Maye Musk Hopes Her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover Helps Older Women Feel Comfortable With Their Bodies

By Anita Tai. 2 mins ago Maye Musk is breaking barriers with her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover. The 74-year-old mother of Elon Musk joins Kim Kardashian, singer Ciara and model Yumi Nu as the cover stars of the 2022 issue. “My first reaction was, I could never dream up something like that because why would […]

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Olivia Rodrigo Says She’s ‘Heartbroken’ Over Leaked Supreme Court Draft to Strike Down Roe v. Wade

On Thursday, May 4, Olivia Rodrigo hit the stage in Washington, D.C. as part of her SOUR tour. The “Driver’s License” singer took a few moments to address the recently leaked draft opinion from the Supreme Court of the United States voting to strike down Roe v. Wade, which grants access to abortion. Twitter user […]

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Amber Heard Testifies For First Time In Johnny Depp Defamation Lawsuit

NOTE: This article contains details and descriptions that are graphic and disturbing. Please read at your own discretion. Amber Heard took the stand for the first time on Wednesday to deliver her testimony against ex-husband Johnny Depp, who is accusing her of ruining his reputation and career with false accusations of domestic violence. Her testimony has […]

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Prince Harry Shares How His Military Experience Helped Him Understand Mental Health

By Corey Atad. 11 mins ago Mental health wasn’t always a priority for Prince Harry. On the new episode of the podcast “Masters of Scale”, the Duke of Sussex joins host Reid Hoffman to talk about his job as Chief Impact Officer at the mental health coaching app, BetterUp. READ MORE: Prince Harry Announces The […]

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How Jayne Mansfield set the blueprint for today’s modern reality stars

When Barbara Walters interviewed the Kardashian family for her “10 Most Fascinating People in 2011” list, she declared that they were “famous for being famous” before proceeding to note their lack of talents in the entertainment scope. Fast-forward over a decade later, and the reality TV clan parlayed their apparent absence of real artistry into […]

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How Paul Verhoeven defies genre trappings with Benedetta

Paul Verhoeven comes at genre not just like a satirist, but more specifically like a caricaturist. The impish Dutch filmmaker specialises in isolating an artistic category’s defining quality and exaggerating it to warp his subject, ultimately upending our preconceived image of it. During his subversive Hollywood period, he regularly turned the obscenity of the US […]

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In Conversation: Nina Garcia and Francisco Costa on the State of Green Innovation in Fashion and Beauty

While most people know our editor-in-chief Nina Garcia as a fashion editor and Francisco Costa as a celebrated designer, few realize that their deepest connection is through a commitment to sustainability. They both work and partner with the environmental nonprofit Conservation International, one of the foremost leaders in protecting the planet. They also both use […]

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BTS Deserves a Grammy, but Do the Grammys Deserve BTS?

It’s been a year since BTS lost their very first Grammys race, and their devoted fanbase, ARMY, continues to be perplexed. The bittersweet feeling of seeing the South Korean boy band finally be recognized by the Recording Academy—both with a nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and an invitation to perform on the storied stage—but […]

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