Obsessed with Shania Twain’s look at the CMT Awards last night. It’s the perfect choice for her – the dress may not have worked for the next person but it is 100% pure Shania Twain. Which is why she is feeling the sh-t out of herself in it. Also… a round of applause please for Shania’s wig game. Her wigs over the last year have been next level! (Go Fug Yourself)
Social media has taught us many things about celebrities. Some of those things haven’t been surprising. But I don’t think anyone could have predicted when Instagram was first introduced that Martha Stewart would be as skilled at thirst-trapping as she is at making a soufflé. For the record I have never seen Martha soufflé – but I have seen every single one of her thirst traps and they are all delicious. (Dlisted)
It was a huge weekend for sports, led by the NCAA women’s basketball tournament but of course there are assholes out here trying to ruin it. Caitlin Clark is a great player, arguably the best player, and Angel Reese is an amazing player, and they both did the same thing: competed at their highest level to win, but only one of them is getting sh-t for their competitive spirit… and why do you think that is? Just let them f-cking play, and if there’s trash talk, so be it. Intense rivalry, big personalities, elite athletes finding a way, willing a way, to win – this is what makes sport compelling, no matter who’s playing it. And did you know that the ratings for the women’s Final Four were higher than any NBA game on ESPN this season!? Why? Because people were tuning in, in BIG numbers, to watch these athletes do exactly what we saw this weekend: play ball and trash talk.
So the next time someone tries to tell you that women shouldn’t be paid as much as men because people simply aren’t paying attention … point to this and tell them to shut the f-ck up. (Pajiba)
Reese Witherspoon has filed for divorce. And it will be efficient. Like Tracy Flick levels of efficiency. (Cele|bitchy)
OMG remember the George Foreman grill? Did you have one? I did not have one, but I always wanted one, and everyone I know who had one loved it. So I totally get this nostalgia piece and I too have come to realise how complicated nostalgia can be. (Eater)