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Taylor Swift has some harsh words for Tina Fey and Amy Poehler [UPDATES: Fey and Poehler respond]

Peter Lindbergh, exclusively for Vanity Fair

Peter Lindbergh, exclusively for Vanity Fair

Good ol’ Taylor Swift graces the cover of this month’s Vanity Fair, and the 23-year-old “22″ singer had a lot of things to get off her chest.

One of those things was Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s Golden Globes jokes. If you recall, the pair made a crack about Swift’s dating history, with Fey telling the singer to “stay away from Michael J. Fox’s son.”

Here’s what Swift had to say about all that: “You know, Katie Couric is one of my favorite people because she said to me she had heard a quote that she loved, that said, ‘There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.’”

So, um, maybe don’t gift Swift a copy of Bossypants for Christmas? (The quote, if you’re wondering, is from Madeleine Albright.)

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Tina Fey makes her rap debut on Childish Gambino's new mixtape 'Royalty'

How did you spend your Independence Day? Community star Donald Glover performed in London (TURNCOAT!) to celebrate the release of his brand new, absolutely free mixtape Royalty. Go ahead and download it here.

Royalty follows up Gambino’s 2011 label debut Camp, an incredibly accomplished compilation that ranked as one of the best releases of last year. Save for a few moments, the only voice heard on Camp was Gambino’s, but Royalty flips the script by inviting along seemingly everybody the rapper/comedian has ever met. The guest list includes Wu-Tang Clan icons RZA and Ghostface Killah (appropriate considering Gambino got his nom-de-hip-hop from the Wu-Tang Name Generator), a handful of fellow underground sensations (Danny Brown, Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul), and even Beck, who raps as though he never stopped.

The re-emergence of Beck on the mixtape (he also produces two tracks) would be a pretty big headline were it not for the debut of a woman new to the rap game: 30 Rock creator and former Glover employer Tina Fey, who drops in on the album-closing track “Real Estate” and is in fact the last voice heard on Royalty. Give it a spin below (and skip forward to the 4:50 mark if you want to get right to Fey’s contribution).

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