Gossip Nostalgia Articles
Five years ago today, also a Friday, I was positioned at the Duke of York monument in London reporting from the royal wedding live on CTV, waiting for Will and Kate to pass by on their carriage after getting married at Westminster Abbey. It was one of the best assignments of my life. Not just because it felt like a once-in-a-lifetime professional opportunity but also because it was so much fun! England was a party on every corner.
Remember how great Will and Harry looked side by side in their uniforms, one in red, the other in black? Remember how Harry allegedly leaned over to Will when Kate was walking down the aisle, “Wait ‘til you see her”? Remember the kiss? Both kisses? And the cute little car they drove away in? Remember when we thought Pippa actually had potential?
We were all so innocent then.
But … there is another.
Because now we have Big G. Who, in his time, will be very, very good for royal gossip.
Have a great weekend!
Yours in gossip,
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Every couple of years ago, I get re-obsessed with Truman Capote. When I do, I go back and read everything. I read his books. I read the biographies. I re-watch the interviews. And I always, always fantasise about the Black and White Ball. Truman is one of the few legitimate writer-celebrities. There will never not be a time when I don’t wonder why he sabotaged himself the way he did. Full Story
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An email with the best headline just arrived in my inbox from the National Enquirer, claiming an exclusive: Gwyneth Paltrow Plays Peacemaker To Ben Affleck And Jen Garner! It’s the National Enquirer, so by the time you read this post, there’s probably going to be a denial. And, yeah, you shouldn’t believe the story, but not just because the source is so sketch. Full Story
It’s April Fools’ Day. So all kinds of pranks are showing up on the internet. Oxford Dictionaries is getting in on it too. Most of them are kind of lame. But then there’s this one, a new verb: Leo, verb to achieve something after years of trying: “I feel like I’ve Leoed this morning; I finally passed my driving test. Full Story
While Batfleck dominated the box office this weekend (more on that later), Jennifer Lopez is making headlines for talking about their relationship. In an interview with Jess Cagle, editorial director for both PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly, she confirms that there was “genuine love” between them. Read Full Intro
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I may have puked out a few too many exclamation points there but it’s Adele and she’s not wearing black and it was a surprise for me and I thought that, maybe, it might be a surprise for you too and also I’m all jacked up because I’m doing a bootcamp competition tonight so maybe I’m a little aggro. Full Story