Christina Aguilera has been parading in and out of buildings in New York this week and it’s been a fashion show. I want to know about her first look because of the jeans she’s wearing – high waist wide leg acid wash… and I never, ever thought I’d say this because I was firmly against the return of acid wash not too long ago but I don’t hate it. That said, I have conditions. I would never wear acid wash above the waist. Below the waist, fine, in certain situations. I got a pair of acid wash denim shorts last year and I love them. (Go Fug Yourself) 


It is confirmed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are now officially moved out of Frogmore Cottage and the parallel here is that Dominique is the one who wrote this post and she is preparing to leave Dlisted which, as Michael K confirmed earlier this week, is shutting down tomorrow. Michael will be posting a longer explanation on the last day of the site and I’ll be one of the many, many, many people reading it and feeling super sad about it because, again, he is an OG, one of the funniest, one of the best out there, and he will be SO SO SO missed.  (Dlisted) 

I’ve been to see Adele in residence in Vegas. The show is great. Part of that is, of course, the music, but a lot of it is her personality. And she has the kind of personality where she can engage her audience, freestyle in a different way every night – she just talks about whatever’s on her mind, and what was on her mind the other night was Scandoval. You and I might be tired of Scandoval but a LOT of people are not. I work with them – the people who are invested are INVESTED. (Cele|bitchy) 


I’ve been hearing about this Colleen Ballinger situation for the last couple of days but I’d never heard of her before and so I appreciate that Kayleigh Donaldson is here to break it all down for everyone. Colleen behaved very inappropriately. She got called out. And in response she pulled out her ukelele and doubled down in song. (Pajiba) 

I have posted extensively over the last few years about Korean content going mainstream and the major boost that Korean creatives have given to Netflix. Netflix will be relying on its Korean library through the writers’ strike and the potential actors’ strike. But in this thoroughly-researched piece in the LA Times, what comes to light is that it’s not just storytellers in Hollywood who are being exploited and underpaid. This is an essential read not only for those of us who enjoy K-dramas but for everyone paying attention to how Hollywood works and, in particular, how the Netflix disruption isn’t just limited to the western entertainment ecosystem. (LA Times)