Zoey Deutch Thinks James Franco is a Bad Kisser, and Best Chris 'Pisses' All Over Worst Chris' Birthday
Let’s go with a politics-free Pajiba Love today. Make this your safe space from the nightmare around you (but don’t forget to go back to the nightmare later, because we need you to help wake up the country).
Vulture does not oversell with this headline. She really means it: “Zoey Deutch Confirms Your Suspicion That James Franco Is Not a Good Kisser.” (Vulture)
Joshua Jackson (RIP) got a haircut. See? No politics! (Lainey)
Tommy Lee strikes back in his ongoing feud with his son, and wow. I mean, it’s a totally douchey thing to do as a father, but also, it’s an effective mic drop. (Celebitchy)
In fact, it reminds me of that Deion Sanders tweet to his son a few years ago.
No fast-food outlet does more disgusting experimentation than KFC, and its latest menu item is no goddamn exception. (Dlisted)
What? I love this Alison Brie dress. It that the dude in me talking, or is this not a smashingly lovely dress? (GFY)
This Black Widow movie is actually gonna happen, and they’ve narrowed it down to two directors (and they are both female). (FSR)
Warning: Sports Content, but I love any clip in which Colin Cowherd is roasted, even if it is by the next Cleveland Browns QB failure (no offense Baker Mayfield). (Deadspin)
Chris Evans trolling Chris Pratt with birthday dog piss is what Twitter was made for:
Lydia Hearst released a statement today defending her husband, Chris Hardwick, and as Tori noted, it’s “word salad.” (THR)
Have you guys heard of the Netflix movie, The Kissing Booth. I saw it earlier this week. It’s terrible, so why is it so insanely popular? (Uproxx)
I love this so much.
So my daughter sent home the best camp letter ever. pic.twitter.com/pBC4fyj3gn— Jeffrey Lazarus (@jlazarus001) June 19, 2018
Apropos of nothing, I also love this:
This is next-level woodwork 🔨 pic.twitter.com/5qbJgcxN0f— INSIDER (@thisisinsider) June 21, 2018
Happy LGBTQ Pride Month! Dome’Loki is happy her daughters read Raina Telgemeier’s graphic novels, and she especially appreciated that Drama, about a middle school play production, gave her an opening to talk about LGBTQ relationships. "While we have explained the terms gay and lesbian before, this book helped bring about another conversation and understanding of what those words mean." If you have kids in your life, how do you talk to them about LGBTQ issues? (Cannonball Read 10)
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