It was Gwyneth Paltrow’s birthday yesterday. Her boyfriend, Brad Falchuk, talked about her “f-cking perfect smile.” Should it be “f-cking perfect smile” or “perfect f-cking smile”? Is one more grammatically correct than the other? Anyway, not my point. My point is others, like Rachel Zoe and Jessica Seinfeld, also wished her a Happy Birthday. So did Reese Witherspoon – on Insta stories. Not on her photo feed. Our Joanna wondered why G was not worthy of a dedicated post. My theory? Yesterday was also the 15th anniversary of Sweet Home Alabama and Draper James celebrated with a Melanie Smooter shopping list. I think this is simply a business decision – branding over birthday. The other option is that it’s the “Happy Birthday” equivalent of the Emmy tug-of-war. Let’s watch that again, just because.

Of course Joss Whedon chose this hill to die on.

My favourite read of the week so far is Mary Cella’s “Everything you Need to Know About Me, the Female Character You’re falling in Love with in a Romantic Film/TV Show Written by a Man.” Number 3 is, “I eat a lot, lol.” If you tweet the story from the website, the accompanying photo is of Zooey Deschanel. Nice touch.

Twitter is experimenting with 280 characters. But why don’t they let us fix typos?!

This photo of Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher reminded me that we are approaching pumpkin patch season. In 2014, Mr. Bones was the pumpkin patch of choice, as noted in the (still relevant) Rolling Stone article on paparazzi. As the piece pointed out, Matt Damon doesn’t take his kids there. Still doesn’t. Mr. Bones opens October 6. Who will we get the first shot of? My guess is Spencer and Heidi. They will want to get in on the action early and, bonus, she’s pregnant.

Lea Michele and Busy Philipps have the same shirt and they came up one after another in my feed. It’s Madewell x Girls Inc. and if you like it, don’t hesitate. This will sell out.


Loving this dark lip! πŸ’‹

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