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Tori Spelling Should Maybe Consider a Less Expensive Fetish

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 19, 2017 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 19, 2017 |

This made me ugly laugh! During the Sarasota Open, the loud sex-like noises weren’t actually coming from the players this time (side note: I used to cringe watching tennis with my dad when Monica Seles was playing, because seriously, she sounded like she was in a porno), but from near the players! - (Dlisted)

And in other tennis news, Serena Williams is pregnant. Yeah, Serena won the Australian Open while gestating a baby. What did you do today? - (HuffPo)

Tori Spelling says she has a house fetish. Cool. Maybe she should get a job fetish so she can afford a house? - (Celebitchy)

I have a Marvel shirtless scenes fetish, so this works out splendidly! - (Vulture)

This isn’t so much about Drew Barrymore’s choice in clothing, although I don’t think this is a good look, but really, most of what she wears is not super flattering but everything she wears is very Drew-ish, this is more for the “what the hell is this open shoulder bullshit trend”? I don’t like it. It’s dumb. I’m gonna’ need it to stop. - (GFY)

Canada, we’ve had this discussion before, stop being more adorable than we are! You already get better ice cream and a very attractive leader, can’t you just be satisfied with that? Nooooo, now you have literal beavers herding cattle. (warning - video autoplays) - (ABC)

So, only read this if you feel like getting pissed off and throwing an ashtray through a wall. It’s about sexism in Hollywood (which, I know, shocking!) and how Mel Gibson is a dickface (which, I know, shocking!) and how it’s totally ok to act like a dickface in a meeting if you’re a man, but it’s totally not cool to have a human emotion if you’re a woman (which, I know, shocking!) - (Lainey)

Voting closes today for Cannonball Read’s Non-fiction Book Club selection. Have you voted? A lot of good non-fiction books about Hollywood didn’t make the shortlist. Mark Harris’ Five Came Back is about five Hollywood directors who put their careers on hold to assist the US war effort during WWII. The book had been on jeverett15’s TBR list for a while, but he read it when he found out Netflix was about to release a documentary series based on the book. The book itself was uneven, and no word yet on the series. (Cannonball Read 9)

Finally, we’ll just leave you with these: The anti-Trump-ish S3 posters for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.





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