The video of the woman having the temper tantrum to end all temper tantrums at Victoria’s Secret was shared on one of my group chats a couple days and I had to dial down the volume on my phone because her wailing was LOUD AF. For me, the best part of the commentary was when Ijeoma Ukenta, the person who was being attacked by this woman’s white fragility, held up her “free panties” coupon to the camera. Ijeoma is Black, and was filming the situation because, well, Black people have centuries of horrific experience when white women decide to cry. Here’s an update on the incident. (Dlisted) 


With a Giambattista Valli collection, you’re always going to get the tulle. And there is a lot of tulle happening here – it’s pretty and after a year of no haute couture, I’m happy to see the tulle, to see people going full extra. What I really love about this collection, though, is the selection of black and whie tailored suits and capes. The second look in this gallery is incredible. In fact, every outfit that involves pants is outstanding. (Go Fug Yourself) 

In other Emmy nominations news, Oprah’s interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, aka the Television Event of the Year, has been nominated for being one of the Television Events of the Year. What have I been telling you! Can’t imagine the viper courtiers are happy about this. But between this and The Crown season four being so celebrated, the British royal communications team might want to work out some more creative strategies. (Cele|bitchy) 


When I think of 98 Degrees, only one song comes to mind: “Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)”. But they’re back, with new music, but the same name. Do you think they regret their band name? I mean they would never admit it, I don’t think. But still. That is not a name that holds up. I’m not even sure it worked back then. (OMG Blog) 

Rachel Handler did the work – and we must use allllllll our feelings to thank her. In today’s open, I wrote about Aline, the new film that premiered at Cannes that is totally about Celine Dion. Rachel was at the screening and she’s giving us all the details and our lives. (Vulture)