The daily gossip: Margot Robbie was 'dying on the inside' in those Barbie photos, Amy Schumer plans to get 'forever cancelled,' and more
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Margot Robbie was 'dying on the inside' in those 'Barbie' set photos
Life in plastic, it's ... pretty embarrassing. Margot Robbie chatted with Jimmy Fallon about those set photos of her and Ryan Gosling rollerblading in bright neon outfits while filming Barbie, revealing the shoot didn't feel as fantastic as it looked. "I can't tell you how mortified we were," she said. "We look like we're laughing, having fun, but [we're] dying on the inside. I was like, 'This is the most humiliating moment of my life.'" Paparazzi photos from the outdoor shoot went crazy viral, but Robbie told Fallon she never expected a crowd of "hundreds" would gather to watch them. "It was mad," she added. If she thinks that's bad, Robbie had better start bracing for an even bigger stage next summer, when Barbie inevitably shatters Avatar's box office record. Does Avatar have Ryan Gosling in a cowboy outfit? We didn't think so.
Amy Schumer plans to get 'forever canceled' as 'Inside Amy Schumer' returns
Inside Amy Schumer hasn't been canceled, though if Schumer has her way, she soon will be. The comedian's sketch show is returning after a massive six-year hiatus, with a fifth season set to premiere on Paramount+ next month. "I wanted to bring back Inside Amy Schumer to burn any remaining bridges," Schumer joked. The show previously aired on Comedy Central. In 2016, Schumer announced "we aren't making a show anymore," leading fans to assume it had been canceled, but she later clarified it just wouldn't return "in the foreseeable future." Six years later, it's safe to say she wasn't kidding. For season five, Schumer declared that "we're not holding anything back," adding, "You won't want to miss the show that will finally get me forever canceled." At this point, though, it's seeming like the only surefire way to get canceled in Hollywood is to be a Batgirl movie.
Adam Levine admits he 'crossed the line' but denies affair
I did not have sexual relations with that Instagram model, Adam Levine says. The Maroon 5 singer has responded to allegations from Instagram model Sumner Stroh, who on Monday alleged she had a year-long affair with Levine and that he wanted to name his baby after her. "I used poor judgment in speaking with anyone other than my wife in ANY kind of flirtatious manner," Levine admitted, seemingly confirming the DMs shared by Stroh are real. He continued, "I did not have an affair, nevertheless, I crossed the line during a regrettable period in my life." The singer also admitted that "in certain instances it became inappropriate," but he claims he has taken steps "to remedy this" with his family. Levine has been married to Behati Prinsloo since 2014, and she recently announced she's pregnant with their third child. "I take full responsibility," Levine said. "We will get through it."
Ana de Armas visited Marilyn Monroe's grave to get permission for 'Blonde'
Does Ana de Armas want to be haunted for life? Because this is how you get haunted for life. The rollout for the Marilyn Monroe movie Blonde has taken another bizarre turn, with de Armas claiming she received permission to make the film after visiting the late star's grave. Speaking to AnOther, de Armas recounted that the Blonde crew "got this big card," and everyone working on the movie "wrote a message" to Monroe. "Then we went to the cemetery and put it on her grave," de Amras said. "We were asking for permission in a way." The Knives Out star presumably felt this permission was granted, but we're not so certain, considering de Armas previously revealed Monroe's ghost then visited the set and would "throw things off the wall sometimes." Based on some of the early Blonde reviews, though, it's always possible this was simply the ghost of de Armas' Oscar hopes and dreams.
The Golden Globes are coming back — on a Tuesday
The dead speak! Twitter has heard a mysterious broadcast, a threat of REVENGE in the sinister voice of the late GOLDEN GLOBES. The awards show everyone loves to hate will officially return to NBC in January 2023, the embattled Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced Tuesday. The ceremony was yanked from the air this past year after revelations that the group that puts it on, the HFPA, had literally zero Black members. But after instituting reforms, the HFPA's time-out is apparently over, though notably NBC only reached a one-year deal to broadcast the show. Most bizarrely of all, this year's show will air not in the usual Sunday night time slot but on a Tuesday night, because when you think of Hollywood's drunkest night of the year, you think … Tuesday. The 2022 Golden Globes weren't televised at all, but if all goes well, 2023's broadcast could draw as many as tens more viewers!