Because we hope you spent your weekend not caring about anything other than what time happy hour starts, we’re bringing you our Pop Culture Roundup. Your one and only stop for the top five pop culture moments from this weekend that will get you through your mid-day Monday slump. It’s like cold brew for the soul.
In a joint statement on Instagram. Bachelor Nation’s Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick announced that they’ve called it quits. They thanked their fans for supporting them in their decision , said they hope to continue their friendship, and, most importantly, assured everyone that they will not force their dogs into a Parent Trap-style situation, saying “Ramen and Pinto will continue to be cared for together as brothers.”
After just over a year of marriage, Sophia Bush filed for divorce from her husband Grant Hughes. This comes only seven weeks after Sophia posted in Instagram to celebrate their one year anniversary. Now, she’s officially changed her IG handle from Sophia Hughes back to Sophia Bush and wiped her ‘gram clean of her now ex-husband… so you know it’s legit.
Kyle Richards and singer Morgan Wade are playing up the dating rumors. Kyle stars as Morgan’s love interest in her upcoming music video. They both posted a teaser video to Instagram and Morgan captioned hers “The interested asked and @kylerichards18 and I delivered. ;)” As Kyle famously said, “in Beverly Hills you can be anything, but it’s most important to be yourself.”
Jessica Alba, Hilary Duff, Gayle King, Alicia Keys, Mindy Kaling, Channing Tatum. Hunter Schafer, Lana Condor, Max Greenfield, Shay Mitchel, James Kennedy, Sofia Vergara, Sarah Paulson, Lupita Nyong’o, Vanessa Bryant, Ashley Tisdale, and Vanessa Lachey all showed up and showed out to Taylor’s LA Eras Tour. There’s truly nothing better than seeing celebs collecting their Eras bracelets and singing along to “You Belong Like Me” just like the rest of us, except with much better seats.
In case your own “weird Barbie” has developed an off-putting smell or her hair has reached a level of crunchy that’s just too far gone, you can now buy one based on Kate McKinnon’s character from the hit movie. Weird Barbie is available for pre-order until August 18.