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Women, Please Do Not Take Gynecological Advice From Celebrities

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 28, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 28, 2016 |

Remember that episode of The Comeback where Valerie accidentally wears her Emmys dress backwards? Related: Tori Spelling found a way to get us to start talking about her again. (Go Fug Yourself)

Kim Kardashian and Kanye gave a big in-depth interview to Harper’s Bazaar, and some of their quotes are actually really endearing. There’s a level of self-awareness and honesty there that they don’t usually show, like with this, my #1 favorite Kanye quote ever: “I actually don’t like thinking… I do not like to think at all.” (Revelist)

I’m also— surprisingly— digging this Jared Leto interview (at least in pull quote form). It’s a nice break from him trying to convince us how craaaaazy his Joker is going to be. Although the story about hanging out with junkies and shooting water up his veins so as not to make them uncomfortable is a bit much. (Celebitchy)

And this is more Kardashian coverage than I feel comfortable with, but I guess it needs to be said that NO ONE WITH THAT LAST NAME SHOULD BE GIVING ANYTHING RESEMBLING MEDICAL ADVICE. Ladies, please don’t trust celebrities’ opinions with what to do with your hoo-has. (Daily Beast)

Here’s a Kardashian palate cleanser: John Cho calls George Takei his “beacon.” (Lainey)

Homoerotic subtlety is not really what Fallon and Fassbender were going for here, is it? (DListed)

Harry Styles is in the weirdest Twitter feud.

For the 2.6 million people who never finished Wayward Pines, here’s how it ended. (Uproxx)

Here’s a terrifying reminder to maybe not take our hobbies quite so seriously: a Heroes of the Storm player threatened to bring an AK-47 to Blizzard’s headquarters. Given the pretty terrible track record police and feds have in handling online threats and harassment, is it weird that his arrest is slightly heartening? (TechSpot)

Clear your schedules for the rest of the day, because this Prince-based reading list is your new priority. (The Undefeated)

The characters in Tony Tulathimutte’s Private Citizens are facing the just-graduated-and-I-have-no-idea-what-I’m-doing phase of life. Cannonballer Gabby N gives this one four stars, "It’s trendy to dismiss millennial malaise as a bunch of whining from spoiled brats, but Tulathimutte understands that it isn’t that simple. We were raised to believe that you earn a medal just for showing up, that you can be anything you want to be…and when it turns out that your life isn’t particularly special, you can’t shake the feeling that it’s your fault, somehow, that you’ve failed yourself and wasted your potential." Have you read this one? (Cannonball Read 8)

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