Happy Friday, friends and loved ones!
– We revealed the winner of Fug Madness! Make sure you take in our stirring video tribute to the competition, One Fugging Moment.
– At Lainey: Aw, Jenny Slate brought Mae Whitman as her date to the premiere of the movie she’s in with her ex, Chris Evans. I feel like…when you are forced to go to an event with your incredibly hot ex, you do need your friend there for moral support.
– You’ll enjoy this, at The New Yorker: Classic Hollywood Photos That Reveal Who Movie Stars Are.
– This is a good read, at Racked: SoulCycle Sold Fans on Fitness, Now It’s Cashing In on Clothes.
– So interesting, at Vanity Fair: The Man Behind History’s Most Iconic Movie Posters, From Breakfast at Tiffany’s to James Bond.
– This is awesome, at Jezebel: Learn Your Way Around Fashion History With How to Read a Dress.
– Not all heroes wear capes. NPR brings us: The ‘Grammar Vigilante’: Defender Of Truth, Justice And The Grammarian Way.
– NatGeo has a sense of humor and is also very concerned about the earth: These Satirical Nat Geo Headlines Aren’t Too Far Off.
– Hilarious, and, wow, I missed a lot of these: 12 of the Sweet Valley High Books’ Most Ridiculous Plotlines [Mental Floss]
– At Pajiba: The Cast for Adam McKay’s Dick Cheney Film Is Bonkers.
– Per Celebitchy, Taylor Swift has been hiding out in Nashville, working on her new ‘sound’. I hope it’s like Ross Geller’s sound.
– At The New Potato: 15 Books You Should Read This Spring.
– At Revelist, these nails that change color in water are very cool.
– These are really really cute cookies. [Cupcakes and Cashmere]
– Buzzfeed wonders, How Many Times Does Nicole Kidman Have To Prove Herself?