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Jimmy Kimmel Told HuffPo to 'Fuck Off' & You Can Start Expecting a New Batch of Breakup Songs From Taylor Swift

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 2, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 2, 2016 |

Helena Bonham Carter + adorable fuzzy animals = maybe my favorite magazine covers ever. (Go Fug Yourself)

Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris have broken up. So we can probably expect a wave of new breakup songs from her and a lot of… whatever it is he does from him. (Lainey)

Sure, we as humans feel way too entitled to celebrities’ personal information, but this is not that. Jimmy Kimmel was clearly making an innocuous joke about Megan Fox’s pregnancy, and HuffPo just went full HuffPo on him. So he responded the only appropriate way he could: by publicly telling them to fuck off. (Mediaite)

Baby Goose is giving the world more fuel to keep Feminist Ryan Gosling going for the foreseeable future. (Celebitchy)

A Hamilton photo shoot looks as fun as I would have imagined.

Okay @markseliger you win for best job in the world. Shooting the brilliant @hamiltonmusical cast for @Rollingstone

A video posted by Jessica Seinfeld (@jessseinfeld) on

Are Preacher’s departures from the comics making it a better show? (Uproxx)

King Tut’s Space Dagger sounds like the most spectacularly terrible SyFy show. (Gizmodo)

The “Chewbacca Mom” is a beautiful example of how a simple act of sharing your joy can bring a flood of good things into your life. She’s like a vision board personified. (Mashable)

Ruth Bader Ginsberg is blazing new trails in the entomology world now. (Daily Dot)

Here’s what grown-up Draco Malfoy and his son (Scorpius, *EYE ROLL*) look like in the Harry Potter play. (CBR)

Fellow over-empathizers, we now have our perfect descriptor: Clueyness. (Wait But Why)

Robbie Clark is a cousin of Cannonballer katie71483 who just published his own biography and who happens to be autistic. By turns heartbreaking and bursting with positive energy, In My Words: Stories of an Autistic Boy got a five-star review. If you’d like to support Robbie, you can order his book for your Kindle via Amazon or by Robbie’s website. (TIP: If you order a paper copy via his website, Robbie will inscribe it any way you like with a personal message.) Read more at katie71483’s review. (Cannonball Read 8)