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Rachel Lindsay Just Shared Details About Her First Conversation With Peter Kraus Since ‘Bachelorette’

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  • Rachel Lindsay has spoken to Peter Kraus for the first time since seeing him at the After the Final Rose ceremony in 2017.
  • Rachel admitted that she and Peter were tempted to follow each other on social media after their talk, but chose not to.

    It’s almost hard to believe that the last time Rachel Lindsay and Peter Kraus spoke to each other IRL was at that extremely awkward After the Final Rose ceremony back in 2017, right? Bachelor Nation peeps are literally always running into each other, but somehow Rachel and Peter haven’t had the opportunity to exchange words. That is, until now.

    During her and Becca Kufrin’s Bachelor Happy Hour podcast, Rachel revealed that she and Peter “communicated” during the George Floyd and Black Lives Matter protests and shared that “he was asking me questions about it and stuff for some advice about responses he had gotten.” (Whatever that means.)

    Rachel didn’t share anything too specific, but she did say that her and Peter’s conversation almost led to them following each other on social media. Ultimately, Rachel and Peter decided not to do that because “it would just turn into something that it shouldn’t.”

    “I still get messages that tell me, ‘You were really into Peter.’ It’s like, guys, I’m married now,” Rachel added, making a point to note that she and her husband Bryan Abasolo just celebrated their first year of marriage. “It’s sad because we were like, ‘It’s probably not a good idea to hit that follow button.'”

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    For what it’s worth, Peter seems to have moved on now—back in 2018, he shared that while he had “zero communication” with Rachel at the time, he was still pretty tuned in to the happenings of her life with Bryan. “She’s still very much in the press, and so I see it from time to time. I’m happy for them,” he told Us Weekly.

    In the great word of Marcia Brady: “Sure, Jan!”

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Brad And Jen Did Some HEAVY Flirting On A Zoom Table Read And The Internet’s Not Coping

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Exes Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt reunited this week for a virtual table read of the ’80s teen comedy Fast Times At Ridgemont High, and while they were joined by a star-studded cast, all eyes were very much on them, and the flirty tension they were giving off.

Julia Roberts, Jimmy Kimmel, Morgan Freeman, Henry Golding, Shia LaBeouf, Matthew McConaughey and Sean Penn joined the pair, who participated in the live-streamed event to raise money for charity.

At the kick-off point, the former couple exchanged a casually flirty greeting that went a little something like:

“Hi, Aniston.”

“Hi, Pitt.”

“How you doin?”

“Good honey, how are you?”

“I’m alright.”

That “how you doin?” feels like an especially loaded phrase.

The internet, of course, latched on to their chemistry immediately, and Twitter proceeded to break down and analyse ever second of their interaction:

Later, they read out the famous pool scene, and he fully blushed as she read out the line “hi Brad, you know how cute I always think you were.”

OH YOU TWO:

Brad is currently dating model Nicole Poturalski, while Jen is single, and says she’s not dating or looking right now.

The pair have repeatedly said that they are not getting back together, but this spark of chemistry is a ice little reminder that they’ve still got it.

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Death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Stirs Powerful Reactions

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Legendary Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday at the age of 87, prompting an outpouring of tributes and condolences from America’s political grandees. The death of a liberal lion on the court in the stretch run of the 2020 election also sparked immediate speculation about whether President Trump will be able to replace her with a conservative jurist before inauguration day.

The Democrats’ 2016 nominee Hillary Clinton saluted RBG as a pathbreaker:

Former president Jimmy Carter, who first appointed RBG as a federal judge, saluted her as a “beacon of justice.”

Former Republican president George W. Bush saluted RBG’s lifelong “pursuit of justice and equality”:

Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts senator and 2020 presidential primary candidate, bid a heartfelt goodbye to her friend “Ruthie” whom she called an inspiration in her own legal career.

James Clyburn, the third ranking Democrat in the House, praised Ginsburg’s “unwavering commitment to justice for all.”

Senator Cory Booker, who also ran for the Democratic nomination in 2020, praised RBG as a “warrior for justice.”

Ginsburg’s death being so close to the election will likely throw Washington into turmoil, with Mitch McConnell promising that “Trump’s nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate.” But because Republicans blocked Obama nominee Merrick Garland’s appointment in March of 2016, citing an upcoming election, Democrats are calling for the Senate to wait until after inauguration day 2021 to fill the vacancy.

Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer repeated McConnell’s statement on Garland’s nomination word-for-word:

News began breaking Friday night of remarks by key Republican moderates in the Senate who could stand together and prevent the seating of a new justice until the next president is inaugurated. New York Times reporter Jonathan Martin reported on Maine Senator Susan Collins’ opposition to a hasty confirmation:

Reporters for Alaska media outlets passed on similar word from Sen. Lisa Murkowski:

As for McConnell, his full statement was complete with linguistic gymnastics that cast his promise to bring a new Trump nomination to a prompt vote as something other than rank hypocrisy:

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On ‘Ratched,’ Sarah Paulson Terrorizes Patients at Calabasas’ Famed King Gillette Ranch

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Ryan Murphy’s new “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” prequel, “Ratched,” finally dropped today on Netflix. The highly-anticipated origin story takes a look at the early career of infamous villain Nurse Mildred Ratched (played by a deliciously vicious Sarah Paulson) as she perfects her special brand of patient care and lobotomy skills at the fictional Lucia State Hospital. Though it is getting slammed by critics (Mashable calls it “the worst season of ‘American Horror Story,’” while Variety deems it “inscrutable” and “gratuitously unpleasant”), the show is not a total waste. Set in Monterey County in 1947, “Ratched” has all of the engaging markings typically employed by Murphy — vivid set design, dramatic cinematography, general campiness, and locations that, no matter how macabre, draw you right in.

Shot in both Northern and Southern California, Lucia State Hospital is actually an amalgamation of three different Los Angeles spots, namely King Gillette Ranch in Calabasas, which was used for all of its exterior shots.

Tucked away on 588 acres in the Santa Monica Mountains, the ranch was initially built as a private home for King Camp Gillette (his real name). Yes, that Gillette, as in “the best a man can get,” the guy responsible for inventing and mass-marketing the world’s first disposable safety razor. In 1926, the wealthy entrepreneur and his wife, Atlanta Ella Gaines, purchased a hilly plot (then measuring “only” 360 acres) at the edge of Las Virgenes Valley and commissioned architect-to-the-stars Wallace Neff to build them a luxury retirement home. Today, the property is a designated part of the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority and often used as a filming location, perhaps best known for its appearance as “The Biggest Loser” Ranch, though it has been featured in scores of other productions.  As such, I immediately recognized it when it popped up on “Ratched.”

Click on the Gallery link to read more about King Gillette Ranch from “Ratched.”

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