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For Nicole, taking the abortion pill was like getting through “an extremely painful poop.” It hurt, a lot, and then it was done. She was bartending at the time, light years away from thinking about motherhood, and decided on medication abortion. At $585, it was cheaper than a surgical abortion. Plus, Nicole wanted do it
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Lady Gaga didn’t make it back to the Met Gala this evening, unfortunately. The singer, who also missed the MTV VMAs yesterday, kept a low profile on her social media. She didn’t share her exact whereabouts today on her social media, but Gaga was last photographed out in Los Angeles on September 6. She is
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Nothing truly humbles you like being memed at the Met Gala. Not even the most highbrow of celebrity gatherings can escape the tomfoolery of the Internet. Who could forget when Rihanna’s gorgeous golden Guo Pei gown was promptly turned into a pizza? Or when Kim Kardashian’s floral dress was likened to a sofa? “Jason Derulo”
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Chlöe Bailey—normally one half of the pop duo she shares with her sister, Halle Bailey—flexed her solo muscles Sunday night, when she performed her new single “Have Mercy” at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards. In an athletic dance routine paired with the 23-year-old’s signature power vocals, she proved the argument her sister began when
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ELIZABETH FISHER/CBS/PARAMOUNT You might assume that after spending two seasons confronting questions of faith, morality, demonic possession, and other supernatural manifestations as the resolute psychologist Kristen Bouchard on Evil, Katja Herbers has come to her own conclusions about spirituality and humanity. But she’s just as bewildered about the state of the world as we are.
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In country music, the divorce album is sacred, albeit trodden ground. As Nashville rebel-turned-pop-icon Kacey Musgraves herself told the New York Times, “I wasn’t going to be a real country artist without at least one divorce under my belt.” But star-crossed, the Golden Hour singer’s latest album—and the title of her accompanying film—is not the
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We’ve only just met the new faces controlling Constance Billard’s social scene, and they’re already making power moves: The HBO Max Gossip Girl revival has officially earned the green light for a second season. And showrunner Joshua Safran hopes for not just two seasons in total, but at least three. Perhaps young influencer Julien Calloway
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Viewers may be surprised to find that the first episode of Impeachment: American Crime Story isn’t chiefly about Beanie Feldstein’s Monica Lewinsky and barely features Clive Owen’s Bill Clinton at all. Instead, the series premiere focuses on establishing Sarah Paulson’s Linda Tripp, an American civil servant who finds herself unceremoniously demoted about a year into
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