Family Says Bobbi Kristina Brown Is “Fighting For Her Life”

  • The Houston family says that Bobbi Kristina Brown, who was found facedown in her bathtub this weekend and had to be revived, is “fighting for her life.” [People]
  • Bruce Jenner is reportedly in the final stages of solidifying an interview with Diane Sawyer to discuss her transition to live as a woman. [Buzzfeed]
  • Goddammit, the GOOPifying of Beyonce has begun. Thanks to her friendship with Gwyneth Paltrow, I assume, Beyonce is launching a “22 Days Nutrition plant-based home delivery meal service” in hopes of turning the whole damn world vegan or something. [NYMag.com]
  • The real reason women are freezing their eggs is best summed up by this quote from a doctor interview by New York: It isn’t you. All day long, I see patients like you. You’re smart, beautiful, accomplished, nice. It makes no sense. I go home to my wife and I say, ‘There’s something wrong with the men in this generation. They won’t grow up.’” [NYMag.com]
  • David Owelowo, who was grossly overlooked for an Oscar nomination for his performance in “Selma,” says Hollywood and society at large is more interested in narratives of Black subservience. “We, as black people, have been celebrated more for when we are subservient, when we are not being leaders or kings or being at the center of our own narrative,” he said during an interview at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. “We have been slaves, we have been domestic servants, we have been criminals, we have been all of those things. But we have been leaders, we have been kings, we have been those who changed the world.” [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • I sort of respect this woman who filed a fraudulent tax return for $99 million in wages and then tried to cash hr $94 million return check before being nabbed by the IRS. [Madame Noire]
  • Mariska Hargitay and Ellen Pompeo took a cute Instagram photo and posted it to Taylor Swift’s attention, since Tay named her cats after their TV characters, Olivia Benson and Meredith Grey. [Us Weekly]