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Tom Hiddleston Swears His Butt Isn't Dangerous, BUT HOW CAN WE BE SURE?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 21, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 21, 2016 |

Are Rooney Mara and Jake Gyllenhaal a thing? They went for a walk together, which is like one paparazzi step down from boning in the street. (Lainey)

Blink-182 broke up because of aliens. BUT DON’T CALL THEM ALIENS. They’re… something silly I don’t care enough about to go back and look up. (DListed)

Tom Hiddleston’s bum (#Hiddlesbum) was cut out of the American version of The Night Manager. Tom says he doesn’t get it, and swears his butt “is not dangerous.” But then why would AMC remove it? WHAT ARE THEY HIDING FROM US? (Bustle)

The Rock broke his 27-year-long candy abstinence for Jimmy Fallon. (Celebitchy)

You guys, today is a very important holiday and Daveed Diggs wants to help us celebrate!

There’s a fun new trend for TV presidents: Never being elected. (Uproxx)

Someone is trying to make blue wine (blusé?) the new drink of the summer. Excuse me while I vomit everywhere. (Observer)

Trump has finally apologized for repeatedly calling Elizabeth Warren “Pocahontas.” Yes, he apologized… to Pocahontas. And he’s definitely picturing an animated Disney character when he says this, right? (Mediaite)

Of COURSE Lin-Manuel Miranda got an A on his high school paper on Hamilton. (AV Club)

What a beautiful tribute for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter employee killed in Orlando.

I admit I’m totally ignorant of the details of the EU referendum, so I appreciate this superhero explainer. (Guardian)

These pop-culture themed restaurants are amazing. GET ME TO THAT GIGER BAR NOW, PLEASE. (Revelist)

"’One April afternoon, right after lunch, my husband announced that he wanted to leave me.’ On the surface, The Days of Abandonment by Elena Ferrante is a story that’s been told a million times…but Ferrante is a brilliant writer who can purposely pick up a stale story and hit all the expected notes, yet still create something original and moving." Cannonballer Doraemon gives this one five stars. (Cannonball Read 8)

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