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Los Angeles premiere of 'Can't Stop, Won't Stop: The Bad Boy Story'

Jennifer Lawrence & Cooke Maroney’s wedding will be very family-oriented, because sure, why is this newsworthy? [Jezebel]
Boris Kodjoe is Hot Guy Friday. [Go Fug Yourself]
David Benioff & Jason Momoa got into a slap fight? [Pajiba]
Wendy Williams’ husband was kicked off her talk show. [Dlisted]
Brie Larson looked like a real superhero in South Korea. [LaineyGossip]
This douchebag is the actual American ambassador to Germany. [Towleroad]
Tamra Judge accused Kelly Dodd of pushing her mom down the stairs. [Reality Tea]
Lily James’ pleated trousers are so dated. [Red Carpet Fashion Awards]
Summer Bunni joining Love & Hip Hop? [Starcasm]

Note: We won’t be posting this weekend for the Easter holiday (unless Meghan gives birth) but we’ll be back on Monday!

Mary Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen attend the Youth America Grand Prix ballet competition

For years now, it’s been pretty rare to see Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen walk a red carpet together. They maybe do it once a year on average, perhaps at the Met Gala or maybe at some random event that they’re involved with. Like this event last night: the Youth America Grand Prix’s 20th Anniversary Gala. MK and Ashley were each other’s dates, and they did the matchy-matchy goth thing and they posed the same way they always do – standing angled towards each other, faces close. They’re so creepy, it’s actually pretty funny.

I’m assuming both women were either in vintage or their own designs from The Row (or a combination of both). That’s the thing about their designs for The Row – they all look the same and they tend to all have that baggy, ill-fitting vintage vibe. I also think it’s interesting that suddenly, after years of NOT matching their hair colors, they both seem to be using the same colorist and the same shade of bronde?

Anyway, this post is just for EASTER WITCHES. Happy Good Friday and Happy Easter from the goth witch twins.

Mary Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen attend the Youth America Grand Prix ballet competition

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Mary Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen attend the Youth America Grand Prix ballet competition
Mary Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen attend the Youth America Grand Prix ballet competition
Mary Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen attend the Youth America Grand Prix ballet competition

Lori Loughlin at arrivals for Hallmark C...

Anne Hathaway covers the current issue of Boston Common (which is just Modern Luxury) to promote The Hustle. The Hustle is the lady-remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, with Anne and Rebel Wilson as the con artists hustling rich men. I’ve said before that I think the movie looks awesome and funny. Anne talks about a lot of different things in this piece, but I’m sure her talk about giving up booze will get the most attention. A few months back, Anne announced on The Ellen Show that she decided to give up booze for the entire 18 years that her son lived at home. It seemed like a strange vow to make for a non-alcoholic person – Anne has never been known as a lush or a partier, and she was probably at most a social drinker. Anne talks about that and more in this piece:

Playing con artists in Ocean’s 8 & The Hustle. “Normally, I am so strict with myself and my choices, but these two really yummy opportunities and fun characters came across my path. I thought, ‘OK, they are both con artists, but everyone can deal with it because I’m doing it.’”

On Rebel Wilson: “It was really hard not to break in front of her. Rebel has this gift where she pulls comedy out of the air—I don’t know how else to describe it. She is quite reserved in real life, which I was surprised by. There’s an understated quality to her—she keeps herself like a coiled spring. When it comes time for comedy, it just all comes out. I had a stifled belly laugh every single day.”

Her accent in the film: “I thought I was signing up for a breezy job. I thought I was going to show up, and Rebel was going to do the heavy lifting, and I was going to be the straight person and wear the fun outfits and have a few zingers here and there. But our director thought it would be funnier if my character had a British accent, so it became this high-wire act, and there was a lot more room for failure. I had to become very serious about the comedy.”

Announcing that she gave up alcohol: “I didn’t put [a drink] down because my drinking was a problem; I put it down because the way I drink leads me to have hangovers and those were the problem. My last hangover lasted for five days. When I’m at a stage in my life where there is enough space for me to have a hangover, I’ll start drinking again, but that won’t be until my kid is out of the house. But, I just want to make this clear: Most people don’t have to do such an extreme thing. I don’t think drinking is bad. It’s just the way I do it—which I personally think is really fun and awesome—is just not the kind of fun and awesome that goes with having a child for me. But this isn’t a moralistic stance.”

[From Boston Common]

When CB covered Anne’s announcement on the Ellen Show, CB talked about how she stopped drinking several years back too. I’ve also been almost entirely off booze for years now, minus a glass of port several Thanksgivings ago and a few wine coolers on Election Night 2016. The hangovers were one of my reasons too – I didn’t have five-day hangovers, but I had just gotten to an age where I didn’t want to wake up feeling like sh-t. I needed to break the cycle of even having a nightcap to help me sleep, because that nightcap affected the way I slept and how I felt in the morning. It was too much. So I sort of feel Anne – and hey, she might go back to booze once her kid’s in college.

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The Shops at Hudson Yards Grand Opening
The Shops at Hudson Yards Grand Opening

Kendall Jenner so happy with flowers

There are a lot of people saying “If Arya dies, we riot,” because we all feel pretty strongly about Arya Stark and her journey from precocious tomboy to “assassin badass for a death cult.” But because of the death that surrounds her these days, I’ve made my peace with the idea that Arya might not survive. Instead, all of my Arya-related feelings have been transferred onto Lady Lyanna Mormont, the child-warrior-badass in charge of House Mormont. Lyanna Mormont was amazing from her first ever scene on the show, when she authoritatively spoke down to Ser Davos, Jon Snow and Sansa Stark. Lyanna was also the one to nominate Jon Snow as King of the North, and she was the one who basically called him a foolish bitch for taking the knee to Daenerys. But I didn’t know much about the young woman, Bella Ramsey, who plays Lyanna. Turns out, she’s only 15 years old and she f–king loves her job. Some highlights from Bella’s interview with The Cut:

Whether she was surprised by Lyanna’s popularity: “I was. Yeah, I didn’t expect it at all. I just turned up, did my filming, and would see what happens. I wasn’t sure whether people would like her or not, because she’s quite a unique character. But I’m very glad and very grateful that people do like her.

What appealed to her about the character: “I respected her. She was just words on the page, but I really felt a sense of her. I was already rooting for her. She’s a badass…I like how strong she is — mentally, physically, personality-wise. I like how she sticks up for what she believes in, no matter the cost or the consequences. I really admire her confidence, how she can just stand up without flinching in front of all those people.

She hadn’t even seen GoT when she was hired: “I actually hadn’t seen Game of Thrones. Watching it now — I’ve still not watched it all, but the bits that I’ve watched — I feel like Brienne of Tarth [is my favorite]. They’re kind of kindred spirits. They’re both these females who are sticking up for what they believe in and proving that girls can be just as strong as boys, women can be just as strong as men.

Who she wants to come out alive: “I still haven’t watched it all because I’m only 15. So I didn’t really have a clue what was going on, but I really like Arya. She’s little and powerful. There’s this great line from the show Matilda: “Even if you’re little, you can do a lot. You musn’t let a little thing like this stop you.”

What lies in store for Lyanna: “I can’t really say anything. You’ll have to just wait and see.

What she’ll miss about playing Lyanna: “I think the opportunity to stand up in front of a load of grown men and shame them. I think playing confident characters also helps with your own confidence. Say you’re in a situation where you’re feeling anxious or nervous — you can become a character and work through it that way. I’ll miss that about her.

[From The Cut]

When Bella grows up, I hope she eventually sits down and watches the show from start to finish so she can understand just how amazing her character was in this GoT world, and how proud she should be for stealing every scene she’s in. Seriously, and now she’s in armor too for the final season. Lady Lyanna is going to kill some White Walkers, peeps. Lyanna and Ghost and Hot Pie are going to be on the Iron Throne and they will usher in a new era, a Mormont-Pie Renaissance.

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Kendall Jenner so happy with flowers
Vanderpump Cocktail Garden Opening
Vanderpump Cocktail Garden Opening

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Diane Keaton posted the photo above with a caption I’m translating for you in mixed case below. (Hers was all caps.) She was wearing a pair of wide-legged jeans with a black grommet belt, a black turtleneck and one of her signature hats, except this one was large enough to look like something Pharrell Williams would wear. Plus she had on a pair of black platform shoes. She was magnificent, people noticed, and she got all sorts of compliments during her trip to Wilmington, Delaware.

Regarding these pants: this is seriously true. I wore them on the plane. I wore them in the Hotel Dupont. I wore them in the Delaware Art Museum. I wore them on a long walk through the Wilmington streets. I’m wearing them on the train to NYC. I’ve never received more compliments on anything I’ve ever worn in my entire life.

Yes these pants are outrageous and they look like those skater jeans from the 90s, but she’s rocking that look. She knew enough to pare it down with her top and accessories and let the jeans stand out.

After that everyone asked Diane where she got them, including Debra Messing, Lisa Kudrow, Tracee Ellis Ross and Aubrey Plaza.

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Wait so do we know who makes them. #CommentsByCelebs

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Diane delivered! They’re Maison Margiela which means they’re unaccessible to us plebes. I checked and similar pairs are going for around $480 on Net-A-Porter. However I found a dupe on Modcloth for $99.

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THESE PANTS ARE GENIUS! THEY COULDN’T BE BETTER! THEY’RE THE BOMB! SO GLAD YOU LIKE THEM! THEY’RE @maisonmargiela #notanad

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As I often write, I’m an avid Goodwill shopper. I have a separate shelving unit just for jeans arranged by color and type with little labels (I have a labelmaker!) like “skinny,” “distressed,” “capris,” etc. I checked the “flares & bootcut” section, which has the most jeans I don’t wear. There is a nice pair of Joe’s flares in there that I’ve worn a few times and there’s bootcut Banana Republic jeans but nothing like this. I’m pretty sure I had jeans which were similar to Diane’s but I didn’t have the guts to wear them and donated them back. I’m going to look for jeans like that when I thrift! I know they’re huge and attention-getting, but they look amazing. I love that the 90s is back in fashion and I already rock the scrunchies, the velvet and the combat boots. May as well go all-in ridiculous jeans like this. Also I already have a grommet belt similar to that! I do.

This lady has STYLE

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Emma Roberts is a polka dot vision leaving the hair salon

This is a photo of Emma Roberts from a few weeks ago – this is maybe one of the cutest polka-dotted dresses I’ve ever seen in my life, and Emma completely ruined it with her hosiery and shoe choice. Damn, does this woman have ANY style? Anyway, we’ve been talking about Emma recently because she seems to have suddenly dumped Evan Peters (yet again, for the millionth time) and immediately jumped off with… Garrett Hedlund. They’ve been pap’d together a few times, like this stroll from last week:

Over 60 exclusive new pics! Emma Roberts & Garrett Hedlund pack on the PDA: https://t.co/kV8Wu9AqEm pic.twitter.com/WrKInnKAva

— ExtraTV (@extratv) April 10, 2019

The fact that Garrett is willingly participating in this kind of “look at us, we’re in a new relationship!” thing bugs me. Especially since it’s Emma Roberts, who… well, strikes me as a very high-strung, high-maintenance kind of person, let’s say it that way. She was once briefly arrested for assaulting Evan Peters, and she was also “the reason” why Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen are no longer together. She “do what she want,” yes, but it’s weird to me that Garrett is into it. And apparently he IS very into it.

Emma Roberts and Garrett Hedlund aren’t rushing things when it comes to their relationship. A source tells PEOPLE the two are taking it slow after Roberts, 28, broke off her engagement with longtime love Evan Peters.

“Emma is newly single and neither she nor Garrett are in the right headspace to be in a serious relationship,” says the source. “They’re just having fun hanging out and hooking up.”

Reps for Roberts and Hedlund did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s requests for comment.

[From People]

They’re not interested in a serious relationship? The pap strolls say something different. But sure, whatever. Maybe this is the game. Does Garrett know it’s a game? Is he just having fun and not taking it seriously? I hope so.

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Just five years ago, I genuinely believed that if I took care of myself with diet and exercise, everything would be a breeze from an ageing standpoint. I’ve grown less vain as I get older, so I don’t care so much about laugh lines and wrinkles and such. I thought, well, I use a good night cream, I work out four times a week, and my diet is somewhat okay, so I’ve got this whole “ageing” thing taken care of. But as I came closer to a big birthday last year, that sh-t started falling apart in ways I did not predict. I gained some weight in my midsection that won’t go away. I still use a good night cream but I can still see the lines around my eyes and they bug. But the worst thing is that my body is just… not the same. I can’t work out the same way or with the same intensity. My feet hurt (arthritis), my shoulders hurt (sitting at a desk/big boobs) and the worst thing is my knees suck now. My knees are a suckfest. Why didn’t anyone tell me that I would waste so much brainspace thinking about my knees at this point in my life? Well, Zoe Saldana and I are the same. She didn’t believe this sh-t could happen to her either, and her knees are a suckfest too.

Zoe Saldana is celebrating her birthday this summer, although the actress isn’t exactly looking forward to it. The 40-year-old Missing Link star turns 41 on June 19 and jokes to PEOPLE she’s “not thrilled about that.”

“You know, my mother said once when I was growing up, she goes, ‘I blinked and I was old,’” says Saldana. “I was like, ‘Ew. It’s never gonna happen to me.’”

The star, who is now a mother of three boys, admits she looks back at her mother’s comments with more understanding.

“I’m like, ‘Oh, that’s what that blink meant. That’s what she meant she when she said, ‘I blinked,’” she says. And as for what she feels reflects her age? “My knees hurt,” Saldana says laughing. “When I squat to pick up my children and I’m there for longer than a minute,” she says. “I don’t just like bounce off like, ‘Hey!’ If I bounced off I’d pull a charley horse.”

“My circulation isn’t as sharp. I drink one glass of wine and I hear voices,” she adds, laughing. “It’s not OK.”

[From People]

She speaks the truth. I would say everything before 38, you’re like “I’ve got this sh-t figured out.” And then sh-t starts falling apart and it doesn’t even really matter if you kept up with fitness and diet and all of that. Your body has other ideas. Your body just starts to break the f–k down in big and small ways. The youths are always like “omg, I was so stressed out about turning 25/30” and the conversations are so much about appearance and confidence, but we’re lacking the conversation of just how much it sucks when your body just starts to fall apart naturally because your ass is getting old. UGH.

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The 2018 Baby2Baby Gala

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Kate Hudson has always been very active and good at balancing her exercise and food intake. She’s body goals for a lot of people and I will admit to using her bikini photos as motivation. She’s spoken in the past about how she balances everything and doesn’t deny herself treats in moderation. So that’s why she’s a good match for Weight Watchers, now WW, for which she became a spokesperson back in December. She announced at the time that she wanted to lose 25 pounds to get back to her pre-baby weight. She had little Rani Rose back in October. It’s been just over six months since she gave birth and she’s achieved her goal. She posted the photo above with this caption:

Okay my friends, wanted to share! I’m a couple lbs from goal weight! I’ve done it without stressing on food or working out like crazy although I have been disciplined. I’ve taken my time, I’ve stayed true to my @ww app which I am so grateful for our relationship and that they included me in their family because it’s an incredible set up. Easy as pie! And I can eat pie… except it’s anywhere from 9-22 points which is not the best move… I personally go for the 5 point wine or vodka martini for a treat ? I digress… What I am posting is a huge gratitude post! I feel lucky that my other work life (when my entrepreneur hat ? is on) is surrounded by the most inspiring people. To every single person in the @fabletics community and every person in the @ww community, you keep me focused and encouraged. I thank you! Yes, active lifestyle I find enjoyable and yes, understanding food is a passion of mine but it doesn’t mean that I don’t need the support like everyone else. Sharing the little parts of my wellness journey with you makes me feel oh so good. I can only hope that what I put out there can make you feel good and bring encouragement in return. Love, Kate ? PS I ain’t done yet! ? #NoFilter #AndILoveAFilter ?

Kate’s a good spokesperson, she’s always so enthusiastic and friendly and she’s on the cover of US Magazine this week for some reason. I guess she’s promoting Weight Watchers and also a lot of women like her and want to know about her life. Let’s be real though, Kate would have lost the weight on her own no problem, she’s always done that after she had her babies and she loves exercising and staying fit while eating real food. She just signed on to WW to get paid and I can’t blame her for that. As for the points thing, I have heard so many stories of people saving points to get drunk on the weekends. People seem to do that on Weight Watchers more than on other diets for some reason.

Us has some quotes from Kate about turning 40. Her birthday is today, April 19th! A source tells them “Kate’s in a great place in her life,” is “happy to be joining the [40] club” and “doesn’t worry about wrinkles or gray hair.” I think Jaime King explained it best.

Her baby is so cute!

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Someone’s not gonna get pinched today? #HappyStPatricksDay #Rani?#DontForgetYourGreens

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Charlize Theron shops with her kids at the Farmer's Market in Studio City

In a cover interview with Elle last year, Charlize Theron spoke about her two adopted children, calling them “my two beautiful girls.” In other interviews, she made references to having “two African-American daughters” and being the mother of “two girls.” When she adopted Jackson Theron seven years ago, everyone identified Jackson as a boy, including Charlize. As Jackson grew up, the child began to wear blonde wigs like Elsa from Frozen, and Jackson was photographed in dresses and more. There was low-key gossip about it on some blogs, but now Charlize is confirming things, I guess: Jackson identifies as a girl and always has identified that way.

She is a doting mother-of-two. And Charlize Theron was just like any other mom as she embraced her eldest child, Jackson, on Wednesday, in Los Angeles. The star – who adopted Jackson as a baby and introduced the child as her son – explained that Jackson is every bit as much a girl as her three-year-old sister, August.

‘She looked at me when she was three years old and said: “I am not a boy!”,’ said the star, when asked. She continued: ‘So there you go! I have two beautiful daughters who, just like any parent, I want to protect and I want to see thrive. They were born who they are and exactly where in the world both of them get to find themselves as they grow up, and who they want to be, is not for me to decide. My job as a parent is to celebrate them and to love them and to make sure that they have everything they need in order to be what they want to be. And I will do everything in my power for my kids to have that right and to be protected within that.’

[From The Daily Mail]

I go back and forth on what I think about how Charlize talks about her daughters. On one side, Charlize gets photographed with her kids often enough to where there was already speculation online about Jackson. In that sense, I see Charlize as just acting as an advocate for her daughters and being a very public example of a parent who accepts and loves her children, come what may, and normalizing everything about having a transgender child. On the other side, I do feel like this should be a private family thing until Jackson is older and able to talk about it herself, you know?

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Duchess Kate’s makeshift stylist, Natasha Archer, has been on maternity leave for months. In Archer’s absence, Kate hired Virginia “Ginnie” Chadwyck-Healey, who is much more qualified to be a stylist – Ginnie actually knows about fashion, and has worked for British Vogue in the past. I give Ginnie credit for Kate’s better style in 2019. But Ginnie has a past, apparently. Ginnie and many of William and Kate’s posh friends once attended a party where the theme was “Indian.” Yes, the theme of their posh aristocratic party was to dress up in styles which mocked more than a billion people for having brown skin and dressing in non-Western clothes. Get it? It’s because of racism and white privilege. You can see the offensive photos here.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s new personal stylist attended an Indian-themed fancy dress party with several friends in blackface, MailOnline can reveal. Virginia ‘Ginnie’ Chadwyck-Healey, 36, formerly the retail editor for British Vogue, was seen partying with several members of the Royal inner circle, alongside revellers in brown face-paint.

Her husband Oliver Chadwyck-Healey, who attended Eton and became part of William’s inner circle at St Andrew’s University, was pictured with his face painted brown. Oliver Baker, Prince George’s godfather, and Ed Gribbon, who shared a house with the Cambridges during their university days, both attended. Also present were Verity Roache, daughter of Coronation Street legend Bill Roache, and Mark Griffith-Jones, now a director of Sotheby’s. Photographs from the event show them all wearing Indian costume, with a number smeared in dark face-paint.

One man had interpreted the theme more widely, and arrived wearing a tea towel on his head to resemble traditional Arab dress.

Neither Kate nor Prince William are believed to have been there. Ms Chadwyck-Healey is one of the Dutchess’ university friends from their time at St Andrews, where both read History of Art. The party, which took place in 2007, catered for about 100 friends and contemporaries.

[From The Daily Mail]

It took place in 2007, two years after William and Kate and their friends graduated from St. Andrews. If Will and Kate weren’t there, so be it and I’m glad they weren’t. But it does speak volumes about Will & Kate that their friends were throwing these kinds of parties post-college, when they were fully adults. There’s always a lot of talk (on social media) about what Will and Kate should be blamed for with their various associations – I’m still of the opinion that “Kate is racist because she wears Gucci” isn’t really a strong argument. But if you want to make the argument that Will and Kate have close associations with small-minded racists for years and that speaks volumes about them, I think this story is pretty good evidence of that.

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The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre  and learned more about the work being done by local organisations in Lambeth and their partners to support young children and their families

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