Serena Williams is having a baby with her fiancé, Reddit co-founder Alexis Onahian. I’m sure some in the tennis world responded by congratulating her or getting on the phone with Wilson and ordering a dozen or so custom-made infant-sized racquets with “future GOAT” printed on the handle. Romanian tennis champion Ilie Nastase acknowledged Serena’s big news by keeping true to his nickname and telling a nasty-ish joke about the baby growing inside her. Not surprisingly, Serena is not here for it.
The cast of Buffy the Vampire Slayer reunited in the pages of Entertainment Weekly to celebrate the show’s 20th anniversary. That reunion made a whole lot of fans of the show wonder: “Where in the hell are Giles and Faith? Did they get lost on the way to the reunion? Are they hiding behind a prop grave?” Sarah Michelle Gellar explained that Giles (Anthony Head) was doing a play in London. But no one had a reason for why Eliza Dushku was absent.
Lisa Kudrow was on Watch What Happens Live on Wednesday night to promote her new movie Table 19, and a caller asked her what was the worst behavior from a guest star on Friends. Lisa mentioned one guest star who was a straight-up sexist asshole to her. To Phoebe, of all people!
“The worst behavior, off the top of my head? I rehearsed without makeup most of the week, and then on show night, I’m in hair and makeup, and I was told, ‘Oh wow, now you’re fuckable.’ That’s bad behavior, I’d say.”
When asked by fellow guest Jennifer Beals if she retaliated in any way, Lisa said she went and told Matt LeBlanc, because “he’s like a big brother.” During the Watch What Happens Live aftershow, Andy Cohen asked Lisa if the guest star was Charlie Sheen. Lisa says it wasn’t. Okay, well that leaves about…oh my god, so many options. You know what? I’m not going to say out loud who I think the alleged asshole is, but I’m just going to leave this here.
Lisa didn’t say what happened after she told Matt LeBlanc. But I like to imagine he cornered said actor with the chick and the duck in the darkest corner of the Central Perk set and taught him a lesson in manners. “Now you go say your sorry, or else we’ll have no choice but to bring Marcel the Monkey into this.”
It didn’t take long after Kid Cudi accused Drake and Kanye West of using ghostwriters for both of them to angrily slap back. Both Kanye and Drake addressed Kid Cudi’s accusations while performing during concerts on their respective tours. About a week later, Kanye took back what he said and extended an olive branch to his “brother” Kid Cudi. Drake, on the other hand, clearly had more to say. And in a pretty un-Canadian move, it sounds like Drake did it by taking a subtle jab at Kid Cudi’s mental health situation.
The Walt Disney Company has a long and storied history of unintentional rudeness. Like the priest’s cartoon boner in The Little Mermaid, or the stars spelling out S-E-X in The Lion King, or the fact that Donald walks around without any pants like a damn duck pervert. The accidental rudeness extends to their theme parks as well. There’s a ride at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando, FL called the Rock N’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith.. It’s a roller coaster starring Aerosmith, and it features Steven Tyler throwing up what looks like an obscene hand gesture. Well, those pearl-clutching prudes at Disney finally caught wind about Steven’s unintentionally filthy hand, and now it’s gone forever. And Steven Tyler is angry that they had the audacity to do so.
On Sunday night, Adele taught one woman in the audience of her concert a very important lesson: you can say goodbye to the idea of recording her performance and getting away with it. During a show in Verona, Italy Adele spotted a woman in the crowd doing what many of us who have attended concerts in the past few years have been witness to. She was filming Adele’s performance. Maybe that lady is an aspiring Martin Scorsese and this was her attempt at making the Adele equivalent of The Last Waltz, I don’t know. Regardless, Adele Adkins doesn’t play with people who are watching her belt out musical feelings through a tiny screen, so she called her ass out.
that face at the end ? YES ADELE DRAG HER ????? pic.twitter.com/1VFdl1T9IV
— charlotte (@_charl_alice_) May 29, 2016
In case you can’t hear, Adele says:
“Yeah, I want to tell that lady as well, can you stop filming me with a video camera, because I’m really here in your life, and you can enjoy it in real life. Can you take your tripod down? This isn’t a DVD, this is a real show. I’d really like you to enjoy my show, because there’s lot of people outside that couldn’t come in.”
If this whole singing thing doesn’t work out, Adele should become a middle school teacher. Because that was some pitch-perfect “Oh, you’re in trouble now” teacher tone. I watched that through my computer, and I still sat up straight and got scared she was going to call my parents.
So that lady got shit for recording Adele. On the downside, she probably spent the rest of the concert trying not to make eye contact with those around her. But on the upside, she had a real one-on-one moment with Adele. With eye contact! You can’t tell me that there wasn’t at least a dozen Daydreamers in that audience that were seething with jealousy. “I’m recording the show too, you know. Why don’t you acknowledge me, queen?!?!”