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DLISTED: Heather Locklear arrested!
NPR: SCOTUS smacks down Trump, refuses to hear DACA case.
NYT: Appeals court rules federal civil rights laws extends to gay people.
BILLBOARD: Gus Kenworthy slammed Ivanka Trump for showing up to the Olympics closing ceremony, asking on social media, “Honestly, tf is she doing here??” He was a bit more playful toward fast friend Adam Rippon:
Two weeks ago, at opening ceremonies, we met and a friendship began. Today, at closing ceremonies, it ends. @Adaripp, please stop calling me. You're honestly starting to get v clingy and I can't anymore. pic.twitter.com/h9GArWda9b— Gus Kenworthy (@guskenworthy) February 25, 2018
NEWNOWNEXT: Ricky Martin wants to shed light on and help normalize open relationships, which I guess will cut down on men feeling they need to lead a double vida loca.
INSTAGRAM: Madonna takes a swipe at Interscope in public response to manager Guy Oseary reminiscing about their Ray of Light triumph, decrying the songwriting process the company apparently mandates.
WATCH: "I really believe I'd run in there, even if I didn't have a weapon," President Trump asserts while discussing Florida school mass shooting response. https://t.co/KvQU9lpFGr pic.twitter.com/keCu0FrF92— MSNBC (@MSNBC) February 26, 2018
MSNBC: Trump brags that he would've run into the latest school shooting — even unarmed. History lesson: He dodged the Vietnam draft like five times.
KENNETH IN THE (212): Kenneth also had a blast at Bananarama's NYC gig.
NYT: Kirstie Alley finds curling boring, which — if you stare at the above pic from the NYT of the medal-winning curlers of Team USA, is just more proof why she never deserved Parker Stevenson in the first place.
VANITY FAIR: Monica Lewinsky wrote a #MeToo essay for Vanity Fair, in which she describes bumping into Ken Starr. Key takeaway from their encounter:
“Though I wish I had made different choices back then,” I stammered, “I wish that you and your office had made different choices, too.” In hindsight, I later realized, I was paving the way for him to apologize. But he didn’t. He merely said, with the same inscrutable smile, “I know. It was unfortunate.”
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HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: An amazing behind-the-scenes look at how that cringe-worthy La La Land/Moonlight mix-up occurred includes this tidbit:
A few weeks before the show, Oscars producers Michael De Luca and Jennifer Todd recruit Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway to present the best picture Oscar.
JENNIFER TODD, Producer, 89th Oscars Being that it was the 50th anniversary of Bonnie and Clyde, we thought, "These two people would be so spectacular to get!"
PEGGY SIEGAL, Publicist, hosted events for La La Land and Moonlight Warren and Faye have not had the greatest relationship over the years. This is common knowledge. It's a strained pairing because Faye is impossible.