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Where Were You When Shakira Took a Dump on ‘Barbie’?

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

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


Shakira has made a late and unfortunate entry into the Barbie discourse, and well, let’s just say Ben Shapiro is probably one very engorged little elf right now. (THR)

Bennifer: Part Deux has officially outlasted OG Bennifer. (Lainey Gossip)

Joe Biden acknowledged both Easter and Trans Visibility Day, which fell on the same date this year, so you can probably guess how the most gullible and bigoted people on the planet reacted. (Wonkette)

From Roxana: How David Dastmalchian and Trent Reznor tamed their demons. (Interview)

When Goop squats down on a steam vent full of mugwort, it’s for the benefit of one man and one man only, OK? (Vanity Fair)

Bill Maher continues to be the worst. (Uproxx)

From Tori: When video game news doesn’t suck: Alan Wake himself (ish) wrote a letter to the Helldivers 2 team! (Yahoo)

How Vice became a “f*cking clown show.” (The Verge)

Patricia Richardson says Tim Allen is “lying” about the Home Improvement reunion he’s constantly threatening everybody with. (TVLine)

From Chris: What happens when Jonathan Demme remakes Charade as a French New Wave thriller? The answer is The Truth About Charlie, a film Why Did We Watch This discusses this week! We struggle to define “French New Wave” and have a good giggle. (Apple)

Truth Social’s stock price took a massive nosedive on Monday and nothing of value was lost. (Mediaite)

RIP, Gen V star Chance Perdomo. (The Wrap)

April is National Poetry Month! Tiny_bookbot was intrigued by Stephen Sexton’s debut poetry collection, If All the World and Love Were Young, which weaves together this world and the world of Super Mario Brothers. “It could all be such a dumb gimmick, but in Sexton’s hands it’s serious and genuine-not perfect, but somehow surprising and heartbreaking and excellent.” Whose poetry do you read? (Cannonball Read 16)