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Father-son duo David Beckham, 40, and Brooklyn Beckham, 16, went to the Super Bowl together.

“Game time is approaching…” Brooklyn Instagrammed a selfie inside the stadium.

The proud papa also captioned an image on their way to the big game.

“SUPER BOWL BABY ….. My boys first one so you can see by his face he is excited,” the former footballer wrote.

The following day, the soccer star shared a selfie in the snow.

“Not sure if I’m a cool dad or Brooklyn is thinking seriously we have similar coats on dad,” he wrote.

David and his wife, designer Victoria Beckham, are also parents to sons Romeo, 13, and Cruz, 10, and 4-year-old daughter Harper.

Game time is approaching… @davidbeckham

A photo posted by Brooklyn Beckham (@brooklynbeckham) on Feb 7, 2016 at 2:20pm PST

SUPER BOWL BABY ….. My boys first one so you can see by his face he is excited ? @brooklynbeckham A photo posted by David Beckham (@davidbeckham) on Feb 7, 2016 at 11:29am PST

Not sure if I’m a cool dad or Brooklyn is thinking seriously we have similar coats on dad ?? @brooklynbeckham

A photo posted by David Beckham (@davidbeckham) on Feb 8, 2016 at 9:33am PST

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The Super Bowl Trailer Apocalypse continues with the first look at Matt Damon’s return as Jason Bourne, in a movie creatively titled Jason Bourne. That is a seriously sh*t title, but I suppose after making an off-brand Bourne movie without Jason, they need to remind everyone that THIS is the kind…

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Dawson’s Creek alum Katie Holmes posted a rare photo of 9-year-old daughter Suri via Instagram Sunday.

In the image, the single mom, 37, and her daughter are seen sitting at a museum with two friends. “#waterlilies #nightatthemuseum,” she captioned the shot.

In December, the actress posted a photo with her daughter meeting presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and her daughter Chelsea Clinton.

“Mothers and daughters #wearewithhillary,” Katie captioned the image.

The proud mama was seen beaming at her daughter, who held onto a cuddly stuffy. The photo was taken during a family-friendly fundraiser in New York City.

#waterlilies #nightatthemuseum

A photo posted by Katie Holmes (@katieholmes212) on Feb 7, 2016 at 4:47pm PST

After my review of The Choice, which I hated, I got a slew of “why do you even review movies if you hate everything” emails, including one from a person who suggested that I just “try and put a positive spin” on my reviews. Well, to make up for my utter scorn for The Choice, here is my review of …

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Truth Be Told star Vanessa Lachey shared a selfie with daughter Brooklyn, 13 months, on Instagram Saturday.

“Weekend snuggles with this Beautiful Blonde Babe. #BrooklynElisabeth I Love these moments before #BigBrother wakes up from his nap and causes HAVOC! #MamasBoy,” the proud mama, 35, captioned the cute shot.

Brooklyn turned 1 on Jan. 5. In celebration of her milestone birthday, Vanessa posted a throwback photo of her daughter.

“Happy Birthday to our sweet little angel, Brooklyn Elisabeth Lachey. You have brought so much Love and Happiness to our lives and our family. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for you! We ?? you to the moon and back!… And back again! 1/5/15,” she wrote.

Earlier that day, the actress posted a photo from their tropical family vacation.

“2016, I like you… A LOT!” she captioned the image of husband Nick Lachey, their birthday girl, and 3-year-old son Camden playing on the beach.

Weekend snuggles with this Beautiful Blonde Babe. #BrooklynElisabeth ???? I Love these moments before #BigBrother wakes up from his nap and causes HAVOC! #MamasBoy

A photo posted by Vanessa Lachey (@vanessalachey) on Feb 6, 2016 at 4:23pm PST

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Taraji P. Henson thought Coldplay was Maroon 5. LOL. [Dlisted]
Rob Lowe tweeted some BS about Cam Newton & people reacted. [Pajiba]
Brandi Glanville hates Lisa Vanderpump & Kyle Richards. [Reality Tea]
Happy Chinese New Year! [LaineyGossip]
This Victoria Beckham dress does nothing for Kerry Washington. [Go Fug Yourself]
Fox News is very, very worried about Beyonce. [Jezebel]
Call me crazy, but I like Bella Hadid’s Adidas dress. [Popoholic]
Khloe Kardashian explains why her sisters aren’t big drinkers. [Starcasm]
Sleeping On The Job Guy is your new viral sensation. [The Blemish]
Freida Pinto’s ensemble makes me sad. [Moe Jackson]
Eli Manning made sadfaces throughout the Super Bowl. [Buzzfeed]
John Cleese hates political correctness. [OMG Blog]

Oooooooopppps. Lmao! #Superbowl50

— Taraji P. Henson (@TherealTaraji) February 8, 2016

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While giving fans another clue for a “new project,” Kelly Clarkson posted a cute clip of daughter River, 19 months.

“We couldn’t afford a @SuperBowl50 commercial, but here’s #Clue3. #NewProject #SuperBowl50 #SB50 #RiverRose,” the proud mama, 33, Instagrammed the video.

Kelly is currently expecting her second child – a boy – with husband Brandon Blackstock.

In Kelly’s first clue, the short video asked, “What’s magical, fun and an escape for everyone?”

We can’t wait to hear more about this “new project.”

We couldn’t afford a @SuperBowl50 commercial, but here’s #Clue3. #NewProject #SuperBowl50 #SB50 #RiverRose

A video posted by Kelly Clarkson (@kellyclarkson) on Feb 7, 2016 at 5:22pm PST

I’m just assuming Lainey is Team Iron Man because Tony Stark is her favorite Avenger, so she’s probably not going to be Team Winter Soldier at all because the new Captain America: Civil War Super Bowl TV spot shows Bucky Barnes firing a gun point-blank in Tony Stark’s face. Tony’s new gauntlet-wa…

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Pop superstar Beyoncé shared a series of shots from Sunday’s Super Bowl via Instagram.

The Bootylicious hitmaker, 34, performed at the halftime show, and posted some pre-game pics with husband Jay-Z and their 4-year-old daughter Blue Ivy.

While she posted close to 30 shots, the Grammy Award-winning singer gave us a look at her outfits, backup dancers and a few candid moments with Coldplay and Bruno Mars.

As well, Academy Award-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow Instagrammed an adorable image of her 11-year-old daughter Apple holding hands with a fashionable Blue Ivy.

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Zoe Kravitz covers the March issue of Teen Vogue, and she looks so much like her mother in several of these photos, I did a double take because I thought Lisa Bonet was the cover subject. I like Zoe a lot and a root for her, but I’m not crazy about this interview. She spoke to her friend, designer Alexander Wang, and there’s something very self-aware and affected about her in this piece. Maybe it’s because she was talking to a friend, maybe it was something else, I don’t know. But she’s very “my friend says this and this about me” and “people always think this about me.” It’s not humble-bragging, it’s more like hyper-self-awareness that comes across as very insular. Or whatever, maybe it’s fine. Maybe this is the way the kidz talk nowadays.

She checks her privilege: “My parents didn’t become who they are because anything was handed to them, and they didn’t raise a child who expected something to be handed to her, either. My mom would have killed me if I’d assumed any kind of privilege. At first I was really adamant about making sure people knew that I was working hard. Things were definitely handed to me a little bit easier, but people were also judging me twice as hard.”

She doesn’t care about his fashion: “You can tell when someone is driven by labels. If something is couture they think it’s important and wear it and sometimes make a terrible fashion mistake. People are shocked that I know so little about designers. I know the big ones because my grandmother wore them or they’ve been around forever. I know you because you’re my best friend, but I don’t know much about the fashion world except for when I like something, I like it… Everyone is looking at everyone else to see what’s cool. So it’s just all about a level of confidence. When anyone sets out to be cool it becomes contrived.”

Women in Hollywood: “It’s great that it’s a subject that’s trendy right now, but we’re still waiting for this shift to happen from the men who run Hollywood. Why aren’t women starring in more films? It’s because the men are writing them and are the ones cutting the checks. We can’t blame them, I personally don’t think. We need to take that extra step.”

Typecast at the “black friend”:
“Typically white people have the story, and any kind of minority is like adding that pop of red or fun purse or pair of shoes to jazz up an outfit. These people are accents that make things funny, weird, or dramatic. I spent so much of my career saying no to those films. I’ve seen that movie a million times, and I don’t feel right putting that into the world over and over and over again. I’m not going to spend the rest of my life playing some girl’s friend or some girl on crack in the projects.”

What she looks for in another person: “Humor trumps everything and is probably number one. I think it trumps being politically correct. We live in such a PC world because of social media, which makes me sad. Loyalty is also very important to me. I’m an incredibly loyal person. And kindness. I think being kind is actually harder than people like to admit. It’s hard for me sometimes to be kind. I have to check myself all the time about how I treat myself and other people.”

[From Teen Vogue]

I don’t have any major problem with what she says. I disagree that women are the ones needing to take the “extra step” to be successful in Hollywood and I disagree that we shouldn’t blame the old white guys running Hollywood for the lack of diversity or female-dominated films. I also don’t think PC culture is something to be sad about. But that’s just her opinion, and she’s entitled to it, so whatever. All my friends say that I’m too nitpicky. People always think that I’m too judgy.

Photos courtesy of Teen Vogue.
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