The Morning’s Top 5 Pop Culture Stories

1. Gap is reverting back to its old classic logo after everyone on the Internet hated the company’s recent rebranding, which was part of an attempt to appeal more to Millennials. [via NYO]
2. Salman Rushdie is writing a memoir about the years he spent in hiding because of the fatwa on his head over The Satanic Verses. [via ArtsBeat]
3. Courteney Cox and David Arquette have announced that they have separated after 11 years of marriage. [via EW]
4. Even though no one has approached him about it, Damon Albarn says that he won’t let Glee cover any of Gorillaz’s songs on the show because he finds their versions “a very poor substitute for the real thing.” [via Vulture]
5. Jon Stewart addressed New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino’s recent homophobic remarks on last night’s Daily Show. On a related note, we kind of wish that he’d run for governor. (video) [via Gawker]

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