For about an hour yesterday, TMZ had everyone believing that Dakota Johnson was pregnant for Chris Martin. Turns out it was a birthday party and not a gender reveal party. There is no pregnancy. You know what was the strongest evidence that there was no baby? The presence of Julia Roberts and Sean Penn. Dakota and Chris might be your current favourite performative hippy dippy first couple of Hollywood but even they would be terrified to invite those two, Julia and Sean, to a gender reveal party, are you kidding me? (Dlisted) 

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced this year’s nominees. Several of them have been nominated before but not accepted. Like JANET JACKSON. And CHAKA KHAN. What the f-ck is wrong with these people? Are they or were they all on Les Moonves’s payroll? (Jezebel)

My favourite part of this interview is when Cardi says that artists don’t run into each other at grocery stores which is why she had to throw her shoe at Nicki Minaj at the fashion week party. This makes total sense. You and I? Sure. We might run into our nemeses at the supermarket. But for famous people, a fashion party is the equivalent of a grocery store! (Just Jared) 
I can see Joey King’s point here about every woman shaving her head once but she’s 19. I’m well past that point. And also…not all heads are nicely shaped. Joey’s head-shape is beautiful. Nice and round and domed and even. I have a flat back of the head. It basically goes straight up from my neck to the crown. It’s freakishly weird looking so, no, I’m not shaving my head ever. A one inch trim is empowering enough for me at this point in my life. (Cele|bitchy) 

I took a very quick look at this shot of KJ Apa and then had to whip my head back and check again because I thought it was Colin Farrell. Which era? Britney era. Right?! Now I totally want to do a standalone post about this tomorrow so don’t steal my idea. (Go Fug Yourself) 

So did you see A Star is Born this weekend? We haven’t talked about it today because we’re waiting for more of you to get there to discuss certain moments. If you did see it though, you know Charlie. Adorable, sweet Charlie. He’s so f-cking cute. Charlie, by the way, is the dog. Bradley Cooper’s dog in real life and in the movie and he definitely deserves his own post. (The Ringer)