In April, Beanie Feldstein took the stage back as the titular funny girl herself Fanny Brice in the first-ever Broadway revival of Funny Girl. The original Fanny, Barbra Streisand, stayed with the show for almost two years. But well, Beanie Feldstein will only be the “greatest star” for another five months. Also joining her exit is Jane Lynch.
If there was a categORI on Family Feud called, “Name something you know about Tori Spelling,” you might say that she was on 90210 or that she is allergic to privacy or that she knows her way around a plastic surgeon’s office. Because Tori has made it no secret that her face and body have been touched by a surgeon’s scalpel. Tori’s fake boobs are as much a part of Tori as questionable decisions or overdraft fees. But Tori’s titties aren’t long for this world. She recently revealed that she’s getting her implants out, and it sounds like the time to get them removed was a long-ass time ago.
Quentin Tarantino Is Thinking About Ending His Movie Making Career With “Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood”
It feels like every few years, the headline “Quentin Tarantino Hints At Retiring” squirts up like jizz out of Quentin Tarantino’s tip whenever he gets an alert that there’s a new entry on wikiFeet. In 2016, QT declared that he’d take his final bow as a movie director after his tenth film was made. Then in 2019, while doing promo for his ninth movie, Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood, QT let everyone know that he may be done with directing movies. And just in case we didn’t get it the first five hundred times he said it, QT is back to say that OUATIH would be a good movie to call his last because so many directors end their careers with a pile of cinematic shit. Cut to has-beens everywhere grabbing at QT’s legs while begging him to not go before Travolting their careers back from the dead!
Because everything RuPaul touches turns into a multi-series franchise, Canada’s Drag Race, the lower-budget but highly entertaining northern equivalent of RuPaul’s Drag Race, will be back for a second season. If they’re bringing back elements of the inaugural season, I hope to once again see plenty of plaid and fighting in a range of accents (west coast, francophone, Durham Region). But one element that won’t be returning for Season 2 of Canada’s Drag Race is Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman. I guess you could call Jeffrey the Merle Ginsberg of Canada’s Drag Race because he’s a one-and-done kind of judge.