This morning, Lainey posted about the Bieber wedding and the throwbacks. Tom Holland was never a Bieber-level child star; I didn’t even realize he started acting so young. The Impossible came out in 2012, so this photo was taken some time in 2011/12. That would make Tom around 15-16 here, which doesn’t seem right. He looks like he’s 12.
In the 90s, if a supermodel walked a show, the photos would appear in fashion magazines and there would maybe be a segment on FashionTelevision (an iconic TV show I wish they would bring back). But now, models like Gigi and Bella and Kaia Gerber send out an Instagram thank you card after nearly every show. I wonder what happens if they do a show and it’s a miserable experience with an asshole design team that they never want to work with again – do they skip it or is it too obvious?
We also talk about our periods.
this is what girls do when they go to the bathroom together pic.twitter.com/n8AZos6l1g— nope (@LilNasX) September 30, 2019
At next year’s Emmys, D’Arcy Carden should definitely get a nomination for Best Supporting Actress in A Comedy Series for The Good Place. What’s interesting about her trajectory is that her character got an upshot in popularity last season (thanks to a very specific episode) but the show is now ending. She’s also on Barry, in a small role, which I’m guessing won’t go past 4 seasons, maybe 5. I’d like to see them give her more to do there; she was once with Bill Hader’s nanny, so they must like working together.
Usually when we are introduced to female child stars, they have this style of hair – very long, subtly highlighted, wavy blowout. Millie Bobby Brown became famous with a shaved head, then went short, and is now experimenting with long hair. She’s one heartbreak away from bangs.
“She was fine.” Judy Garland bringing big immigrant mom energy to the theatre.
My Judy Garland story: My mother lost the lead in a high school musical to Liza Minnelli but mom was a real team player & went to the performance & clapped her ass off & then turned to the woman next to her after & said “Wasn’t Liza wonderful?” & the woman replied “She was fine.”— Sloane Crosley (@askanyone) September 29, 2019
“What is TikTok” is something I ask myself every day.
But why does TikTok matter? Why do we need to know about every little thing that happens on the Internet? I would argue that we need to know about it because it’s not about us: Facebook is the past, Twitter and Instagram are the present, TikTok is the future. This is better than 95% of SNL sketches from the past 5 years.