I liked Oliver Hudson’s Mother’s Day dedication more than I liked Justin Timberlake’s.

Doug Ellin, co-creator, EP and head writer for Entourage (and director of the movie) is engaged. Who cares, I know. The only reason I mention it is because in his last relationship, which was off-and-on, he made comments on his ex’s Instagram after they broke up. Comments like “get a job” and something about giving him back a car. He lives a very splashy life, and invited his girlfriend along, then tried to embarrass her when the relationship didn’t work out. Is it any surprise this man had a heavy hand in Entourage?


Don't love the pics, but love sharing the page with the Jeters (and love the article)@andyadlertv https://pagesix.com/

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I know that people are excited for more Arrested Development but Alia Shawkat would be amazing on Veep.


A Bluth and a Fünke walk into a bar...

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I tried to type this into my iTunes search bar but all I got back was “Who?”

The Barden Bellas are on vacation together.


Those friends that wait for you to dive into the selfie at the last second. πŸ‡²πŸ‡½

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Jim Parsons got married over the weekend, and I like how both he and his husband changed blazers for the reception. Why don’t more men do this?

After Russell Wilson wished Ciara a Happy Mother’s Day and mentioned “our kids,” some Future stans took to the comments. I feel like this is a story that blogs want to happen, but isn’t really happening. Future’s post to Ciara seems sincere.


I appreciate u more than u know,our son is an incredible kid. We made a king,Happy Mothers Day C!

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Every once in a while, the “Avril Lavigne died and was replaced by a lookalike” theory gets hot on social media. There isn’t much she can do about it but I would hate to have that rumour following me around, it feels like a bad omen.

If you are constantly offending people and “don’t realize it” then try working on your emotional intelligence. Step one: take your head out of of your ass.

I would love to see Charlie Hunnam in Billy on the Street. Do you think he could keep up?