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Yes, Kanye's Mom-Angel Video Game Is a Real Thing, And It Looks Totally Bananas

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 14, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 14, 2016 |

Here are the best and worst dressed of the Tonys, from Angelica Schuyler to all eight dresses Cate Blanchett couldn’t choose between before just mashing them into one. (Go Fug Yourself)

Bad news for all of you ladies who were hoping to have a chance at making the worst decision a human could possibly make: Charlie Sheen says he’s never getting married again. (DListed)

Kanye has been talking about this video game for a while now, in which you play his late mother, as an angel, trying to get to heaven. It looks gorgeous and totally insane. So, basically, Kanye’s exact, consistent aesthetic. (Nerdist)

It’s good to know that Neil Patrick Harris’ incredible bone structure continues all the way up to the tip top. (Celebitchy)

Some weird stuff between Tig Notaro and Amy Schumer. (Lainey)

If you only click one link today, make it this one. This 13-year-old did stand-up on America’s Got Talent, and got a giant standing ovation for her DIVINE Trump joke. (GossipCop)

This is heatrbreaking.

I love this piece about black women and white feminism as seen through the brilliant lens of UnREAL. (Revelist)

Has TNT really made a show worth watching? (Uproxx)

When Ed O’Neil and Britney Spears meet, who would you expect to not recognize the other? (BuzzFeed)

I can’t think of a better follow-through to a blatantly “No Duh” headline. (Medium)

Sophia was dreading her book club’s pick, The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey. "Ugh, four hundred pages of a snowgirl/fairy tale book." In the end though, it was a happy surprise. Has your book club ever pushed you into reading something you wouldn’t pick? How did that turn out? (Cannonball Read 8)

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