Tom Brady’s 4-Game Deflategate Suspension Has Been Overturned

A judge has overturned Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for allegedly being “generally aware” that there was a scheme to deflate AFC championship game footballs last year. I don’t really get this whole deflategate thing, but does this mean Gisele and Tom won’t get divorced now? [Buzzfeed]

I am calling bullshit on this tabloid story that says Caitlyn Jenner cried when she saw the video for Tyga’s “Stimulated,” which features the rapper indulging in a little PDA with barely legal girlfriend Kylie Jenner. I call bullshit because, while tears of disgust would be totally believable, Hollywood Life says, “The video made Caitlyn sad and brought her to tears because she wishes she had what Kylie has — young love.” GTFO, Caitlyn was not driven to tears becaue she’s envious of her youngest daughter’s gross relaysh, JUST STOP. [Hollywood Life]

Remember how someone had the nerve to say Idris Elba is “too street” to play James Bond, and the Internet WENT OFF on how wrong that opinion is? Idris Elba himself weighed in on Instagram in the chillest way possible:

Bryan Cranston says being famous is not unlike being a pregnant woman! No, not in terms of emotional mood swings or physical changes, but there are similarities in the way people treat you. He told the Hollywood Reporter:

“Being [famous] is almost like being a pregnant woman. People think they can just put their hand on your belly and tell you, ‘Oh, you’re going to have a boy!’ It’s like having a complete stranger fondling you…And they have this sensibility where they feel comfortable coming up to you and saying, ‘You know that thing you did? I didn’t like that movie.’”

Sure, that makes sense. [Us Weekly]

This piece on Taylor Swift’s cringeworthy obsession with blackness is great, especially the first sentence’s description of her as “a Horcrux for white mediocrity.” [Blavity]

Behold, my favorite thing on the internet today: Kanye West dancing to the “why you always lying” Vine!

Apparently, there are going to be two hosts for the 2016 Academy Awards. Earlier contenders include Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, who ably hosted the Golden Globes three times, as well as Key and Peele. But I’m holding out for “Broad City”‘s Ilana and Abby, though I know we would never be so lucky. [EW]