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Celebrity Social Media Roundup for October 13, 2021

Yesterday I did collective reviews of Scenes from a marriage And you guys did it, I got a lot of emails and a lot of the reviews were similar: I loved the performance, I didn’t like the setting and the story so much. Interestingly, very few people told me that they actually finished the series.

Adonis is SO cute! And look at his race car birthday party – do you think his dad hired some Formula 1 drivers to show up, like the way regular dads hire an Elsa impersonator? As usual, Adonis’s mother, Sophie Brussaux, also attended the party and posted photos, so any co-parenting situation she and Drake have resolved seems to be going well. For a boy who had such a dramatic entrance into the public eye (how many kids are introduced to the world through a rap fight?), His family unit seems to be very calm.

Mae Whitman posted her virtual meeting with Zach Gilford with the hashtag #grannie which of course made me think of Grandma Saracen. This led me to her Instagram, which led me to a new style. FNL podcast hosted by Derek Phillips (Billy Riggins) and Stacey Oristano (Mindy Collette-Riggins). Podcasts based on major television shows (such as The sopranos other The office) are quite a genre, and for my part, I want to know all the internal baseball details about this program, and at the same time, I don’t want it to ever reboot. Mindy and Billy’s wedding was one of my favorite episodes.

Nothing new, there is no date for the third season. I just miss these chaotic horndogs.

Lainey wrote about Victoria’s retro look this morning and wondered if it was “a quick twist and not a normal one.” Well, it looks like we’ll be getting more of these dresses with the Victoria Beckham Body announcement. Body-con Posh is back?

The Kacey Musgraves album starry it is not eligible for the country album category at the Grammys. But why? Over the years the Recording Academy has made a lot of nonsensical decisions about categories and artists and who fits what, something that is supposed to be changing. Read more about this at Rolling Stone.

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