barrymore stepped on all of the rakes. I honestly forgot this whole thing was even happening. (Lainey Gossip)

I keep forgetting to comment on this, but f*ck the little contrarian dork who tried to write a hit piece on Martin Short. I swear, these kids today… (Celebitchy)

The correct answer to “That Democrat Did Porns On The Internet!” is “YUP!” (Wonkette)

From Roxana: Your daily rage read: “How Columbia University ignored women, undermined prosecutors, and allowed one of its OB/GYNs to abuse hundreds of patients.” (Intelligencer)

The National Book Awards dropped Drew Barrymore as its host because she broke the picket line. Books said “union,” baby. (Instagram)

Amber Heard spent two whole months designing and commissioning an Overwatch costume to wear for Elon Musk. Hahaha, gross. (Kotaku)

Even Guillermo del Toro can’t stop geeking out over the new Miyazaki film. (YouTube)

From Kayleigh: The king. (TIME)

Threads isn’t showing search results for “Covid” or “vaccines.” Oh, great. (Gizmodo)

Hot damn, Jill Duggar called out her dad for, and I quote, “treat me worse than you treat my pedophile brother.” Burn him to the ground, lady. (PEOPLE)

As part of the CBR15 Passport Challenge, wicherwill read a friend’s recommended book Red Plenty by Francis Spufford. “It’s a different take on the Soviet Union, painted not with satire but not with nostalgia/wistfulness either?” Where do you get your best book recommendations? (Cannonball Read 15)

From Andrew: It’s the news anchors laughing at the end that really makes this sing: