What was Taylor Swift Thinking, getting into a dance-off with Tom Hiddleston? (HuffPo)
Lupita Nyong’o talked Broadway, representation, and healthy choices in a beautiful Lenny essay. (Lainey)
Woody Allen was asked in an interview how Soon-Yi has changed him as a person. All he could think of is how he changed her, and made her life better. It’s a really great portrait of what a loving father figure he is… to his wife. (DListed)
Hamilton’s Daveed Diggs was nominated for a Tony and this is how his brother and friend told him. That onesie tho. It’s killing me.
Solange Knowles really didn’t like someone at the Met Gala. (Celebitchy)
Lee Daniels has had to apologize for not having firm proof that Sean Penn is a sadistic abuser. (Jezebel)
Was the effort needed for a two-year cover up worth the Jon Snow death lies? (Vanity Fair)
I did not know that these sorts of roleplay-based subreddits existed. Things are predictably weird in the House Bolton one. (Uproxx)
More Hamilton news: Lin-Manuel Miranda celebrated May the Fourth in the perfect way: with a little help from JJ Abrams.
HOLY CRAP. I don’t know if this will be as exciting to non-theatre people, but John Boyega is going to be playing the title role in a new West End adaptation of the play Woyzeck. Woyzeck is an absolutely CRAZY role, full of rage and madness and murder and all kinds of powerful stuff. (Mary Sue)
When your debut novel makes the National Book Award Longlist, it must be something. Continuing with Cannonball Read’s recommendations for #IReadYA week, yesknopemaybe gives five stars to Becky Albertalli first novel, "… if you like Rainbow Rowell’s books, you’ll probably like Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. Although it’s a young adult novel, it’s not dumbed down, and the love story will make you swoon just as much as Fangirl or Carry On." Mention Rainbow Rowell, and we’re already swooning! (Cannonball Read 8)