Hope you and yours are okay in this fiery hellscape nightmare time.
PSA! If you need to catch up before The Heir Affair comes out in July, The Royal We is currently $2.99 on almost all e-book platforms:
Here’s some other stuff to read:
We did a truly psychotic amount of Met Gala retrospectives this week. You can catch up here.
We couldn’t get these pictures legally, so thank god — now and forever — for R. Eric Thomas at Elle: Channing Tatum Wins This Week’s Quarantine Fashion Challenge In Gold Lamé
This was an interesting piece on AdWeek about the J.Crew bankruptcy: J.Crew’s Glory Days May Be Key to Its Resurrection
At Hyperallergic: What Happened When Eight People Were Sealed Inside a Self-Contained Ecosystem. Many of us are about to find out, personally!
I totally indulged in this same Gossip Nostalgia via Instagram yesterday! At Lainey: Jennifer Aniston’s orange pants
This was also a very interesting interview with Lainey at The Cut, about covering celebrity gossip in lockdown (and just basic celeb behavior in These Times).
At Town and Country: Martha Stewart’s Gardener Has Spent 45 Days in Quarantine With Her at Her Bedford Estate. (He’s cute!)
I don’t know why I’m vaguely interested in this break-up, but here we are: Kristin Cavallari thought Jay Cutler was ‘lazy,’ ‘unmotivated,’ needed a post-NFL job. As someone who watched their reality show on occasion (like if I was sick in bed), I think he WAS lazy and unmotivated and needed a job! [Celebitchy]
This is truly a tale, at the New York Times: “A shipboard entertainer is among those who have been quarantined for weeks on a cruise ship near Barbados. Stuck in his deluxe cabin, he has an audience of one.” He’s been on the boat for two months!!
In these dark times, I DID need this story about Kristin Chenoweth and Prince. [Comicbook]
This is fun, at Messy Nessy: If You Can’t Go Out to the Disco, Bring the Disco to You
Interesting, at the Paris Review: The Fabulous Forgotten Life of Vita Sackville-West
I found this very touching, at the LA Times: Longtime Dodger Stadium ticket taker leaves a lasting impression on one family. I REALLY miss the Dodgers.