LITTLE MISS WOODS COMMA ELLE. Reese Witherspoon celebrates the 15th anniversary of Legally Blonde.
OH, CANADA. One member of the Canadian Tenors went rogue and changed a lyrics of the country’s national anthem to say “All lives matter.”
VEEP. It looks like it’s down to Governor Mike Pence and Newt Gingrich as to who will be Trump’s #2.
TWITTER. Turns out Taylor Swift wrote lyrics and did back-up vocals for “This Is What You Came For” under pseudonym for ex-beau Calvin Harris, which some sites are saying was the ultimate cause of their breakup. Harris responds. And Twitter throws a #TaylorSwiftIsOver party.
WATCH. Gay marriage plaintiff Jim Obergefell testifies before House hearing on anti-LGBT FADA (First Amendment Defense Act).
ORLANDO. J. Lo and Lin-Manuel Miranda perform tribute song to the victims of the Pulse massacre on The Tonight Show.
UNBREAKBLE? Titus Burgess leaves scathing review of New York moving company: “You f***ed with the wrong queen.”
WHITE HOUSE. Josh Earnest weighs in: “She didn’t earn the nickname ‘The Notorious RBG’ for nothing.”
STRIKE A POSE. Queer filmmaker Xavier Dolan models for Louis Vuitton.
UNITED KINGDOM, PART 1. David Cameron leaves number 10 Downing Street for the last time, says passing marriage equality was one of the highlights of his career: “I will never forget the day at when one of the people who works close to the front door said to me ‘I’m not very interested in politics Mr Cameron, but because of something your lot have done I am able to marry the person I’ve loved all my life this weekend.'”
UNITED KINGDOM, PART II. HM Queen Elizabeth II invites Theresa May to form a government. May is the second woman in Britain’s history to ascend to the top job.
POKEDICKS. There is now Pokémon Go adult entertainment.
SPORTS. Anti-gay boxer and politician Manny Pacquiao will reportedly return to the ring this fall after having supposedly retired.
HUMP DAY HOTTIE. Andres.