Helen Mirren has had it with the complicit women in the Trump administration, and Obama's considerate remarks for Charlottesville go viral: These are this morning's PopBits.

'There's No Substance,' Helen Mirren Claims of Ivanka Trump
In the upcoming September issue of Allure, Helen Mirren lets the world know exactly what she thinks of both Ivanka and Melania Trump. While she isn't quite as cutting in her remarks about the First Lady, Mirren claims Ivanka talked a big game, but in reality brought nothing to the table. Sounds pretty apt from where we're sitting.

Obama's Supportive Tweet For Charlottesville Earns 2.4 Million Likes
Former President Barack Obama has avoided being overly confrontational on Twitter since leaving office, but the events this past weekend in Charlottesville were cause enough for the Democrat to make his voice heard once again. The tweet, which quoted Nelson Mandela, quickly became one of the most liked since the feature was added to Twitter a few years ago, surpassing previous viral messages like Ellen's Oscar selfie.

Bill Gates Donates $4.6 Billion Worth of Microsoft Shares, Largest Donation In 17 Years
The world's richest man is a well-known philanthropist, but earlier this summer he was extra generous with a substantial donation. New SEC filings show Gates gave up 64 million shares of Microsoft stock, which is roughly 5% of his wealth, to an unnamed charity. Gates has mostly been donating to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, a charity that splits up the philanthropic efforts of the Microsoft founder and his wife, so odds are that is where the money went. No matter what, that's no small chunk of change.

Ariana Grande is Back in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
A new summer event for the Final Fantasy Brave Exvius mobile game kicks off on August 18, and will see Ariana Grande return in a new outfit. Chic Ariana joins Dangerous Woman Ariana in the iOS and Android game, and will have a handful of new exclusive items to earn. There will also be a new boss fight, which you'll have until September 1 to check out.

Jesse Palmer to Host DailyMailTV, a New Syndicated News Program From the UK Outlet
Former NFL player and Bachelor star Jesse Palmer will be leaving ABC's Good Morning America to host DailyMailTV. The news program will begin airing on September 18, though no specific networks have yet be named. Palmer will continue to be an analyst on ESPN, while working double-duty reporting the entertainment, health, technology and political news covered on the new show.

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