Beyonce Has Words for Kanye, and What Are You Even Doing, Trump?
The back-to-back losses of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher were absolutely tragic, but the fact that they’re having a joint funeral? It seems sweetly fitting. (DListed)
Beyonce reportedly called Kanye and Kim Kardashian “talentless and pathetic,” and that’s really not nice! I will find a way, however, to withhold judgment. (Jezebel)
Look, I dunno where this is coming from, but the last few days (weeks? this year?) has seen some foolishness with people taking issue with others who are saddened by the loss of celebrities. Get the fuck outta here with your grief policing, people. (The Mary Sue)
Drake and J.Lo made out last night. At a prom-themed party. 2016 ain’t all bad. (Lainey)
If you’re looking for a horror movie to ring in the new year, here’s six suggestions. (FSR)
And I’d just about decided to cut ties with Hulu. Damnit. (Flavorwire)
Mark Shrayber drank a gallon of eggnog on Christmas Day. Somehow, he survived it. Briefly, it sounds like he would have preferred not to have. (Uproxx)
Oh and also, here’s the biggest box-office bombs of 2016. Kaboom. (Uproxx)
Jan Chamberlin — a member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir — has quit the group rather than perform at Trump’s inauguration. In other news, Jan Chamberlin is another of the year’s heroes. The Republican party should take cues from Mormons like Chamberlin and Evan McMullin, who refuse to sell out their values for political or financial gain. (Vulture)
Finally: Jesus. JESUS.
Trump pinned his tweet and Russia retweeted it. Go home, everyone. pic.twitter.com/N6Isp5zJp8— Eric Geller (@ericgeller) December 30, 2016
Guys. I'm generally YAS WE CAN DO THIS - and we can - but we need to understand: we officially have a traitor about to run the country. pic.twitter.com/baL2J05ddF— Celeste P. (@Celeste_pewter) December 30, 2016
Whatever Putin has on Trump must be awful. Like "prefers the prequels to the Original Trilogy" levels of awful.— Ryan McGee (@TVMcGee) December 30, 2016
He pinned a tweet complimenting Putin. The president elect of the United States of America. This is beyond surreal.— Lexi Alexander (@Lexialex) December 30, 2016
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