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Just when you thought Miranda Lambert was taking the Mess Crown this week, the Kardashian-Jenners and all their side players showed up to remind you that they know trash storylines better than anyone else. And you know what? Respect. No sarcasm. Somehow they continue to come to old new-old narrative…

Last month we kicked off Entertainment Self-Care with “super-soft” TV, the shows and programs that help us wind down after a long, probably bad, day in our nightmare dystopia reality. Your response was overwhelming, with lots of great suggestions pouring in for more super-soft watching. So here are …

This messy AF Oscar season will never end. The latest, with just four days until the ceremony, is that maybe the Oscars have a host after all, it’s just a SECRET HOST. This theory comes from Peter Knegt, who pondered on twitter whether or not Whoopi Goldberg might actually be hosting the Oscars on S…

It’s finally here! HBO has released our first glimpse of Veep’s farewell season, which promises its loveable mix of vulgarity, governmental hijinks, and Selina’s ragtag group of idiots who often stumble ass backwards into political success.

This time around, Selina (the one and only Julia Louis…

Ben Stiller reposted this from Ethan Hawke, and then Ethan commented, “There’s no secret handshake. There’s an IQ prerequisite, but no handshake.” Underrated line. It’s interesting to imagine where these characters would be today (not that I’m asking for a reboot or sequel), but Troy would definitel…

Lucas Hedges is on the cover of GQ’s spring fashion issue. The interview is nice, and Hedges comes off well, if a bit in-his-head, the way young artists can be. The photo spread is fun, with looks ranging from “1980s triple-divorcee” to “thrift store grandpa”. I appreciate the younger generation hav…

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In case you were wondering why “John Wayne” was trending on Twitter for like 24 hours, it’s because someone unearthed a terrible, racist, homophobic interview he did with Playboy in 1971. The quotes are terrible, but also… they’re not new? [Pajiba]
Here’s the trailer for the Leaving Neverland documentary. [Dlisted]
Armie Hammer is not going to be the next Batman… yet. [LaineyGossip]
Everyone looked kind of awful at the Hollywood Beauty Awards. [Go Fug Yourself]
Martina Navratilova is getting slammed for her comments on trans athletes. [Towleroad]
STFU Kellyanne Conway. [Jezebel]
Lisa Vanderpump is calling out bad dog parents. [Reality Tea]
Here’s the trailer for Benjamin. [OMG Blog]
A happy story from My 600 Lb Life. [Starcasm]

Hearing reports that John Wayne, who has been dead for 40 years, is cancelled

— Patrick Monahan (@pattymo) February 19, 2019

*quietly removes John Wayne/Ocasio-Cortez 2020 bumper sticker*

— Louis Karmstrong (@IanKarmel) February 19, 2019

It’s the week of the OSCARS! We’ve been doing this for a while, so we didn’t expect to be quite this excited, but between the honest-to-goodness race, the who-knows-what’s-gonna-happen, and Lainey’s new friend who might go with us to LA (check out her Instagram to be introduced), it promises to be a…

USA: Being Serena premiere at HBO

One of the greatest gossip joys of the past five years is seeing Serena Williams married to a guy who absolutely worships her. When Serena first met Alexis Ohanian, she wasn’t even into him. He pursued her, and she was like “eh, I guess.” She knew when he was about to propose to her and she basically had to give herself a pep talk about it, because her instinct was to just go it alone, and not even get married. They welcomed their amazing daughter Olympia in 2017, and Serena has spent the last year trying to get back to the top of the tennis world. While I would love to see them have another baby, I think she’s going to wait a while. And all of that is fine with Alexis, who speaks freely about how their marriage is mostly based on her wants and needs and her career. Alexis explained how he’s just here to support Serena in a new Glamour interview:

His marriage secrets: “It’s often the simpler things that are the most important. You have to show up. You have to be supportive. These are the things that matter.” Ohanian is known for his grand gestures of romance and admiration for Williams, like putting up billboards to celebrate her first tournament after giving birth to their daughter, or sweeping her off to Italy. Yet he insists it’s the little things that matter most in a relationship.

He introduced her to Google Calendar! “Comparing calendars isn’t romantic, but at the start of every year, Serena and I map out our schedules so ideally there isn’t more than a week that we go without seeing other,” Ohanian says about prioritizing physical time with his wife, who he introduced to Google calendar.

He puts Serena’s career over his own: “I’m not the one racking up trophies…at the end of the day sometimes her career really does have to come first. I try to be the most supportive partner I can be and to have conversations with her about her career goals and what she can do to reach them.”

He took 16 weeks of parental leave when his daughter was born: He credits parental leave as one of the “most fundamental ways to “show up” for your partner and your family.” He knows most fathers are not afforded the privilege of parental leave, or choose not to take it, but believes it’s the best thing for the child and the couple. “It was incredible to spend quality time with Olympia, and it was perhaps even more meaningful to be there for my wife and to adjust to this new life we created together—especially after all the complications she had during and after the birth.” He continues to split parenting duties, spending the day with Olympia when Serena has an intense training day or a photo shoot.

He makes pancakes every Sunday: “The real scoop on “going big” for my wife would never go viral—it’s our simple Sunday tradition,” he says about making pancakes for his family every Sunday, just like his Dad did when he was growing up. “There are no phones, just conversation. And we’ll spend the day together lounging around the house, or playing hide-and-seek, or go for a swim in the pool. Just being a family on those days means so much to both of us—more than a billboard, a video montage, or a whirlwind trip to Italy.”

[From Glamour]

My favorite thing in the world now is that Alexis introduced Serena to Google Calendar. Serena is quite techy in general – I’m surprised she didn’t already know about it. As for the rest of it… what I love most about Serena and Alexis’s relationship is the relationship role reversal – there are a million examples of couples who “make sense” because the wife/girlfriend makes her life all about HIS career, his stuff. That’s the story of nearly every powerful or accomplished man, especially in sports. Serena and Alexis work as a couple because they both understand that everything needs to be about HER and her career. It’s great that little girls and grown women get to see that kind of example of what a relationship and marriage can be too.

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USA: Being Serena premiere at HBO
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The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

In April it’ll be a year since Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan announced their separation. By all accounts, it’s been entirely amicable. They’re currently working out their divorce and custody agreement. A couple of weeks ago there were reports that Channing is asking for an official custody schedule…

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