Gabrielle Union is launching a hair care line with celebrity stylist Larry Sims called Flawless by GU. It’s specifically designed for textured hair and each of the 12 products will come in under $10. If this sounds familiar, that’s because it’s actually a relaunch – the line debuted in 2017 and after a break has come back with reworked formulas and a cute package. Gabrielle already has a long-standing fashion partnership with New York and Company, and she’s made other dips into lifestyle, including a partnerships with a fitness app and a children’s book. It’s a pretty robust package and she could go on: perfume, alcohol and, of course, skin care. Everyone wants her skin care regimen because look at her – Flawless Skin by GU just sounds right.


Dancing With The Stars has let go of its two hosts, Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews. I guess they want to go in another direction, but it’s an ABC show so the hosts will probably be a former Bachelor person and, just a guess, Steve Harvey? Celebrity Family Feud pulls in huge ratings for them. 

The pull quote of this article would be: “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. – Wayne Gretzky” – Michael Scott. 

Is Sklar Astin right? Yes, of course she’s more than Jack Osbourne’s ex. I just don’t know if his argument lends itself to a tabloid tweet because when Anna Camp starts dating someone, she will not be referred to as Sklar Astin’s ex because she’s already a name we know. I don’t know if this is a “treat your ladies better” situation or just the beat of entertainment media needing to keep people enticed enough to click. Let us know what you think. 


This morning, Lainey wrote about Governor Cuomo – have you seen his map? If you’ve been watching his press conferences you know about “the boyfriend.” He didn’t fare too well on the map Cuomo presented (which will of course turn into a print everyone wants). 

Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel cover WSJ Magazine as the new power couple of mindfulness. Miranda has been making a steady play in the lifestyle space since she left modeling, but I think she hasn’t quite connected with a wide audience because she’s too committed to perfection. That heavily edited and stylized engagement worked in the early days of social media, but now there’s less of an admiration for that kind of curation. Even in the interview, Evan comments on how much screen time Flynn has had during the pandemic (a completely relatable and common problem that parents talk about) and she interjects to say it’s not true and she’s still enforcing screen time limits. It’s a little thing but it’s interesting that even for a second, she couldn’t let the façade slip.