Bella Hadid Looks So Cool With This Blonde Bob

Is Bella Hadid having a blonde moment? Not so fast. The model is rocking  blonde hair in her latest photo shoot, but it looks like a wig to us. Still, the color is striking on her, and we wonder if she’s gearing up to debut highlights or mess around with her hue sometime soon, a la sister Gigi, who has been in shades of auburn for a few months. Let’s do a full in-tress-tigation here.

In Hadid’s new campaign for Miss Sixty Jeans, the model’s hair is bright yellow, though secured with a hair scarf, basically a giveaway that this is not her actual hair. The wig, assuming that’s what it is, is shiny and mostly straight, with blunt, slightly uneven bangs at the front. Her outfit, a striped top and jeans, is giving us major Y2K vibes, but feels both more and less glamorous because of the setting. On the one hand, Hadid’s on a red carpet. On the other, she’s sitting on the floor. Hadid wrote in the caption, “at mine,” so we’re assuming this is…somewhere in her house? Okay, fancy.

Less than a week ago, Hadid was posting pictures of herself at Cannes, her hair its signature dark brown, in that stunning tree…contraption. Hard to believe that her hair could have gone from iced espresso to honey in such a short time. There’s just not enough time for that much processing in a busy gal’s schedule!

But wait a minute, scrolling even farther back on the Grid d’ Bella Hadid, there is circumstantial evidence that even if she didn’t take the plunge and bleach her hair, she’s committed to finding ways of going blonde. In early May, she posted a photo shoot with unmistakably highlighter yellow streaks in her hair, perhaps thanks to some kind of paint-on color.

The next day, she posted a video of herself wearing a Carrie Bradshaw-esque curly blonde wig (we think), captioned, “test.” A test for this Miss Sixty shoot, perhaps?

The mystery deepens as her hair lightens…

The 17 Best Beauty Products Glamour Editors Tried in July

Welcome to Stuff We Want, our comprehensive roundup of the best beauty products we tried each month. From undisputed favorites to brand-new releases, these are the things our editors loved throughout the month of July. 

From standout cleansers that leave skin feeling hydrated and refreshed to elevated makeup staples like vegan waterproof mascara that has volume covered, this month’s picks are all about curating the essentials that we love this summer, but also will continue to obsess over long after the season’s over.  And with everything on this month’s list coming under $75, there’s a certain thrill that comes with sharing products that deliver on results without an inflated price tag. We hope you enjoy! 

All products featured on Glamour are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

Billie Eilish Opens Up About How She Handles Her ‘Terrible’ Relationship With Her Body

Days after releasing her well-reviewed sophomore album, Happier Than Ever, young pop star Billie Eilish is opening up about a topic she finds tricky: her body.

“Since I was a kid, my dad and I have always talked about a certain type of person who’s so insecure, or hyperaware, and self-conscious, that they never move in a weird way, or make a weird face, because they always want to look good… It’s such a loss to always try to always look good. It’s such a loss of joy and freedom in your body,” Eilish tells The Guardian in a lengthy new profile. 

The tension between living in a real body and wanting to look great all the time is a topic she’s obviously thought a lot about; it’s even on the new album. “[The song] ‘OverHeated’ applies to all the people who promote unattainable body standards,” she revealed, explaining, “It’s completely fine to get work done–do this, do that, do what makes you feel happy. It’s just when you deny it and say, ‘Oh, I got this all on my own, and if you just tried harder, you could get it.’ That makes me literally furious. It is so bad for young women–and boys, too–to see that.”

The pressure to look “perfect” gets to Eilish, too, who admitted, “I see people online, looking like I’ve never looked…And immediately I am like, oh my God, how do they look like that? I know the ins and outs of this industry, and what people actually use in photos, and I actually know what looks real can be fake. Yet I still see it and go, oh God, that makes me feel really bad. And I mean, I’m very confident in who I am, and I’m very happy with my life… I’m obviously not happy with my body.” But before you pity her, Eilish seems to have a pretty realistic attitude about the issue of body image, asking “But who is [happy with their body]?”

Her coping mechanism is simply to focus on the music while performing. “When I’m on stage, I have to disassociate from the ideas I have of my body,” she said. “I have such a terrible relationship with my body, like you would not believe, so I just have to disassociate… Then you get a paparazzi picture taken when you were running to the door and had just put anything on, and didn’t know the picture’s being taken, and you just look how you look, and everyone’s like, ‘Fat!’”

Despite it all, Billie Eilish does have some perspective, declaring, “We only need bodies to eat and walk around and poop. We only need them to survive. It’s ridiculous that anybody even cares about bodies at all. Like, why? Why do we care? You know, when you really think about it?”

Great question.

The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Will Compete for Bronze After a Narrow Loss to Canada

Scout Bassett, who has become a notable advocate for disability rights and is one of the most tenacious athletes you’ll ever watch compete, will be competing for her first gold.

You also won’t want to miss Alia Issa, a club thrower. Next month she’ll become the first woman to compete for the Refugee Paralympic team.

Watch it: The Paralympic Games will run from August 24 to September 5.

4. Tennis

The Games haven’t even started yet and tennis has already been in the headlines with many of the sport’s top-ranked women pulling out. First Serena Williams announced she was opting out of a trip to Tokyo. (She didn’t go into detail but had previously told reporters, “I would not be able to go function without my three-year-old around. I think I would be in a depression. We’ve been together every day of her life.”) Then Coco Gauff announced she’d tested positive for COVID-19, Simona Halep withdrew because of an injury, and Venus Williams—the most decorated Olympic tennis player in history—indicated she wouldn’t be playing either.

So who will be on the courts in Tokyo? Naomi Osaka and Ash Barty, who are not only the top players in the sport (ranked number two and number one, respectively) but are both outspoken advocates for mental health. Osaka, who is competing for Japan, will be playing for the first time after withdrawing from recent Open tournaments for mental health reasons.

Watch it: Tennis events will take place from July 23 through August 1.

5. Basketball

Love a sports dynasty? Look no further than the U.S. Women’s basketball team, led by five-time Olympians Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi. Not only will the team be gunning for their seventh consecutive gold, but they’re on a 49-game winning streak. This team hasn’t lost since 1992.

Watch it: The women will play July 27 through August 7.

6. Soccer

The women of the USWNT—reigning world champs, equal-pay warriors, and all-around badasses—still have a chance for a comeback on the podium after a devastating loss. On Monday, August 2, Team USA narrowly lost to Canada, which will go on to compete with either Sweden or Australia for silver and gold. The Americans will take on the other team in a battle for bronze.

“Not our best game, not our best tournament,” said Megan Rapinoe of the game, which was held amid hot and humid conditions.

Elsewhere in the sport, keep your eyes on Brazilian soccer legend Formiga, who will be competing in her seventh Olympics this month.

Watch it: The USWNT kicks off on July 21 with the final taking place August 5.

7. Swimming

Katie Ledecky is a world-record-breaking machine, having smashed the 1500-meter world record six times. This year the event will be open to women for the first time in Olympic history—a major move for gender equality in the sport—and on July 28, she brought home gold. 

That doesn’t mean Ledecky will be the only swimmer to watch. On July 24, Team USA made Olympic history by taking home 6 of 12 medals on their first day, with Chase Kalisz kicking things off by taking home the gold in the men’s 400-meter individual medley. 

Watch it: Dive in on July 24 through August 5.

8. Paralympic Cycling

Oksana Masters is practically superhuman—she’s won Paralympic medals in three sports: rowing, biathlon, and cross-country skiing. No biggie. In Tokyo she’ll be looking to bring home a medal in yet another sport—cycling—before she gets right back to training for the 2022 Winter Paralympics in Beijing.

Simone Biles Is Back in the Olympics for One Last Event

UPDATE—August 2, 2021, 7:00 a.m.: Simone Biles will compete in August 3rd’s balance beam competition alongside teammate Sunisa Lee, USA Gymnastics announced in a tweet.

UPDATE—August 1, 2021, 10:00 a.m.: Simone Biles has withdrawn from Monday’s floor final and “will make a decision” about the balance beam soon. “Either way, we’re all behind you, Simone,” the organization said in a statement, per People.

UPDATE—July 31, 2021, 9:12 a.m.: Simone Biles has officially withdrawn from Sunday’s vault and uneven bars finals, USA Gymnastics announced in a statement on Saturday, per People. MyKayla Skinner will take her place in the vault finals. 

“Today, after further consultation with medical staff, Simone Biles has decided to withdraw from the event finals for vault and the uneven bars. She will continue to be evaluated daily to determine whether to compete in the finals for floor exercise and balance beam,” the statement read.

UPDATE—July 28, 2021, 7:19 a.m.: A day after Simone Biles withdrew from the gymnastics team final at the Tokyo Olympics 2021, USA Gymnastics announced she was also withdrawing from the individual all-around final on Wednesday, July 28. 

“After further medical evaluation, Simone Biles has withdrawn from the final individual all-around competition at the Tokyo Olympic Games, in order to focus on her mental health,” USA Gymnastics said in a statement. “We wholeheartedly support Simone’s decision and applaud her bravery in prioritizing her well-being. Her courage shows, yet again, why she is a role model for so many.”

It is unclear whether Biles will compete at all for the rest of the Games. But the incredible strength and leadership she showed in withdrawing only further proves that she is the GOAT. “Once I came out here [to compete], I was like, ‘No, mental is not there, so I just need to let the girls do it and focus on myself,’” Biles said after the team final, per ESPN.

70 Shows on Netflix to Watch the Next Time You’re Feeling Bored

What would we do without the best shows on Netflix? While the country is just starting to open back up as more and more people get the COVID-19 vaccine, there’s still not much more to do than binge the latest on the streaming service.

However, narrowing down the queue is getting harder and harder. There’s just too much good content to choose from, and it ranges in style, genre, and taste. For comedy lovers, there are beloved sitcoms like New Girl and Netflix originals like Grace and Frankie and GLOW (RIP). Thrill-seekers need not look further than The Haunting of Bly Manor or its predecessor, The Haunting of Hill House. If you’re in the mood for romance, you can fall in love with something sweet like Dash & Lily or sexy like Bridgerton. Sweeping dramas, including The Queen’s Gambit, are also available. 

It’s official: There are too many options. So, for the sake of your sanity, we’ll be periodically updating this post with the absolute best shows on Netflix to stream right now. Give the below fan favorites a whirl. They won’t disappoint.

Kit Harington Just Gave a Rare Interview About His Newborn Son

We may not know the name of their little wildling, but Kit Harington did just give a rare interview about his son with fellow Game of Thrones star Rose Leslie

While discussing his upcoming episode of Modern Love with Access Hollywood’s Zuri Hall, Harington opened up about fatherhood’s biggest surprises. “They tell you and they don’t tell you,” the actor said about raising a child. “Everyone goes, ‘Look, it’s big, what you’re about to go through is big.’ You have no way of knowing that until it happens. Then, what surprises you is you go, ‘Oh, this goes on forever.’ Like, you don’t get a break from it. Every day, I wake up and I look after this little human and now we’re part of a unit together.”

The actor continued, “I think the thing that surprises me most about fatherhood is you are now a unit, the three of you, and that’s a whole new dynamic you need to find—and pretty much find every day as he grows and changes.” He adds, “It’s a beautiful thing, it really is.”

Kit Harington and Rose Leslie met while playing enemies-to-lovers on the hit HBO fantasy drama in 2012, with Harington starring as the perpetually brooding Jon Snow and Leslie as Ygritte, the hard-edged Wildling he falls for beyond The Wall. In 2018, the real-life couple exchanged wedding vows in an intimate ceremony in Scotland.

Though Leslie revealed her pregnancy in 2020, news of their son’s birth wasn’t confirmed until the Harington “unit” was spotted out on a walk in February 2021.

It’s no surprise these two have kept their parenthood journey close to the vest considering they’ve been trying to maintain a certain level of privacy for years. In an interview published in The Guardian back in 2017, the actor revealed why he and his then-girlfriend never pose for photos together.

Harington told the newspaper that he sets aside days where he doesn’t take any fan photos at all, saying, “you just have to, otherwise, you start feeling like a mannequin.” He continued, “Especially me and Rose, we never do a photo together. Because then it makes our relationship feel like…puppets. Like we’re a walking show.”

He has a good reason for keeping information about their relationship to himself. “I just don’t—and I won’t say much about it now—but I don’t believe in talking about one’s relationship in the press because it’s…I strongly believe it’s her relationship and mine, and anything I say here, she may not want me to say,” he said. “So I just don’t say it. I genuinely think it’s our private life.”


Simone Biles Withdraws From Floor Final and Will Make a Decision About Balance Beam Soon

UPDATE—August 1, 2021, 10:00 a.m.: Simone Biles has withdrawn from Monday’s floor final and “will make a decision” about the balance beam soon. “Either way, we’re all behind you, Simone,” the organization said in a statement, per People.

UPDATE—July 31, 2021, 9:12 a.m.: Simone Biles has officially withdrawn from Sunday’s vault and uneven bars finals, USA Gymnastics announced in a statement on Saturday, per People. MyKayla Skinner will take her place in the vault finals. 

“Today, after further consultation with medical staff, Simone Biles has decided to withdraw from the event finals for vault and the uneven bars. She will continue to be evaluated daily to determine whether to compete in the finals for floor exercise and balance beam,” the statement read.

UPDATE—July 28, 2021, 7:19 a.m.: A day after Simone Biles withdrew from the gymnastics team final at the Tokyo Olympics 2021, USA Gymnastics announced she was also withdrawing from the individual all-around final on Wednesday, July 28. 

“After further medical evaluation, Simone Biles has withdrawn from the final individual all-around competition at the Tokyo Olympic Games, in order to focus on her mental health,” USA Gymnastics said in a statement. “We wholeheartedly support Simone’s decision and applaud her bravery in prioritizing her well-being. Her courage shows, yet again, why she is a role model for so many.”

It is unclear whether Biles will compete at all for the rest of the Games. But the incredible strength and leadership she showed in withdrawing only further proves that she is the GOAT. “Once I came out here [to compete], I was like, ‘No, mental is not there, so I just need to let the girls do it and focus on myself,’” Biles said after the team final, per ESPN.

8 TV Shows, Movies, and Music Moments to Check Out This Week

Here are all the movies and TV Shows (plus a music moment!) to bookmark for this week, including the new Suicide Squad movie, Paris Hilton’s cooking show, and a new docuseries on HBO.

Sunday, August 1 

36th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards: Jekalyn Carr and Tye Tribbett host this year’s ceremony. 8 p.m. ET on BET

Monday, August 2 

Small Town News: KPVM Pahrump: Read an official description, below. 9 p.m. ET on HBO

Small Town News KPVM Pahrump is a six-part, half-hour documentary series that pulls back the curtain on life at a privately-owned TV station in the small desert town of Pahrump, Nevada, revealing a colorful cast of characters in front of and behind the cameras.”

Tuesday, August 3 

Luca: Read an official description, below. Now available on Digital, DVD, and Blu-ray 

“Set in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera, Disney and Pixar’s original feature film Luca is a coming-of-age story about one young boy experiencing an unforgettable summer filled with gelato, pasta and endless scooter rides. Luca shares these adventures with his newfound best friend, but all the fun is threatened by a deeply-held secret: they are sea monsters from another world just below the water’s surface.”

Wednesday, August 4 

Cooking With Paris: This is self-explanatory: Paris Hilton cooks! Streaming on Netflix 

Thursday, August 5

Departure: Read an official description, below. Streaming on Peacock 

“When passenger plane Flight 716 shockingly vanishes over the Atlantic Ocean, brilliant investigator Kendra Malley (Archie Panjabi, The Good Wife) is brought in–alongside her mentor Howard Lawson (Christopher Plummer, Knives Out)–to find the truth and stop it from happening again. Still reeling from the recent death of her husband and struggling to parent her troubled stepson, Kendra isn’t sure she’s up to the task—especially when the whole world is watching. At every turn, new discoveries only deepen the mystery surrounding the disaster, revealing a host of motives and suspects.”

Friday, August 6

Rainbow Child: The new album from Lion Babe. Available wherever you stream music

The Suicide Squad: Yes, this is a different movie than 2016’s Suicide Squad. Note the “the!” In theaters and on HBO Max 

Saturday, August 7 

Heartbreak Island: The second season of this dating show is already here. (Yes, the first premiered last week.) Streaming on Discovery+

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Ellen Pompeo Says Her ‘Make Out’ Scenes With Patrick Dempsey Were Hard for Her Husband to Watch

Ellen Pompeo’s chemistry with Patrick Dempsey was so strong on Grey’s Anatomy that even her husband struggled to distinguish fiction from reality.

The Grey’s star opened up about her husband Chris Ivery’s struggles with her more…intimate…scenes with Dempsey at the beginning of the series, which premiered back in 2005 and is still going strong. “Poor guy had no idea what he was getting into,” she said on the Ladies First with Laura Brown podcast, per People

“I remember in the beginning it was really hard for him,” Pompeo said. “He was like, ‘This is not what I signed up for. You go to work and make out with that. I like Patrick and everything, he’s a good dude, but like really?'”

According to Good Housekeeping, Ellen Pompeo met the music producer at a grocery store in Los Angeles back in 2003. They were married by 2007 and share three children together: Stella, Sienna, and Eli.

Meanwhile, Dr. Meredith Grey (Pompeo) and Dr. Derek Shepherd (Dempsey) were deeply in love on the hit medical drama until McDreamy’s untimely death in season 11. Thankfully for fans, Dempsey returned for a few surprise cameos in the latest season while Meredith was in a coma with COVID-19. 

“Patrick and I have this chemistry where I think even from when we first met, for some reason, it just felt like we’ve known each other for a hundred years, and it’s just the same feeling,” Pompeo told Deadline in November. “It’s like riding a bike, we just have a chemistry and a dynamic that’s always served us well, and I think we have a genuine affection for each other.”

Dempsey also opened up about his emotional return to Grey’s Anatomy after six long years. “We all cried at the beginning and we hugged each other,” Patrick Dempsey told Variety in April. 

“The intention was to really give people some hope because they are such an iconic couple,” Dempsey added. “We’ve lost so many people this year, the thought that we’d have angels hovering around us taking care of us is a good message to send out in such a bleak world that we’re living in. So for all of us, it was a beautiful ending to this story. I’m so grateful that I did it and happy that the fans really loved it.”