What do you think we can glean from Noah Centino and Lana Condor’s social media posts on the TATBILB table read? Lana’s post is clear and conscise, explaining the who/what/when/where details. Noah’s post is like, “Huh? What? Oh ya dude here are three rando photos – link in bio!” These is extreme Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky energy.
This Viola Davis clip is getting traction online and it’s so interesting that while she lists her accomplishments (of which there are many), she is still prefaces it with “I have a career that’s probably comparable to Meryl Streep, Julianne Moore, Sigourney Weaver.” She is being humble. It’s not “probably” comparable, it IS comparable. And to hear her say plainly that she is nowhere near them in terms of jobs and rate is frustrating but not surprising.
This morning Lainey posted about Leonardo DiCaprio wearing a mask and I do think that celebrities could help encourage use in North America. Designer Tory Burch has started a mask challenge for celebrities. This is a good idea. If they could get everyone to wear yellow rubber bracelets, why not masks?
There’s probably a way to tie mask wearing into a superhero challenge. So many people are obsessed with grownups who wear masks for a costume, so why not… be a grownup who wears a mask in real life.
If you could take advice on any topic from any celebrity, who would it be and what would be the topic? I’m asking because Nick Cannon has a new show in the works, Celebrity Call Center. Keep in mind, these are mostly E! reality TV celebrities giving advice. It’s not like George Clooney is part of it. There’s already a preview because this is a concept that totally works over Zoom.
There are a lot of different perks to being a celebrity, but getting early access to meet a meerkat has to be at the top of the list.
A play in three acts.
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