The Biggest Celebrity Breakups of 2019

We’re only two months into 2019, but there have already been some pretty major celebrity breakups. On January 4, news reports came out that Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik were taking a break after reconciling last April. “They could get back together, but it’s over for now,” an insider told Us Weekly. And just this week, there have been two breakups: Lady Gaga and Christian Carino, and Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson.

If 2018 is any indication, this will be only the first of more Hollywood uncouplings to come. Last year alone saw the end of several relationships, including, Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum, Chris Evans and Jenny Slate, Cardi B and Offset, and Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson.

Below, all the celebrity breakups from 2019 (so far). We’ll update this post as more happen.

Sex? Yes. Sleep Over? No Thanks.

At 41, I’m a woman who’s been taught since the day I was born to constantly sacrifice my own best interests, comfort, and often safety, to almost bend myself into a goddamn pretzel at times, for the sake of men’s comfort, needs, and feelings. We women are all trained that way, right?

Men, however, have been raised to be selfish, and that’s not necessarily their fault. Obviously, there are no absolutes; there are plenty of men who are nurturing. But in general, most men (especially straight men) are not raised to put the needs of everyone else first, thanks to toxic masculinity’s hold on our culture. They’ve been told again and again that they’re superior to women and that we are here, more or less, solely for them—to satisfy their sexual impulses, to bear their children, cook their supper, applaud them, be their therapist, wash their boxers. All of it! Remember how Eve was made for the sole purpose of keeping Adam from getting bored?

In that moment with Lucas, I pledged to behave more like men do when it comes to asserting my needs.

As Lucas continued to caress me, I thought back to all the times I’ve let a man sleep over when I really just wanted him to leave. I mean, I’m a huge fan of morning sex and cuddling, but it’s usually not worth it unless I really like the guy or the sex is just that good. Once a guy kept me up all night screaming bloody murder over his bear attack dreams. Another one must have had restless leg syndrome, because he kicked me like a donkey until the sun rose. Most of them snore, have untreated sleep apnea, or breathe so wildly inconsistently that I panic they’ve died in my bed. They don’t do this on purpose, and most haven’t a clue they’ve kept me up all night, but the point is, it usually sucks for me when men stay over.

For me, letting a man into my vagina has always felt way less intimate than letting him into my bed. Sleeping is when you’re the most vulnerable and doing this—naked—with a stranger is actually a really big deal, especially for women. This guy could do anything to me while I’m unconscious: fart on me, mumble belligerently about his deepest darkest secrets, or sleepwalk to my kitchen, grab a butcher knife and cut my head off. The decapitation part hasn’t happened before, obviously, but strange things certainly have.

Plus, I’ve been single most of my life, so I’m used to having the whole bed to myself. Even when I’m dating someone, it takes getting used to having a man wrapped around me instead of my seven hundred pillows. Last year I was living in Spain and my then-boyfriend was here in France. We only saw each other once a month, so we never quite got used to sleeping in bed together consistently. Every time we visited each other, the first night was awful for both of us. The second was better, and by the third or fourth we slept all lovey dovey like they do in movies. But since those trips were usually only a couple days long, they absolutely exhausted me.

I loved that guy and every moment we had together, so it was worth the sacrifice of sleep. But for a one-night stand? Nah. I’m over it.

Most of us learn sex advice from various relationships, from other people’s relationships, and from snatches of porn or movies. It’s like easter eggs in Stranger Things—you start to put them all together to form your theory about how to approach love and life. I learned one gem from my friend Anne, when we went away together on vacation. After she came back from what I assumed was a hot sexy night with a local, she shrugged and said, “Nah. We didn’t hook up. We talked all night instead. He wouldn’t go down on me, so I refused to let him take my clothes off. Those are the conditions,” she said, winking.

Ariana Grande and Piers Morgan Are Done Feuding—and There Are Pics to Prove It

UPDATED (February 20, 2019): At the height of her “thank u, next” era last November, Ariana Grande famously called out Piers Morgan for criticizing feminism and picking fights with Ellen Degeneres, Little Mix, and her mother, Joan Grande, on Twitter. She clapped back at his remarks about how women display their bodies—which he called “hypocritical”—with a powerful statement: “women can be sexual AND talented. naked and dignified. it’s OUR choice.” Now, it looks like that feud is over, all thanks to some “productive conversation”…and a selfie.

On Tuesday evening, Grande and Morgan happened to be dining at the same restaurant in Los Angeles. Morgan tweeted that they “bumped into” one another, which turned into a long discussion ending their online feud. According to his tweet, they apparently spoke for two hours.

“We laughed, we argued, she cried, I nearly did, the drinks flowed & we bonded,” Morgan captioned a selfie of the two at dinner. “Turns out we really like each other. Weird.”

Grande responded with a tweet of her own. “thank u for some laughs and some v productive conversation ! it was nice bumping into u !”

That isn’t to say that Grande and Piers are seeing eye-to-eye on everything now. In fact, Grande’s response to Morgan’s tweets implies that he hasn’t yet converted to feminism….but she’s working on it.

Look out, #FutureFeministPiers may be trending soon.

ORIGINAL POST: This Thanksgiving I’m extremely grateful for Ariana Grande. First she teased the upcoming music video for her instantly iconic breakup song, “Thank U, Next” which will include homages to a quartet of equally iconic movies: Legally Blonde, 13 Going On 30, Mean Girls, and Bring It On. Now she’s taking down British television host and frequent troll Piers Morgan in such a brilliant way that I stood up and gave her a slow clap from my living room.

Here’s the gist of how it all started: Earlier this week Morgan tweeted about Ellen Degeneres’ admiring photos of men and tried to call it out as “hypocrisy” in feminism. “Ellen drooling today over famous men’s bodies on #InternationalMensDay2018,” he wrote. “Yet I’ve been abused all day for complimenting @hollywills on her legs. The hypocrisy of modern feminism laid bare.”

Then he came for Little Mix:

Guess who didn’t like what he had to say? Joan Grande, Ariana’s mom. “Honestly what is wrong with you @piersmorgan ? Didn’t your mother ever teach you, if you have nothing nice to say, don’t say it,” she tweeted. “You came for @TheEllenShow yesterday which was disgraceful, she is an angel. @LittleMix today, did you ever hear of paying homage? And…well never mind.”

Morgan, of course, had some thoughts on that:

Enter one of social media’s most revered queens: Ariana Grande, who was ready to defend Ellen, Little Mix, and a woman’s right to do as she chooses with her own body. “Ellen is an incredible & kind human being.. I use my talent AND my sexuality all the time because i choose to,” she wrote. “women can be sexual AND talented. naked and dignified. it’s OUR choice. & we will keep fighting til people understand. i say this w all due respect but thank u, next.”

But was she finished? Oh no, she was not. She told Little Mix to “keep fighting the fight divas” and then came back for Morgan:

Next, she turned the tables on him with a semi-naked photo he’d posted.

Morgan is continuing to tweet at Grande, hoping perhaps that she’ll appear on his show.

But Grande’s already made her point and moved on. Or as she puts it, “Next.”

22 Best Women’s Pajamas 2019

It’s still winter. Politics sucks, the weather sucks, and we’re all sick of being inside. Our Winteritis stories are for women who can’t read another think piece, who’ve pushed the outer limits of time it’s possible to spend on social media, and who just want to shop online and hibernate until spring is here.

It’s that fun time of the year when leaving your warm bed each morning is painful and fighting the polar vortex with layers of Uniqlo heattech and puffer jackets has become mundane. If you’re anything like us, you’re over it. Fortunately, there’s a new trend that’s perfect for times like these, when you have just enough energy to do the bare minimum: loungewear, which is really just a fancy word for pajamas you can wear outside.

Yes, you read that right: Pajamas can—and should—be worn outside of the bedroom. It’s not something to be embarrassed about, or save for “laundry day.” Wearing them does not tell the world that you’ve slept in, aren’t trying hard enough, or are outright lazy. (Although, it’d be fine if it did.) And as we wait for winter to finally end and spring to begin, what’s easier than rolling out of bed and spending the rest of your day in a pair of pajamas?

When you really think about it, pajamas aren’t so different from the oversized suiting trend that’s everywhere right now. To us, a matching top and bottom pajama set is basically a more comfortable suit. Even better, you can sleep in it. But if we had to pinpoint a moment when loungewear as everyday wear really took off, it’d be when Rihanna wore a feather-trimmed Prada pajama top as a dress to her after party for the Met Gala in 2017. Sure, Rihanna can pull off literally anything—but it’s all about channeling her DGAF energy, right?

With so many loungewear brands launching in the past few years, you don’t even need to splurge on Prada to do so. There’s Ukranian brand Sleeper, which creates embellished feather pants they consider “the perfect outfit for dancing with a glass of champagne.” Lunya and Liana both focus on any-time-of-day sleepwear that puts comfort first. The Sleep Shirt, as their name suggests, started because they created, well, the perfect sleep shirt.

So you could agonize over what to wear when you’re completely over winter, or you could shop 22 of the best loungewear pieces below. We know what Rihanna would do.

Tara Gonzalez is the associate commerce editor at Glamour, follow her at @tarigonzalez on Instagram.

21 Best Women’s Pajamas 2019

It’s still winter. Politics sucks, the weather sucks, and we’re all sick of being inside. Our Winteritis stories are for women who can’t read another think piece, who’ve pushed the outer limits of time it’s possible to spend on social media, and who just want to shop online and hibernate until spring is here.

It’s that fun time of the year when leaving your warm bed each morning is painful and fighting the polar vortex with layers of Uniqlo Heattech and puffer jackets has become mundane. If you’re anything like us, you’re over it. Fortunately, there’s a new trend that’s perfect for times like this, when you have just enough energy to do the bare minimum: loungewear, which is really just a fancy word for pajamas you can wear outside.

Yes, you read that right: Pajamas can—and should—be worn outside the bedroom. It’s not something to be embarrassed about or to save for laundry day. Wearing them does not tell the world that you’ve slept in, aren’t trying hard enough, or are outright lazy. (Although, it’d be fine if it did.) And as we wait for winter to finally end and spring to begin, what’s easier than rolling out of bed and spending the rest of your day in a pair of pajamas?

When you really think about it, pajamas aren’t so different from the oversize-suiting trend that’s everywhere right now. To us, a matching-top-and-bottom pajama set is basically a more comfortable suit. Even better, you can sleep in it. But if we had to pinpoint a moment when loungewear as everyday wear really took off, it’d be when Rihanna wore a feather-trimmed Prada pajama top as a dress to her after-party for the Met Gala in 2017. Sure, Rihanna can pull off literally anything—but it’s all about channeling her DGAF energy, right?

With so many loungewear brands launching in the past few years, you don’t even need to splurge on Prada to do so. There’s Ukrainian brand Sleeper, which creates embellished feather pants they consider “the perfect outfit for dancing with a glass of champagne.” Lunya and Liana both focus on any-time-of-day sleepwear that puts comfort first. The Sleep Shirt, as its name suggests, started because it created, well, the perfect sleep shirt.

So you could agonize over what to wear when you’re completely over winter, or you could shop 21 of the best lounge wear pieces below. We know what Rihanna would do.

Tara Gonzalez is the associate commerce editor at Glamour; follow her at @tarigonzalez on Instagram.

Fashion Week Fall 2019: 4 Street-Style Trends You Can Shop for Under $100

Thinking of all the outfit ideas you can copy from Fashion Week street style is fun. Looking at the price tags for some of the “It” bags and Instagram-bait coats that appear in some of these pictures, not so much. So, you’re caught between your budget and a hard place. The question becomes: How do you cultivate an of-the-moment wardrobe without breaking the bank?

The affordable stores you’re already shopping have you covered: Statement hair accessories, daytime sequins, and other trends taking over street style are well represented among the new arrivals at H&M, & Other Stories, and other retailers. There’s no fear of missing out on the best of Fashion Week when you can get the (very similar) look for less. Allow us to guide you through some of these new trends and show you how to shop them for $100 or less.

Leaving Netflix in March 2019: Say Goodbye to *Beauty and the Beast*

Devastating news, people: Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast is leaving Netflix next month. Yup: The beloved movie, starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens, will no longer be our guest, so start streaming it now. You have until March 18.

And that’s not the only amazing movie leaving your queues come March. Bruce Almighty , The Breakfast Club , Ghostbusters, and Ghostbusters 2 are all dipping out of Netflix starting March 1. Drop Dead Diva, which first aired on Lifetime in 2009, is also exiting Netflix mid-March. It’s a hilarious, body-positive TV series you should absolutely check out before it goes away.

Check out all the movies and TV shows leaving Netflix starting next month:

Bruce Almighty
Fair Game
Ghostbusters
Ghostbusters 2
Hostage
Pearl Harbor
The Breakfast Club
The Cider House Rules
The Gift
The Little Rascals
United 93

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Eighteenth Year

Drop Dead Diva, Seasons 1-6

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End

Newsies: The Broadway Musical

Click

Baby Mama
Charlie St. Cloud
Role Models

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

Party of Five, Seasons 1-6

The Real Ghostbusters, Seasons 1-5

Don’t worry, though: There are so many great movies and TV shows coming to Netflix in March 2019, like The Notebook and the latest season of Queer Eye. “Before the season started, I actually had a conversation with myself where I was like, don’t cry as much as you did in the first season, and like, try to make things that are a little more complicated,” Fab 5 member Antoni Porowski said to E! News about what’s to come in season three. “But what I ended up telling myself was, like, Just continue to be vulnerable, let it happen when it happens organically, just be yourself because that’s why you’re here…. So I cry a lot.” We can’t wait.

Coming to Netflix in March 2019: *The Notebook* and *Queer Eye* Season 3 Will Be in Your Queues Soon

Go ahead and cancel all your plans for March, because The Notebook is coming to Netflix. Yup, you read that correctly: Starting March 1, you’ll have unlimited access to the Ryan Gosling-Rachel McAdams’ love story that became an entire generation’s #RelationshipGoals. Come on, don’t act like you can’t quote Gosling’s iconic “I want you” monologue. Even I can, and I’m not particularly in love with the movie. (Don’t hate me!)

But The Notebook isn’t the only thing hitting your Netflix queues next month. Below, check out all the movies and TV shows coming in March.

On My Block, Season 2 (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)

A Clockwork Orange
Apollo 13
Budapest (NETFLIX FILM)
Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Disney’s Saving Mr. Banks
Emma
Junebug
Larva Island, Season 2 (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Losers (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Music and Lyrics
Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist
Northern Rescue (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
River’s Edge (NETFLIX FILM)
Stuart Little
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (NETFLIX FILM)
The Hurt Locker
The Notebook
Tyson
Wet Hot American Summer
Winter’s Bone
Your Son (NETFLIX FILM)

Romance is a Bonus Book (Streaming Every Saturday) (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)

Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj, Volume 2 (Streaming Every Sunday) (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)

Disney’s Christopher Robin

Secret City: Under the Eagle, Season 2 (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)

Doubt
The Order (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)

After Life (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Bangkok Love Stories: Hey You! (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Bangkok Love Stories: Innocence (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Blue Jasmine
Formula 1: Drive to Survive (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Hunter X Hunter, Seasons 1-3
Immortals (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Juanita (NETFLIX FILM)
Lady J (NETFLIX FILM)
Shadow (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams
The Jane Austen Book Club
Walk. Ride. Rodeo (NETFLIX FILM)

Jimmy Carr: The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Terrace House: Opening New Doors, Part 6 (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)

Triple Frontier (NETFLIX FILM)

A Separation
Arrested Development, Season 5B (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Burn Out (NETFLIX FILM)
Dry Martina (NETFLIX FILM)
Girl (NETFLIX FILM)
If I Hadn’t Met You (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Kung Fu Hustle
Las muñecas de la mafia, Season 2 (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Love, Death, & Robots (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Paskal (NETFLIX FILM)
Queer Eye, Season 3 (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Robozuna, Season 2 (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
The Lives of Others
Turn Up Charlie (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
YooHoo to the Rescue (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)

Green Door (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)

Amy Schumer Growing (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)

Antoine Griezmann (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)

Carlo & Malik (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Charlie’s Colorforms City (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Delhi Crime (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Historia de un crimen: Colosio (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Mirage (NETFLIX FILM)
Most Beautiful Thing (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
ReMastered: The Miami Showband Massacre (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Selling Sunset (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
The Dirt (NETFLIX FILM)

Nate Bargatze: The Tennessee Kid (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)

Ainori Love Wagon: Asian Journey, Season 2 (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)

15 August (NETFLIX FILM)
Bayoneta (NETFLIX FILM)
Osmosis (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Santa Clarita Diet, Season 3 (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
The Highwaymen (NETFLIX FILM)
The Legend of Cocaine Island (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Traitors (NETFLIX ORIGINAL)
Tucker and Dale vs. Evil

‘Boxing Changed My Relationship With My Body—and My Eating Disorder’

Trigger warning: The following contains language describing eating-disorder behaviors.

The first time I punched a bag, I felt the full weight of my body charge forward to deliver the blow. The flood of endorphins was intoxicating. I was powerful. For years, therapists tried to tell me this—that a healthy body is better than a thin body—to no avail. But after one boxing class, I considered putting on weight. If my arms were bigger, I realized, I could punch more powerfully.

For many years, I had an unhealthy relationship with exercise. It was like food restriction—both a source of paralyzing anxiety and a cure for all the things I thought were wrong with my body. In middle school, when other kids made plans to meet at the diner, I made plans with Jane Fonda, scissor kicking along with the one workout video my parents owned. I wore out that VHS tape, oblivious to Fonda’s own history with bulimia. I later learned that my workout habits from that time are so common among people with anorexia they’re cliché; between 40 and 80 percent of people in treatment for anorexia nervosa are prone to over-exercising, according to the National Eating Disorders Association.

Done the right way, exercise is of course healthy—but that doesn’t mean all forms of exercise are healthy in all cases. When I eventually became a gym person, I didn’t join to get healthy. I was there to lose. I remember reading about the term “skinny fat”—a label slapped on bodies that appear thin but soft. Through the lens of my anorexia, this new term was a reminder that the goalpost always moves. Skinny wasn’t good enough, there was another thing I would have to be in order to finally be happy with my body—not just thin, but strong, too.

I started with a barre class in the hopes of swapping the soft, doughy lines of my body for “long” and “lean” muscle—both adjectives that felt non-threatening to someone terrified of seeing her flesh expand. Lithe ballerina imagery aside, barre requires endurance and strength, and makes your body ache in areas you never knew could. Within 10 minutes, my arms died a million deaths, struggling under the weight of the two-pound dumbbells. I distracted myself from the pain by scanning the huge mirror: There were so many naked arms—40 of them—and they weren’t collapsing like mine. It dawned on me, I had nearly killed myself to be thin, but I didn’t have what these women had: strength. Here, the lissome physique I’d pursued for years was a liability. The muscle fatigue made me feel like a warrior, but comparing my shape to others alerted me to the fact that I still had work to do in therapy—and that barre may not be the class for me.

When you’re in recovery from an eating disorder, finding the right type of exercise can be a murky process. “Some aerobic activity, like long distance running, is more dangerous for those with eating disorders,” says Ovidio Bermudez, M.D., chief clinical officer at the Eating Recovery Center in Denver. “Anything repetitive or rhythmic that has a ‘metronome’ effect can be triggering.” What Dr. Bermudez calls “judge sports”—like gymnastics or ballet, which judge the body as much as the performance—can also be difficult.

I found boxing by accident. When my usual barre class was full, I strapped on the bulging, sweaty gloves and expected to feel ugly. But I didn’t; boxing isn’t about image or assessing your appearance, it’s just about landing punch after punch with more power than the one before. I love that there’s a bag between me and the mirror. I love the quickness: the way my body moves first, thinks later. I love that boxing is about what my body can do, not how it looks. I love the release that washes over me after I punch the bag like it’s my greatest fear. I love that boxing is a way for me to beat back the bad thoughts about my body.

Outfit Ideas: How to Wear Cowboy Boots

Cowboy boots are one of those shoes that are always around, but don’t always feel chic—not unlike ballet flats, or Birkenstocks. The tide started turning, though, when Raf Simons sent them down the Calvin Klein runway for Fall 2017: Within the year, cowboy boots started popping up in collections by Isabel Marant (white, tan, and black leather styles with metal-toe caps), Fendi (with all-over logos), and fast-fashion brands like Zara and Topshop. Fast-forward to present day, and they’re at the very top of every fashion person’s shopping list. No matter where you look—runway, retail, street style—you’ll see a pair of cowboy boots, whether it’s an authentic, boot-scootin’ style or a sleeker, “inspired-by” type of design.

After a while, I’d come across enough cowboy boots that I decided it was time for me to come around to the trend (or, at the very least, give it a try.) It typically takes a few seasons for a trend to truly take off—it takes roughly the same amount of time for me to become convinced of its staying power. I’m in a committed relationship with my simple ankle boots, so the taller, more ornate cowboy styles felt like quite a departure from my style. But I was hitting that point of the season where I was feeling fatigued with my shoe selection, so I figured this fashion experiment would help get rid of this funk. Maybe I’d even come out of it with new outfit ideas for spring.

For a while, I admired the trend from afar, mostly in street style, and kept seeing a handful of styling tricks over and over again: cowboy boots worn with corporate suiting; cowboy boots with sweet flowy dresses; cowboy boots tucked underneath straight-leg jeans. But there’s a difference between dressing for Fashion Week and dressing for real life. I needed to find a way to wear these shoes that didn’t feel like I was dressing up as someone else—as someone who wears cowboy boots regularly, even.

So, I tried wearing cowboy boots for six days, wearing them in ways that felt in line with my personal aesthetic but still challenged me. The result? Well, you’ll have to scroll on to find out. Check out six ways to style cowboy boots (with affordable options!), ahead.

Laura Lajiness is a writer and editor based in New York. Follow her on Instagram: @lauralajiness.