“Ariana Grande’s birthday party had a ‘Midsommar’ theme” links

Ariana Grande’s birthday party had a Midsommar theme. [Dlisted]
Donald Trump knew about the Russian bounties as early as January. [Towleroad]
Celebrities are still “thirsting” after Andrew Cuomo. Can we not. [Just Jared]
Should we be watching Homecoming Season 2? [LaineyGossip]
European royals really started to get active last week. [Go Fug Yourself]
The history of Pride in six minutes. [OMG Blog]
Jon Stewart’s new movie is incredibly disappointing. [Pajiba]
Mike Pence’s corona task force has spread the virus further. [Jezebel]
90 Day Fiance’s Pedro shows off his weight loss. [Starcasm]
Lizzo wore Monot to the BET Awards. [RCFA]

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  1. Princess Caroline says:

    Just when I thought I couldn’t love her more! Loved that movie, so creepy and I would kill for one of those flower crowns!

    • Harper says:

      I loved it too. Original and very moody. Try to watch it if you haven’t had a chance and are looking for some lockdown entertainment.

  2. Kay says:

    Aren’t we supposed to be in quarantine lol

    • Anya says:

      Right? That’s what I was thinking when I saw the photos. Here in Tucson we are almost out of ICU beds. My sister is a doctor at a hospital and is seriously having a hard time because she sees so many horror stories. Unless they are all quarantining, come on now, stop this foolishness.

    • ME says:

      Don’t you know celebs don’t have to quarantine? They can fly off on their private jets and go wherever they want, have parties, live their normal lives. The virus doesn’t mess with them (so they think).

      • The Recluse says:

        You’d think that Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson and D.L. Hughley would be warning enough, right?

    • Case says:

      Seriously, I’ve seen so many celebs having parties these last couple weeks. Full on PARTIES while here I am, afraid to go to the grocery store lol.

  3. Lucy says:

    All I can see is a bunch of people NOT keeping a safe distance from one another.

  4. Marie says:

    So the ten year old next door couldn’t invite any friends for his birthday bc of social distancing and she can have a party?

  5. Belig says:

    Homecoming: I haven’t seen season 2 yet, but season 1 is *brilliant*. Don’t watch it on a platform where you’re can’t fast-forward, though, or you might find it horribly boring, as the director takes his time setting a mood…

    Alia Shawkat’s show, Search Party, now in its season 3, is amazing as well. A bit polarizing too, as it features the most self-absorbed millennials in the world… But that’s kind of the point!

    Both shows should be watched in the right order, and with no spoilers.

    • lucy2 says:

      Search Party is good! The first season especially was excellent.

      I hope Ariana’s friends have all been quarantining with her this whole time, otherwise having a party with no masks/social distancing and showing it off on social media isn’t very responsible.

    • Ang says:

      Honest question: how do you fast forward through shows and still enjoy/understand it? That makes no sense. You’re suggesting someone watch a show that they have to be sure to be able to fast forward through slow parts that may be important to the story? Quibi sounds for you

    • Ang says:

      Honest question: how do you fast forward through shows and still enjoy/understand it? That makes no sense. You’re suggesting someone watch a show that they have to be sure to be able to fast forward through slow parts that may be important to the story? Quibi sounds for you

      • Belig says:

        @Ang: maybe you could avoid making snap judgments about people who do things differently than you do, especially on something as trivial as TV-watching?

        I’ll explain anyway.

        It’s 2020. We don’t have to suffer through things we don’t enjoy. Torture scenes, violence and assault scenes, fight scenes (that endless Castle Black battle episode on GOT…), sex scenes, or just scenes with bloody Owen on Grey’s Anatomy? Fast-forward! At x4 speed if there’s no dialogue to catch and nothing important happens, at only x1,5 speed if there is fast-paced dialogue, because even if I dislike a character, I want to know everything that happens in an episode… etc.

        Homecoming has a very distinct esthetic. It is gorgeous… But it has various scenes that go on for several minutes, with no dialogue and just a fixed camera shot. In one of them, you’re just looking at an office worker shuffling papers around on his desk, and that goes on for something like three minutes. If you look at user reviews, a lot of people found those scenes torturous. Many dropped the show because of how slow it was, and as a result, missed out on a real gem: the show did make it on every critic’s best-of list that year.

        So, yeah: in a nutshell, adapting the way you watch stuff gives you access to stuff you couldn’t or wouldn’t have watched otherwise. Before I was able to fast-forward, I didn’t watch anything with violence, or that had those scary suspense-y scenes. Now, I can access those otherwise great works, without subjecting myself to things I don’t enjoy. Where is the issue with that?

      • DiegoInSF says:

        I’m with you Ang, if you have to fast forward, maybe that show’s not for you, lol at the Quibi comment, spot on!

      • Belig says:

        Ok, “Diego”.

  6. Nicole r says:

    Sometimes I fast forward scenes too!
    First of all I can’t stand when a show used to have commercials so there is a lot of “recapping” scenes which I can’t stand and lots of slow fades into the commercial. I grew up without a tv (crazy hippie parents) so I’m not used to it and it drives me NUTS. Completely ruins the story. I skip ahead 10 seconds every time. With movies, not as much but if there is something disturbing that doesn’t seem to even add to the story I’ll skip through it…doesn’t happen so often.

  7. Joanna says:

    Pedro is so hot and puts up with so much from Chantel and her family. He looks great

  8. Totally OOC says:

    I burned my face with glycolic acid a few days ago and omg I looked like a burn victim. Third degree burns for sure. This is what happens when you don’t have access to a dermatologist :(

    I just want to look good without make-up :( (

    By “make-up” I mean concealer and stuff, I still like lipstick and the occasional eyeshadow. I just wish I didn’t have to use make-up to hide the imperfections on my skin.