“You bitches could really never”, is one of the things Cardi says as she’s walking around, covered head to toe, at Paris Fashion Week. She also at one point says, “Make sure a car don’t hit me, cuz a bitch can’t see”, before nimbly stepping onto the curb. Seeing, clearly, isn’t a problem. My problem would be the breathing. I would feel claustrophobic in an outfit like this. And your breath would be hot the whole time, like how it is under the covers pulled up over your head. I don’t know how she could stand it. (Dlisted)

Do you remember fidget spinners? No. Exactly. Duana talked about hers constantly for two weeks and then never mentioned it again. The one that cracked me up the most on this list was crackle nail polish. Never tried it. And it turns out it only grasped at a moment but never truly had one. (Pajiba) 

Jennifer Aniston talks about plucking her eyebrows. Do you get your eyebrows done or do you do them yourself? I’ve had my eyebrows done exactly twice. I’m not saying I don’t enjoy it, I’m just saying it’s a pain in the ass for maintenance, easier to do yourself. The key, though, for me, isn’t just the plucking. You tweeze the strays that are outside of the line but to get the shape, the tweezer isn’t what you use. It’s scissors, small nail scissors. I lost mine a couple of weeks ago and I’m freaking out because they were the perfect angle. (Cele|bitchy) 

Speaking of Paris Fashion Week, this might be my favourite Elie Saab collection of all time, because it’s so unexpected? When I think of Elie Saab, I think of Halle Berry’s Oscar dress and then two decades worth of glorified prom dresses. They’re beautiful but they’re kind of one-lane boring. This time it’s elevated shirt dresses and a big 70s vibe. Into it. (Go Fug Yourself) 

Ryan Tedder says he’s recorded a new track featuring both Beyoncé and Adele and people are, obviously, freaking out. Yes, it’s super exciting that A and B might be on a song together. But do you think they actually did their parts together? I hope so… but these days, with the technology, artists can lay down their vocals from wherever and then just send it over. If they did do it together though, please Beyoncé can we have a two hour documentary on this? (Vulture)