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Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, and Brad Pitt may have brought the throwback glamour to Cannes, but it’s Marion Cotillard who completely stole the show and the festival in my eyes. The photos and background reactions of her in a midriff-baring Balmain look at the premiere of Xavier Dolan’s Matthia…

This is the first photo Miranda Lambert has posted of her husband since the wedding announcement in February (it’s the last photo in the album). They’ve been married 4 months on May 26. Do you think they celebrate monthly anniversaries? For sure.

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He’s a real-live showrunner! This week’s Show Your Work is a special pleasure for both of us; for me, because our guest, Michael Grassi, is not just a writer and co-executive producer on Riverdale AND the showrunner of the upcoming CW show Katy Keene, also based on a character from the Archie Comics…

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Lea Seydoux’s Louis Vuitton ensemble in Cannes was, how you say, tragique. [Red Carpet Fashion Awards]
Lindsay Lohan responds to Paris Hilton’s diss. [OMG Blog]
Lainey’s back today & her mom is okay, yay! [LaineyGossip]
Lil Nas X bought Billy Ray Cyrus a Maserati, OMG. [Dlisted]
What will Don Trump Jr’s book title be? [Pajiba]
Did YouTube star David Dobrik really marry his friend’s mom? [Starcasm]
More photos of Michael Fassbender & James McAvoy. [Tom & Lorenzo]
Mario Batali has been charged with assault. [Jezebel]
Jamie Foxx messed up a line on live TV. [Seriously OMG]

(Lainey: this piece was written by guest contributor Jessica Goldstein. Jessica is currently the Culture Editor for ThinkProgress and she’s written for Vulture and The Washington Post. That’s how I met Jessica – she wrote a profile on me and LaineyGossip.com for WaPo last year and I’m so excited to …

Queen Letizia attends ‘Exceptional Women, the value of an opportunity'

Even though I gossip professionally, I literally blank out on so many entertainment/upcoming movie stories. I think I heard a while ago that James Cameron was producing yet another Terminator film and that Linda Hamilton was coming back to the franchise and I immediately forgot it? And then when I saw this trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate I was surprised anew, yet not shocked. Linda Hamilton is back as Sarah Connor and I still don’t understand the timeline AT ALL. Where does this film fit in the main Terminator timeline? I think it’s supposed to fit between T2 and T3? Because in T3 (Rise of the Machines), isn’t Sarah Connor already dead? Or is this an alternate timeline? Why do I care so much? IDK. Anyway, enjoy:

First of all, I like that Linday Hamilton’s Sarah Connor looks ragged. She looks every year of her 62 years. She looks like she’s been running and preparing for the apocalypse for decades. Second of all, the young female “protective” Terminator was so familiar to me but I couldn’t place her – that’s Mackenzie Davis, best known to me as the co-lead in Tully (which is an underrated film). She was also in Halt and Catch Fire, a show I didn’t watch.

As for Arnold coming back to this franchise… I mean, the man can still take a drop kick and not even move. Obviously, he’s still up for it. And the other Terminator models… I just don’t get the plot. At all. Does this timeline have nothing to do with any of the other Terminator movies? Damn.

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Queen Letizia attends ‘Exceptional Women, the value of an opportunity'
Queen Letizia attends ‘Exceptional Women, the value of an opportunity'

Fresh Air Fund

Here are some photos of Kris Jenner at the Fresh Air Fund’s event on Wednesday night. Her date was her boyfriend Cory Gamble, and I still can’t believe they’re together, but sure. Look at Kris’s ‘80s outfit – the sleeves, the neckline, the patterned pantyhose, it all looks so OG 90210. Which is weird, because even though Kris’s heyday was legitimately the ‘80s, I’ve appreciated the fact that she had somewhat modern style. Anyway, while she attended this event, she chatted with Entertainment Tonight about her newest grandbaby, Psalm West. I still CANNOT with that name. But Kris apparently likes it.

Kris Jenner is spilling details on what inspired Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West’s new baby’s name. ET caught up with the Keeping Up With the Kardashians matriarch at the Fresh Air Fund’s Annual Spring Benefit honoring Tommy Hilfiger on Wednesday, where she gushed about her “adorable” new grandchild. Last week, Kim shared the first photo of her newborn son and revealed his name: Psalm West.

“The inspiration was the Book of Psalms in the Bible,” Jenner revealed to ET. “I think it’s just a wonderful way to celebrate how they feel. And he’s such a blessing, so it’s perfect.”

As for what the cutest thing baby Psalm has done so far, Jenner said “I don’t know, he’s just adorable!”

[From ET]

“I think it’s just a wonderful way to celebrate how they feel.” Is it though? There are so many Biblical names and Biblical nouns to choose from and they chose PSALM. I just can’t. Still. I was trying to remember how I felt about all of their other baby names initially, and from my memory, I actually defended Chicago/Chi and I actually thought Saint West sounded sort of cool. As I’ve said before, I’m really jealous of the West surname because it makes almost every first name sound great. But PSALM? No.

Psalm West pic.twitter.com/F0elQd1cJq

— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) May 17, 2019

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Queen Letizia attends ‘Exceptional Women, the value of an opportunity'

I enjoy checking in on Spain’s Queen Letizia every now and then for some fashion photos. The Spanish Queen is usually pretty busy these days, and she racks up several big appearances every week, it feels like. I wouldn’t say that she’s the most fashion-forward royal woman we cover, but the nature of the royal job is to err on the conservative, professional-looking side, and Letizia usually has that covered. Except I hate her look today.

Apparently, this Zara thing isn’t even a new-to-us look, it’s a repeat. And it’s a cheap repeat at that. This retails for £10! Which you might think, “hey, for about $15, I would wear that.” But that’s because you think it’s a dress. It’s not. It’s a onesie-jumpsuit with knee-length blousy shorts. And the ruffles on the sleeve are absolutely murdering my soul. This is so ugly and cheap-looking. I appreciate that she mixes and matches designer looks and cheap mass market stuff, but this is such a giant NO.

Queen Letizia attends ‘Exceptional Women, the value of an opportunity'

Another look from Letizia this week: she stepped out on Monday in this Sandro frock which I find too busy, but it looks very “royal.” It looks like something the Duchess of Cambridge would wear, right? And Princess Victoria of Sweden already wore it.

11th Annual Social Projects Awards of Banco Santander

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Queen Letizia attends ‘Exceptional Women, the value of an opportunity'
Queen Letizia attends ‘Exceptional Women, the value of an opportunity'
Queen Letizia attends ‘Exceptional Women, the value of an opportunity'

Keanu Reeves is currently king of the box office as John Wick 3 took down Avengers: Endgame last weekend with a $57 million opening take supported by strong reviews – Sarah loved it and called it the best of the franchise so far. Which is an achievement. How often is the third film in a series the b…

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Tune in to catch @official_cathcartrobbins new podcast The Only One In The Room . I’m her guest on today’s episode ! Link in bio ??#myfirstpodcast #theonlyoneintheroom #chrysalis

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In 2001, Rebecca Gayheart struck and killed a nine-year-old boy walking home from school when she failed to stop and passed around other cars which had stopped for him. (She states it was not a crosswalk as reported.) I just read the original People article about it and am sick to my stomach. Jorge Cruz Jr. was normally walked to and from school by his mother, but the day her son was killed she had to stay with her daughters at a clinic while they were being vaccinated. The little boy was struck and killed by Gayheart right outside his home. The people article reports “Instead of stopping, says the police account, Gayheart moved left into the turning lane, passed the other vehicles and struck Jorge Jr. directly across from his apartment building.” Gayheart paid $10,000 in funeral expenses and plead no contest to vehicular manslaughter, to which she received three years probation, a one year suspended license, and community service. She settled a lawsuit with the boy’s family out of court.

Rebecca was a guest on the Only One in The Room podcast where she talked about the accident for the first time since it happened. I listened to some of it after reading People’s recap because I wanted to see if she really did sound like she was painting herself as the victim of an accident. She did sound like that, however she gives details about the accident which, if true, make it sound like she’s less at fault. The host of the podcast, Laura Cathcart Robbins, frames it like something that happened to Rebecca too. She said “Rebecca was the driver of a car that was in the accident, and this accident resulted in the death of a nine-year-old year.” This is the first time Rebecca has spoken about it. That talks starts at 12 minutes into the podcast and here’s what she said.

Can you tell us at all about the accident?
I had a very terrible accident happen. A nine-year-old child died. Everything changed from that. I still have trouble talking about it. That changed me. Luckily I came out the other side and really positive things have happened in my life since then. I still struggle with it. I still replay it in my head, ‘if I stopped at the gas station maybe I wouldn’t have been on that street.’ Those things never go away. They stay with you forever. I did not cope very well after. It took a year and a half… I just didn’t want to live after that. I spent a year just trying to kill myself basically, by doing every self destructive thing a person can do. I didn’t understand any of it. I had led sort of a charmed life up until then, even though I grew up dirt poor… I moved to NY… got a career going. It just turned my world upside down and I lost faith in everything. I questioned God, why me, why Jorge, why did something like this have to happen? I still have those questions, but today I am able to… realize that I deserve to be happy and that I am meant to be on this planet and that I have a purpose and I’m making living amends for that even though it was an accident.

She admits she passed other stopped cars but says she would have hit them if she stopped
I will say this right now, because this was the mistake that I made. If a car in front of you hits their brakes and they stop. You don’t go around them to avoid hitting them you hit them because there’s a reason they’re stopping. You can’t go around a car that stops abruptly in front of you because they’re stopping for a reason.

It was a soccer ball, he went chasing the soccer ball. All the cars screeched to a stop and you know. I know it’s an accident but you still go ‘I wish I would have stopped for that pack of cigarettes down the street’ or I wish I was smarter in the moment. I do not want to make this about me. I can’t imagine what his parents are still feeling like.

[From The Only One Podcast via People]

The host, Laura, also praised Rebecca for staying with the boy after she hit him, for going to the hospital afterwards and for taking responsibility. She also said that anyone could have done that. That’s true somewhat, a lot of people get distracted while driving and Rebecca wasn’t on her phone at least. The detail about the boy chasing the soccer ball is new, that was not in People’s 2001 report about the accident, but they did say that he loved soccer. After that Rebecca said that her community service work with homeless people helped her “come out the other side, because they had every terrible thing happen in their life.

I wish she would have framed this differently and taken more ownership of it, but if it happened the way she’s describing it makes more sense. This wasn’t some random thing that happened to her or something the car did though. She drove poorly and made a terrible decision in the spur of the moment that ended up costing a mother her child. I guess it’s much harder to say that you are so sorry and admit to yourself that you killed someone than it is to consider yourself the victim too. She came across somewhat better than I expected, but she’s very self-absorbed.

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