Rielle Hunter’s new book, What Really Happened: John Edwards, Our Daughter, And Me, claims Senator John Edwards carried on affairs with at least two other women with married to Elizabeth Edwards. We are shocked, shocked! [ABC News]
New couple alert! “Mad Men” star Elisabeth Moss is dating an Australian cinematographer Adam Arkapaw. [New York Daily News]
Some conservative fans are bashing Carrie Underwood after she came out in support of marriage equality. [Idolator]
Lena Dunham doesn’t give a shit what James Franco’s opinion is about “Girls.” [Vanity Fair]
Jay-Z is being sued for copyright infringement by a California man who claims that lyrics in the book Decoded were plagiarized off a stolen computer. [PopCrush]
“Terminator” star Nick Stahl checked out of rehab a week ago and has gone missing again. The actor freaked everyone out last month when he briefly went missing, presumably on a drug binge. [Stupid Celebrities]
Joan Rivers, who is an a-hole sometimes, called Christina Aguilera “fatso” when she appeared on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” last night. I’m assuming her “Fashion Police” co-star Kelly Osbourne, whose fat-shaming of X-tina has gone on for yeeeears, was delighted. [Huffington Post]
Fire up the TiVo: the five hot Romney sons will appear on “Conan” this Wednesday night. [Huffington Post]
Paul McCartney, who turned 70 yesterday, is old enough now that you can actually make a top 10 list of his best albums. [Celebrity Cafe]
Bristol Palin wants us to think she might actually run for office some day. [NYmag.com]
Katy Perry is getting criticized for bringing little girls with her on the MuchMusic red carpet dressed in various Katy-inspired outfits, including one with cupcakes over the girl’s breasts. Uh, how is this Katy’s fault? This kid has parents. [PopCrush]
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The Hollywood Reporter gathered this year’s possible Emmy-contenders for best comedic actresses, as has become tradition, for a pretty great roundtable. Featuring Tracee Ellis Ross, Lena Dunham, Gina Rodriguez, Ellie Kemper, Amy Schumer and Kate McKinnon, the discussion is a long-ranging one on being a powerful woman in the entertainment business and what it means to be funny. The…
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