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There’s never a bad time to appreciate the celebrities who (against all odds) seem to be having a little fun in their lives. So in our new column, we’ll be celebrating the people absolutely nailing life right now—may their joie de vivre inspire us all. I want to get one thing out of the way right up front: In perhaps the most off-brand move of all time, I never actually finished the original Gossip Girl. (I get it! They’re rich and hot and mean! I don’t need multiple seasons of that when I can just rewatch The OC.) For this reason, you can trust me when I say that I harbor no real affection for or knowledge about actor Penn Badgley. I know he was on the show; I know he played a cute woodchuck in Easy A and is a psycho on You; I know he formerly dated Gossip Girl costar Blake Lively and is now married to Jemima Kirke’s cool doula sister. But that’s really where my insight ends.
So I was surprised to find myself absolutely hooked on his TikTok recently, where he dances to the likes of Taylor Swift and Meghan Trainor and, I must say, really gives it his all. See for yourself: I have always hated when straight, cis men ironically dance to female pop singers, almost as much as when straight, cis men intentionally pick songs by Rihanna or Madonna or any other pop chanteuse at karaoke. (Listen, if you’re going to do a rendition of “La Isla Bonita” or “James Joint,” you need to commit, not just swish your hips around and vaguely indicate that you’re so manly, your interpretation of the song is inherently funny! Sorry!) However, I can’t help being obsessed with Badgley’s performance, specifically because it’s so bizarre. He’s not trying to telegraph how cooler than thou he is—he just seems like a bored dad genuinely having fun on TikTok.
Years later, Ali was pregnant and I was swinging from the stars. Actually, more like hanging from them. I was terrified. I was trying to prepare myself for a whole new life. If I wanted to raise children, I still had some growing up to do myself. Ali told me that she loved all of me, even the troubled parts of my soul. That she loved me when I was four and eight and 12, that she loved me before she met me aged 13—when she heard about this boy who could make everyone laugh, but could also throw a dig. She didn’t need me to be anyone else. She loved me. I wrote her a song called “All I Want Is You,” but I put her as the protagonist. She is the singer of the song. It became one of our most enduring songs and the opposite of pretty much everyone’s reading of it:“You say you want diamonds on a ring of gold. You say you want your story to remain untold. All the promises we make/From the cradle to the grave/When all I want is you.”
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