Kate Hudson is launching something – my guess is a clothing line. She’s here with celebrity stylist, Chris McMillan. He’s most famous for his relationship to Jennifer Aniston (and The Rachel), but he has a lot of celebrity clients, from Kris Jenner to Denise Richards to Ellen to Mariska Hargitay. Haircuts take a long time – I’m in the chair an hour for the trim, and at least two for colour (which I get done every 6 weeks, the biggest pain in the ass). I would love to know how celebrity hair and makeup stylists schedule their time and juggle clients (and egos) around Oscar week or before a well-attended event (like Jen’s 50th birthday party). I would watch a 7 Days Out on this.
Seth Rogen co-founding a cannabis company is the most natural celebrity lifestyle pairing I’ve seen in a long time. He has partnered with the world’s biggest cannabis company, Canopy, and Seth can’t be promoting it like some Fit Tea on Instagram – there are strict rules governing the marketing of cannabis products - spokespeople are not allowed per The Cannabis Act, which sounds made up but is a real thing.
After five years of hard work, I’m pleased to be launching my cannabis company, Houseplant. Thank you.— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) March 27, 2019
In hotel rooms, why is coffee and tea free but bottled water costs money? Shouldn’t it be the other way around? Water is a necessity.
There’s a new story in The Cut about Jodie Comer, calling her “TV’s most captivating assassin.” What’s so great about Villanelle is that she isn’t cold; she’s silly and funny and feels things, so audiences can’t armchair diagnose her as a sociopath or psychopath. She’s a character who seems to just really enjoy her job.
And in more Killing Eve anticipation, Sandra Oh has the haircut - the one some people say is a lie and others (like Lainey via Duana) insist is real. This is important.