Miko Grimes Unloads on the Dolphins and Ryan Tannehill


We haven’t checked in on Miko Grimes since she laid waste to Sage Steele back in November, but she was back with a vengeance this past weekend to touch on some of her favorite subject matters… the Miami Dolphins and Ryan Tannehill!

As per usual, pissy Dolphins fans breathed life into Miko by talking about Brent while the Steelers were stomping on their team, so she did her thing burned them all for being happy about a first-round exit:




Before segueing into classic Tim Tebow>Tannehill angle:








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Trump’s Pettiness More Dangerous than Ever, Plus Did Brie Larson Cold Shoulder Casey Affleck?

You know how Trump gave all of Obama’s ambassadors their walking papers effective inauguration day, meaning many countries may not have an ambassador for months, until Trump’s choices are confirmed? OK, now Trump has done the exact same thing, only instead of ambassadors, IT’S THE PEOPLE IN CHARGE OF NUKES! (Gizmodo)

In case you missed it over the weekend, petty short-fingered vulgarian also replaced the Inauguration announcer — who has been doing it for 60 years — with one of his own supporters. (Jezebel)

At the box office this weekend, prediction experts once again underestimated the drawing power of a majority black cast. (Uproxx)

I didn’t pick up on this at the Golden Globes, but Brie Larson — an advocate for sexual assault awareness — was not exactly elated about handing an award to Casey Affleck. (Lainey)

I know nothing about fashion, so I don’t know if Nicole Kidman’s dress at the GG’s was awful, or if these guys just want to rabble rouse. (Celebitchy)

Meanwhile, Vivian was a big fan of Evan Rachel Wood’s non-dress. Me too! (The Mary Sue)

Cindy, who used to do the awards show fashion round-ups for us, is still writing them, and as always, doing a bang-up job. (Oohlo)

I didn’t even notice this trend, but it’s true: SMOTHER MOTHERS are all over TV right now. (FSR)

Meanwhile, the ACLU is rushing to court today to try and stop a new Kentucky abortion law that not only requires women to have an ultrasound before they can have an abortion, but a doctor must narrate, in detail, the ultrasound, even if the woman averts her eyes or objects. HOLY SHIT. (ACLU)

TheShitWizard brings a book about movies to our attention for her first CBR9 review. Hadley Freeman’s Life Moves Pretty Fast: The Lessons We Learned from Eighties Movies examines the lessons we can take from the cinema of the 1980’s, devoting a chapter to each of the movies she considers. It was a "nostalgic love letter to the films that made up my formative years… and to the power ballads that accompanied them." What 80’s movies are you nostalgic for? (Cannonball Read 9)


Look Back on Drew Barrymore’s Adorable First-Ever Golden Globes Appearance

Drew Barrymore attended the Golden Globes on Sunday night looking completely stunning — and she definitely knew it, too. The 41-year-old actress and Golden Globe award winner flaunted her figure on the red carpet in a Monique Lhuillier gown and was equally ebullient while presenting on stage with her Santa Clarita Diet costar Timothy Olyphant. Drew’s Globes appearance was her first since 2014, and marked her sixth over time; she first graced the show when she was only 8 years old, hitting the red carpet in a sweet pink princess-style dress and even speaking on stage with her E.T. costar Henry Thomas (seriously, watch the video below, she’s ridiculously cute).

More proof that Drew has always been one of Hollywood’s most delightful humans.

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Lola Kirke’s ‘Fuck Paul Ryan’ Pin Was the Best Accessory at the Golden Globes

Sunday night on the Golden Globes red carpet, Mozart in the Jungle’s Lola Kirke stunned in an embroidered soft pink Andrew Gn gown, complimented by the most gorgeous of accessories—a small button reading “FUCK PAUL RYAN” as a message to the Speaker of the House who is dead set on defunding healthcare provider Planned…

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One Guru’s Guide to Kundalini Yoga

The founder of the RA MA Institute in Venice, California (a second location is soon to open in Palma de Mallorca, Spain), Guru Jagat is a buzzed-about figure in the yoga community who teaches a variety called Kundalini while draped in white garb, often including a turban. Even Alicia Keys has been singing Jagat’s praises since notoriously going makeup free. In her new book  Invincible Living: The Power of Yoga, the Energy of Breath, and Other Tools for a Radiant Life, Jagat promises to reveal practice’s secrets for boosting mood, enhancing beauty, and increasing creativity.

“We need a higher caliber technology to basically upgrade our own human operating systems, and that’s what Kundalini yoga does and is,” says Jagat. A focus on meditation and variation of movement sets the practice apart from more popular forms like Vinyasa. “Standard yoga has become the highest hobby sport injury arena, even higher than basketball and some of the other hobby sports, because, my opinion is that there’s all this repetitive motion. We have enough repetitive motion in our daily lives,” she explains. “There’s this kind of multi-faceted experience you’re going to find in a Kundalini yoga class, because there’s 8,000 different prescriptive meditations and breaths, you’re going to never really have the same experience twice.”

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If all of this feels very abstract or unattainable, it’s worth noting that Jagat is well aware of the “barriers to entry” that surround yoga in general—things like unrealistically good looking people posing on Instagram. “‘I need this book in Wal Mart,’” she told her publisher. “There are 80 million people on this planet that want to try yoga this year, but they feel like they are afraid to do so. There’s all sorts of reasons why they talk themselves out of it because they feel like they don’t belong to the spiritual culture or the physical culture. So this book is really kind of a love song to the every person.”

If you’re interested in dipping your toes into Kundalini, Guru Jagat provided DuJour with a breathing exercise from Invincible Living below.


NOTE : You can do this exercise no matter where you are, even if it’s in line at the supermarket.

POSTURE: Sit or stand.

EYES: Keep your eyes closed, gently focusing up and in at the brow point.

BREATH AND MANTRA: Inhale and hold your breath. Press the tip of the tongue to the roof of the mouth. Mentally vibrate the mantra, Victory! Exhale. Repeat and continue. You can also hold the breath and mentally repeat, Victory, victory, victory, victory…as many times as you can in one breath. Exhale and repeat.

TIME: 10 seconds to three minutes

TO END: Inhale, exhale, and relax.

Photo Credit: Lisandra Vasquez

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Everything You Missed From the 74th Golden Globes

As always, before the show even started, the battle for best dressed raged on the red carpet. Sarah Jessica Parker made her first Globes appearance in years (nominated for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy TV Series for her role in HBO’s Divorce) and donned a white gown and crown of braids. Although Parker told NBC it was unintentional, the internet has collectively decided the look was the first of last night’s many tributes to the late Carrie Fisher.

Priyanka Chopra, Lily Collins, Emma Stone, Ruth Negga and more leading ladies made the carpet a bit more sparkly than usual in shiny gowns covered in jewels and sequins. Jenna Bush Hager caused a storm of tweets with an unfortunate snafu—the NBC reporter and daughter of George W. Bush merged the titles of Hidden Figures and Fences when asking Pharrell Williams about his nomination for Best Original Score (for Hidden Figures). Ridiculously enough, later in the night Michael Keaton made the same mistake while reading the nominees for best supporting actress (the winner was Viola Davis, for plain Fences).

Host Jimmy Fallon opened the show with a hilarious musical number parodying 2016’s biggest moments in film and television. In the skit, O.J. Simpson’s infamous Ford Bronco caused a traffic jam, Kit Harrington (Jon Snow from Game of Thrones) gasped back to life and Fallon spoofed La La Land with a piano number ending in the revival of our favorite SNL bromance—Fallon and Justin Timberlake. 

Questlove—Fallon’s right-hand man on The Tonight Show—provided the tunes during the show, and the DJ and Roots frontman even let Julia Louis-Dreyfus take a gif-inducing turn on the tables.

As the awards rolled on, the cast and crew of La La Land barely had any time in their seats, many thanks were directed at the both the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and Ryan Murphy (but none at O.J Simpson himself, as Fallon correctly predicted) and a few notable moments sent us on a roller coaster of laughter and tears. 

As Ryan Gosling headed to the podium to accept the award for best actor in a motion picture musical or comedy for his role in La La Land, we laughed as fellow nominees Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool) and Andrew Garfield (Hacksaw Ridge) shared a smooch from their adjacent seats. Things got serious during Gosling’s speech, when he thanked his partner Eva Mendes and dedicated the statue to her brother, who recently lost his battle with cancer.

Meryl Streep also made a strong, emotional statement (despite losing her voice) as she accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement. Without mentioning president-elect Trump’s name, she called out some of his controversial actions and policies as they relate to Hollywood. Naming the impressive roster of talent from other countries in the room, she told the crowd “If we kick them all out, you’ll have nothing to watch but football and mixed martial arts, which are not the arts,” to a big round of applause. She called upon the Hollywood Foreign Press and the film and television community to support the Committee to Protect Journalists and ended with a touching sentiment from Carrie Fisher, saying, “As my friend, the dear departed Princess Leia, said to me once, take your broken heart, make it into art.”

See below for the full list of winners from the 74th Golden Globe Awards: 

Best supporting actor in a motion picture: Aaron Taylor-Johnson in Nocturnal Animals.

Best actor in a TV series, drama: Billy Bob Thornton, Goliath.

Best foreign language film: Elle.

Best actress in a TV series, musical or comedy: Tracee Ellis Ross, Black-ish.

Best TV series, musical or comedy: Atlanta.

Best actress in a miniseries or TV movie: Sarah Paulson, People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story. 

Best miniseries or TV movie: People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.

Best movie score: Justin Hurwitz, La La Land.

Best supporting actress in a motion picture: Viola Davis, Fences.

Best supporting actress in a miniseries or TV movie: Olivia Colman, The Night Manager.  

Best actor in a motion picture, musical or comedy: Ryan Gosling, La La Land. 

Best screenplay, motion picture: La La Land.

Best animated film: Zootopia.

Best actor in a miniseries or TV movie: Tom Hiddleston, The Night Manager.

Best actress in a TV series, drama: Claire Foy, The Crown. 

Best TV series, drama: The Crown. 

Best director, motion picture: Damien Chazelle, La La Land.

Best actor in a TV series, musical or comedy: Donald Glover, Atlanta.

Best actress in a motion picture, musical or comedy: Emma Stone, La La Land.

Best motion picture, musical or comedy: La La Land. 

Best actor in a motion picture, drama: Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea.

Best actress in a motion picture, drama: Isabelle Huppert, Elle.

Best motion picture, drama: Moonlight.


Photo by: Paul Drinkwater/NBCUniversal via Getty Images

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Ryan Gosling Thanked Eva Mendes And Dedicated His Golden Globe Award To Her Brother

Stars attend the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills

While Ryan Reynolds was being consoled by Andrew Garfield (“I know I know, you would have won if musicals and comedies had separate categories“), Ryan Gosling thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for giving him his first Golden Globe award. Ryan took home Best Actor in a Musical/Comedy last night for La La Land, and he filled his acceptance speech with nice things about his “ladyEva Mendes.

Ryan didn’t bring Eva Mendes with him to the Golden Globes last night, and I’m sure that caused his fangirls to get excited at the prospect of a maybe-single Ryan. But that dream was shattered hard after he took the stage and accepted his award.

Ryan started with a joke about being confused for Ryan Reynolds, something Blake Lively will no doubt get high off of for several months. (“Can you believe Ryan Gosling gets confused for mah husband? Goodness me!“). After he thanked everyone associated with La La Land, he said he wanted to thank “one person properly“, which was “his lady.” Ryan never thanked Eva by name and says he was able to make La La Land while his “lady” took care of their daughter Esmeralda and was pregnant with their second, Amada. Then Ryan turned into the dream boyfriend character the internet made up years ago by dedicating his award to Eva’s brother Juan Carlos Mendes, who died of throat cancer in April.

Normally I don’t like things that make me feel emotional while I’m trying to get drunk, but I really liked that Ryan made his GG speech about his family. Ryan won for Best Acting in a Comedy or Musical, and I was dreading that he might pull a theater kid move and accept his award by singing his thank-yous. I’ve already heard the opening of City of Stars about 1200 times already, so I appreciate what you did Ryan.

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Human Rights Watch Reports Rapes of 16 Women by the Police Force in India

The National Human Rights Commission in India released a report on Saturday stating that they believe 16 women were victims of rape by police officers in the Bijapur district of central India during an attack on Maoist rebels in the Fall of 2015. There are potentially dozens more assaults yet to be confirmed.

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Manny Ramirez is Back!

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Outside of a flurry of trades during the first week of December, the MLB Hot Stove hasn’t been so hot all offseason. A little disappointing, but that is what you’re going to get with a weak free agent crop loaded with old dudes no one wants for big money (and a draft pick).

However, it does look like BC Joe’s suspicions from a couple weeks ago were true: Manny Ramirez is headed to Japan to play for the Kochi Fighting Dogs at the age of 44!

Manny last played in Taiwan for The Rhinos in 2013 and killed it, batting .352 with eight home runs before leaving after 49 games.

In case you’re wondering how he’s looking these days, Juliana, Manny’s wife, posted a video of him working on his swing during the holiday season:

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It’s No Lie, Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon Were So Cute at This Golden Globes Bash

Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon were as cute as can be when they popped up at HBO’s Golden Globes afterparty on Sunday night. The duo — who costar in HBO’s upcoming show Big Little Lies — played up their offscreen chemistry on the red carpet as they held hands and shared a few laughs. Their outing got even cuter when they linked up with pal Sarah Jessica Parker, who gave us major Carrie Bradshaw vibes in her white Vera Wang gown. Earlier in the evening, Nicole and Reese took the stage together to present an award at the ceremony. If this is any indication of what their show will be like, we’re in for a real treat.

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