Chrissy Teigen Posts Loving Tributes to Her Late Son Jack: ‘Today Was Your Due Date’

Chrissy Teigen is keeping her son Jack’s memory alive on what would have been his due date.

On February 20, the Cravings author and entrepreneur posted an image on Instagram stories of three bracelets, each featuring the names of her children: Luna, 4, Miles, 2, and their late baby Jack. “Today was your due date. we love you forever 💜,” she wrote.

Back in September, Teigen and John Legend announced the loss of their third child due to pregnancy complications. 

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The model also shared a new tribute to Jack on her grid, writing, “Can smile all day but thinking of you on your due date, bug.”

Chrissy Teigen has been sharing her grief since September 30, when she announced the pregnancy loss by sharing heartbreaking photos taken at the hospital. “Looking at those pictures now, it seems like so long ago,” she told Ellen DeGeneres earlier this month. “Of course, everything was such a blur. Even thinking back to it now, I am still in therapy about it, and I’m still coming to terms with it.”

Teigen did reveal that “constant reminders” still make it difficult to move on, especially as she approached his due date. “I have maternity clothes, and there are things that I bought for my eighth month and my ninth month,” Teigen continued. However, she also described the mourning process as a “transformative” experience that she feels made her a “better person.”

“Being Thai and being raised in a house that was very open about loss, I think it was really helpful because I see it as—it can be a beautiful thing,” she said. “It was a really transformative thing for me, and in a way, it really saved me, because I don’t think that I would’ve discovered therapy and then sobriety and this path of feeling good about myself and feeling like a new person.”


Bridgerton Fans Missed a ‘Massive’ Lady Whistledown Easter Egg in the Show’s First Scene

Dearest reader, if you were looking closely enough, you may have discovered the identity of Bridgerton’s mysterious Lady Whistledown as early as episode one, scene one. 

Often described as a Regency-era Gossip Girl, the successful Netflix series follows multiple members of London’s high society during a season of courtship in the 1800s. The families include the perfect Bridgertons, the less tactful Featheringtons, the broody Duke of Hastings, and even the British Royal Family. 

Up in everyone’s business is Lady Whistledow, a mysterious writer who narrates the series, spilling secrets and reporting on misdeeds through a scandalous, anonymous newsletter. While Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor) and Simon Basset (Regé-Jean Page) use Whistledown’s mischievous pamphlets to manipulate the marriage market, Eloise Bridgerton (Claudia Jessie) and Queen Charlotte (Golda Rosheuvel) spend much of the eight-episode series investigating the writer’s identity.

We learn in the final moments of season one that Lady Whistledown is none other than the sweet, supportive Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan). According to actor, she even gave you a major hint the first time she appeared on screen. 

“Ok I’m just curious,” Coughlan wrote on Twitter on February 20. “Has anyone spotted the massive Easter Egg about Penelope in the very first scene of Bridgerton?”

Shortly after, Coughlan filled everyone in. “When I filmed Penelope’s first scene I chose a prop,” she wrote, noting that the “massive massive feather” looked a lot like a quill. 

Sure enough, while there are promotional images from episode one featuring Penelope with the giant yellow feather in her hair, it also made another appearance. In the show’s first scene, the young woman carries the prop as one would hold a pen. Sneaky!

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This isn’t the only hidden message hidden within one of the Bridgerton character’s hair. The show’s hair and makeup designer recently broke down everyone’s looks for Glamour. Marc Pilcher chose curls for Penelope to give her a youthful look, which could mature as the season progressed: “On the surface, she’s a vulnerable character, but we know deep down that isn’t the case.”


Saturday Night Live Dragged Justin Timberlake’s ‘Lame Apology’ to Britney Spears

Like many people on Twitter, Saturday Night Live felt Justin Timberlake’s apology to Britney Spears came “20 years late.”

On February 20, SNL leaned into every major pop-culture discourse from the past few months. Hosted by Regé-Jean Page with musical guest Bad Bunny, the sketch show tackled Bridgerton, “Driver’s License,” and, yes, the Framing Britney Spears documentary. 

“It’s Britney, bitch,” Spears, played by impersonator extraordinaire Chloe Fineman, introduced herself at the top of the cold open. “You all know me from my Instagram videos and the word ‘conservatorship.’

In the sketch, Spears hosts a talk show called Oops!…You Did It Again, where the pop star chats with people caught up in a scandal. This week’s guests? Ted Cruz, Andrew Cuomo, and Gina Carano.

“Basically I started this show, Oops!…You Did It Again, so people can come on and apologize for things they’ve done wrong,” she continued. “Because since the Free Britney documentary came out, I’m receiving hundreds of apologies a day.”

That’s when Saturday Night Live really took a dig at Timberlake’s recent Instagram apology to Spears, specifically. “Speaking of which, I’d like to give a quick shout-out to our sponsor, The Notes App,” Fineman’s Spears tells the camera. “Are you looking to post a lame apology 20 years late? Go through the motions with the Notes app.”

On February 12, Timberlake apologized to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson amid backlash following the Framing Britney Spears documentary. Fans were furious over the ways Timberlake seemingly built his career off the damaged reputation of women. Not only did he profit off of taking digs at Spears post-breakup in 2002, but he did nothing to support Jackson when she was blacklisted for a wardrobe malfunction during their 2004 Super Bowl halftime show performance. 

“I’ve seen the messages, tags, comments, and concerns and I want to respond,” he wrote in a lengthy Notes App apology. “I am deeply sorry for the times in my life where my actions contributed to the problem, where I spoke out of turn, or did not speak up for what was right. I understand that I fell short in these moments and in many others and benefited from a system that condones misogyny and racism.”

“I specifically want to apologize to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson both individually,” he continued. “Because I care for and respect these women and I know I failed.”

Though Jessica Biel, Timberlake’s wife of nine years, showed her support in the comments, many weren’t moved by this gesture. It looks like that includes the writers over at Saturday Night Live

Watch full Britney Spears cold open, below.


Bridgerton Star Regé-Jean Page Perfectly Spoofed His Own Show on Saturday Night Live

Bridgerton star Regé-Jean Page just made his Saturday Night Live debut and it was everything you, dear reader, could have hoped for.

It all started with his monologue, which involved a lot of screaming audience members, and the most accurate description of Bridgerston ever: “The show that made everyone text their moms and say, ‘you know what? Nevermind, I don’t think we should watch this together.'”

During the February 20 live show, Page went on to discuss his post-Duke of Hastings fame, which made the British actor a household name seemingly overnight. “It’s a bit of a racy show. Because of that, people may associate me with this smoldering, sensual, smoke show,” Page said. “But I assure you I’m just a regular guy and I’m here to show you a good time.”

“I am nothing like my character, The Duke,” he insists before sultry music begins to play. “I’m actually quite shy. It’s hard to talk about myself because, well. I just want to listen.” I don’t think I can accurately describe why that was so hot but it was. Maybe it was the red wine he pulled out of nowhere.

When he asks his “personal liaisons” Aidy Bryant and Ego Nwodim their favorite part of the show, Ego says, “I don’t know…episode five, 55 minutes in.” IYKYK.

It just gets better and better. Page sings, Chloe Fineman comes out as Daphne Bridgerton, and he says “I burn for you” again. Honestly, just watch the full monologue for the full effect. 

But that’s not where the Bridgerton callouts end. There’s a full sketch devoted to the steamy Netflix period drama. In fact, the monologue wasn’t even the only time Page said “I burn for you” that night.

Towards the end of the episode, Page revisits the brooding Simon Bassett, Duke of Hastings, in a sketch involving shooting a sex scene with Bridgerton’s Phoebe Dynevor (played, of course, by Fineman). Specifically, the honeymoon scene in episode 6.

“I burn for you, Daphne,” Page said, just before Bridgerton “director” Kate McKinnon calls cut and clears the set before introducing the actors to a pair of intimacy coordinators played by Pete Davidson and Mikey Day. It goes about as well as you’d expect. 

The Best Nail Trend to Try, According to Your Zodiac Sign

Our manis are a good reflection of our mood, but they’re a pretty revealing indicator of our personalities, too. Think of the designs you’re naturally drawn to. Maximalism, color-clash, loud brights? Or minimalism, neutrals, and simple accents? One way to hone in on the designs best-suited to you is through your horoscope. Each star sign can highlight different dominant traits. Wondering where yours will take you? Scroll down.

ARIES

COLOR MIX
(March 21-April 19)

Energetic, confident, impulsive and adventurous, Aries don’t necessarily feel the need to follow convention. When it comes to your nails, they’re an opportunity to experiment. Why choose one shade when you can have five? This color mix design is eclectic, just like you.

Fellow Aries: Lady Gaga, Reese Witherspoon, Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Kristen Stewart, Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson

TAURUS

GOLD-SPECKLED
(April 20-May 20)

Rational, grounded, loving, and unshakable, you’re a pragmatist and a romantic at the same time. Bulls favor styles that are practical and classic, but also make them feel good. This gold-speckled mani matches your style perfectly. It’s neutral and classic, but with a pretty scattering of subtle sparkle that will go with everything.

Fellow Taurus: Adele, Gigi Hadid, Jessica Alba, Gal Gadot, Janet Jackson, Cher, Tina Fey

GEMINI

RAINBOW
(May 21-June 20)

Expressive, playful, inquisitive and quick-witted, Geminis are up for something lively and fun. This rainbow design is as bright and lively as you are, but with a cut-out accent in the middle, to mix things up and keep it interesting.

Fellow Geminis: Angelina Jolie, Natalie Portman, Awkwafina, Helena Bonham Carter, Venus Williams, Lucy Hale

CANCER

PINKS AND REDS
(June 21-July 22)

Emotional, sympathetic, intuitive and loyal, Cancers are thoughtful girl-next door types. The soft pinks and warm reds of this mani are approachable and inviting, just like you.

Fellow Cancers: Margot Robbie, Ariana Grande, Mindy Kaling, Meryl Streep, Lana Del Ray, Selena Gomez

LEO

GLITZ
(July 23-August 22)

Strong, confident, faithful, and warm, Leos are fierce. This mirror-like mani is as dazzling as you are—and it’s definitely not boring.

Fellow Leos: JLo, Rose Byrne, Sandra Bullock, Megan Markle, Halle Berry, Jennifer Lawrence

VIRGO

REVERSE FRENCH MANI
(August 23-September 22)

Organized, detail-oriented, helpful, and honest, Virgos are perfectionists. This reverse French mani is immaculately neat and beautifully precise, but it’s also very chic.

Fellow Virgos: Beyonce, Zendaya, Blake Lively, Cameron Diaz, Taraji P. Henson, Lili Reinhart

LIBRA

HALF AND HALF
(September 23-October 22)

Charming, diplomatic, kind, and romantic, Libras are natural peacemakers and seek harmony. This half and half design beautifully balances a minimalistic neutral nail with pretty pink metallics.

Fellow Libras: Serena Williams, Bella Hadid, Kim Kardashian, Gwyneth Paltrow, Brie Larson, Hilary Duff, Gwen Stefani

SCORPIO

LIGHTNING BOLTS
(October 23-November 21)

Determined, powerful, mysterious, and emotional, Scorpios are often confused for fire signs, and though they can have a tough exterior, this water sign is loyal and sensitive once you scratch the surface. This lightning bolt is powerful and bright (sounds familiar…).

Fellow Scorpios: Ciara, Kendall Jenner, Kiernan Shipka, Emma Stone, Anne Hathaway, Rachel McAdams, Hailey Bieber

SAGITTARIUS

ASSORTED STARS
(November 22-December 21)

Free-spirited, strong-willed, adventurous, and intellectual, Sags are all about going off the beaten path and trying something new. They’re bold, lively, and fun, so something colorful and graphic like this star design is perfect.

Fellow Sagittarius: Miley Cyrus, Zoe Kravitz, Britney Spears, Janelle Monae, Taylor Swift, Tina Turner, Chrissy Teigen

CAPRICORN

CUT-OUT DETAILS
(December 22-January 19)

Loyal, practical, humorous, and stubborn, Caps like to consider all the options before they make a decision. Chances are, they’ll stick to something classic and functional, but with a bit of style kudos. This chic merlot shade is timeless and works with whatever’s in your wardrobe, but the bare cut-out detail at the cuticle gives it a fresh twist.

Fellow Capricorns: Michelle Obama, Dolly Parton, Kate Moss, Mary J Blige, Kate Middleton, Zooey Deschanel

AQUARIUS

DREAMY CLOUDS
(January 20-February 18)

Progressive, independent, quirky, and intelligent, water bearers are unconventional and original. The last air sign of the zodiac, they drift to their own beat and while they can sometimes seem stand-offish to start with, they’re soft, generous, and creative at heart. This fluffy cloud design is dreamy and free-spirited, just like you, Aquarius.

Fellow Aquarius: Alicia Keys, Kerry Washington, Shakira, Chloe Grace Moretz, Yara Shahidi\

PISCES

WATER COLORS
(February 19-March 20)

Compassionate, gentle, intuitive, and sensitive, Pisces are natural nurturers, but they’re also artistic and spiritual. The last water sign of the zodiac, they’re a refreshing energy that’s light and optimistic. This cheery water color mani fits the bill perfectly.

Fellow Pisces: Rihanna, Drew Barrymore, Emily Blunt, Dakota Fanning, Lupita Nyong’o, Rebel Wilson

This story originally ran on Glamour UK.

8 TV Shows and Movies That You Have to See This Week

We have an interesting slate of new TV shows and movies to check out this week. The highlight, hands down, is Andra Day’s incredible performance in The United States vs. Billie Holiday. See the other big moments, below. 

Sunday, February 21 

Allen v. Farrow: Read an official description, below. 9 p.m. ET on HBO 

“The four-part documentary series Allen v. Farrow, from award-winning investigative filmmakers Kirby Dick, Amy Ziering and Amy Herdy, goes behind the years of sensational headlines to reveal the private story of one Hollywood’s most notorious and public scandals: the accusation of sexual abuse against Woody Allen involving Dylan, his then seven-year-old daughter with Mia Farrow; their subsequent custody trial, the revelation of Allen’s relationship with Farrow’s daughter, Soon-Yi; and the controversial aftermath in the years that followed.”

Monday, February 22 

Beartown: Per HBO, “Based on the Fredrik Backman’s bestselling novel of the same name, Beartown explores the role a junior ice-hockey team has in a small community, the hope, the secrets that could tear the town apart, the courage it takes to go against the group, and the consequences of how we raise our children.”  9 p.m. ET on HBO 

Tuesday, February 23 

Superman & Lois: Tyler Hoechlin is Superman and Elizabeth Tulloch is Lois Lane in this new series, in which the couple tackles their hardest mission yet: parenthood. 8 p.m. ET on The CW

Wednesday, February 24 

Ginny & Georgia: Read the official description, below.  Streaming on Netflix 

“Angsty and awkward 15-year-old Ginny Miller (Antonia Gentry) often feels more mature than her 30-year-old mother, the irresistible and dynamic Georgia Miller (Brianna Howey). After years on the run, Georgia desperately wants to put down roots in picturesque New England and give her family something they’ve never had…a normal life. But it’s not all carpool and kombucha as Georgia’s past threatens her and her family’s new way of life…and Georgia will do anything to protect her family.”

Thursday, February 25

Punky Brewster: Watch the trailer for the highly-anticipated reboot, below. Streaming on Peacock 

Friday, February 26 

Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry: Get an inside look at the pop star’s life in this new documentary. Streaming on Apple TV+

The United States vs. Billie Holiday: Andra Day is Billie Holiday in this biopic, which specifically covers the period in the singer’s career when she was targeted by the Federal Department of Narcotics in a sting operation. Streaming on Hulu 

Saturday, February 27

It Was Always You: Read the official description from Hallmark, below. 9 p.m. ET on Hallmark 

“Elizabeth’s engagement plans are thrown into disarray when her fiancée’s free-spirited brother David returns home. David’s unexpected influence prompts Elizabeth to question her life decisions.”

For even more info on all the TV shows you need to know about, click here.

Hilary Duff Just Dyed Her Hair Blue Amid Pregnancy—But It’s Not What You Think

Hilary Duff just dyed her hair a stunning shade of bright blue—but insists it’s not a gender reveal stunt.

Duff, who announced she was pregnant with her third child back in October, debuted her vibrant new look on Instagram. “Well…. you guessed it. The minute I got home from New York I needed a change,” the Younger star wrote on February 19. “I swear this doesn’t mean I’m having a boy… my mom thought I was trying to tell everyone something! We still don’t know who’s occupying my apartment—but it’s getting the eviction notice soon-ish 😛.” 

Her Cotton Candy Blue locks look incredible thanks to stylists Nikki Lee and Riawna Capri. “All I can say is @riawna and @nikkilee901 love me a lot,” Duff joked in her caption alongside a mermaid emoji. “1- for saying yes to another crazy change this late in my pregnancy (at least I didn’t cut bangs!) and 2- it took all damn day! Love you guys the most.”

The 33-year-old performer was not joking when she said the style took all day. “In order to get her hair this vibrant Cotton Candy Blue, I had to first pre-lighten her hair with Joico’s Blonde Life,” Nine Zero One and In Common Beauty Founder Nikki Lee revealed in a statement. “Thank god I had my bestie Riawna Capri to help me because we put in what felt like hundreds of foils.” 

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Before you ask: Yes, it’s safe to dye one’s hair while pregnant, according to the American Pregnancy Association and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Although fairly limited, most research indicates the chemicals found in both semi-permanent and permanent dyes are not highly toxic and are safe to use during pregnancy,” the APA website states. “In addition, only small amounts of hair dye may be absorbed by the skin, leaving little that would be able to reach the fetus.”

Hilary Duff already has two children: her 8-year-old son, Luca Cruz, with ex Mike Comrie and her 2-year-old daughter, Banks Violet, with her husband Matthew Koma. 

“I’m not one of those women who loves being pregnant by any means, but I appreciate what my body’s doing for me and our family,” the Lizzie McGuire star told People in December. “So any given day, it varies between me missing my body that I get to put really cute clothes on, or feeling at peace that this is probably the last time that I’m going to be pregnant and trying to enjoy how sweet this time can be.”

Sometimes, you just need to do something for yourself. “I don’t know if I’m having a boy or a girl,” Duff reiterated in a video showing off her new look. “But, you know, I gotta have fun somehow.”


This ‘Face-Lifting’ Concealer Hack That’s Going Viral Is Pure Genius

Dear concealer, I love you. Like most people, I’d hail concealer as my desert island beauty product because whether you want something to quickly erase dark circles or have a spot you want to banish (thanks, maskne), concealer is the superman of skin-correcting. Plus, it takes two seconds to dot a spot of concealer on your skin and the results are instant and astounding.

And just when I thought I couldn’t love concealer any more, a viral TikTok beauty tutorial proved the humble concealer has yet another talent—face-lifting powers. 

The TikTok beauty tutorial from Megha Singh is blowing up on the social media app after the beauty maven showed how to create a ‘face lift’ effect using concealer.

In the video, Singh can be seen swiping concealer across particular points of her face—like up the outer corner of her eye, up along the curve of her mouth and at the inner contour of her eye—to create a lifting effect. After blending the concealer in using a BeautyBlender, she contrasts the left and right side of her face to show the dramatic results.

Pretty damn impressive.

The video has been liked hundreds of thousands of times by her followers who copied the hack themselves to emulate a face lift at home. Just look at how transformative it is.

In the market for a new concealer? From illuminating to color-correcting to industrial strength and weightless, there’s a solution for all; each created with specific skin concerns in mind. And now that many of us are ditching full coverage foundations for tactical touch-ups, a well-placed concealer might be all you need to feel ready and fresh-faced. Here are the best concealers to add to cart now.

This story originally ran on Glamour UK.

Kate Hudson Has Responded to the Music Movie Controversy: ‘I Feel Terrible’

Sia also opened up about Ziegler’s concerns during filming. “She just said, ‘I don’t want anyone to think I’m making fun of them,’” the singer-producer explained. “And I bald-facedly said, ‘I won’t let that happen.’”

She continued, “I realized I couldn’t really protect her from that, which I thought I could.” 

The movie came out in February 2021 and…reviews are bad.

Sara Luterman, who’s autistic and reviewed the movie for Slate, wrote, “I was expecting to be offended. Instead, I felt intense secondhand embarrassment, because Music is 107 minutes of unadulterated, unintentional cringe.”

Matthew Rosza, who’s also autistic and reviewed the movie for Salon, called it, “[Not] just offensive; it’s patronizing…the central role is played in a way that had already been recognized as embarrassingly out of touch more than a decade ago. It’s inexcusable.” He also said it’s “just plain boring.”

In Variety, Chris Willman wrote, “Taken from moment to moment, with some enjoyable ones along the way, Music is not the complete disaster its four-year stint in the can would suggest.” But he echoes the core issue most critics seem to be pinpointing in their reviews: “[The movie] turns out not to have any idea what do with its autistic character.”

Leslie Felperin puts it most brutally, via The Hollywood Reporter: “Music is a sentimental atrocity so cringe-inducing it should come with an advisory warning for anyone with preexisting shoulder or back injuries.”

The movie currently has a 15% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Kate Hudson has finally addressed the controversy.

Hudson, who was nominated for a Golden Globe for her role in Music, has finally addressed the backlash. However, she only spoke about the topic of representation. She didn’t touch on the problematic restraint scenes or Sia’s remarks.

“I think when people see the film, that they will see the amount of love and sensitivity that was put into it,” Hudson told Jimmy Kimmel during a segment on February 19. “But it is an important conversation to have—not just about this movie, but as a whole—about representation. For me, when I hear that there’s anybody that feels left out I feel terrible.”

“I’ve only been asked to comment on it in a quote,” she continued. “But it’s not a soundbite conversation. It’s an ongoing and important dialogue to be had, about neurotypical actors portraying neurodivergent characters. It is an important one to have with people who are experts and really know how to engage in the conversation. I encourage it, truly…Just to say—we are listening.”

However, she doesn’t think she’s the person to “speak to it,” adding, “it should be a continuous conversation.”

“The spectrum is so wide and should be approached with far more conversation, understanding,” she said. “We’re storytellers. We want to tell the best stories we can. There’s no part of anybody wants to upset anybody. We really want to tell the best stories. And when there are people who feel upset about anything, it’s our job to listen and encourage more conversation with other people who want to tell these stories. Because they’re important stories to be told and we don’t want to stop telling them.”


Anne Hathaway Says She Was the ‘Ninth Choice’ to Star in The Devil Wears Prada

Anne Hathaway says she wasn’t exactly the first choice to play fashion outsider Andy Sachs in The Devil Wears Prada…or second…or third.

In fact, Hathaway revealed on February 19 that she was actually the production company’s ninth choice to star alongside Meryl Streep in the iconic film. During a guest appearance on RuPaul’s Drag Race, contestant Rosé asked if there were any roles she had to “fight tooth and nail” to land.

“How much time do you have? A lot of them,” Hathaway jokingly told the group. “I will give you some tea: I was the ninth choice for Devil Wears Prada. But I got it! Hang in there! Never give up!”

Anne Hathaway first revealed she “wasn’t the first choice” to Variety in 2016, revealing that while she “didn’t have to audition” to play Miranda Priestly’s personal assistant, she “had to be patient.” The actor had already starred in two Princess Diaries movies and Brokeback Mountain before The Devil Wears Prada premiered in 2006.

Despite her impressive résumé, the studio had its heart set on Rachel McAdams, who declined the role several times after the success of Mean Girls, The Notebook, and more. “I’m not going to make movies just to make movies,” McAdams explained to Elle magazine in 2007 after turning down leading roles in The Devil Wears Prada, Casino Royale, and Mission Impossible 3. “I have to be passionate about it. And at the same time, I can get very distracted when I’m working, and I like to get back to my life a lot.”

Streep, of course, was the only option to play the Runway editor-in-chief, but she was willing to walk away after the initial offer. “There was my ‘goodbye moment,’ and then they doubled the offer,” Streep told Variety. “I was 55, and I had just learned, at a very late date, how to deal on my own behalf.”

Obviously, everything worked out for the best. We couldn’t imagine The Devil Wears Prada any other way.