Scott Disick continues the self-described “bender of his life.” In the past few days Disick hosted a “bevy” of “scantily clad women.” The “handful” of women arrived outside of Disick’s house with rapper Mally Mall; one even came in a bathrobe! While the NYDN is obsessed with what the “group” of women were wearing, the most offensive thing about the whole scene was the terrible, ugly art that Disick seems to have bought to decorate his house. A Scrooge McDuck with faux graffiti marks? Terrible. [Us Weekly; NYDN]


According to British tabloid The Sun, Queen Elizabeth is a Nazi. Apparently they dug up some old family film the Queen’s uncle Prince Edward (you know, the one who was probably definitely a Nazi) showing her, her mother, and sister Margaret how to do a Nazi salute. The Queen is about seven in the film, shot at Balmoral Castle. The Sun insists that the film does not reflect poorly on the Queen, her mother or her sister, but rather is just a confirmation of long-believed rumors about Prince Edward.

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A palace spokesperson responded to the film: “Most people will see these pictures in their proper context and time. This is a family playing and momentarily referencing a gesture many would have seen from contemporary newsreels.” [The Sun]


Charlize Theron might have broken up with Sean Penn by ghosting him, but she’s apparently not using the age-old technique on his daughter, Dylan Penn. The two text or talk or something. In the meantime, Sean Penn is recovering from the breakup by spending time in South Africa, reshooting part of his upcoming movie The Last Face, which stars *sigh* Charlize Theron. [Us Weekly]


  • Nerds are very upset by Amy Schumer’s Star Wars-themed GQ cover. [NYDN]
  • The Beckham children have been blessed by the gods of good hair. [Pop Sugar]
  • Ruby Rose says she doesn’t know if she’ll be back for the next season of OITNB. [Variety]
  • Here’s a video of Justin Timberlake doing “the Carlton” with Alfonso Ribeiro. [E!]
  • Bobby Flay and Stephanie March are finally divorced. [Us Weekly]
  • Blair Waldorf (or “Leighton Meester” as she prefers to be called) is very, very pregnant. [Just Jared]

Images via The Sun, Getty