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Diddy and Lori Harvey may or may not have broken up because he’s been seen with another woman recently. The most interesting part about this possible breakup is the observing of social media rules. Diddy might not understand them which is a lesson he’ll have to learn if he wants to continue dating younger women. You know who could help with that? Leonardo DiCaprio. (Dlisted)

Holy sh-t this piece by Kayleigh Donaldson is making me rethink my t-shirt and sweatshirt shelf although I will never give up my Beyoncé “Twirl On Them Haters” hoodie. But I did choke when I came to the part in the article where there was once a shirt on sale that said “Keep Calm and Rape a Lot”, WHAT THE F-CK?! (Pajiba)

The other night, when I was watching Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette for the 25th and obsessing over Kirsten Dunst’s wardrobe from that film, I wanted to see gowns like that on the red carpet. Why not? And then Helen Mirren shows up in one. Thank you, Helen. We can always count on you. (Go Fug Yourself) 

Pete Davidson and Margaret Qualley are over. They were together for two months. He joined her at the Venice Film Festival and they were supposed to be keeping it low-key to set them up for success after the high-key experience of his relationship with Ariana Grande the year before. You know what this means? It means that we are one step closer to Pete and Miley Cyrus. Miley’s preoccupied with Cody Simpson right now but if that ends, when that ends, will there be an inevitable gravitational pull? Or is Pete off-limits because Miley and Ari are friends? (Cele|bitchy)

I went to NASA a few weeks ago in Houston and it was one of the best things I’ve done all year. I want to go back because there’s so much to do at the Space Centre and we didn’t get to all of it. Today was a big day at NASA – the first all-female spacewalk happened. And it could have happened much, much earlier but, you know, there were reasons. The reasons have nothing to do with women’s bodies but everything to do with how men perceive women. (The Atlantic)