Part of my job involves interviewing people, and there have been times when I’ve asked a question based on inaccurate information and it is mortifying. Four times in the same interview? I would want to die on the spot. Should people have done better research on Iwan Rheon? Yes, of course. Does a lot of research these days for actors come from IMDb and Wiki? Yes. That’s f-cked me up too. But none of that is as deliberately f-cked up as some of the sh-t you see at the Daily Mail and the Sun. And consider how many people go around believing that. (Dlisted) 


This shade of blue, and any shade of blue, as a solid block, with no print, isn’t my thing. But there are some people who improve blue – and Yvonne Orji is one of those people. Blue is lucky to be worn by her. Or whatever you want to call this colour. And this dress is lucky too. Everything about this look just pops. (Go Fug Yourself) 

Let’s stay updated on Prince Andrew, the son of the Queen of England who is being sued for sexual abuse and is a “person of interest” in the investigation into his friend, the dead rapist pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his alleged sex trafficking accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell. Andrew has left Balmoral after spending time there with his mother. If he’s not by her side anymore, does this mean he’s gotten what he’s wanted and doesn’t need to be in her face about protecting him and funding him anymore? Probably, is what I would guess. He’s gotten all the assurance he needs – a f-cking crown is protecting him. (Cele|bitchy) 


Do you miss The White Lotus? Are you late to The White Lotus? If so, I’m jealous. You’re in for a ride. And you get to appreciate “Kai”, played by Kekoa Kekumano who is so attractive, it makes me lightheaded. (OMG Blog) 

Duana sent this article to our group chat and I cannot wait to dig into it tonight because, like many of you, I have read my fair of “Jonathans” who used to dominate the literary scene. What is the state of the “Jonathans” now? I just did a quick skim and this sentence, by Emily Gould, is delicious – about Oprah and what she said about Jonathan Franzen. “No one has ever been told to f-ck off and die more politely.” Chef’s kiss. (Vanity Fair)