Halle Berry is wearing a sack dress, perhaps my favourite kind of dress. Do you agree with the Fug Girls here though? Do sack dresses only look good on beautiful people? In my opinion, anyone can wear a sack dress…anyone, that is, who believes in the sack dress. Sack dresses require sack dress swagger. If you feel frumpy in a sack dress, a sack dress is not for you. But if you put on a sack dress and a pair of boots, under a denim or a leather jacket and throw on the shades and you’re ready to stomp? You’re already looking good to me. (Go Fug Yourself) 


Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are on a break – at least they are this week. But I feel like this was an easy story to report without actually knowing because she went to the Vanity Fair Oscars party alone and may or may not have been flirting with Noah Centineo. So will this break become permanent? Eventually. But I feel like these still have at least one cycle left in them. At least. It will materialise in the form of an engagement vow renewal, or something. Maybe a tattoo and more fluid exchange. Because part of their mutual attraction, as they’ve said as much themselves, is the whole Romeo and Juliet thing. As Friar Lawrence said, “These violent delights have violent ends”. But I don’t think the honey has become loathsome yet. (Dlisted) 

I’m sure you’ve seen those photos of Selena Gomez on the set of the third season of Only Murders in the Building wearing a wedding gown. So who is Mabel marrying? Will she actually go through with the wedding? Because Mabel, to me, would totally fit the profile of a runaway bride. I’m basing this entirely on the wedding dress. This wedding dress is not it. Our Mabel wouldn’t get married in a wedding dress this generic. (Cele|bitchy)  

Here’s what’s not new: radio jocks in Boston being sexist and racist but claiming they were only trying to be sexist. Well there’s another low in creativity. That said, I do love Mina Kimes’s response to this. I’m sure, given the industry she’s worked in, she’s unfortunately too familiar with this kind of f-ckery. (Pajiba) 

I can’t wait to read Esther Yi’s book about K-pop obsession. I’m already wondering if, um, it hits uncomfortably close to home. (Vulture)