Drake channels his inner “9th grade English teacher who is not impressed with your To Kill a Mockingbird essay.”


People who write "u" instead of "you". What do you do with all the time you save?

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Kate Moss, Courtney Love, Sadie Frost, Karen Elson and Liv Tyler attended a party together. I’m dying to go down a Primrose Hill set rabbit hole but have to stop myself because I’m on deadline. But my god that was a legendary era. Really makes the young generation look so sanitized and tame.


Women! @courtneylove @misslivalittle @katemossagency #karennelson thanks @francutler for a lovely night ❤️

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In some non-partisan news: Geraldo really likes Amber Tamblyn.

Look at this hot bitch! How has Sharon Stone not been cast in a Ryan Murphy series yet?

Eva Longoria is huge news in Edinburgh.


Thank you Edinburgh! I'll be back! #GGGEdinburgh17

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Jack Antonoff is taking his childhood bedroom on tour so people can listen to his album in it before shows. And he made a documentary about how he was able to remove and preserve it. It seems like something James Franco would be super into.


Here is Jack in his childhood bedroom which he had physically removed from our house and implanted in a trailer, not one scrap of paper, discman or poster out of its original place. What a special, astounding visionary he is. In his words: "why i did this: every lyric and note i have every written has come from the room i grew up in. i lived in this room until i was 27. kinda fucked up but i never felt the need to leave. i felt so independent on tour that when i came home to new jersey i just wanted to be in the room i existed my entire life in. learned to love music in there was i was 10 - wrote my first songs in there when i was 12 - started recording and having band practice in there at 13 - had all my relationships there - started touring and would come home to this room - wrote all the steel train songs in there - started bleachers in this room while fun was getting bigger and i was still living there - strange desire came from this room .... and now ... this new album. gone now is about moving on and how we can't take it all with us. when i thought about where this album was coming from and what its kissing goodbye i thought of this room. i wished i could play the album for people who care about bleachers in this space that it is coming from and leaving. so i removed my room. every inch of it. every wall, the rug, my bed, every poster and sticker ..... this is literally exactly how i left it (doc to come on how we actually did this ..). it's a bit literally but the only way i was going to fully move on and live what i'm trying to live on gone now was to remove this room and freeze it. it speaks to how badly i want to enter the next phase of my life and how impossible it is for me to let go of what's gone. cause with what's gone are people ... this room has seen it all as far as my life goes. some information: i will be taking the room on tour with me so people around the country can hear the album in it before shows. it will at the may and june dates. i haven't decided what will happen after that yet. come in - touch whatever you want - hear gone now in its birthplace and in the center of its inspiration."

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Do not mess with Jackée Harry’s legacy.