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Spoilers for Hulu’s The Great, below. Our rapturous binge of Hulu’s The Great was immediately followed by the sinking feeling that a second season could be years away. The series, which stars Elle Fanning as Catherine the Great and Nicholas Hoult as Peter III, is the chaotic, violent, sensual, unhinged relative of Sofia Coppola’s Marie
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On his new album, The Off-Season, Cole confirms an infamous, eight year-old rumor about himself and the rap legend. By Frazier Tharpe May 14, 2021 LOS ANGELES, CA – JUNE 24: J. Cole performs onstage at the 2018 BET Awards at Microsoft Theater on June 24, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty
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Jacob Elordi, 23, and Kaia Gerber, 19, have made headlines as their relationship blossomed during the coronavirus pandemic. Elordi and Gerber originally sparked romance rumors toward the end of summer in 2020 after being seen out several times. The couple officially debuted their relationship in late 2020 on Instagram, showing off their couple Halloween costumes.
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Organizers who fought the AIDS crisis explain how the tactics of civil disobedience can change minds that don’t want to be changed. By Sarah Schulman May 13, 2021 Police remove ACT UP demonstrators during a sit-in at the New York State Capitol in Albany, March 28, 1990.Bettmann / Getty Images Excerpted from LET THE RECORD
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According to two Washington Post reporters who witnessed the event, Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene—best known for her white supremacy, transphobia, Islamaphobia, her support for QAnon, and her intense love of guns—”aggressively confronted” Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez outside the House chamber Wednesday. According to those reporters, Greene shouted at her colleague twice, yelling, “Hey Alexandria!”
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The ten best films that feature rad bromances and wholesome camaraderie. By William Goodman May 13, 2021 Getty images; Photo Illustration by C.J. Robinson Like any good internet meme, the history and usage of “dudes rock” already has a life of its own. The phrase originated in 2018 as a semi-ironic, self-aware way of embracing
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Between filming Netflix’s Halston and season four of The Sinner, the prolific actor retreats to his remote cattle ranch to finish his one-act play, explore what he calls “the great silence,” and fend off animal intruders. By Maxim Loskutoff Photography by Ami Vitale May 12, 2021 The guest cabin on Bill Pullman’s Montana ranch has
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It doesn’t matter whether Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez are really rekindling their relationship or not: Their storied affair offers solace to a generation in need of celebrity nostalgia. By Alana Hope Levinson May 11, 2021 Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, 2003. James Devaney / Getty Images You can tell a lot about a person based
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Welcome to Shelf Life, ELLE.com’s books column, in which authors share their most memorable reads. Whether you’re on the hunt for a book to console you, move you profoundly, or make you laugh, consider a recommendation from the writers in our series, who, like you (since you’re here), love books. Perhaps one of their favorite
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Despite repeatedly declaring that he is being “muzzled” and censored by the mainstream media, Josh Hawley has been giving a deluge of interviews around the release of his new book, The Tyranny of Big Tech, sales of which he’s been promoting via noted big tech mega-corporation Amazon. In one such muzzling–aka prominent interview with a reputable
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A rare look at Kate Middleton and Prince William’s life off-duty with their kids Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis emerged over the weekend when Instagram user Elle Kay spotted the family boarding a helicopter on the Kensington Palace grounds Friday. She filmed the excursion, writing, “Stroll through the park led to a lucky
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