Millie Bobby Brown Went Vanilla Almond Blonde for the Stranger Things 4 Premiere

Millie Bobby Brown? Try Millie Bobby Blonde. I’m sorry, I had no choice.

The Stranger Things actor first debuted her new vanilla almond butter blonde hair and bangs to the masses during an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, which aired on May 13. Brown looked incredibly cool in a head-to-toe purple ensemble by Raisa Vanessa, featuring a shimmery off-the-shoulder top with feathered trim and a pair of high-waisted, skin-tight pants. She topped off the look with a pair of black platform pumps.

Her makeup look was just as glam as her outfit. Brown wore a pink lip, black winged liner, and a bronze contour. However, she kept her hairstyle more low-key, with her blonde hair pulled back into a ponytail and her bangs parted down the middle and swept to the side. 

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Just a couple of days later, Millie Bobby Brown let her long blonde hair down for the premiere of Stranger Things season four on May 14. Brown attended the event with the rest of the cast in Brookly, NY wearing a white custom Louis Vuitton dress with a bustier-style top, thigh-high slit, and sheer black detailing over one shoulder. She wore her hair down with casual, beachy waves and let her bangs fall naturally in front of her face. 

Millie Bobby Brown attends Netflix’s “Stranger Things” Season 4 Premiere in Brooklyn, New York.

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Conversations With Friends Is Sex-Fueled Depression-Core TV

Let us open, on this holy occasion, with a Taylor Swift lyric:

“Sequin smile, black lipstick

Sensual politics

When you are young, they assume you know nothing.”

Such are the essential themes of Conversation With Friends, a Hulu/BBC miniseries out now. Like the 2020 sensation Normal People, this series is adapted from a novel by author Sally Rooney. And like that show, Conversations With Friends is a six-hour advertisement for being depressed in Ireland, with an Anthropologie aesthetic and an almost surreal abundance of sex scenes.

Conversation risks bringing together a horny, armchair-philosopher illuminati, three powerful fandoms united in the desire to fuck in oversized knits. First, we have Rooney readers. They are joined by the audience of the TV show Girls, brought in by Jemima Kirke. Plus Swifties by way of Joe Alwyn, a respected and talented actor who, nevertheless, must be identified first and foremost as Taylor Swift’s Boyfriend. (This article hereby adopts the position that objectifying Taylor Swift’s boyfriend is an act of radical gender equality.)

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‘Tis Dublin, in non-COVID times: Frances (Allison Oliver) and Bobbi (Sasha Lane) are undergraduate slam poets who have the kind of destructive close friendship where two people attempt to adopt one identity. They are former partners turned platonic best friends who speak in “we,” and “us,” alienate people at parties, and participate in communism as a flexible aesthetic rather than a belief system. They are a friend pair most of us have seen or participated in: Bobbi, outspoken and charismatic; Frances, mute and profoundly mousey. Every baby hair on her head proclaims her total discomfort in her body and in the world.

“You know your whole silent thing makes everyone think you’re enigmatic and interesting,” Bobbi says cuttingly to Frances, the ultimate introvert slur. In an accurate depiction of many early-20s friendships, the two spend the entire series deeply wounding each other and then making up by writing grand apology emails.

Jason Momoa Is Reportedly Dating Eiza González After Split From Lisa Bonet

Jason Momoa is reportedly moving on from ex-wife Lisa Bonet. According to People, the Aquaman star is currently dating I Care a Lot actor Eiza González.

Momoa is currently filming the latest installment of the Fast & Furious series, Fast X, in Italy. Though it’s unconfirmed whether or not González will appear in the film, she previously played the role of Madame M in Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw. While it seems reasonable to speculate that the pair may have met on set, this could be a coincidence. 

“They are dating. He cares about her. He’s in a great place, working on Fast X,” a source told People. “He’s quite busy and he’s in a good place.”

Another source added, “They’re both busy with work but are having fun together. It’s nothing serious yet.” In April, Momoa attended the premiere of González’s film, Ambulance.

Jason Momoa attends the Los Angeles premiere of Ambulance on April 04, 2022.

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Eiza González attends the Los Angeles premiere of Ambulance on April 04, 2022.

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Prior to this budding romance, Jason Momoa was in a 16-year relationship with actor Lisa Bonet. In January, the former couple announced their split after four years of marriage. Momoa and Bonet share two children: 14-year-old Lola and 13-year-old Nakoa-Wolf. Momoa also shares a strong bond with his stepdaughter, Zoë Kravitz.

“We have all felt the squeeze and changes of these transformational times,” Momoa and Bonet said in a joint statement on January 12, per People. “A revolution is unfolding and our family is no exception… Feeling and growing from the seismic shifts occurring. And so we share our family news that we are parting ways in marriage. We share this not because we think it’s newsworthy but so that as we go about our lives we may do so with dignity and honesty,” they continued. “The love between us carries on, evolving in ways it wishes to be known and lived. We free each other to be who we are learning to become… Our devotion unwavering to this sacred life our children. Teaching our children what’s possible. Living the Prayer. May Love Prevail J & L.”

Though there were reconciliation rumors in later months, Momoa shut down speculation at the Oscars. “We’re not back together,” he told Access Hollywood on March 27. “We’re family. We have two beautiful children together.”


JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers Are Finally Married

After a year (plus) of pared-down guest lists and socially distanced receptions, big celebrity weddings came roaring back in 2021 (Paris Hilton, thank you so much) and will no doubt continue into 2022.

From epic themed gatherings to faraway destination nuptials to those I do’s we only hear about because TMZ finds the certificate, A-listers find all kinds of ways to get hitched. Kourtney and Travis—a.k.a. Kravis—have reportedly started planning theirs, and no doubt some of the engaged couples of 2021 are sitting in front of a Pinterest mood board right now.

And if you stumbled upon this page while looking for inspo for your own big day, first of all, congrats. And second, we hope you find it helpful! After all, despite their A-list guests and bloated budgets, at the end of the day celebrity weddings are just like normie weddings: a chance to drink champagne and eat cake in the name of love!

Here are the best celebrity weddings and marriages of 2022.

Selena Gomez Wore a Sultry Strapless Dress With a Super High Slit to the SNL After-Party

During Selena Gomez’s Saturday Night Live opening monologue, the first-time host declared that she’s “manifesting love.” Her after-party dress certainly couldn’t hurt.

Following her hosting duties on May 14, Gomez attended the celebration in a strapless black Michael Stewart dress with a thigh-high slit, which she kept closed with one hand in multiple photographs. Despite any wardrobe malfunction concerns, Gomez was all smiles with a lovely peachy lip and her wavy, long bob framing her face. She matched her dress with an inky black manicure and topped the whole ensemble off with a pair of sequined silver mules.

Selena Gomez is seen in New York City on May 15, 2022.

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According to Elle, Selena Gomez was joined at the after-party by SNL musical guest Post Malone and her longtime friend and on-screen love interest, Cara Delevingne. However, we can’t help but wonder how things went for SNL cast member Punkie Johnson, who propositioned the star during her opening monologue.

“One reason I’m really excited to host SNL is because I’m single,” Gomez joked at the top of the show. “And I’ve heard that SNL is a great place to find romance. Emma Stone met her husband here, Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost, and Pete and….Machine Gun Kelly.” 

She continued, “Since I don’t really want to try the dating apps, I just want to put it out in the universe that I’m manifesting love. I would like to say that I’m looking for my soulmate, but at this point, I will take anyone.” 

What followed were a series of volunteers, with varying degrees of success. To Kyle Mooney, Gomez simply said, “No. No. No. No,” while James Austin Johnson was let down a little more gently. However, Gomez did not immediately shoot down comedian Punkie Johnson. “You know, I’m so sorry. These men out here harassing you,” Johnson said to Gomez. “It’s just unacceptable, boo. You’re just out here doing your job. Damn. But…you know…I’ll do it.”

Selena Gomez Made Her Saturday Night Live Hosting Debut to Find Love

Selena Gomez: actor, pop star, Rare Beauty mogul, and, now, Saturday Night Live host.

After nearly two decades in the industry—Gomez may only be 29 years old, but she started on Barney all the way back in 2002—the Only Murders in the Building star has finally reached the upper echelon of Hollywood A-listers who’ve hosted the prestigious variety show. However, Gomez didn’t just agree to appear on SNL to promote the second season of her Hulu series or do a bang-on impression of Miley Cyrus, she also did it to find love.

“One reason I’m really excited to host SNL is because I’m single,” Gomez said in her opening monologue. “And I’ve heard that SNL is a great place to find romance. Emma Stone met her husband here, Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost, and Pete and….Machine Gun Kelly.” 

Gomez is absolutely right. Stone met Dave McCary, who was a writer and segment director for SNL from 2013 to 2019, when she hosted the show back in 2016. Though ScarJo first met “Weekend Update” host Colin Jost when she hosted SNL in 2006, the couple really hit it off when she returned in 2017. While Pete Davidson and Machine Gun Kelly’s bromance may or may not have ignited through the show, it should also be noted that Davidson met ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande when she hosted back in 2016 and started dating his current girlfriend, Kim Kardashian, after she made her hosting debut in October 2021. 

Basically, SNL might be the best celebrity dating service there is, which definitely appealed to Gomez. “Since I don’t really want to try the dating apps, I just want to put it out in the universe that I’m manifesting love,” she continued. “I would like to say that I’m looking for my soulmate, but at this point, I will take anyone.” 

“Anyone,” however, does not include Kyle Mooney or James Austin Johnson. We’ll see how things go with Punkie Johnson. You can watch Selena Gomez’s full opening monologue, here:

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What to Watch This Week: Hulu’s Conversations With Friends and the Downton Abbey Movie

We’re halfway through May, a month that used to see all our favorite shows sign off for the summer as re-runs took over. My, how times have changed! Aside from a handful of broadcast shows bidding adieu for the summer (or forever), this week is all about the premieres of buzzy new series and movies.

First up: Hulu’s Conversations With Friends, which has been the talk of the Glamour team ever since the project was first announced. Those of us who have watched already are a bit divided on the Sally Rooney adaptation. Regardless, it’s a conversation starter. 

Then there’s This Is Us, which airs its second-to-last episode this Tuesday—the episode that caused Mandy Moore to throw up because it was so “beautiful and upsetting.” As you saw from last week’s preview, the family gathers to say goodbye to Rebecca. For more on who we might see and what’s going to happen, check out our conversation with the show’s executive producers.

We’re going to miss you, Rebecca Pearson.

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We also have the premiere of Angelyne on Peacock this week, and all I can say is wow. Emmy Rossum is mesmerizing as Angelyne, the ‘80s and ’90s billboard queen who captivated Los Angeles with her looks and unconventional marketing techniques. 

As for movies, there are several light-hearted summer films to kick off the season, starting with Netflix’s A Perfect Pairing starring Adam Demos and Victoria Justice. Love, wine, and Australia— what more do you need? We also have the new Downton Abbey movie that will make you want to book a trip to the south of France immediately. 

That’s just a smattering of what’s to come this week. Check out the full list below, and I’ll see you next week for This Is Us‘s series finale. 

Sunday, May 15

Conversations With Friends (Hulu): If you love beautiful settings and angsty love stories, this is for you. Newcomer Alison Oliver plays Frances, a 21-year-old college student who gets involved with a married man (Joe Alwyn) just as her ex and best friend, Bobbi (Sasha Lane) pursues a flirtation with that married man’s wife, Melissa (Jemima Kirke). Not quite Normal People (Hulu’s other adaptation from Sally Rooney), but a fascinating character study. All 12 episodes streaming

Powerful Images From Abortion Rights Protests Around the Country

At hundreds of abortion rights protests this Saturday, singles, couples, families and friends marched together insisting on the right of women to choose what to do with their bodies and their lives. Major organizations including Planned Parenthood and The Women’s March, as well as crucial smaller abortion funds, collaborated on “Bans Off Our Bodies” rallies and events throughout the country. 

In cities in the south and midwest, where abortion is likely to be fully banned and even criminalized within months, regular people left their homes and took to downtown areas and city halls to demand safe, accessible abortion care. In states that are not likely to force pregnancy on citizens, regular people rallied to consider how to support and care for their fellow Americans. A flagship abortion rights protests in Washington, D.C. saw thousands of people flood the national mall. While in other big cities and even some smaller towns, Americans of all backgrounds came out for abortion rights. 

Here are some of the stirring images captured at abortion rights protests this weekend. 

In Fort Lauderdale, Florida, thousands protested in the hot sun. 

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In D.C., the people were angry, and for good reason. 

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9 People on Why They Showed Up to Abortion Rights Protests

On Saturday, in major cities and tiny towns in every state, people gathered to march at abortion rights protests. People of all genders, ages, religions, sexualities, and abilities took to the streets with chants like “My body, my choice, her body, her choice,” and “Pro-life, your name’s a lie. You don’t care if people die.” Activists and activists-in-the-making shared rage, grief, humor, and political strategies, in response to this month’s news that the Supreme Court has reportedly voted to roll back Roe v. Wade, the 1973 ruling that found a constitutional right to abortion. 

Elderly women decades deep into their abortion fights marched alongside young girls taking their first steps as activists. Dogs walked patiently along march routes packed with thousands of protesters. Straight, cis-men practiced showing up. Multigenerational families spent their Saturdays parked in front of city halls, and thousands of signs danced in the air.

The reversal of Roe v. Wade will plunge the country into an even deeper human rights crisis in which women and gender and sexual minorities may face constant peril. On Saturday, Glamour caught up with people in seven cities who showed up for abortion rights. 

Cheryl, 57, Orlando, Florida

I’m the mom of three 20-something girls. I had “the talk” with my doctor twice in my life. The first time, I chose an abortion. The second time, I chose to let nature take its course. The choice is MINE because abortion IS a healthcare treatment option that should never be banned. The protection I had to choose my healthcare outcome was from Roe v. Wade. It allowed me to vote Republican my whole life. I don’t have that protection any more. I’m going to today’s rally to figure out how to pivot from a lifelong Repuplican, to the opposite.

Allie, 14, San Francisco, Ca

It’s scary to think that teenagers who may accidentally get pregnant are forced to have a baby, and that’s not right at all. They could have to drop out of school, and all their dreams could be crushed from it.

Nina, 13, San Francisco, Ca

I just like to think abortion is something I can have in the future. It’s not something I need now, but in the future I never know.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – MAY 14: Abortion rights activists hold protest signs during the Women’s March Foundation’s National Day of Action! The “Bans Off Our Bodies” Reproductive Rights Rally at Los Angeles City Hall on May 14, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Araya Doheny/FilmMagic)Araya Doheny

10 People on Why They Showed Up to Abortion Rights Protests

On Saturday, in major cities and tiny towns in every state, people gathered to march at abortion rights protests. People of all genders, ages, religions, sexualities, and abilities took to the streets with chants like “My body, my choice, her body, her choice,” and “Pro-life, your name’s a lie. You don’t care if people die.” Activists and activists-in-the-making shared rage, grief, humor, and political strategies, in response to this month’s news that the Supreme Court has reportedly voted to roll back Roe v. Wade, the 1973 ruling that found a constitutional right to abortion. 

Elderly women decades deep into their abortion fights marched alongside young girls taking their first steps as activists. Dogs walked patiently along march routes packed with thousands of protesters. Straight, cis-men practiced showing up. Multigenerational families spent their Saturdays parked in front of city halls, and thousands of signs danced in the air.

The reversal of Roe v. Wade will plunge the country into an even deeper human rights crisis in which women and gender and sexual minorities may face constant peril. On Saturday, Glamour caught up with people in eight cities who showed up for abortion rights protests. 

Cheryl, 57, Orlando, Florida

I’m the mom of three 20-something girls. I had “the talk” with my doctor twice in my life. The first time, I chose an abortion. The second time, I chose to let nature take its course. The choice is MINE because abortion IS a healthcare treatment option that should never be banned. The protection I had to choose my healthcare outcome was from Roe v. Wade. It allowed me to vote Republican my whole life. I don’t have that protection any more. I’m going to today’s rally to figure out how to pivot from a lifelong Republican, to the opposite.

Allie, 14, San Francisco, Ca

It’s scary to think that teenagers who may accidentally get pregnant are forced to have a baby, and that’s not right at all. They could have to drop out of school, and all their dreams could be crushed from it.

Nina, 13, San Francisco, Ca

I just like to think abortion is something I can have in the future. It’s not something I need now, but in the future I never know.

Araya Doheny