The weekly roundup of internet awesome:
- Well that’s cool: British Art Dealer Discovers Unknown Monet Pastel Taped to Another Work.
- Royal awesomeness: 100 Years of Iconic Royal Wedding Dresses and If Prince Harry Were Your Boyfriend and Pictures of Prince George Stealing the Show at His Sister’s Christening.
- This delights me: E.L. James Held a Twitter Q&A and It Went Horribly, Horribly Wrong.
- I have much love for #1, and I agree wholeheartedly with #50, so I’m on board with this list: The Definitive and Final Ranking of All 50 States.
- The new movie was meh (minus Chris Pratt, of course), but I do enjoy this: Someone Replaced All of the Dinosaurs in Jurassic Park with Cats.
- World Cup madness: Listen to All Five U.S. Goals as Called by Telemundo’s Andres Cantor and Abby Wambach, U.S. World Cup Team’s Soul, Soars Despite Lesser Role and Helen Mirren Reads “Where the Sidewalk Ends in Awesome Fox Promo.
- This pleases me: Stephen Colbert’s Temporary Late Show Marquee Is One Large Pizza Ad.
- Delightful: Channing Tatum’s Vogue Might Just Be Better Than Madonna’s.
- “What I find most admirable in Federer’s late career is simply the vision of freedom it implies. The idea that you can make your own way. That you don’t have to give up what you love simply because you’re told to. That what hurts you might also fulfill you, or even make you happy, because life is not simple.”: The Sun Never Sets: On Roger Federer, Endings, and Wimbledon.
- Badass: Patti LuPone Explains Why She Confiscated Cellphone from “Rude, Self-Absorbed” Theatergoer Last Night.
(Image via Vanity Fair)