Doja Cat wins the 2021 JLo Grammy because inevitably at every Grammys since JLo did it with her Versace, someone comes through with a dress plunge, and this is our version this year. I actually quite like the “Kill Bill” on top of this look. The skirt part kinda falls apart for me because of the feathers but I get the idea here, trying to marry a biker thing above the waist and a ball gown situation below.  (Go Fug Yourself) 


Do you f-ck with ranch dressing? F-ck yes I f-ck with ranch dressing. Nothing I like better than ranch dressing at a buffet. I put it on iceberg lettuce salad with a LOT of fake bacon bits. You have to have enough bacon bits so that the bits and the ranch dressing mix together to form a paste. (Dlisted) 

Those are tears in Tiffany Haddish’s eyes, and there will probably be tears in your eyes when you watch her find out she won a Grammy. And how wonderful she is with these kids. But my big takeaway – this is what a Grammy means to people. It means a lot to a lot of people. To a lot of people who, you know, don’t get fair consideration by the Grammys. The Grammys haven’t been all that responsible with themselves. And this is one of the reasons they need to do better to put some integrity into their awards. To live up to what we’re seeing here. (Pajiba) 

Here’s another feel-good moment. Yo Yo Ma went for his vaccine and decided to make the experience a lot more musical. Now everyone who was there has an extra special memory about their vaccination day. (Cele|bitchy) 


It has been a year and there is still no justice for Breonna Taylor. And here’s one way that the internet and social media haven’t been totally toxic – by telling her story and keeping her in conversation. Mary Retta writes about how the internet has remembered Breonna but also about how Black people shouldn’t have to be remembered online in death. “Let’s build a world where Black people are not memories.” (The Cut)