Don’t let the Super Bowl get in the way of you getting caught on Lily Gladstone’s outfit at the Santa Barbara Film Festival. This is SPECTACULAR. And so well styled with her hair and the pants. She has not only not missed once this award season, she has been one of the very, very, very with her looks – the clothes are beautiful and they have so much meaning. More from Lily tomorrow because the Oscar Nominees Luncheon is happening right now. (Go Fug Yourself) 


Before Beyoncé broke the internet last night, her children were the scene-stealers. The Blue Ivy Carter and her sister, Rumi, joined their dad on the field before Usher’s concert and it was adorable watching Blue look after her sibling, clutching her own Barbie, wearing Givenchy, lol. How are these kids so grown?! (Elle) 

Kylie Jenner cut her hair and after all the early jokes about how she was turning into Kris, people are now remarking that she’s turning into her boyfriend, Timothée Chalamet. As Emma Chance notes, this is the latest in a white celebrity tradition. (Pajiba) 


Cardi B’s Super Bowl ad for NYX was cut short because they were making fun of men and their large penis obsession. Isn’t that exactly what this is about? (Cele|bitchy) 

How’s everyone doing with their Beyoncé homework? There’s a great conversation about it happening at The Squawk and people have shared Tressie McMillam Cottom’s TikTok that analyses Beyoncé’s inspiration and intention with these two new tracks and the upcoming album. I really liked what Tressie said about this possibly setting up as a showdown, a classic country western trope. Beyoncé is taking on the country music establishment, the gatekeepers of what is and isn’t country and basically saying, we’ve been here, you don’t get to tell us we don’t belong.


Replying to @🌚 you asked, i responded. #beyhaw #blonde #takeover

♬ original sound - Tressie McMillan Cottom