Mary J Blige’s marriage ended in a mess. And afterwards he came for her money because even though he didn’t respect her during their marriage, he felt she owed him the respect of keeping him in that lifestyle. Understandably she never wants to find herself in the same position again. Mary sounds like she’s not interested in love right now. Or ever. Reminds me of that quote that’s attributed to Jackie Kennedy: the first time you marry for love, the second time you marry for money, and the third time you marry for companionship. (Dlisted) 

Did you see Isn’t It Romantic last week? I did. I went with Jacek. I knew I would like it because Sarah gave it a good review – the movie is fun, it’s quick, it’s cute, and it continues the run of romantic comedies from last year that contributed to the resurgence of the rom-com. Film critic Owen Gleiberman, however, thinks there’s still a problem. Or something? I’m not sure what his assessment of the problem is but what I do know is that this is the kind of one-lens film criticism that people like Meryl Streep and Brie Larson have been calling out. (Pajiba)

R Kelly had it coming. And today it came for him. Last time this happened and he went to trial and won, he had people continuing to support him and the industry largely ignored the implications. This time? This time that motherf-cker is probably a lot less confident. Good. (TMZ) 

A look back at the 2009 Oscar red carpet. Beyoncé was there. Anne Hathaway’s dress totally holds up. And Jessica Biel’s doesn’t, in more ways than one. That dress sucked back then, with the limp napkin thing tucked in the chest, and it still sucks now. (Go Fug Yourself) 
Jennifer Aniston and John Mayer are supposedly hanging out again and…well... I could totally see them getting back together. He does have an on-off thing with his exes. But I’m still hoping that she and Jon Hamm will find a way. (Cele|bitchy) 

This is today’s top story: Robert Kraft, the billionaire owner of the New England has been implicated in a rub-n-tug bust in Florida. Something something about a massage spa and happy endings. He denies any wrongdoing. This kind of thing, it’s not about sex. It’s about power. It’s not about “no one will have sex with me unless I pay them”, it’s about I’m such a f-cking boss I can buy anything, including sex. Nothing is unavailable to me. (The Ringer)