Did Grimes and Elon Musk really name their baby X Æ A-12? I don’t know. How do you pronounce it? I don’t know. And neither does the Internet. I really don’t have much to add. I wasn’t expecting them to name the baby Isabella, but I didn’t think I wouldn’t be able to spell it without using the copy + paste function on my keyboard.


Yesterday, Lainey gave an in-depth look to Julia  Roberts’s homage to the Met Gala on Instagram. I agree with LL in that Julia probably wasn’t going to attend and if she was, that was not the dress she was going to wear . (In fact, she already wore it on the cover of Entertainment Weekly). I instantly noticed that the designer isn’t tagged in the photo. Part of the magic of the Met Gala is that celebrities are the models for the designers, who walk the red carpet and host tables (read: pay for the seats). Julia is too well-mannered to not note the design house if she had committed to be their guest. About the dress: I believe it’s Carolina Herrera and it’s still being knocked off on fast fashion sites, but probably not because of Julia. Do you know who else has worn it? It’s been featured in a very famous photoshoot (click here to see). 

Jimmy Fallon is on the cover of PEOPLE and I see him stepping into the talk show sweetheart role Ellen DeGeneres currently fills. Jimmy, to those who watch his show, is wholesome good fun. But much like with Ellen, there’s a different perception of him on Twitter. Some people are noting that he’s displayed behaviour that is definitely not for the PEOPLE crowd. In fact, they would probably never believe it even if they did hear the stories.


I had no idea Sharon Stone and Anderson Cooper are this tight? I’m very into this friendship. Imagine the dish.

There are two new quarantine cooking shows – Amy Schumer Learns to Cook and Selena Gomez is doing a ten part series on HBO Max (each episode will be tied into a food-related charity). It’s a very fast adjustment for TV and when things are lifted (whenever that is), I wonder how these shows will archive. Will we just forget about them or is this starting a “film at home” trend that will continue?