Welcome to the Morning Brief. These are some of the top celebrity and pop culture news stories making news this a.m.
Actress and director Lena Dunham is now six months of sober after “misusing” benzodiazepines, specifically Klonopin. She revealed the news during Monday’s episode of Dax Shepard‘s podcast, Armchair Expert. [HuffPost]
Channing Tatum showed his support for girlfriend Jessie J at Houston concert. What a good boy. [E! News]
I’d be pissed too. Pharrell Williams’ legal team has sent President Trump a cease and desist letter after the president played the artist’s song “Happy” at a rally on Saturday. The rally in Indiana occurred just hours after the shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. Eleven people lost their lives. [CNN]
Zoe Kravitz is engaged! And has been since February. She is engaged to actor Karl Glusman in February. [Rolling Stone]
Gotham set for a final season debut in January. Thursday, January 3, 2019, to be exact. But Fox also revealed that the fifth and final season of the series will be getting two additional episodes going from 10 to 12. [ComicBook]
Internet rightfully slams the ignorant Cardi B for telling internet trolls to “cut your veins” and “throw themselves off a fucking balcony” during an Instagram livestream. Rightfully so, many took to social media to slam her controversial remarks as “triggering,” “disgusting” and “insane.” [Hot New Hip Hop]
Netflix’s new docu-series Dogs is devoted to very good dogs, telling six stories of pups and their human friends. It will definitely make you cry, so break out the tissues and watch the Dogs trailer below.