Wax figures. Still a thing. The portrait sculptors did a good job with Kacey Musgraves. It looks silky. 


One good thing about Twitter (X) becoming culturally irrelevant is that it has made its loudest voices irrelevant as well, so we don’t have to sit through another round of “Martin Scorsese hates superhero movies” discourse if we don’t want to. There’s no need to debate the opinion of the greatest living director, who has spent decades dedicated to the restoration of film, and the cultural impact of The Flash.


Sarah wrote about George and Amal Clooney this morning and it reminded me of a non-story I wanted to post about. There was a Page Six report that George is selling his famous Lake Cuomo villa and his rep denied it directly to PEOPLE. If he was selling it, it would be very difficult to hide. Everyone in town knows him and word would get around fast if it was for sale. And a rumour that it was for sale would travel just as fast so maybe someone tipped off Page Six, but their intel was wrong. 


Ariana Grande and Ethan Slater are still going – she liked his last post from mid-September and they were spotted at Disney World. The location is of note because there’s two photos of them I’ve seen, both from behind. That’s it. No shots of them from the front (if they are out there, let me see!). How did they manage to do anything at all – like go on rides – without anyone catching a glimpse?

Some celebrities are tacking on a European vacation after their fashion week stops. Julie Garner is in Portofino with her husband and Miles Teller and his wife, Keyleigh.


Isabella Rosselini was in Paris for Lancome and then hit up the sites with Laura Dern and friends. 


I am extremely into Sofia Coppola and am dying to see Priscilla. Elvis & Me was a staple on my bedside table. She’s not an actress but she is definitely the person who will sell this film to audiences. With promo ramping up, this was an interesting choice for a cover shot. I know who she is and don’t recognize her because her face is covered.