Rebel Wilson, Your Rom-Com Comments Erased Plus-Size Women of Color

Rebel Wilson caught some heat this weekend after she incorrectly claimed to be the first plus-size woman to ever star in a romantic comedy.

It all started on Halloween when the trailer for her new movie Isn’t It Romantic dropped. The film, due out in February, centers around a woman who hits her head and suddenly wakes up in a rom-com, where she’s the object of handsome mens’ desires. The movie immediately received criticism for enforcing the problematic trope that plus-size women can only be attractive in alternate universes—something Amy Schumer’s comedy I Feel Pretty was knocked for in April. Wilson added fuel to the fire, though, when she declared on The Ellen Show, “I’m kind of proud to be the first-ever plus-size girl to be the star of the romantic comedy.”

The social media backlash was swift. With her comments, Wilson had seemingly overlooked actresses like Queen Latifah and Mo’Nique, who have both headlined rom-coms like Last Holiday (2006), Just Wright (2010), and Phat Girlz (2006).

One Twitter user pointed this out to Wilson, writing, “I love @RebelWilson as much as the next girl, but she isn’t the first plus sized woman to play the lead in a romantic comedy. Queen Latifah and Mo’Nique have both played romcom leads 🤔”

To this, Wilson replied, “Hey girl! Yeah I of course know of these movies but it was questionable as to whether: 1. Technically those actresses were plus size when filming those movies or 2. Technically those films are catorgorized/billed [sic] as a studio rom-com with a sole lead. So there’s a slight grey area.”

Mo’Nique herself even called out Wilson. “Hey my sweet sister,” she tweeted. “Let’s please not allow this business to erase our talent with giving grey areas and technicalities. Take a moment and know the history. DON’T BE A PART OF ERASING IT. I wish you the best.”

“Hi Monique, it was never my intention to erase anyone else’s achievements and I adore you and Queen Latifah so so much x I support all plus size ladies and everything positive we are doing together,” Wilson said in response.

Wilson then started to block the people on Twitter criticizing her Ellen comments, including many women and writers of color. It’s so prevalent that the hashtag #RebelWilsonBlockedMe is currently circulating Twitter.

This entire issue offers a glimpse into a larger, more sinister problem in Hollywood, the media and our country alike: the consistent dismissal of the accomplishments of women of color—especially plus-size women of color.

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Mo’Nique in Phat Girlz.

And it goes beyond just the movie industry. Black women have consistently been disregarded in the body positivity movement, too, despite the fact they were integral in building it. Before Ashley Graham and Tess Holliday led the pack, there were models like the late Mia Amber Davis, who famously appeared in the movie Road Trip (2000), and Jordan Tesfay, the first black plus-size woman to appear in a Cover Girl ad. Both of these women remain largely unknown to the general public.

Wilson also recently stepped into the world of plus-size fashion design, and she’d do well to remember pioneers like Monif C and Qristyl Frazier, who each created clothing for that market before it was in vogue. (Also, let’s not forget the fictional clothing line Mo’Nique’s character started in Phat Girlz: the fabulously-titled “Thick Madame.”)

At this point, it seems Wilson is refusing to concede and standing firm in her argument. She later added, “It was never my intention to erase anyone else’s achievements.” But the fact of the matter is her comments did just that. As she’s no doubt seeing now, the road to Twitter hell is paved with good intentions.


Allison McGevna is an editor and writer based in New York City. You can follow her @AllieMcGev on Twitter.

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Ariana Grande Says Seeing a Therapist ‘Saved My Life’

Ariana Grande has been through some tough times recently—a terrorist attack, the shocking death of her ex Mac Miller, and the very public engagement and break-up of her and SNL’s Pete Davidson. To get through it all, she’s turned to therapy, according to a recent tweet.

Earlier this week, the God Is a Woman Singer teased her new album and single titled Thank You, Next. After a fan joked about her latest breakup-themed hit, which highlights the lessons she learned from her past relationships, by writing on Twitter “who is ariana’s therapist and are they accepting new clients,” Grande took the opportunity to issue an important PSA about mental health.

“lmaoaoo this is funny as fuck but in all honesty therapy has saved my life so many times,” she wrote. “If you’re afraid to ask for help, don’t be. u don’t have to be in constant pain & u can process trauma. i’ve got a lot of work to do but it’s a start to even be aware that it’s possible.”

This isn’t the first time Grande has spoken up about mental health issues. Following the bombing after one of her concerts in Manchester, England in 2017, Grande has been open about her struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety. “Sry i’m really really anxious and really exhausted and jus trying to get thru the trip,” she tweeted on her first trip back to England after the attack.

She even dedicated one of the tracks on Sweetener those affected by the bombing. “It’s just about just being there for each other and helping each other through scary times and anxiety,” she said of her song “get well soon” in an interview earlier this year.

Her fans loved her honesty about getting professional help. In the words of one fan: “This simple tweet is going to save a lot of people.”

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This Puffer Jacket Is a ‘Fashion Coat’ That Actually Keeps You Warm

I recently went through my closet and moved all of my summer clothes to the very back, replacing them with heavier pieces for the cold weather ahead. As I was bringing out my jackets, I remembered something funny: A few years ago, during Fashion Week in February, I was waiting for a car with a fellow Glamour editor, out in the freezing cold, when she looked at me up and down and asked, “Is that coat actually warm, or is that a fashion coat?” The coat in question appeared to be thick and substantial—but she was questioning my warmth level because I was shivering, jumping up and down in an attempt at warmth. But she was onto something: It might have looked great, but my coat wasn’t actually doing its job. It was a “fashion coat.”

There comes a point every winter when it gets so cold, style is thrown out the window—whether you’re in New York or in Canada, where I grew up. Everyone ends up relying on puffer jackets, which might not always feel chic but always get the job done. I could never find one that checked off all the boxes for me: extreme warmth, polish, and style. I would reluctantly buy my outerwear from active brands, which were great, but made me feel like I was going skiing every time I put on a puffer jacket.

Fast-forward to yet another freezing winter morning—this time, I was meeting my friend to breakfast, and she arrived wearing a bold, red puffer jacket from Aritzia’s TNA brand. Then, like my colleague had done to me, I asked her: Are you even warm? It was probably just a “fashion coat”—it looked way too good to be functional. But she made me try on her Super Puff… and I immediately took it back.

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Soon enough, I was a Super Puff evangelist. (I now own it in three colors.) The first time I wore it to the office, my coworkers immediately perked up—since we see each other so often, we pretty much know everyone else’s wardrobes, and new additions don’t often go unnoticed. I hadn’t even sat down before our accessories director started asking questions, assuming my puffer jacket was made by some expensive designer. I gave her the spiel—and not long after, she, the market director, and the accessories editor had all bought their own Super Puffs.

TNA’s signature Super Puff retails for $228. This year, the brand introduced a bunch of varieties on the style—mid- and long-length, vest, light, and extremely-oversized—which widened the price range: They start at $88 for The Little Puff and go up to $298 for The Super Puff Long.

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These puffer jackets are filled with responsibly-sourced goose down and made with a water-repellent fabric and engineered to provide warmth down to -20°F. They’re the perfect marriage of function and design—from the oversized fit and removable hood to the monochromatic snap buttons, thick zipper, and my favorite: super-soft sleeves with a thumb hole. Plus, they now come in 15 matte colors, 6 metallic colors, and even a floral print, so there’s truly a style for everyone.

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With the Super Puff, I no longer have to choose between what I want to wear and what I have to wear. It looks just as good during February Fashion Week as it does when I’m walking my dog in the snow—in other words: It’s definitely not just a “fashion coat.”

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The Spice Girls Reunion Tour Is Definitely Happening—Without Victoria Beckham

Attention Spice Girls superfans: The iconic ’90s pop music girl gang is heading out on a world tour—just don’t expect Victoria Beckham, aka “Posh,” to join them.

After months of will they or won’t they speculation surrounding the possibility of a reunion tour, the former pop stars finally confirmed the long-awaited plans today (November 5) on Twitter. In a spoof video sharing the news and details of the tour, the women were joined by singer Jess Glynne, to kick off ticket sales, which start Saturday. However, one of the group’s former bandmates was noticeably absent from the video.

Despite the initial belief that all five of the Spice Girls would potentially be touring together, Beckham quickly shot down those rumors in a post to her Instagram account Monday, where she announced she would not be joining the tour, but wished the rest of her former bandmates the best of luck.

“Today marks a special day for the girls as they announce the first tour dates since we performed together in 2012! I won’t be joining my girls on stage again but being in the Spice Girls was a hugely important part of my life and I wish them so much love and fun as they go back on tour next year. I know they will put on an amazing show and the fantastic fans past and present are going to have a wonderful time! X vb #spicegirls #friendshipneverends”

Back in June, while speaking with Hoda Kotb on Today, Mel B (a.k.a. “Scary Spice”) seemed to confirm the possibility of a reunion tour, a move so many Spice World enthusiasts had been hoping for since the group’s final performance together in 2012.

“I’m the only one that keeps on saying we’re going to be performing, which, we are gonna be performing,” the star told Kotb on the air. “Finally, they’ve got it together. Yes. We are touring. Should I have really said that out loud? Yes, we are going to be doing performances together for sure.”

So while it seems as though Posh definitively will not be joining the rest of the Girls on their tour next year—at least we still have this video of her fist-pumping to “Spice Up Your Life.”

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The Best Makeup Sponges for Perfect Makeup

Every now and again, something so revolutionary comes along in the beauty world that it makes you re-think your entire getting ready process. The Beautyblender was one of them. When the makeup sponge hit the scene in 2007, it became instantly iconic for its ability to flawlessly buff and blend in foundation—and replaced the need for owning multiple face brushes.

In the past few years, a whole sea of sponges have hit shelves—bringing with them odd designs and different textures, ranging from drugstore prices to designer. It wasn’t until recently when I fell down a rabbit hole of YouTuber reviews that I realized just how many options are out there. A quick Ulta search delivers nearly 150 different sponges. I’ve been so loyal to my Beautyblender, I thought it was time to finally see what I was missing. So I dipped, dabbed, and tested my way through dozens of sponges to narrow down the 13 worth your time and money. Scroll on for the best makeup sponges.

Every Victoria’s Secret Angel Who Has Worn the Fantasy Bra

Wearing the Fantasy Bra is one of the highest honors for a Victoria’s Secret Angel. It’s like earning valedictorian status, or Beyoncé asking you to take out her trash: It doesn’t happen often, so, when it does, embrace the hell out of it.

Last year, Lais Ribeiro walked down the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show runway in the Champagne Nights Bra, valued at $2 million. And in 2018, the look—a bustier-and-body-chain style made with over 2,100 lab-created diamonds from Atelier Swarovski, according to Vogue—will be modeled by Swedish Angel Elsa Hosk. (And though you might not be able to purchase is, Victoria’s Secret will be selling a crystal-embellished Dream Angels Fantasy Bra inspired by Hosk’s online for $250 starting on November 29—a relative bargain, compared to the millions associated with Fantasy Bras.)

As it happens, a couple of thousand diamonds is chump change compared with some of the more expensive Fantasy Bras of years past. (The 2018 bra is valued at $1 million, according to People—but a previous one was priced at $10 million.) That’s more than my life, your life, and Aaron Carter’s life! Hosk is just one of many Angels to wear the Fantasy Bra: Tyra Banks! Alessandra Ambrosio! Heidi Klum! Heidi Klum again! The Fantasy Bra Club is a who’s who of supermodels/future reality-TV show hosts. Once you’re in, you’re pretty much set. So, rest easy, Tookes: You have a long modeling career ahead of you, followed by an offer to host the 184th cycle of America’s Next Top Model. Dreams do come true.

All jokes aside, this is a big effing deal. Maybe seeing the full list of models in the Fantasy Bra Club will convince you.

1996: Claudia Schiffer

Schiffer wore the very first Fantasy Bra, which was valued at $1 million. Unfortunately, however, it didn’t appear in the fashion show. Perhaps executives were too afraid of letting a 100-carat diamond bra loose on the runway?

1997: Tyra Banks

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One of the earlier fantasy bras shows more satin than diamonds, but hang tight—we’re just getting started.

1998: Daniela Pestova

Pestova’s $5,000,000 “Dream Angel Fantasy Bra” featured a dazzling display of rubies and diamonds.

1999: Heidi Klum

Klum’s first-ever Fantasy Bra was blue with silver stars, and is valued at a casual $10 million.

2000: Gisele Bündchen

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This $15 million bra-and-panty set was the Guinness Book record holder for the most extravagant and expensive underwear ever at the time, with more than 1,300 rubies and diamonds.

2001: Heidi Klum

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Klum wore a diamond-encrusted demi bra valued at the time at $12.5 million.

2002: Karolina Kurkova

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This $12 million set echoed the romance of an English garden.

2003: Heidi Klum

Klum, back at it again with the multimillion-dollar bra! The style she wore in 2003 is valued at $11 million.

2004: Tyra Banks

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Banks wore the Heavenly 70 Fantasy Bra in 2004, which featured a 70-carat pear-shaped diamond embellishment—on top of the 2,900 pavé-set diamonds set throughout the 18-karat white gold. The price tag: $10 million.

2005: Gisele Bündchen

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The Brazilian bombshell wore a Fantasy Bra with a 101-carat fancy-cut diamond drop hanging from the sweet bow detail at center. Like Klum’s, it was valued at $12.5 million.

2006: Karolina Kurkova

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Diamond jeweler Hearts on Fire created this $6.5 million sparkler, which has more than 2,000 diamonds.

2007: Selita Ebanks:

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Just a bra? No way. Ebanks’ $4.5 million lingerie set by Mouawad included a bra, thong, garter, cuff, and barrette, all coated in diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and yellow sapphires.

2008: Adriana Lima

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Lima went to the next level in 2008, when she wore a $5 million style with 3,900 black-and-white diamonds (that’s 1,500 carats!) interspersed with rubies.

2009: Marissa Miller

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This $3 million harlequin-inspired brassiere had 2,355 diamonds and a 16-carat heart-shaped diamond pendant at the center.

2010: Adriana Lima

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Lima wore the Fantasy Bra for a second time in 2010. This $2 million one had 60 carats of diamonds in addition to blue topaz and sapphires.

2011: Miranda Kerr

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The Aussie babe wore a more classic look with yellow and colorless diamonds, citrines, and aquamarines, which was then draped in strands of pearls and finished with a pearl tassel. The value? $2.5 million. Chump change.

2012: Alessandra Ambrosio

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Ambrosio’s $2.5 million style was covered with amethysts, sapphires, rubies, and diamonds—not to mention, a removable 20-carat white diamond at the center.

2013: Candice Swanepoel

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This baby was nicknamed “the Royal.” It has more than 4,200 stones, including rubies, diamonds, and yellow sapphires. The price tag: $10 million.

2014: Adriana Lima and Alessandra Ambrosio

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Diamonds are great and all, but when you and your bud get some? Even better. Lima and Abrasion wore these gem-drenched suits valued at $2 million each.

2015: Lily Aldridge

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This stunning bra is valued at $2 million.

2016: Jasmine Tookes

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Tookes became the third model of color to don the Victoria’s Secret Fantasy Bra—and her Bright Night style had a cool $3 million price tag.

2017: Lais Ribeiro

Victoria's Secret Angel Lais Ribeiro Reveals The $2 Million 2017 Champagne Nights Fantasy Bra

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Brazilian Ribeiro modeled the Champagne Nights Fantasy Bra, which is valued at $2 million, at the 2017 show.

2018: Elsa Hosk

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Swedish model Elsa Hosk will wear the Fantasy Bra at the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show—a decadent lingerie creation made with over 2,100 Atelier Swarovski diamonds. “My body was violently shaking,” she told People. “And it wasn’t because I was nervous, I was just excited. It was a cool feeling that I’ve never felt before. And it was definitely a moment that I’ll never forget.”

Rihanna Slams Trump For Playing One of Her Biggest Hits at His ‘Tragic’ Rally

Over the weekend, Rihanna became the latest celebrity to step into the heated political conversations online leading up to Tuesday’s midterm elections. And, of course, she did it in classic RiRi form.

First, she came out on Twitter and Instagram in support of Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum and a criminal justice reform amendment also on the ballot in Florida. “FLORIDA: You have the opportunity to make history this election. The US has only had four black Governors in its entire history, and we can help make #AndrewGillum the next one and Florida’s first,” she wrote. “If you’re tired of feeling like you don’t matter in the political process, know the most important thing you can do in supporting a candidate is finding someone who will take on critical issues such as: making minimum wage a livable wage, paying teachers what their worth, ensuring criminal justice reform, making healthcare a right, and repealing Stand Your Ground. That’s a platform we MUST support. Let’s #bringithome, Florida. Vote @andrewgillum. And VOTE YES on Amendment 4 to restore voting rights to folks who have already paid their debt to society. VOTE on November 6th!”

Then she came for President Donald Trump.

Journalist Phillip Rucker tweeted from a Trump rally that Rihanna’s “Please Don’t Stop the Music” was blasting on the speakers and Rihanna was having none of it. “Not for much longer…” she responded. “me nor my people would ever be at or around one of those tragic rallies, so thanks for the heads up philip!”

And the internet cheered.

Rihanna is the latest in a line of music stars who are not pleased that their music is being used at Trump rallies. Last week Pharrell Wiliams had his attorney Howard King send a cease and desist letter over the President’s use of “Happy” at a rally after the mass shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh.

“On the day of the mass murder of 11 human beings at the hands of a deranged ‘nationalist,’ you played his song ‘Happy’ to a crowd at a political event in Indiana,” King wrote in the letter. “There was nothing ‘happy’ about the tragedy inflicted upon our country on Saturday and no permission was granted for your use of this song for this purpose.” Guns n’ Roses frontman Axl Rose also took to Twitter to express his displeasure at the use of their music at political events for Trump.

President Trump has yet to comment, but we’ll be watching to see if he dares to invoke the wrath of Rihanna fans.

You Can Buy a Copy Meghan Markle’s Second Wedding Dress For $45

It’s been six months since Meghan Markle‘s royal wedding, but no one has forgotten her two stunning wedding dresses. Her second gown, by Stella McCartney for the reception, was a fan favorite—due to its instant popularity with onlookers, the designer announced she would sell a handful of replicas for $4,700 a pop. We’ve seen some halter-necked styles on the bridal runways since, but it’s about to reach a new level of ubiquity, thanks to Cardi B favorite FashionNova.

Not-so-subtly named the “Royal Debut Dress,” FashionNova has released its own version of Markle’s reception gown for the jaw-dropping price of $44.99. It’s a creamy, off-white dress with a high neck and flowing trumpet skirt—except, without the upon-request price tag.

Fashion Nova Royal Debut Dress, $44.99, Fashion Nova

Though we only really got a glimpse of Markle’s custom Stella McCartney look when she was exiting Windsor Castle for her wedding reception at Frogmore House, but it was enough to make an impression. FashionNova’s dupe is already sold out in all sizes except for large, 2X, and 3X.

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If you’re hoping for a re-stock, you’re in luck: you can sign up for notifications from the store when more sizes are available again—which, why not, because $44.99.

Fashion Nova Royal Debut Dress, $44.99, Fashion Nova

So, when are we getting a Fashion Nova-ified version of Markle’s Givenchy ceremony gown?

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You Can Buy a Copy of Meghan Markle’s Second Wedding Dress For $45

It’s been six months since Meghan Markle‘s royal wedding, but no one has forgotten her two stunning wedding dresses. Her second gown, by Stella McCartney for the reception, was a fan favorite—due to its instant popularity with onlookers, the designer announced she would sell a handful of replicas for $4,700 a pop. We’ve seen some halter-necked styles on the bridal runways since, but it’s about to reach a new level of ubiquity, thanks to Cardi B favorite FashionNova.

Not-so-subtly named the “Royal Debut Dress,” FashionNova has released its own version of Markle’s reception gown for the jaw-dropping price of $44.99. It’s a creamy, off-white dress with a high neck and flowing trumpet skirt—except, without the upon-request price tag.

Fashion Nova Royal Debut Dress, $44.99, Fashion Nova

Though we only really got a glimpse of Markle’s custom Stella McCartney look when she was exiting Windsor Castle for her wedding reception at Frogmore House, but it was enough to make an impression. FashionNova’s dupe is already sold out in all sizes except for large, 2X, and 3X.

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PHOTO: STEVE PARSONS

If you’re hoping for a re-stock, you’re in luck: you can sign up for notifications from the store when more sizes are available again—which, why not, because $44.99.

Fashion Nova Royal Debut Dress, $44.99, Fashion Nova

So, when are we getting a Fashion Nova-ified version of Markle’s Givenchy ceremony gown?

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Taylor Swift Ripping Off Her Fake Eyelashes in Concert Is a Big Mood

Taylor Swift performed in the pouring rain during the Sydney, Australia stop of her Reputation Stadium Tour on Friday night (November 2). How she pulled this off is just a testament to her showmanship and love for her fans. Swift’s show is intense, after all, and filled with choreography and pyrotechnics that probably make performing it in the rain tricky. But she did it. She shook off the weather—eh?—and ran through the show full-out. (OK, that’s the last bad pun I make in this story.)

The singer did do one thing to make herself more comfortable, though. Toward the end of the show, she ripped off her fake eyelashes. As you can see in the video captured by a fan, below, Swift was singing and strutting midway through a rendition of “Don’t Blame Me” when she felt the urge to pull off the faux glam lashes she’s been wearing for the whole tour. It’s relatable AF.

Watch her do this for yourself:

Why exactly she pulled off the lashes is a mystery. My guess is the torrential showers surrounding her made the lashes annoying to wear, so she nixed them. Been there! Well, not there exactly, but most of us have probably ditched something we’ve worn spur-of-the-moment because it was uncomfortable or didn’t feel right. Swift was trying to give her all on stage and those pesky lashes just got in the way!

Fans are living for this, naturally:

Someone even made a Twitter account for Swift’s lost lash because of course they did:

Thank you, Taylor Swift, for providing us with the ultimate Monday mood. As one of your fans said on Twitter, “Only bought these lashes so I could take them off.”

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