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Madonna Doesn't Exactly Turn Down Marilyn Manson's Offer to 'Fornicate' & Who Thought It Was Okay to Let Lindsay Lohan Work at a Preschool?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 11, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 11, 2015 |

Is Billy Zabka remaking The Fresh Prince of Bel Air as payback for Will Smith’s Karate Kid? This feels like the most perfect act of vengeance imaginable. (Uproxx)

Most of the women at the Pitch Perfect 2 premiere look amazing. And then there’s Elizabeth Banks. (Go Fug Yourself)

Lindsay Lohan is still trying to complete her court-ordered community service hours. (She’s done nearly ten in three years— almost there, Linds!) And apparently someone has given up on the children of the world enough to let her do those hours at a PRESCHOOL. If anyone actually believed she would show up, this would be upsetting. (NYDN)

If anyone’s in the market for a career change, “puppet sex choreographer” sounds like an interesting choice. (Esquire)

Marilyn Manson did an interview a while back in which he said that he would love to “fornicate” with Madonna. Madonna either just got word of it or just got her bearings, and she doesn’t exactly say no. (Celebitchy)

Did no one explain to Sienna Miller that puppies eventually turn into fully grown adult dogs? She’s ditching her Newfoundland because surprise! Those little puppies turn into huge-ass dogs. Not cool. (Daily Mail)

In fact, these Canadian Stormtroopers and friends REALLY don’t approve of Sienna Miller. They want you to adopt all the animals. (PetaPixel)

Here’s the history of the entire Marvel Universe, from Infinity Stones to Ultron, in 13 minutes. (The Verge)

Speaking of Marvel, we keep begging for female character toys, and they keep coming back with a resounding EFF YOU. (Mary Sue)

Because you can never have too many analyses on the wonder that is Amy Schumer. (New Yorker)

Oh, that’s right. Racist comedy isn’t a new concept for Adam Sandler movies. (Daily Dot)

Zirza says that Brighton Rock is not a cheerful novel, nor is it a very good advertisement for Brighton, but the author’s vivid portrayal of the characters and the town still make it worth five Cannonball Read stars. Find out what else this book set in 1930s Brighton has going for it. (Cannonball Read 7)