Britney Spears Recreated Famous Album Cover With Her Kids At Disneyland

  • Cool mom Britney Spears took her kids to Disneyland, where they stumbled upon a beaded curtain and recreated her iconic (??) album cover for Oops, I Did It Again. If you can’t remember what the hell that cover looked like, here is a refresher. [Instagram]
  • Happy birthday to Susannah Mushatt Jones of good old Brooklyn, NY, the oldest woman in the world. How’d she do it? A steady passion for gum, barbecue chicken and bacon, naturally. Let’s take lessons from this elder queen. [Refinery29]
  • Caitlyn Jenner is a blogger now? Sure. [WhoSay]
  • Where’s Hillary Swank these days? What’s she been up to? Turns out, the two-time Oscar winner has been taking care of her ailing father who recently underwent a lung transplant and serving as his sole caretaker. Gentle reminder: Call your parents. [The Guardian]
  • Serena Williams beat her sister Venus at Wimbledon today. This scoots her into the quarterfinals, with her eyes set on achieving her fourth Grand Slam title. Serena, in case you didn’t realize, is awesome. Need I remind you of her C-walk to victory in 2012? [ESPN]
  • Lord Disick has been abandoned by Lady Kardashian, and honestly, good riddance. Here’s a grainy picture of him and some ladies that aren’t Kourtney in front of a table full of pills, drugs and drank. [UsWeekly]
  • Someone did the Lord’s work over at The Cut and scored all of the humpy, gyrating, dick-thrusting, ab-rippling dances of “Magic Mike XXL.” [The Cut]
  • Kit Harrington is still showing up with his floppy Jon Snow hair, which he supposedly hates, and everyone’s freaking out because OMFG MAYBE JON SOW IS STILL ALIVE SOMEHOW AAHHHHHH?!?!? [Vulture]
  • It’s so cute when #brands try to play nice with the youths. It’s less cool when said #brand tries to participate in a cute trending Twitter hashtag that’s actually fat-shaming and mean. BenefitUK tried to connect with their youthful consumers by tweeting a bunch of shit under #MakeAMovieAFatty. It went very poorly. [Racked]
  • Bravo’s reality-TV-trash-production-vehicle is spitting out a new show, tentatively titled “Potomac Ensemble,” which will follow the ups and downs of life at Jack and Jill, a black social organization headquartered in Washington D.C. I’m sure this will go well. [The Root]