Netflix Reveals New Images from Bridgerton Season 2

You are cordially invited to look at the very first images from Bridgerton season two.

Netflix just revealed the first photos from the upcoming second season of the hit sexy period drama, sans Regé-Jean Page, who departed the series after one season.

Bridgerton season two went into production in spring 2021 but had to halt production in July following a COVID-19 outbreak on set. Bridgerton resumed filming in August, and showrunner Chris Van Dusen confirmed that at least a few episodes were already in post-production, which is promising. However, there still isn’t a premiere date. Given that we’re already seeing first looks, it’s probably coming in late 2021 or early 2022. The first season of Bridgerton dropped on Netflix in December 2020, so maybe it will come around the same time, but at this point early 2022 is more likely.

Like the books the series is based on, Bridgerton will focus on a different Birdgerton sibling each season. Season two will turn its attention to Anthony Bridgerton and his quest for love. 

“We’re very much passing on the baton to the lovely [Jonathan Bailey], who plays Anthony, and that will be the main storyline of season two and the story arc of season two,” said Phoebe Dynevor, who plays Daphne Bridgerton, per Us Weekly

While Dynevor will remain on the series unlike her costar Page, her role will be reduced from season one. “The show centers around the Bridgertons, and there are eight books,” she said. “And I think maybe the fans of the books were more aware of that happening than the fans of the show.”

Simone Ashley from Netflix’s Sex Education will play Kate, a love interest for Anthony.

Check out the latest from Lady Whistledown’s world, below: 

Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton, Simone Ashley as Kate Sharma in episode 201 of Bridgerton

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Ruth Gemmell as Lady Violet Bridgerton, Claudia Jessie as Eloise Bridgerton, Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton, and Luke Thomspon as Benedict Bridgerton in episode 201 of Bridgerton

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Simone Ashley as Kate Sharma, Adjoa Andoh as Lady Danbury, Shelley Conn as Mary Sharma, Charithra Chandran as Edwina Sharma in episode 201 of Bridgerton.

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These Cute Beanies and Winter Hats Will Make You Love the Cold

Of all the cold-weather accessories you could possibly invest in this fall, the best beanies and winter hats are non-negotiables. They come in a million colors, knits, and fits—and can effortlessly pull together an outfit while also keeping your ears and head warm when it’s bone-chillingly cold outside.  

In addition to fulfilling our need for maximum coziness, the great thing about beanies and winter hats is that you can find *so* many cute styles on the cheap—we’re talking $20 and under—meaning you can easily justify buying more than just one. Ribbed knits and wool blends tend to cost less than cashmere styles, but if you plan on being outside quite a bit this winter, more luxurious fabrics like merino wool and, yes, cashmere are definitely worth your coin. (Also, let’s not forget that few accessories have the power to turn a bad hair day into a good one quite like a campy dad hat.)

So whether you want a slouchy beanie, a knit cap, or a hat with a faux-fur pom-pom so massive it can be spotted from a mile away, you’re guaranteed to find something worthy of pulling on. Ahead, shop 18 of the best beanies and winter hats this season.

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Cush Jumbo From The Good Fight Says Producers Didn’t Accommodate Her After Having a Baby

Cush Jumbo, who plays Lucca Quinn on the Paramount+ drama The Good Fight, said that producers did not accommodate her after the birth of her child.

In an interview with The Financial Times, Jumbo opened up about her struggle with producers to get fairer hours after giving birth. The Good Fight, which also stars Christine Baranski (Mamma Mia!) and Rose Leslie (Game of Thrones) is a spin-off of the CBS series The Good Wife, which Jumbo’s character also appeared on from 2015-2016. Jumbo played Quinn for the first four seasons of The Good Fight and appeared as a guest star in season five. 

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While filming the second season in 2018, Jumbo was pregnant. Jumbo told Financial Times that just two weeks before giving birth, she was filming scenes in high heels and that only four months after the birth of her child, she was due back on set. 

“I couldn’t get back in my costumes if I didn’t lose the weight, she said. “To lose the weight, I had to stop breastfeeding.” Because filming in New York often required 15-hour days, Jumbo said she barely saw her son awake. “I could go four or five days without seeing my four-month-old awake . . . It was really making me quite low,” she said.

To make more time for her son, Jumbo asked producers if she could shave her head and wear a wig, to save time in the morning that could be better spent with her baby. She had to arrive on set early to get her hair straightened and styled, and a wig could save an hour and a half.  But producers, Jumbo said, told her she couldn’t shave her head because her hair was too important to the character. 

“I was really pissed off that a show that was so female-led, [where] the story that we put out into the world was that we supported women, said no to me,” she said. 

Although her role as Lucca Quinn jump-started her television career, Jumbo never worried about getting fired for fighting back. “At that point. I. Didn’t. Care,” she said. “Ask any woman who has a six-month-old baby whether they start to care about the minutiae of stuff. When someone tells you you can’t see your baby, you will rip their throat out.”

When filming ended, Jumbo was “so enraged that I took a taxi home from the set to the barbers, and said, ‘Shave my head.’” A wig was made, and when Jumbo returned for the next season, she saw her son every morning.

Jumbo continued to play Lucca Quinn on The Good Fight for two more seasons in a main cast role, and appeared as a guest star in season five, which aired earlier this year.

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck Are Turning New York City Into Their Own Rom-Com

When Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck show PDA around the globe, it is somehow not annoying. 

Since they’ve rekindled their passionate romance two decades in the making, we’ve seen Lopez and Affleck in Miami, Los Angeles,  St. Tropez, and Venice. Now, the basically-royal couple has been seen galavanting around New York City like they’re starring in an early 2000s romantic comedy together. 

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On September 25, Lopez performed some of her greatest hits at the Global Citizen Live Concert in Central Park, and  Affleck reportedly flew all the way from Los Angeles to NYC just to see her.

The couple took full advantage of their time in New York City together. Bennifer 2.0 was photographed around Manhattan on a beautiful fall day September 26 doing annoying couple stuff like holding hands, kissing, laughing, and hugging, except it’s not making us roll our eyes. What is happening?

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Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez were last seen in public a few weeks ago at the 2021 Met gala. Affleck did not walk the carpet with her. Instead, he let her have her own moment in her cowboy-chic Ralph Lauren look. Once inside, they kissed through their masks for the cameras, because they know how to give the people what they want. In a recent interview, Affleck gushed about Lopez for the first time since their relationship went public.

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“I am in awe of what Jennifer’s effect on the world is. At most, as an artist, I can make movies that move people. Jennifer has inspired a massive group of people to feel they have a seat at the table in this country. That is an effect few people throughout history have had, one I will never know and one I can only stand by and admire with respect,” he told AdWeek.

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These photos might as well be from their next movie together, which obviously has to be a romantic comedy. For their day out and about in Manhattan, Lopez wore an extremely main character energy outfit: a plaid teal wool coat with an almost-matching plaid maxi wrap dress and aviators. Affleck, the best boyfriend ever, stuck to a dark grey and blue monochromatic look, because how dare he outshine the main character in their imaginary romantic comedy. 

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How Much Work Are You Really Supposed To Do at Work?

If you work an office job, your life is likely run by eight-hour intervals set by a corporation: 9 to 5, 8 to 4, 10 to 6. Working from home, those hours tend to expand—scrolling emails at seven, sitting at a monitor for in between snippets of childcare and chores, more emails before bed. These hours dictate our sleep schedules. They determine when we have free time and how often we see our families. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are slotted around time spent at work.  

But, while it’s true you’re at work during those eight hour figures, you probably aren’t sitting at your computer doing work the entire time. You might grab a coffee with coworkers, or take a personal phone call. And probably, you spend at least some of the time doing nothing but checking TikTok or browsing Zara. 

That’s not only reasonable, it’s innate. As humans, concentrating on work for every minute of an eight hour day is “impossible,” says Malissa Clark, a psychologist at the University of Georgia whose research focuses on employee wellbeing and workaholism. 

But how many hours should we actually work? What are other people doing?

In a 2016 UK survey, 1,989 full-time office workers reported working an average of 2 hours and 53 minutes per day. That’s just one survey. But there’s a lot of evidence that office work just isn’t as productive as we think. In 2006 Gloria Mark, a researcher at the University of California, Irvine, gathered data from phones and computers and found that the average time people spent working on a device at a time was two minutes and 11 seconds, shorter than some Tiktok videos. And in survey of 1,000 American office workers in 2018, 36% of millennial and Gen-Z employees estimated that they spend two hours a day distracted by their smartphones. 

No matter your intention, whether you’re working from a home office or next to your coworkers, it really is hard to work consistently at work. We’re being set up to fail, and to feel bad about it. There has to be a better way. 

Why do we work eight hours a day? 

If we know people can’t focus for that long, why insist that workers put in at least eight hours? “The length of the working day is not based on science, it’s based on struggle,” says Sarah Jaffe, author of Work Won’t Love You Back. Eight hours is not a figure that reflects how long a human can focus, or the amount needed to keep the economy running. It’s based, says Jaffe, “on the fact that factory workers used to work 14 hours, and then they struck and fought until they got it down to 10, and then they struck and fought until they got it down to eight.” 

In the 1800s, the eight hour day was radical. But why is it still being applied almost 200 years later? You know what’s changed—we have tools that allow almost every kind of production in almost every industry to be more efficient than it was. In the past, I would have spent hours in a library verifying the spelling of the last names in this article. Today, it took about 50 seconds.

The other problem with a 19th century work model is that it was designed for a time when most women were homemakers. “This 40 hour workweek was designed when we still had this breadwinner model in families where one person would be the worker and one person would stay home and take care of the family role,” says Clark. If you’ve ever struggled to work 40 hours a week and meal prep and clean and run errands and care for your child, this is why. 40 hours of work is a reasonable expectation for someone who has a full-time worker at home. 

How productive are we, even? 

Given new technology, maintaining long work weeks should lead to amazing productivity, right? Not necessarily. “There’s diminishing returns when you get to a certain total number of hours,” says Melissa Nightingale, co-author of the upcoming Unmanageable: Leadership Lessons from an Impossible Year. “The quality of work, the more hours you’re putting in—it sort of drops off a cliff.” 

All the Looks From the 2021 Tony Awards

If we had to describe the Tony Awards 2021 red carpet in one word, it would be dramatic (in a good way, of course). What else would you expect from a bunch of theater kids? Bold colors, major sparkle, and full, flouncy silhouettes were just some of the trends seen at the event, which took place on Sunday, September 26 in New York City. The message: It’s time to have fun with fashion again.

Just look at Beanie Feldstein. The Impeachment: American Crime Story actor showed up in a neon green dress with a full skirt and sleeves that feels very ‘80s inspired, a trend we continue to see in both beauty and fashion looks. She looked stunning. We also loved the detail work on Anika Noni Rose’s black gown, and a classic red lip finishes off the moment. 

Who else walked the Tony Awards 2021 red carpet? See all the looks, below.

See All the Looks at the Tony Awards 2021

If we had to describe the Tony Awards 2021 red carpet in one word, it would be dramatic (in a good way, of course). What else would you expect from a bunch of theater kids? Bold colors, major sparkle, and full, flouncy silhouettes were just some of the trends seen at the event, which took place on Sunday, September 26 in New York City. The message: It’s time to have fun with fashion again.

Just look at Beanie Feldstein. The Impeachment: American Crime Story actor showed up in a neon green dress with a full skirt and sleeves that feels very ‘80s inspired, a trend we continue to see in both beauty and fashion looks. She looked stunning. We also loved the detail work on Anika Noni Rose’s black gown, and a classic red lip finishes off the moment. 

Who else walked the Tony Awards 2021 red carpet? See all the looks, below.

35 Halloween Movies on Disney Plus You Can Watch All October Long

Feel that chill in the air? Fall is here, which means it’s time to let your inner spooky queen shine. So order that pumpkin spice latte, paint your nails black, and start streaming all the Halloween movies on Disney Plus.

Yes, you read that right—some of the best entertainment options this month are on the family-friendly streaming platform. It’s perfect for those who want to embrace the holiday without leaning too far into the frights. While films like Halloween and Friday the 13th are classic scary horror movies, one can only take so much slasher stress. Sometimes we need candy for the mind, not just the body and soul.

Enter Disney Halloween movies. The Disney Plus streaming platform has an impressive collection of spooky Halloween movies that fit the bill for all ages and scare levels, from low-budget made-for-TV originals to old-school classics. There’s Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (which some incorrectly believe is a Christmas movie) and 2003’s Freaky Friday starring scream queen icon Jamie Lee Curtis and early aughts icon Lindsay Lohan. Those feeling nostalgic for Disney Channel Halloween movies will find those as well. 

Another favorite among these Halloween movies on Disney Plus is Coco, the Pixar film inspired by Mexico’s Day of the Dead that’s guaranteed to make you cry. And, of course, we can’t forget the Disney original movie saga Halloweentown, in which another young, powerful witch learns the power of spells and attempts to bridge a couple of realms together in the process. So if you’re looking for family-friendly or jump-scare-free spooky-season flicks or just want to revisit some hallmarks from childhood, you’re covered. And don’t sleep on the oldies, either. James and the Giant Peach always slaps!

Scroll on to see all of the Disney Halloween movies available now.

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The Best Sex Toys to Help You Squirt, Whether You’re a Beginner or a Pro

Squirting is having a moment, with searches for squirting on Pornhub more than doubling between 2011 and 2017. Intrigued? With the best sex toys for squirting in hand, you can absolutely learn how to do it yourself. Lots of people with vulvas are eager to explore this exciting, potentially ~new~ thing their bodies can do. And fortunately, whether you have a partner or not, there are lots of ways to teach yourself to squirt.

Squirting happens when, during high levels of arousal, fluid is ejected out the urethra, explains sexologist Marla Renee Stewart, M.A., sexpert for Lovers. This fluid generally comes from the bladder as well as the Skene’s glands, which are right above the G-spot. Those who squirt usually feel a sense of release and pleasure, which may or may not be accompanied by orgasm—aptly called a squirting orgasm—when the fluid is gushing. 

The most common route to squirting is stimulation of the G-spot, which is the sensitive area on the upper wall of the vagina, says Good Vibrations staff sexologist Carol Queen. Though some people can squirt through clitoral stimulation alone, others may prefer the combination of clitoral and G-spot stimulation offered with the best sex toys for squirting. 

Most people with vulvas seem to be capable of squirting, Queen adds, so if you haven’t experienced this phenomenon before, you may be able to with a little practice in your sex life. To that end, grab some lube and consider these squirting sex toys that might be helpful on your journey learning to squirt—or to take your squirting abilities to the next level.

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Katy and Orlando Match In Sexy Louis Vuitton Looks for Rare Child-Free Night Out

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February 2019: Perry and Bloom announce their engagement on Instagram. “Full bloom,” Perry wrote alongside a photo of her stunning, flower-shaped ring. Congrats!

October 2019: Us Weekly reports Bloom and Perry are planning a December 2019 wedding. No other details about the wedding are known at his time.

March 2020: Perry announces in her new music video, “Never Worn White,” that she and Bloom are expecting their first child.

April 2020: On April 3, Perry takes to Instagram to share news about her baby with friends and fans. In the post, Perry shares an image of Bloom, smiling from ear to ear, with pink icing all over his face. Perry simply captions it, “It’s a girl.” Congratulations!

August 2020: On August 27, the pair announce the birth of their daughter, Daisy Dove, in a post for Unicef. In the photo Perry and Bloom both hold their new baby’s hand, and a daisy can be seen on Perry’s nail. “Welcome to the world, Daisy Dove Bloom! We are honoured to introduce Goodwill Ambassadors @KatyPerry and @OrlandoBloom’s new bundle of joy,” Unicef’s post reads. They go on to provide a message from the new proud parents. 

June 2021: Bloom shares the sweetest family photo with Perry and his son, Flynn (whom he shares with his ex-wife, Miranda Kerr). “FAMILY LOVE,” he captions the post with a heart emoji. 

August 2021: On August 7, Orlando Bloom shares a series of photos of his and Perry’s vacation to Italy on Instagram, quoting “That’s Amore” by Dean Martin. Perry cheekily replies to the post, “You forgot to tag me daddy.” 

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September 2021: Perry and Bloom were all smiles during a rare public appearance at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Gala in Los Angeles on September 25. This is one of their first child-free outings since welcoming their one-year-old daughter in August 2020. The couple made the most of it in semi-matching Louis Vuitton ensembles. Gorgeous! 

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