We know that the Beygency doesn’t do leaks and Parkwood Entertainment (the business behind Beyoncé’s business) is innovative and tightly run. The only person in Beyoncé’s life who will speak about her openly, besides Ms. Tina, is her cousin Angie Beyince. The two grew up together, and Angie has been there as her assistant, co-songwriter, and VP of Parkwood Entertainment. Beyoncé recently threw Angie a birthday party and she posted this. It’s still up, which tells me B didn’t ask her to take it down. 


I’ll be honest, I had no idea this was Kerry Washington’s husband (flip to second photo). She very rarely (maybe never?) posts about him. Google tells me the last time they appeared together in public was the 2019 Met Gala. They are a very striking couple. 

Borat created a special birthday wish for Katy Perry (it’s a not-very-subtle reference to Orlando Bloom’s dick-out excursion at sea). This is like a Cameo, but for A-listers. Can you imagine if Sacha (as Borat) did Cameos? He would crash the site. People would pay thousands of dollars to have Borat say their name – it would be a great idea for a charity auction. 


Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe are one of those divorced couples that aren’t publicly acrimonious, but they aren’t best pals like Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, either. They maintain their distance, which is fair. Not all exes can turn into friends. Over the weekend, he posted a story from Reese’s house for their son Deacon’s birthday. I’m a dumbass and didn’t screenshot, but you can see it here. So at least they can eat cake together.

Out of all of the fallout from the handsy afternoon Dominic West/Lily James spent in Rome, this is one I wasn’t expecting: the two are facing a fine for riding a scooter together (which is forbidden right now because of COVID restrictions). What kind of letter will he write to get out of this? Will he leave it on the Spanish Steps for the paps to find?

The Superbad team is reuniting for a live viewing by donation (proceeds go to the Wisconsin Democratic Party). I love this movie and think it holds up well. Yes they are horny little virgins but it’s really about two young guys navigating change through their deep friendship and talking about what consent means (and how drinking plays in) in a very funny but nuanced way. It’s the gut punch of growing up with some very good gags (like Michael Cera singing “These Eyes” to some coked out dudes at a party). I’m not American so I can’t participate but if you do, let me know how it goes (here is donation page).