Parks and Recreation is coming back for one final season, and to be honest, it's a very bittersweet moment for those of us who have spent seven years enjoying the town of Pawnee, Indiana, the parks department, Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson's mustache. (By the way, if Modern Family beats out Parks and Recreation next year at the Emmys, I will be staging a coup.)
So, by now you have likely heard that English actor Jude Law has sired his fifth child. Law has five kids with three different mothers and while he and this baby mama, singer Catherine Harding, are no longer in a relationship, they are getting ready to welcome a child in the spring. Law is 41 and he was once in a long-term relationship with Sienna Miller, but it's apparent that the actor gets around and is fertile.
I didn't think it was possible but Cara Delevingne managed to give the world one more reason to fall in love with her. After months of speculation regarding her sexuality, Delevingne put the rumors to rest in an epic way. Earlier this week, she posted an image on Instagram (that you can see below) showing her support for the Self Evident Truths Project, a campaign that aims to document 10,000 photos of people who "identify as anything other than straight" and fit on the LGBTQ scale.
Even when reanimated corpses are trying to eat your face, there's still time for love. The show The Walking Dead may be about the zombie apocalypse, but it isn't just blood and gore. It's about how people running for their lives can still find love. Maggie and Glenn are one of the best couples on TV, period. Part of what makes the couple so great is that it takes two of the show's better characters and puts them together.
It's always hard to get back into the dating game when a relationship ends badly. Lea Michele's last relationship ended in the most tragic way possible when Cory Monteith overdosed and died last year. I can't imagine what that feels like, but we're happy to see that she took some time to heal, and now she seems happy with her current boyfriend, Matthew Paetz.
Let's be honest: Before season 4's best episode and the season 5 premiere of The Walking Dead, Carol Pelletier was pretty basic. Beware: Spoilers ahead! She was whiny, needy, clingy and generally a burden on the group: She delayed their travels to search for her daughter, who ended up being one of the pet projects in Hershel's barn. She murdered and burned poor Tyreese's poor, sweet girlfriend over a flu. She cried when that little pain in the ass Carl Grimes told her that God doesn't exist.
Our dreams have come true! Neil Patrick Harris is hosting the 87th Academy Awards! While this will be his first time as the Oscars' emcee, the How I Met Your Mother star has hosted two Emmys and four Tonys—so he definitely has a ton of experience. Earlier today, he tweeted a video announcing the new gig, which is a big checkmark off his bucket list.
Dear Kesha, I've been there. No, I've never had a No. 1 single, I've never toured the world (though I did act as a roadie in Japan once, which was awesome), I've never collaborated with Iggy Pop, I've (thankfully) never worked with Dr. Luke, and I'm allergic to cats, so I'll never have a Mr. Peeps of my own. But what I did have, like you, is an experience with sexual assault. And like you, it was with someone who, at the time, I believed to have power over me and intimidated me into not reporting it.
I miss watching Sex And The City characters Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte navigate the New York dating pool, especially now that I am living here. There are so many advances with dating that the show never covered before it ended, like texting and online dating. It would be great to see Carrie Bradshaw on a Tinder date.