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Who Wants to Hear Rudy Giuliani Taking a Leak in Court?

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 21, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 21, 2024 |


So remember in The Naked Gun when Leslie Nielsen’s Frank Drebin takes a leak during a press conference but forgets to turn off his mic? Well, Rudy Giuliani reportedly did that in court on Tuesday. There’s audio bouncing around Twitter of the alleged act, but the fact that I said Twitter means you should take all of this with a huge grain of salt. I would not be surprised if this was a prank, but I also wouldn’t be surprised that Rudy was so sauced out of his mind that this really happened. 50/50 odds. (Daily Beast)

Has Ayo Edebiri and Jeremy Allen White’s professional and onscreen relationship become more personal? (Lainey Gossip)

Eddie Vedder calls Harrison Butker as he sees him. (Wonkette)

Roxana wrote a bitchin’ essay about how X-Men ‘97 told The Avengers they suck. What were those dorks even doing? (Vulture)

Shane Gillis totally got canceled, alright. Look at all this canceling. (Variety)

In the latest issue of her newsletter, Kayleigh talked about Amal Clooney, Vogue’s profile of her, and the perils of trying to juggle being a celebrity with a deeply political occupation. (Substack)

Congratulations, Bluey, it’s your turn in the Willy Wonka Experience barrel. (Kotaku)

From Emma: Julia Fox says celibacy is her way of taking back control after the overturning of Roe v. Wade. (YouTube)

Marvel’s X-Men movie finally has a writer, and good luck to that poor bastard after X-Men ‘97 ripped the roof off. Have we raved about that show enough? I don’t feel like we’ve raved about it enough. (THR)

Matthew Perry’s death has sparked a joint LAPD and DEA investigation. Yikes. (Deadline)

Amber Rose is voting for Donald Trump now, which means Kanye is contagious. Slowly, slowly contagious. Let’s quarantine Kim Kardashian just to be safe. (Page Six)

AndtheIToldYouSos suggests that if you are going to read Helen Oyeyemi’s book about a book that is different for every reader, Parasol Against the Axe, that you let it sweep you away. “Every time I think that I may have Helen Oyeyemi figured out she hits me with another blast of wild magic.” Which author’s wild rides do you recommend? (Cannonball Read 16)