Zoë Kravitz Hits Back at Hater Who Critiqued Her ‘Practically Naked’ Met Gala Dress

Zoë Kravitz is not looking for styling advice from Instagram critics.

As you probably saw, Kravitz wore a stunning Saint Laurent dress made up of crystals to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala on September 13. The Batman star posted photos of the major Met gala moment to Instagram later in the week because why wouldn’t she? She looked amazing.

Unfortunately, when you reach a certain following on social media, the comments section can often be filled with unsolicited criticism and advice. “I don’t understand why they go practically naked,” one person commented, per a screenshot by the account Comments by Celebs. “She’s gorgeous. Why does she feel the need to wear a dress like this?”

Kravitz wasn’t phased. “Being uncomfortable with the human body is colonization/brainwashing,” the actor replied. “It’s just a body. We all got em.”

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Zoë Kravitz doesn’t exactly have time to worry about haters on the internet. Aside from her various projects like The Batman and her directorial debut, Pussy Island, Kravitz has reportedly been in the throes of a romance with actor Channing Tatum

The rumors began picking up steam in August after the pair were repeatedly spotted together. This comes after Tatum took on the starring role in her upcoming film. “Chan was my first choice, the one I thought of when I wrote this character,” Kravitz told Deadline in June. “I just knew from Magic Mike and his live shows, I got the sense he’s a true feminist and I wanted to collaborate with someone who was clearly interested in exploring this subject matter.”

New reports from the Met gala after-party only added fuel to the fire. After leaving the Met gala together, the pair reportedly headed straight to the Cincoro Tequila party hosted by Alicia Keys. According to an insider speaking to People, they “did not take their hands off of each other.” 


The Best Nail Polish Colors to Get You in a Wintery Mood

One annual tip-off that winter is ~officially~ here? Swapping the bright shades we’ve had in rotation for winter nail polish colors that feel more in line with sweater weather. We’re talking nail colors that look good peeking out of an oversized knit or under a sparkly clutch—or, let’s be real, with the beloved sweats we still can’t quit. Think of them as the mani equivalent of the first play of Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You”; the joy they bring is impossible to resist even if they’re hidden under gloves when you’re actually out and about.

With that time of year upon us, we enlisted our editors to share the shades they can’t wait to wear this season. While you’ll find the usual wintry mix of holiday red, glitters, and dark berries perfect for winter nail designs, there are also some more unexpected shades in the bunch—including the shade one editor chose for her recent engagement manicure. Read on for the best winter nail colors we’ll be reaching for all season. 

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Grey’s Anatomy Producer Says Patrick Dempsey’s ‘Terrorizing’ Behavior on Set Caused ‘PTSD’

Patrick Dempsey may have returned to Grey’s Anatomy for season 17 of the hit medical drama, but not everyone is ready to let go of the past.

On September 16, The Hollywood Reporter released an excerpt of Lynette Rice’s oral history of the show’s most dramatic moments behind the scenes. Specifically, this chapter of How to Save a Life: The Inside Story of Grey’s Anatomy is devoted to the “HR problems” that reportedly led to Dempsey’s exit from the series—and Dr. Derek Shepherd’s devastating death. Rice spoke with co-stars and exec producers that were present at the time and, reader, things are about to get messy.

According to the excerpt, executive producer James D. Parriott was specifically brought back on board to oversee Dempsey’s final days on set. “Shonda needed an OG to come in as sort of showrunner for 14 episodes. There were HR issues. It wasn’t sexual in any way. He sort of was terrorizing the set. Some cast members had all sorts of PTSD with him,” Parriott said. “He had this hold on the set where he knew he could stop production and scare people. The network and studio came down and we had sessions with them. I think he was just done with the show. He didn’t like the inconvenience of coming in every day and working. He and Shonda were at each other’s throats.”

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Producer Jeannine Renshaw spoke specifically about the tension between Dempsey and his costar, Ellen Pompeo. “There were times where Ellen was frustrated with Patrick and she would get angry that he wasn’t working as much,” Renshaw told Rice. “She was very big on having things be fair. She just didn’t like that Patrick would complain that ‘I’m here too late’ or ‘I’ve been here too long’ when she had twice as many scenes in the episode as he did. When I brought it up to Patrick, I would say, ‘Look around you. These people have been here since 6:30 a.m.’ He would go, ‘Oh, yeah.’”

Renshaw added, “He’s like a kid. He’s so high energy and would go, ‘What’s happening next?’ He literally goes out of his skin, sitting and waiting. He wants to be out driving his race car or doing something fun. He’s the kid in class who wants to go to recess.”

Ultimately, though Renshaw says the “final straw” for creator Shonda Rhimes was witnessing Dempsey’s complaints on set. “Shonda had to say to the network, ‘If he doesn’t go, I go,’” Renshaw recalled. “Nobody wanted him to leave, because he was the show. Him and Ellen. Patrick is a sweetheart. It messes you up, this business.”

One longtime crew member who chose to remain anonymous told Rice that Dempsey was a “Lone Ranger” amongst “rogue actresses” (what does that even mean?). Read what he had to say in full and please, mind the misogyny:

According to Rice’s retelling of Patrick Dempsey’s final day on the set of Grey’s Anatomy, there was no loving sendoff. “Dempsey completed his final hours of shooting on a rainy night. There was no goodbye party, no goodbye cake,” she writes. 

As Dempsey tells her, “I very quietly left. It was beautiful. It was raining, which was really touching. I got in my Panamera, got in rush-hour traffic, and two hours later I was home.”

Read the entire excerpt from How to Save a Life: The Inside Story of Grey’s Anatomy here. 


Logan Roy Goes ‘Full F*cking Beast’ In New Succession Trailer

After a season-two cliff-hanger that left our jaws on the floor, the pandemic halted production on everyone’s favorite HBO dramedy, Succession. But now it’s back and juicier than ever. In a just-released teaser for the third season, we see Kendall getting ready to go to war with his dad. It looks like his sister, Shiv, is caught in the crosshairs, with Tom, Roman, and, off to the sides, Connor, each trying to figure out what side they’re on.

The most hilarious part of the teaser comes at the end, when Brian Cox as Logan Roy snarls into his cell phone that he’s going to grind Kendall’s bones to make his bread, a message that is relayed by an aide to Kendall, who scrambles and tries to keep up with the Jack and the Giants metaphor. “Okay! Tell him I’m gonna…run up off the…fucking beanstalk.” 

“He’s kind of laughing, but not, like, nice laughing,” the aide says. 

Watch the tantalizing clip here:

What we don’t see in this trailer? Any mention of the coronavirus. As TV shows pick up filming once again, only some are choosing to incorporate the events of 2020 into their narratives. Superstore and Grey’s Anatomy both embraced the pandemic as a story opportunity, but it looks like some shows are choosing to gloss over it. 

Here’s everything we do know about Succession season three:

When does season three premiere? October 17 at 9 p.m. ET! HBO announced the news with three different posters that pit different members of the Roy family on Team Logan and Team Kendall. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? The only consistent player is Cousin Greg, who remains firmly on Team Kendall, but how long will that last?

How many episodes? Get ready for nine more nail-biting hours with the Roys.

What is the premise of season three? “Ambushed by his rebellious son Kendall at the end of season two, Logan Roy begins season three in a perilous position, scrambling to secure familial, political, and financial alliances,” an HBO press release reads. “Tensions rise as a bitter corporate battle threatens to turn into a family civil war.”

You can see this civil war start to play out in the first full trailer, which was released on September 17. Get ready, because Logan Roy is ready to go “full fucking beast.”

We can’t wait. 

This post will be updated.


Logan Roy Goes ‘Full F-cking Beast’ in New Succession Trailer

After a season-two cliff-hanger that left our jaws on the floor, the pandemic halted production on everyone’s favorite HBO dramedy, Succession. But now it’s back and juicier than ever. In a just-released teaser for the third season, we see Kendall getting ready to go to war with his dad. It looks like his sister, Shiv, is caught in the crosshairs, with Tom, Roman, and, off to the sides, Connor, each trying to figure out what side they’re on.

The most hilarious part of the teaser comes at the end, when Brian Cox as Logan Roy snarls into his cell phone that he’s going to grind Kendall’s bones to make his bread, a message that is relayed by an aide to Kendall, who scrambles and tries to keep up with the Jack and the Giants metaphor. “Okay! Tell him I’m gonna…run up off the…fucking beanstalk.” 

“He’s kind of laughing, but not, like, nice laughing,” the aide says. 

Watch the tantalizing clip here:

What we don’t see in this trailer? Any mention of the coronavirus. As TV shows pick up filming once again, only some are choosing to incorporate the events of 2020 into their narratives. Superstore and Grey’s Anatomy both embraced the pandemic as a story opportunity, but it looks like some shows are choosing to gloss over it. 

Here’s everything we do know about Succession season three:

When does season three premiere? October 17 at 9 p.m. ET! HBO announced the news with three different posters that pit different members of the Roy family on Team Logan and Team Kendall. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? The only consistent player is Cousin Greg, who remains firmly on Team Kendall, but how long will that last?

How many episodes? Get ready for nine more nail-biting hours with the Roys.

What is the premise of season three? “Ambushed by his rebellious son Kendall at the end of season two, Logan Roy begins season three in a perilous position, scrambling to secure familial, political, and financial alliances,” an HBO press release reads. “Tensions rise as a bitter corporate battle threatens to turn into a family civil war.”

You can see this civil war start to play out in the first full trailer, which was released on September 17. Get ready, because Logan Roy is ready to go “full fucking beast.”

We can’t wait. 

This post will be updated.


Khloé Kardashian Just Debuted Frosted Sugar Blonde Hair

Khloé Kardashian is bringing back her blonde locks with a bright new look. Her hair is now a frosted sugar blonde color—it frames her beautifully and brings light to her face. 

Kardashian posted the new hairdo on Instagram September 16, captioning the post “Blonde KoKo is back” and posing in clothes from her sister Kim’s line, Skims. Her chosen ‘fit for the hair debut was a light grey tank, great sweatpants, and white sneakers—an uber-casual look that lets her new hair be the star. 

Her sisters may have taken a walk on the blonde side before, but Kardashian’s taking the trend to a whole new level with a brighter, frosted look. 

Karissa Shaudt, a colorist at Maxine Salon, described sugar blonde (sans frost) as a perfect transition shade from summer to fall. She also gave instructions for you to take to your stylist to get the look.

“Keep the face-framing fresh and bright while adding fine lowlights throughout the nape,” says Shaudt. “These lowlights will add dimension back into the hair from hair that’s been overexposed from summer sun. This shade works great on natural blondes. Be sure to use a blue shampoo to keep this bright blonde maintained.”

We remember Khloé Kardashian’s early 2010s brunette hair, but she’s been playing with different blonde styles for a while now. In recent years, she’s tried out a short blonde bob. She’s also rocked a white-blond wavy style that looked straight out of Game of Thrones

If you’re considering joining Kardashian on the blonde hair train, there’s plenty of fun options for this fall, including Cinderella blonde. This dye job is less shocking and more user-friendly than the other icy blondes we’ve been seeing. For something softer than Kardashian’s white-hot look, consider this platinum blonde trend that adds a subtle, yet uplifting color to your hair. 

These Natural Lubes Will Help You Stay Clean While Getting Dirty

Personal lubricants are used on—and in—the most intimate parts of your body, so it makes sense that you’d want to explore the best natural lubes available. Especially if you’re taking cue from your beauty routine, which may have become “cleaner” with brands being increasingly transparent about their ingredient list. While the type of lube you choose is based on personal preference, being as body-safe as possible is priority number 1 when testing out new intimate products and sex toys

What is natural lube, exactly?

Natural lube is considered to be lube that’s free from harsh chemicals and is made from natural ingredients, such as nut oils and aloe leaf juice. 

The neat thing about natural lube is that you can technically use ingredients you might already have in your kitchen (although it’s best to start with a new bottle if you plan on using it as a personal lubricant). You can get any kind of plant-based oil (such as coconut, vitamin E, and olive oil) online or at specialty stores, where you can find high-quality, organic stuff. “Just be sure you’re buying oil-based plant oils that are 100 percent organic and 100 percent pure,” Gigi Engle, Certified Sex Coach, Sex Educator, and Womanizer Sex Expert, tells Glamour.

Know what your body likes—or doesn’t like. 

All bodies are different, so if you know you have specific sensitivities, do some research before actually using natural lubricants. For instance, many people may swear by coconut oil, but it has the potential to throw off your vagina’s pH levels. Engle says, “If you’re prone to yeast infections, be cautious of coconut oil. It has antibacterial properties, so it can throw off pH. This is pretty unlikely, but is still something to take into consideration, as it has been reported.”

Another downside to oil-based natural lube is that they’re not compatible with latex-based condoms, as Engle warns: “They break down condoms and cause them to fail.” However, several natural lubes that are friendly with condoms do exist on the market, which we’ll get to in a second. 

What to watch for when trying out natural lubes.

Engle tells Glamour that there are some ingredients you should steer clear of, like parabens, preservatives, and added fragrances. You likely won’t find these in natural lubes, but read the ingredient list closely: “The vagina and vulva area is one of the most absorbent in the human body. You don’t want to be putting anything unsafe on or in it,” she says.

Here are some of the best natural lubes you can purchase online.

Reese Witherspoon Reveals Why She’s Not Wearing a Wig This Season on The Morning Show

Glamour: Bradley has a new look this season. What was behind the decision to dye her hair blonde, which I’m guessing is now your natural hair?

Reese Witherspoon: Yeah, it’s my hair. We talked about it with Kerry Ehrin, our writer, and Mimi Leder, our director, about how when Bradley gets the top anchor job, she’s just doing anything she can to make people happy at the network. So she dyes her hair, she’s doing TikTok dances, she’s hosting celebrity events for them. She’s just trying to get along, and it’s so not her personality. It’s actually kind of funny. 

Did you like giving up the wig?

You know, to be honest…it was a complication that, during the pandemic, would have made my life very, very complicated because of how many people have to come and build [the wigs]. It’s a whole technical industry. We actually made a game day decision that was easier for everybody involved.

So basically COVID killed the wig.

That’s kind of true! [Laughs]

Viewers learn in the first episode that Alex (Jennifer Aniston) is writing a memoir. Is that something you’ve ever had a desire to do?

I don’t know. I mean, I love reading memoirs. I love Jane Fonda’s. I love Sally Field’s. I think it’s important to learn from other women in your industry—what they’ve been through, because we need to remember they broke through a lot of glass ceilings. But I don’t know if I would do that. I don’t know. I just haven’t been through all the chapters in my life yet, so I’m definitely not ready.

Based on your Glamour Women of the Year speech, as well as others you’ve given, I’m just saying I’d be first in line for that. 

Well, thank you. Good to know!

So after The Morning Show‘s explosive season one finale, what excited you about Bradley’s story going forward? 

When [head writer] Kerry Ehrin and I started talking about how she was re-conceiving season two due to the pandemic, we talked about Bradley exploring her sexuality. I’ve had several friends in their forties who felt suddenly free enough of their childhood or whatever constraints they had to really explore their sexuality. So that was a little conversation we had, and I thought Kerry really handled that beautifully. There’s great complexity around finding your identity when you’re 45 years old, so that was a lot of that conversation. Kerry also wanted to talk about Bradley’s relationship with her brother and his struggle with addiction. I thought that was so powerful; in fact, so much of the crew was coming up during those scenes and saying it really reminded them of a dynamic they have with their own siblings.

Taylor Swift Surprise-Dropped Her New Version of ‘Wildest Dreams’—And Fans Are Losing It

Swifties, rejoice! Your wildest dreams are coming true. 

Taylor Swift surprise-dropped “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version),” giving fans an unexpected trip back to the 1989 era. She released the single on Friday, September 17, the latest in her re-recordings of her older music. 

Of course, Twitter exploded, with #WildestDreamsTaylorsVersion already at #1 on Trending. 

Turns out, we have TikTok to thank for the surprise drop. On the app, Swifties and non-Swfities alike have been using the Slow Zoom feature set to the older version of “Wildest Dreams” and living their main character fantasy. Turns out Swift noticed, and she took to Twitter and her Instagram Story to spread the good news. 

Swift also joined in on the protagonist vibes, creating her own version of the Slow Zoom trend with the caption “You set a date in November with Red but then someone mentions 1989.” So she owns the Slow Zoom effect now. 

Plus, we now have instructions from the queen herself: Start using her version for the trend. 

Taylor Swift had already broken the internet when she joined TikTok back in August, and now the mixing of her eras is just too much. We still have the Taylor’s Version of her 2012 album Red to look forward to on November 19! Let us breathe!

ICYMI, Swift has been re-recording her pre-Lover repertoire after Scooter Braun bought the rights to her first six albums and sold them to an investment firm. 

“It’s a shame to know that I will now be unable to help grow the future of these past works and it pains me very deeply to remain separated from the music I spent over a decade creating, but this is a sacrifice I will have to make to keep Scooter Braun out of my life,” she wrote in an October letter after he sold her music. 

Ruby Matthews Is the Best Part of Sex Education Season 3

Yeah, I go the long way. You know why? Because you get to see all the little animals. It’s fun. I drive at night so I can drive round. You can either take two hours and a bit or you can take four hours. It was a good four hours. I just love driving. It’s my favorite activity in the world, which is why I love to do the driving scenes. Our director, Ben Taylor, quite likes my driving scenes. I always give it a little bit of action and try to make it look really good. 

That’s incredible, but do you ever stay over somewhere? I’d be exhausted being in the car that long. 

There are days where I’ll drive there and home the same day. You can’t wear me out with driving. I don’t get tired of it. I can drive all day. I could have been a driver.

You’re hilarious. When I was on the set of Sex Education in 2019, I asked them to drive me to Jean and Otis’s house because I needed to see it up close. It looks so magical overlooking the water, I almost didn’t think it was a real home.

It’s amazing. I did get to do some scenes there this season, which was really fun because I hadn’t been before. It’s beautiful. You almost can’t believe it’s real. You think someone must have drawn that, surely.

Who is the co-star that cracks you up the most?

I think it might be Ncuti Gatwa, who plays Eric. Yeah, definitely. He makes me laugh too much. 

Who is the co-star you can talk to about anything?

Ncuti and Chaneil Kular, who plays Anwar. It’s got to be a tie between Ncuti and Chaneil.

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This season, you work very closely with Asa Butterfield, who plays Otis. What was that like?

Oh, we had so much fun. We had a lot of scenes together. Some scenes I was really nervous for, and he made me feel so relaxed. He makes you feel really comfortable, so we just had loads of fun. We also sang a lot. I taught him every word from Cardi B’s songs. It was just fun and games with him. It was brilliant.

Do you have any rituals or superstations before scenes? 

Literally nothing, except I like to drink whatever I’m drinking, whether it’s lemonade or water. I just want to make sure I’m hydrated and that I’ve gone for a wee because otherwise I might need to stop, and I don’t want to make it any more stressful than it already is. But it’s always fine. Once you get started, your inhibitions float away. If you’re filming something a little bit sensitive, it’s a closed set, so that’s helpful.