*Checks notes* *adjusts glasses* Let's just dive right in.
The Grammy winner walked back some of her negative comments toward Jamie, and said she was just "obviously hurt" and needed support from her sister. In response, Jamie maintained that they should talk in private, away from the public eye, calling the public beef "embarrassing" and saying she has repeatedly tried to reach out.
The drama miniseries — about the real-life Anna Delvey who scammed her way through New York's elite while posing as a fake heiress — stars Emmy-winning actor Julia Garner as its titular protagonist/villain/girlboss. The show hails from Shondaland and marks creator Shonda Rhimes's first original creation for Netflix (to clarify, Bridgerton was produced, not created, by Shonda). For those who watch the trailer: I, too, was incredibly thrown off by Julia's bewildering accent.
During the divorce announcement, Anna stated she was "heartbroken that John has decided to end our marriage" after six years. In a new profile with Harper's Bazaar, the artist added, "Everything that has transpired has been totally shocking and I think surreal." By the looks of it, however, she is beginning to process and heal, and we wish her all of the best!
The former tidbit comes from an interview Jonah had with W Magazine. The latter is a satirical and false account from the Twitter page @LeCinephiles — but it sure had people fooled!
Bob, best known for his starring role in Full House, died at 65 last week. Hollywood legend and the first Black man to win an Oscar, Sidney died at the age of 94 on Jan. 6; this week, Halle Berry penned a moving tribute to the actor in Variety. Also this week, Zendaya mourned the death of the Ronettes' lead singer (she was 78), whom she will be portraying in an upcoming biopic.
Fans positively lost their minds when their spidey senses helped them identify Tom lurking in the background of a behind-the-scenes photo posted to Instagram. Given Zendaya's executive producer role on the hit show and — you know — the fact that the lad has visited the set "at least 30 times," we're sure it's bound to happen. (I'm manifesting. Leave me alone.) In the meantime, keep petitioning Tom!
At long last, Season 2 of the fantasy drama has begun production. And though I needed it yesterday (read: three months ago), I will settle for a spring release (Netflix, please). The four new cast members are Patrick Gibson as Nikolai Lantsov, Jack Wolfe as Wylan Hendricks, Anna Leong Brophy as Tamar Kir-Bataar, and Lewis Tan as Tolya Yul-Bataar.