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The Taylor Swift Belly Button Mystery Is Solved, Plus Jamie Dornan's Publicist Reins Him In

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 25, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 25, 2015 |

Looks like Jamie Dornan is done blaming his wife’s feelings for his choices and is still contractually obligated totally excited for more 50 Shades. (DListed)

Dustin has all the Better Call Saul Easter eggs and callbacks you may have missed in this week’s episode (including a direct reference to The Sting). (Uproxx)

And over on Vanity Fair, Joanna has some truly spectacular Parks and Rec finale Easter eggs. My new fictional life goal is to find out what Jean-Ralphio champagne tastes like. (Vanity Fair)

The Fug Girls did just a crazy amount of Oscar coverage. Also, here’s a picture of Cher grabbing Oscar’s butt. (GFY)

One last bit of Oscars stuff and then I’m done, I promise (probably, maybe… I feel like I’m definitely going to break that promise). We may not have understood why Lady Gaga was singing the entire score from a 50 year old movie, but you have to admit, Gaga killed it. Oh, except Shonda Rhimes. She made it very clear that she 100% did not get it. At all. (HuffPo)

Lady Gaga is probably too busy to notice that Shonda didn’t approve, now that she’s gearing up to be on American Horror Story and all. (People)

Taylor Swift says she smiles in her sleep because of paparazzi stress dreams, which is now the new mental image I will forever use to cheer myself up. (Celebitchy)

Taylor Swift also explained why she released a photo of her belly button, so that mystery is solved. (Dlisted)

Nick Offerman made the best, weirdest, most phallic request for how to pay tribute to Harris Wittels. (Hollywood Reporter)

The New Yorker has a beautiful profile on the friendship and partnership of Key and Peele. (New Yorker)

Saban is trying really hard to get that Power Rangers fan film taken down. (Mary Sue)

These love letters from Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn should be repurposed into some sort of How To Get Your Man (and Then Be Beheaded By Him) dating advice book. (Phactual)

Attention Canadians! Cannonball Read has teamed up with HarperCollins Canada for a book giveaway of Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel, March’s CBR Book Club title. You don’t have to be registered for this year’s Read, but you do have to reside in the Great White North to enter (via Facebook, email, or Twitter) for this March 12 drawing. However, anyone can join in on the discussion of Station Eleven on March 9, so mark your calendar and stop by the group blog! (Rafflecopter)

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