Billie Eilish Is Beefing With Taylor Swift Fans, Millie Bobby Brown Hates Movies & Kelce Jam Is Coming Back

Well, it happened again. The Vols broke my heart.

Tennessee had a promising run to the Elite 8 but ultimately fell short to Purdue and that 7-foot-4-inch foul-drawing oak tree they planted under the hoop.

Not that I'm bitter at all.

Another year, another soul-crushing loss. But I still had to bounce back and put on a brave face for my dog's birthday yesterday. She's 15, and I just want her to be able to see ONE Tennessee National Championship in her lifetime. Is that too much to ask?

But hey, at least we didn't blow it as badly as Kentucky did!

That's not just a metaphor. This is a live look at the storms rolling through UK's campus this afternoon. And now, I'm hunkered down in Middle Tennessee waiting for another nasty-looking storm cell to pass through here.

Let's pour a drink, find a room with no windows and say a quick prayer for the roof and the fence. Get comfy. It's Nightcaps time!

Millie Bobby Brown Doesn't Like Movies

I have never related so hard to a celebrity.

Despite making her living on the silver screen, Millie Bobby Brown (a.k.a. Eleven on Stranger Things) said she doesn't like watching movies. Because BO-RING.

"I don’t watch movies," she said. "People come up to me and say, ‘You should definitely watch this movie, it would change your life,’ and I’m like, ‘How long do I have to sit there for?’ Because my brain and I don’t even like sitting for my own movies."

She took some weird heat for that comment on social media, but, honestly, I'm with her. Sure, I'll watch a movie if I'm in the living room and my husband turns one on, but I don't really have the attention span to sit and stare at the screen for that long.

I know, I know: I can sit and watch 10 hours of football on a Saturday or Sunday, but a 90-minute movie is too much of a commitment. It doesn't make sense, but I inevitably will get distracted. It usually goes like this:

Oh, that actress looks familiar. What else was she in?

So I look her up on IMDb, and — before you know it — I have gone down a 30-minute rabbit hole of fun trivia about the movie, where it was filmed, AirBnBs in the cool-looking town they showed in the movie, research on historical inaccuracies depicted in the film... By the time I snap out of it, I've missed the entire plot.

I can't help it. It's just who I am as a person. That said, though…

I Watched The Road House re-make.

And I actually paid attention. I thought it was wildly entertaining. Silly, yes — but it was supposed to be.

I loved that they didn't try to follow the exact script of the first movie. They made it their own while still paying homage to the original.

And Conor McGregor's character was perfectly ridiculous.

We decided to watch the 1989 Road House a couple of days later. I hadn't seen it since I was a kid, and man — from the big hair to the music, the outfits and the cheesy dialogue, it might just be the quintessential '80s movie.

I know, there's stiff competition. Off the top of my head… Top Gun? Back to the Future? Ghostbusters?

Send me your vote: Which 1980s movie do you think most perfectly encapsulates the culture of that decade? Email me at

And full disclosure: I was born in 1989, so don't yell at me if I overlooked any obvious ones.

Billie Eilish Is Beefing With Taylor Swift Fans

Never has a group of people in the history of the world been as defensive as Taylor Swift fans. If you dare to even vaguely throw shade at Taylor, you'd better be ready for her loyal mob of obsessed followers to come after you with pitchforks.

It's cult-like. I used to wonder how Jim Jones convinced 900 people at Jonestown to drink the Kool-Aid, and then I see the behavior of Swifties, and it all makes sense.

Anyway, Billie Eilish has unfortunately found herself on the wrong side of Swiftie rage, thanks to some comments she made in a Billboard article last week.

In the interview for the article, Eilish denounced the growing music industry trend of releasing multiple "vinyl variants" — in other words, a different pressing of the same album with slight alterations, such as multiple color options or even including additional tracks. Taylor Swift is notorious for this.

Not only is it a way to squeeze extra money from fans, Eilish says it's downright "wasteful."

"We live in this day and age where, for some reason, it’s very important to some artists to make all sorts of different vinyl and packaging. [It] ups the sales and ups the numbers and gets them more money and gets them more," she said.

"I can’t even express to you how wasteful it is. It is right in front of our faces, and people are just getting away with it left and right, and I find it really frustrating as somebody who really goes out of my way to be sustainable and do the best that I can and try to involve everybody in my team in being sustainable. And then it’s some of the biggest artists in the world making f-cking 40 different vinyl packages that have a different unique thing just to get you to keep buying more."

Fighting words!

Naturally, Swifties came out in droves to defend their billionaire queen.

"I don’t understand why she’s attacking Taylor… I dare you to prove a point and not release ANY physical copies of your album," on fan wrote on X.

"You don’t want to mess with Taylor Swift fans you need to be smarter than that," another person posted. "Any fan base can cancel your music out faster than you can blink."

These people are lunatics. Environmental issues aside, the lengths they will go to defend someone who doesn't even know they exist all while shoveling piles of cash into her bank account is astounding.

Anyway, Eilish responded to the backlash on Instagram, saying she was not singling anyone out.

"Okay, so it would be so awesome if people would stop putting words into my mouth and actually read what I said in that billboard article," the 22-year-old singer wrote. "When it comes to variants, so many artists release them, including me, which I clearly state in the article. The climate crisis is now, and it’s about all of us being part of the problem and trying to do better sheesh."

Nothing like a couple of private-jet-flying rich people arguing about who's worse for the environment. Have we tried just throwing soup all over both of them?

Speaking of Taylor Swift, let's check in with her boyfriend.

Travis Kelce Brings Back Kelce Jam

Last year, Travis Kelce debuted "Kelce Jam" — his very own music festival and another opportunity for him to get the attention he so badly craves.

I'm KIDDING… but not really.

Anyway, he's bringing Kelce Jam back this year, and they just announced the musical lineup: Lil Wayne, Diplo, 2Chainz, Tech N9ne, DJ Irie and others.

I barely know who any of those people are (except for Lil' Wayne), but I also admit I don't exactly have my finger on the pulse of music popular with youths these days. I do like that song Diplo did with Koe Wetzel, though.

Last year, things got rowdy during a Wingstop-sponsored eating contest, and Travis even beer-luged off the Lombardi Trophy. Take a look.

It's a frat party, and Travis is the star.

But we really need to talk about his uncontrollable urge to sing whenever he's handed a microphone. Between the ick-inducing "Viva Las Vegas" after the Super Bowl and his rendition of "Friends in Low Places" at the parade, it's really time to leave the singing to the professionals.

But he won't. So you already know we're going to get some KillaTrav karaoke at this music festival.

The event will be held May 18 in Kansas City, and if you're interested, you can get tickets at

But don't expect Taylor to make a surprise appearance. She'll be in Stockholm, Sweden, performing on her Eras Tour. Although I guess I wouldn't be surprised if she hopped a flight to and from Europe all in one day.

Don't worry, Billie Eilish, she'll plant some trees to make up for it.

MP From Virginia Throws It Back

Last week, I shared a video of a British TV host named Nick Ferrari, who said fat people need to stop being so sensitive and take responsibility for their weight. So MP shared with me this throwback:

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A very funny song by Bette Midler during Johnny Carson’s retirement week. The best line is "They could land a DC-10 on my rear."

One More Thing

This bird's favorite song is "September" by Earth, Wind & Fire. And he'll sing it anytime, anywhere he damn well pleases!

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