PINOT NOIR. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Titus Burgess launches his own line of wine “to be enjoyed by all the fabulous Kings and Kweens.”
SUPPORT. Apple now provides iPhone support on Twitter: “In its first three hours since going live, the account responded to more than 400 distress calls, covering everything from Apple Music and smart quotes to Apple IDs and the iCloud. Like the company’s other support pages, inquirers are asked to direct message (DM) the team with more information.”
RIP. Autopsy results on Bobbi Kristina Brown to be revealed tomorrow, 7 months after her death: “Per NBC affiliate 11 Alive, an Atlanta judge on Thursday ordered the results be unsealed, following a motion by news company TEGNA Media that cited the First Amendment. (The State reportedly requested the documents be sealed in September to keep the information private in an ongoing investigation into Bobbi Kristina’s death.)”
MASH-UP. James Corden brings together Adele’s “Hello” and Ryan Murphy’s The People v. O.J. Simpson.
NATURE. Death Valley has become a valley of life thanks to once in a decade Super Bloom.
SCOTUS. More updates on the Supreme Court’s hearing of Texas’ abortion law, HB2, including transcripts of questioning from RBG.
SPACE. Massive volcanoes that exploded on Mars billion of years ago completely altered the surface of the Red Planet: “A large volcanic structure known as the Tharsis volcanic dome caused the Red Planet’s surface to tilt by 20 to 25 degrees 3 billion to 3.5 billion years ago. Tharsis is home to the largest volcanoes in our solar system, and because of their mass they were able to spew out so much lava that the outer layers of Mars rotated around its core. Imagine if you had a peach and you twisted the fruit’s flesh around its pit — that’s what happened to Mars. Tharsis dome formed 3.7 billion years ago, and from there hundreds of millions of years of volcanic activity created a plateau on the Red Planet that weighed a billion billion tons. For reference, that’s about 1/70th the mass of Earth’s moon.
CANDID CAMERA. Canadian government official poses for photo-op in classroom with students and science experiment. The science experiment ended up looking a lot like…well, dildos.
LOVE. Sarah Paulson opens up about relationship with Holland Taylor: “My choices in romantic partners have not been conventional, and therefore the idea that it is ‘other’ makes it compelling…If my life choices had to be predicated based on what was expected of me from a community on either side, that’s going to make me feel really straitjacketed, and I don’t want to feel that. What I can say absolutely is that I am in love, and that person happens to be Holland Taylor.”
INK. Stephen James is covered all over.