27 Thanksgiving Nail Ideas You’ll Actually Want to Wear

While Thanksgiving might be on hold for many of us this year, there is one way to get into the spirit—no turkey required—and that’s with Thanksgiving nails. Sure, it might not rival Grandma’s pumpkin pie or watching football with the fam, but when you can’t make a family gathering happen, some cute nail art is the next best thing. (It also makes for a welcome distraction if you are home with the fam and need some me time.) 

While the phrase Thanksgiving nail designs probably brings tacky turkeys and problematic pilgrims to mind, there are actually plenty of fun ideas that aren’t quite as literal. Think warm tones that mirror the falling leaves, designs inspired by Thanksgiving staples like cranberry sauce or squash, or even some glitter for that festive feeling. We were even able to track down some cute pumpkins (and one turkey) nail designs for the traditionalists out there. Whatever your style, scroll on for the coolest Thanksgiving nails to try this year.

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66 Under $100 Gift Ideas That Will Make 2020 Suck Less

If you’re looking for $100 gift ideas (or less) to spread some cheer during this unconventional holiday season, you’re not alone. While we’re dealing with a global pandemic and an anxiety-inducing election, sending something special will make an even bigger impact this year—especially if you won’t be breaking bread with loved ones. 

The first step to gifting like a pro is narrowing in on who you’re really shopping for. Is it the quarantined home chef, the budding content creator, or the queen of finishing an entire Netflix drop in one sit-down? Regardless of which pandemic pastime has them hooked, there’s a fitting gift on this list, and each one comes at a $100-or-less price point. From speakers turned decor to game-changing kitchen appliances and books they won’t want to put down, these $100 gift ideas will have everyone in your circle covered, including Mom, Dad, and your best friend whose blood type is double espresso.

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Krystal Nielson From Bachelor in Paradise Is Pregnant

Last year saw the arrival of so many celebrity babies, from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s firstborn, Archie, to Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds’s third child. And there will be even more A-list children making their debut in 2020. Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden were two of the first celebs to welcome a baby (a girl named Raddix), but they certainly won’t be the last.

“We are so happy, blessed, and grateful to begin this new decade by announcing the birth of our daughter, Raddix Madden. She has instantly captured our hearts and completed our family,” the couple wrote on Instagram in January. “From our family to all of yours, we’re sending our love and best wishes for a Happy New Year and Happy New Decade.”

Below, check out all the celebrity babies who were born in 2020. We’ll be updating this gallery as more births are announced, so stay tuned. Warning: Cuteness ahead.

Kaley Cuoco Opens Up About Filming Big Bang Theory Sex Scenes With Her Ex, Johnny Galecki

Kaley Cuoco has some conspiracy theories about those Big Bang Theory sex scenes with her ex Johnny Galecki. 

Cuoco, who played Penny on the long-running CBS sitcom from 2007 to its final season in 2019, secretly dated her costar Galecki, a.k.a Leonard, for two years—just before their characters got into bed together. “When we did the pilot, I was crushing so hard on Galecki but he had a girlfriend,” Cuoco shared during an interview with Dax Shepard on his podcast Armchair Expert, per People

She continued, “We got together and just fell mad for each other for two years, but then we broke up. Luckily Johnny and I came out of it so brilliantly and we’re closer today than we ever were.” Cuoco currently stars in the upcoming HBO Max series, The Flight Attendant

Considering the pair called it quits before their characters started getting hot and heavy in season 3, Cuoco thinks the timing was pretty sus—in fact, she says the sitcom creator Chuck Lorre may have been trying to “fuck” with them.

“When we broke up, obviously, it was a little sensitive for a minute, but I remember those weeks that Chuck had written these episodes where all of a sudden our characters were like sleeping together every other second,” she said.

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“Johnny and I talk about it and I think [Chuck] did that on purpose just to fuck with us,” Cuoco continued. “If I was with him, I would ask him because that came out of nowhere. All of a sudden these characters were all up on each other.”

Obviously, there’s no bad blood. Kaley Cuoco got engaged to Karl Cook in 2017 and has been married for two years, while Johnny Galecki welcomed his son with girlfriend Alaina Meyer back in December 2019. 

“I was meant for you,” Cuoco told Cook in her wedding vows. “You are a good man, Charlie Brown, and I am yours.”

The Secret to Millie Bobby Brown’s Long Lashes Can Be Found at Any Drugstore

If you’re understandably feeling a little blue about the holidays this year, Millie Bobby Brown is here to help spread some cheer. “I LOVE Christmas,” the Stranger Things and Enola Holmes actor tells us. “I hope people feel uplifted and excited for the holiday season, despite how different and challenging this year has been.” 

In that spirit, Brown partnered with Pandora on a new animated short film that’s all about giving everyone a festive glow-up. Called “One Lovely Day,” the short features Brown (in animated form!) traveling with other Pandora Muses around the world—something we all wish we could do these days—as they celebrate the holiday season. 

“We hope to convey that regardless of where you are in the world, you can still celebrate with the ones you love and show them how much you care,” Brown says. 

That’s not the only way the 16-year-old has been lifting her spirits lately. In quarantine she’s embraced spending time with family, watching 90 Day Fiancé, and baking lots of cakes. She’s also focused her energy on her role as as UNICEF’s youngest Goodwill Ambassador, a position she started in 2018. “Every year, since becoming a Goodwill Ambassador, I have worked closely with UNICEF on World Children’s Day [November 20],” she explains. 

“This year needed to be a bit different, given our current circumstances, but I recently had a wonderful conversation with three inspirational young advocates to allow their voices to be heard about the issues that matter to them,” she says. “We spoke about the COVID-19 response efforts, cyber bullying, and children’s education. It was an incredibly meaningful conversation. I was blown away by each of them.”

What else is exciting Millie Bobby Brown these days? And what beauty secrets can the Florence by Mills founder let us in on? Find out in our latest installment of Your Fave’s Faves.

The last thing I bought that changed my life

A face covering. I have quite the collection now! It’s one very simple thing that we can all do to ensure each other’s safety.  

We Stand Together Face Mask (30-Pack)



What I keep in my fridge 

Lots of ginger shots and cake baking essentials! I have been baking a ton during quarantine. I’m a cakes and pies kind of gal. One of my favorite desserts is chocolate mousse, so I’ve been trying to perfect that. Whisking by hand is hard—I didn’t realize how much a mixer would change my life until I bought and starting using one. I can’t go back. 

Mini Artisan KitchenAid Mixer



Also, anyone who knows me would tell you that I’m obsessed with carrots. But my favorite dish is a roast dinner. My mum makes the best roast dinner—turkey, stuffing, roasted potatoes, gravy—there is nothing better than enjoying it with my family. 

The best thing in my closet

Onesies and hoodies! I can wear them hanging with friends and my family, watching tv and when I bake. They are so cozy and comfy. I also love my Converse! You can dress them up and dress them down. Comfort is key, always. My favorite comfy pants are tracksuit bottoms. I have them in all different colors and patterns. I love them a bit oversized and baggy. 

Converse Chuck Taylor Low Top Sneaker



Converse Chuck Taylor Low Top Sneaker



Moncler Retro Hoodie



Nike Sportswear Icon Clash

How I wind down

I love cuddling up on the sofa and watching Netflix documentaries. And I can’t stop watching 90 Day Fiancé. It is so entertaining, and I find myself invested in these couples! I also love tending to my fruit and vegetable garden, which I grew during quarantine. I find gardening so calming. That’s been a new discovery over the last few months. 

The beauty secret I tell everyone about

Use castor oil for your eyelashes. It helps to maintain their health. Just the teeniest bit goes a long way. And don’t exfoliate everyday! Two times a week is plenty for most skin types—anything more and you can overwhelm your skin. 

The earrings I wear all the time

I would say the Asymmetric Heart Hoop Earrings are my favorite piece from Pandora. They are classic with a fun twist. 

Pandora Asymmetric Heart Hoop Earrings



The best app on my phone

Spotify! I love listening to music. I’ve been very into the Mamma Mia soundtrack lately. It immediately puts me in a happy mood. 

My favorite self-care product

Pillow mist! And our Florence by Mills Dreamy Dew Moisturizer. I literally wear it every morning before putting on my sunscreen. 

Florence by Mills Dreamy Dew Moisturizer


Florence by Mills

My favorite movie directed by a woman

Someone Great by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson. I LOVE this movie. It’s funny, heartwarming and a great, empowering friendship movie that makes me laugh and cry. Also, the soundtrack is amazing. 

Anna Moeslein is the senior entertainment editor at Glamour. 

Justin Bieber Has Reportedly Unfollowed Ex-Hillsong Pastor Carl Lentz and His Wife on IG

The hits for ex-Hillsong pastor Carl Lentz keep coming. According to some social media-savvy fans, it seems Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin Bieber have unfollowed their (former?) friend on Instagram.  

On November 11—the same day it was reported Carl’s wife, Laura Lentz, was also fired from Hillsong—fans began tweeting that the pop star had “finally” unfollowed Carl. 

Although we can’t confirm when Justin unfollowed the pastor, the change in their relationship is notable. Justin could be considered Hillsong’s most prominent and outspoken member and has made his friendship with Carl quite public. While TMZ reported that the pair had a falling out in 2018, the Lentz family and Baldwin-Biebers have appeared together as recently as April 2020. “I love late chats with these 2 soooo much,” Laura captioned a FaceTime screenshot of the two couples. “Such a great end to a big day of social distancing.”

Although Just Jared initially reported that both Justin and Hailey no longer follow Carl or Laura, as of November 11, 2020, at 1 p.m. ET, Hailey and Laura do continue to follow each other, while Carl also continues to follow Hailey. However, the follow and unfollow buttons can obviously be tapped at any time. 

Some ~evidence~ as of November 11, 2020, at 1 p.m ET. 


Although we can’t confirm what caused the rift between Justin Bieber and Carl Lentz, the pastor spoke about the end of his time at Hillsong in a lengthy Instagram post. “I was unfaithful in my marriage, the most important relationship in my life and held accountable for that,” he wrote on November 6, one day after news broke he’d been fired. “This failure is on me, and me alone and I take full responsibility for my actions.”

“I now begin a journey of rebuilding trust with my wife, Laura and my children and taking real time to work on and heal my own life and seek out the help that I need,” he continued. “I am deeply sorry for breaking the trust of many people who we have loved serving and understand that this news can be very hard and confusing for people to hear and process.”

Lilly Singh, a Year After A Little Late

Singh discovered YouTube while she was writing grad school application essays. The platform has since become home to her comedic posts ranging from hilarious skits about her family and culture to sincere discussions about sexuality, mental health, and self-love. But in those early days, it was an outlet for her to express the struggles she was facing after graduation. She found solace in a community that applauded her raw openness. 

“I felt super alone during that time,” she says. “When I made videos on YouTube, it was comforting to hear other people saying, ‘Oh my God, I know exactly how you feel. I’m in a similar funk.’” 

Singh found her mental state getting better, like she’d unlocked the Lilly Singh hidden away for so many years—the creative girl who made her sister giggle about buns of steel and ferociously pursued passions like rock collecting. “That hustle-hard-toward-things-you-like, obsessive person got lost in university,” she explains. “Making YouTube videos sparked that again.”

So Singh ditched her Masters, saved $600 for a camera, and learned how to edit and write scripts from online tutorials. Almost immediately, she knew she was on to something. “This old Lilly came flying out, so I knew I was doing the right thing.”

Adopting the pseudonym “IISuperwomanII,” Singh exploded in popularity and has since amassed 36 million followers—the “Team Super” fanbase, who call themselves “Unicorns.” 

But for all her success with YouTube, Singh’s debut on late-night in 2019 felt like starting over. After years of creating her own content, she struggled working with the larger crew and became overwhelmed by the mental toll of being “creative on demand” at the lightning pace required by pre-recording 96 episodes in three months.

“I knew about being funny, but I didn’t know the late-night machine,” she explains. “I was confident in my abilities, but not in that setting. I was so out of my wheelhouse, I had to do what I did in the beginning of my YouTube career: work hard, figure it out, and self-educate.” 

Even with the first-year growing pains, NBC was all in on Singh. A Little Late With Lilly‘s ratings were on par with Last Call—about 670,000 nightly viewers, according to The Hollywood Reporter—but the real boom was the show’s new multi-platform approach, where it led in social engagements and YouTube views. NBC renewed A Little Late for a season two in May, and the network signed off on a new Peacock TV special, Sketchy Times. Now streaming, it features sketches about the chaos of 2020. 

Singh, who executive produces both shows under her company Unicorn Island Productions, hopes Sketchy Times will bring joy through comedy, her lifelong “defense mechanism” against pain. “Whenever anything’s been painful or I’ve had a breakup, I know I’m healing when I can joke about it,” she says. “The world’s a stressful place, so we might as well laugh. Sketchy Times is taking times that are sketchy and stressful, extracting silver linings, and making fun of our human tendencies.”

Train With Joan, the 74-Year-Old Fitness Influencer, Is Having a Moment

Joan MacDonald, the 74-year-old behind Train With Joan, is always up for trying new things—“whether it’s good for me or not,” she says with a conspiratorial wink over Zoom. Still, documenting her fitness journey on Instagram was decidedly out of her comfort zone: MacDonald was in her seventies, had no idea how to use social media, and had barely set foot in a gym. “[When I was younger] married women didn’t belong to gyms, they just didn’t, until later on,” she says. Today, Macdonald has enviable biceps and nearly a million followers.

MacDonald’s feed is filled with the stuff that makes Instagram so irresistible and sometimes gets the platform criticized as surface-level eye candy—coordinating athleisure sets, white sand beaches, glamorous bikini shots in portrait mode. But coming from a septuagenarian who is clearly living her best life, MacDonald’s platform is so much deeper than that: It’s a challenge to our ideas of who older women are allowed to be. “Older women have a lot to offer. There are a lot of older women out here older than I am that are really strong, amazing people. Older women have a voice and we need to be listened to,” says MacDonald. “People think, ‘Oh Grandma, what does she know?’ But you’d be amazed at what Grandma can do.”

McDonald’s fitness journey began like many people’s: with a visit to the doctor. “They said they were going to increase my medications because my blood pressure was not being controlled properly but I didn’t like to be on medication,” she says. Her daughter Melissa, a health coach, issued her a challenge: follow along on her upcoming fitness retreat, and she’d help MacDonald get her health in check. With her doctor’s blessing, she started to learn the basics, reading up on nutrition and fitness. “I had to learn how to use apps,” she says. “I had to learn how to use a computer properly and and iPad and the iPhone,” and eventually Instagram, which Melissa thought would be a great way for her mom to stay connected to a healthy community. 

Those early workouts had gotten MacDonald’s blood pressure in check and her doctor was reducing her meds—maybe she could even use Instagram to help other women get healthy, her daughter suggested. “I thought that was a bit far fetched at the time,” MacDonald says. A workout plan was one thing but social media was entirely new territory of a woman in her seventies. “No one likes to be doing something that you’ve never done before and have it be made public. That was really hard. It still is in a way—but I started getting people communicating with me so I would chat back [with my story],” she says. “They said I was ‘influencing’ them and I’m going, Really? When I got to a thousand followers, I thought that was really fabulous.”

Three years later, Train With Joan has become a community fueled by the idea that when women take time for themselves, a radical shift happens. “As a woman, you’re always giving of yourself for your family. My kids were always more important than what I wanted to do. But just because you’ve raised a family doesn’t mean you have nothing else to offer,” MacDonald says.

We asked MacDonald about the power of taking time for herself, her relentless brand of positivity, and her advice to her younger self.

Appreciate your body

I used to think, “Oh, these women, they’re so beautiful because they’re so thin” and all the rest of it. But each of us has a different body shape and I think as long as you’re really happy with the way you are, then you don’t have to worry about anybody else. I’ll never be skinny, I’ve got too much meat on my bones. Who cares?

The First Poster for American Horror Story Season 10 Is Here—And It’s Terrifying

Spooky szn may be over, but American Horror Story season 10 news keeps rolling in. Ryan Murphy—who must be insanely busy with his Netflix deal—has just delivered the first glimpse at his latest horror story…and let me tell you, it’s promising.

Here’s everything we know so far:

It’s happening! But you already knew that. After season nine—an ode to ’80s slasher films—aired, the FX anthology series was greenlit through season 13. At the Television Critics Association winter press tour, FX Networks chairman John Landgraf announced the news and called AHS creators Murphy and Brad Falchuk “the undisputed masters of horror TV, having created the anthological limited series with American Horror Story and sustaining its success for nearly a decade as FX’s highest-rated series.”

There will be 10 episodes. As usual.

The cast list has been posted. First things first: Sarah Paulson returns! Now that that’s out of the way, enjoy this Instagram post from Ryan Murphy announcing who’s back (and who’s new) for season 10.

Here’s the full list (so far?):

  • Kathy Bates

  • Macaulay Culkin

  • Leslie Grossman

  • Billie Lourd

  • Sarah Paulson

  • Evan Peters

  • Adina Porter

  • Lily Rabe

  • Angelica Ross

  • Finn Wittrock

Exciting returns include Bates, Paulson, and Peters, who were deeply missed in season nine. Notably missing are Emma Roberts and Jessica Lange, two major players in the franchise.

But it’s the addition of Culkin in the number-two slot that may prove to be the most interesting choice. While his brother, Kieran Culkin, is killing it on Succession, the Home Alone child star has slowly been making his way back into the public eye.

“I enjoy acting. I enjoy being on set,” Culkin said in a recent Esquire cover story. “I don’t enjoy a lot of the other things that come around it. What’s a good analogy? The Shawshank Redemption. The way he gets out of prison is to crawl through a tube of s—, you know? It feels like to get to that kind of freedom, I’d have to crawl through a tube of s—. And you know what? I’ve built a really nice prison for myself. It’s soft. It’s sweet. It smells nice. You know? It’s plush.”

We’ve Been Pronouncing the Title of Emily in Paris Wrong This Whole Time

Emily in Paris, the Netflix show starring Lily Collins, is once again in the middle of a heated (if low-stakes) internet conversation

On the heels of news the show will return for a second season, Netflix dropped a bombshell on its official Twitter account: We’ve been pronouncing the title wrong this entire time. “Friendly reminder Emily in Paris is supposed to be pronounced with a French accent so ‘Emily’ and ‘Paris’ rhyme,” the tweet said. 

Excusez moi? Quelle horreur! Mais non! (Also, is that more French than Emily speaks in the entire first season? Perhaps.) 

Anyway, the internet, unsurprisingly, had a field day with this revelation. 

Regardless of how it’s pronounced, Emily in Paris is here to stay for at least another season, like we mentioned earlier. The next installment of the series was confirmed on November 11 by Netflix. Plot details are still unclear, but viewers are dying to know what happens between Emily, Camille, and Gabriel. (Reminder-slash-spoiler: Emily and Gabriel hooked up after Gabriel broke things off with Camille. However, Camille has no idea they got together…and she and Emily are best friends.)

Maybe there will even be a relationship between Emily and Camille. “When Camille kisses Emily on the mouth, she’s like, ‘Oh, I’m not sorry.’ And then when [Emily and Camille are] in bed, and I’m liking the picture, it’s all little seeds. Anything could happen between the three of them,” Lucas Bravo (Gabriel) told Cosmopolitan. “I think Darren [Star, the creator] wants this second season to be really open-minded. He wants to explore different things and make it realistic of what the world is now.” 

For more details on Emily in Paris season two, click here. I, for one, will be pronouncing the title incorrectly until the end of time. You cannot make me say it differently! I refuse!