I feel like I’m falling behind on everything these days. I’m behind on TV shows. I’m behind on reading. And I’m definitely behind on Vegas residencies. The one I desperately want to get to is Celine Dion’s before it’s over this summer. I’ve never seen Mimi in Vegas. That needs to happen. Everyone says Lady Gaga’s is amazing. Cardi B is doing one. And now… Christina Aguilera too. (DListed)

Ashton Kutcher once asked Brad Pitt if he could take Jennifer Aniston when Brad and Jen were still married. This does not qualify as Gossip Nostalgia because nobody misses a time when Ashton Kutcher tried to get into Gossip’s Most Enduring Love Triangle. (Cele|bitchy) 

I didn’t love what Danai Gurira wore to the SAGs. But I do love this gold dress that she wore to the after-parties. The collar really finishes the look. That said, I wish someone would have reminded her to give it a tug down before the photos happened. It’s a small thing and certainly doesn’t detract from the actual dress but these are the minor adjustments that happen, often unseen, on a red carpet that go into a good picture. (Go Fug Yourself) 

Today is not Wednesday, which is too bad, because Wednesdays for me have now become The Masked Singer days. Dustin from Pajiba is watching too. Hate-watching. He also just wrote many hundred words about how much he hates it. Which, as he acknowledges, is basically a win for the show. It’s batsh-t and stupid and I know, I know, I know. But NONE OF US CAN STOP. (Pajiba) 

I’m sure by now you’ve heard about what happened to Jussie Smollett. And if you haven’t, what you’re about to read is distressing. What happened to Jussie happens every day around the world to people who are simply being themselves, hoping to live and love freely, without judgement. There is no defence for what he, and they, have to endure. (TMZ) 

Today’s headline that will take your breath away: Oscar Isaac (I saw him first) might play Timothee Chalamet’s father. Which is making some people very happy (me). The last Oscar Isaac movie I saw was Life Itself. It was terrible. So, so, SOOOO bad. I needed this. So I’m taking it very personally. Now stop asking Mark Ruffalo to play Noah Centineo’s dad. Why would you want to do that to him? (Vulture)