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The Swifties Hate Julia Roberts Because She Tickled Travis Kelce

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 1, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 1, 2024 |


I’ve gone on record saying that a lot of the online hate that Taylor Swift gets is weird and borderline obsessive. She’s staying out of the notoriously complex Israel/Palestine situation? Oh my god, let’s hang her. That said, the Swifties can also blow things way out of proportion, like their current crusade against Julia Roberts for touching Travis Kelce. Let’s all try to go outside more, OK? Not me, of course, because the sun hurts my sensitive blogging skin, but everyone else. (Page Six)

Katherine Heigl really regrets writing that Grey’s Anatomy screed. (Celebitchy)

The NYT thinks we need to hear Bill Maher’s thoughts on Biden, which tells you everything you need to know about the current state of the NYT. (Wonkette)

Is Paul Mescal the indie Pete Davidson? Kayleigh investigates. (Daily Beast)

Jamie Foxx has finally opened up about his medical emergency, and the bad headache talk sure sounds like my man had a brain aneurysm. Yikes. (Rolling Stone)

RIP Redbox, a service I used to very much love. There were always coupons, so a $1.50 and a quick trip to Sheetz was an easy price to pay for a Blu-ray rental. (Gizmodo)

Antony Starr sees Homelander as more than a Trump parallel. (A.V. Club)

From Dustin: In 2019, there were 150 cases in which a minor received gender-affirming surgery. 97% — literally all but 4 — were chest reduction surgeries performed on cisgender men, meaning all this transphobic hysteria is over basically nothing. (Them)

Lupita Nyong’o says the cancer storyline in A Quiet Place: Day One was “therapeutic” after the loss of Chadwick Boseman. (Variety)

The Acolyte should indulge in the Knights of Ren lore. (Polygon)

What books do you wish you had access to as a teen? Kit Moonstar wishes she had had Lara Pickle’s cozy fantasy graphic novel, I Feel Awful, Thanks. “It is a gentle graphic novel about therapy and asking for help.” (Cannonball Read 16)