I read about Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest stunt this morning without having seen the video. The video makes it even more surreal, especially what he’s wearing. Which has always been part of his schtick. He isn’t there to blend in – he’s always there to take the form of whatever he’s mocking in the most obvious way to show how it moves around in the world unchallenged. The organisers here claim that he was challenged. I’m not sure I buy that. (Dlisted) 


Sarah’s review of Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga was posted earlier. If you watched it this weekend, and you want to read up on all those cameo appearances, here’s a good compilation. The one that got me hardest when I watched it last night was the Eurovision-Fleabag crossover. And then crushing disappointment because Jacek hasn’t seen Fleabag so I couldn’t share that discovery with him. (Pajiba) 

 I love Regina Hall so much. And I love The Hate U Give so much – the book and the movie. So if you haven’t seen it yet, come on get on it. Also Regina made me laugh when she described what FaceTime with her ma looks like. I wish I could see more “chin and ceiling”. My parents don’t know how to FaceTime. They don’t even know how wifi works. (Cele|bitchy) 

Catherine of House Cambridge in a floral print dress with smock sleeves. How do you feel about smock sleeves? I love the look but do they make your skin itchy? (Go Fug Yourself) 

BLACKPINK made their first appearance on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon (virtually) the other day. Their comeback also includes performances on programs in South Korea. What I appreciate so much about their Tonight Show performance is that their costumes were inspired by traditional Korean and Thai fashion. The Tonight Show audience, obviously, is westernised, obviously, so they knew exactly who they’d be exposed to. (JustJared)