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While Auditioning For the Role of Tom Cruise's Scientology Wife Is Not the Time For Honesty

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 2, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 2, 2016 |

Ellie Kemper had a baby! And, in true Andromedon fashion, Tituss Burgess shared all the info. (DListed)

Kesha has dropped her California suit against Dr. Luke, and of course his team is using this to discredit everything she’s ever said. (BuzzFeed)

An actress and comedian now has a one-woman show about how she tanked her audition to be Tom Cruise’s wife and lost about a million dollars in the process. It would sound far-fetched if we hadn’t heard this story SO MANY TIMES already. (Celebitchy)

I do not like anything about Justin Bieber, but hearing the lesser Hemsworth singing along in the car does make me like Liam more. (Lainey)

Aww, Cara Delevigne looks like she snuck out of her mom’s house to go to her first rec center punk show. (Go Fug Yourself)

In case you can’t recognize them out of character, this is Yara Greyjoy fangirling all over Stranger Things’ Eleven. Just to make sure we’re all on the same page in our crossover desires.

If you’ve ever seen Cher tweet, you know that she hates Trump as much as she loves emojis and the caps lock button. And now her words (and tiny pictures) are available as campaign merchandise. I’m with (C)her. (Revelist)

Here’s a really awesome, very simple explainer of the difference between sexy female comic book characters (who doesn’t love those?) and pure objectification. No one’s even trying to take away the tit windows! (Heroic Girls)

Can, the internet’s lie detector, continue to exist in a a world where, as the founder puts it, “The bilge keeps coming faster than you can pump”? (Guardian)

If you’re heading to Rio for the Olympics, everything should be totally fine. You know, just as long as you don’t ingest more than three teaspoons of water. (ABC)

Don’t let the stick figures fool you. This exploration of what the wage gap actually means is so dense, and so mind-blowing, I’ve had the tab open since yesterday morning, and have had to read it in multiple installments. (Vox)

To follow up her Cannonball Read missives to Jane Eyre, Sense and Sensibility, and Pride and Prejudice, the always hilarious narfna has penned another letter to (most of) the characters in a Jane Austen book, this time: Mansfield Park. It kicks off with "Dear Sir Thomas, I think I’m supposed to like you, but I don’t," and it only gets narfna-ier from there. (Cannonball Read 8)