Sunday Potluck: Still Obsessing Over Normani’s ‘Motivation’ and More!

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Ever since Normani‘s new single, “Motivation” dropped it has been on repeat. And I'm thinking that YouTube is getting pissed off at me for hitting repeat so many times.

Ariana Grande co-wrote the radio-friendly track and ode to the early 2000's artists such as Beyoncé, Britney Spears, Ciara, Aaliyah, and Jennifer Lopez.

Watch Normani's “Motivation” again and again.

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Hip-Hop’s first billionaire Jay-Z recently inking a deal with the NFL to run the Super Bowl Half Time Show and help them look like they care about social justice included him taking “significant ownership interest” in one of the teams, according to TMZ. — Dlisted

Anne Hathaway‘s Allure cover is quite the dramatic one. — Go Fug Yourself

Faye Dunaway’s former personal assistant is suing his former boss, saying she “regularly and relentlessly subjected plaintiff to abusive demeaning tirades” and used his sexual orientation to “demean and humiliate him at work.” — Towleroad

Here’s a gallery of some of the strangest accessibility nightmares from HELL! — OMG BLOG

Miley Cyrus rushed out a song so we would know the breakup was Liam’s fault. — Celebitchy

When Jeremy Cormier posted a smiley beach photo with former Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) on Instagram last week, he was roundly criticized for being tone-deaf. — Kenneth in the 212

These were the best-dressed men of the Golden Age of cinema. — Boy Culture

Pete Buttigieg turned down Tom Ford offer to help restyle the politician to have a more commanding appearance. — Evil Beet Gossip

Celeb Snaps: Joe Jonas

It was a Bond theme for Joe Jonas' big 30th birthday bash!

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🍸Jonas. Joe Jonas.

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Birthday Boiii !!! Love you ❤️❤️

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Bye, Bye Peter Kavinsky.

No longer will we hear the “whoa whoa whoa’s” made famous by To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before‘s Noah Centineo.

The actor, 23, announced on Twitter Saturday that he recently filmed the final take in the rom-com as his character Peter Kavinsky.

“Tonight was my last night as Peter Kavinsky,” he began. “I hope you all love these last installments as much as we do. Forever grateful for the opportunity to be yours.”

Centineo concluded his post with messages of gratitude. “Thank you Lana, thank you Michael, Thank you Matt, Thank you Netflix, grateful to every person who told this story with us,” he wrote.

Read more at People.

Sunday Potluck is a roundup of all the entertainment and celebrity news that you may have missed.

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