PEOPLE is capitalizing on Finding Freedom with a special Charles/Diana/Camilla love triangle cover. The headline promises “the untold story” but I can’t imagine what that would be. We’ve all read the transcript about the tampon. 

 

A friend of mine just developed a deep crush on Chris Evans and it’s fine (there are worse Avengers to crush on) but what am I supposed to do with this information? Everyone crushes on him at one point. (Get well soon, Dodger!)

This photo seems to have been deleted – hmmmmm. (If you see it, send to me!) Cara Delevingne and Taylor Swift are long-time friends and in the spring, Cara and Ashley Benson, Kaia Gerber, and Margaret Qualley were quarantining together. Now it looks like it’s just Cara and Kaia. Hmmmm. 

 

Michael “and that’s all I needed” Jordan has purposefully avoided politics and activism for most of his career, explaining in The Last Dance that his focus was always on basketball - period. Recently, The Jordan Brand (led by him, obviously) made a decade-long pledge of $100 million to combat systemic racism –it is a deep commitment. The first allocation is going towards fighting Black voter suppression, an issue that shouldn’t be political, but is. 

This morning, Lainey wrote about the Ellen apology and I’ve wondered: where are the celebs in this?  Her friends like Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard and Jennifer Aniston, frequent guests and sometimes guest hosts. When a celebrity gets into a controversy (ie: Kevin Hart or Justin Bieber) they find a friendly couch on Ellen. Will they show up for her now or wait for it to pass? 

Yes of course we can spot the MILK vase, it’s in the center of the photo.

 

Taylor Swift’s folklore received an 8 (out of 10) in a Pitchfork review and some of her die-hard fans thought that was a reason to doxx the journalist?!!??!! This is dangerous and beyond the pale of “stanning.” I also read that some music publications are considering running reviews without bylines because of the behaviour of fandoms. 

Sports isn’t my genre but I know some leagues are back, without fans. But the mascots still have to be there for some reason. GQ dug into it and yes, it is weird. 

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Valentino released a series featuring models, celebrities, actresses, poets, writers, journalists and socialites shot at home, all over the world. Gwyneth Paltrow by Brad Falchuk. Rafferty Law by Sadie Frost. Janet Mock, Liu Wen, Tang Yan, Frances McDormand – the recognizable mixed with the high fashion faces. All involved donated their fee to the Italian effort to combat COVID but my tacky ass can’t help wondering, did they get to keep the clothes?

Attached - Cara Delevingne out for dinner with friends in Malibu earlier this week.