Lori Loughlin has been deposed from her throne at the Hallmark Channel, rap sheets and their schtick being somewhat incongruous. But the very casually costumed show must go on! Hence, the creators of When Calls the Heart are “retooling” the remaining un-aired episodes.
In 1940, Nancy Mitford helped send her sister, Diana, to prison. Or at least, she tried—the British government probably didn’t need the additional testimony, but she gave it, anyway.
In a personal attack on my wallet—on payday, no less—Anthropologie has finally, at long last, launched plus sizes. My most deeply held dream of the mid 2000s has finally come to pass!
In the wake of Lori Loughlin’s arrest for alleged involvement in a massive college admissions scheme, the squeaky-clean Hallmark Channel has dropped her from its roster of stars. Somebody, please check on the Hearties?
Like every other major musical act of the past 40 years, Britney Spears is getting a jukebox musical. And now, plot details have finally emerged: It’s called Once Upon a One More Time and involves several fairy tale princesses reading The Feminine Mystique in a book club.
Netflix has announced that it will be releasing a third Christmas Prince movie—this one about the royal baby that will be born unto the royal couple. Look, why not ride this Christmas gravy train all the way to the North Pole?
Disney’s CEO has confirmed that the company’s upcoming streaming service, Disney+, will eventually include its full catalog of animated movies—meaning that someday soon, “the Vault” will be dead. Moms will dance with joy upon its grave.
For some reason, when the internet is already battle-scarred hellscape hotly contested every day by varying royal fandom factions, the monarchy has decided to get even deeper into social media: Queen Elizabeth II has made her first personal post on Instagram, at the royal family’s official account.
The digital “cover” this month at Allure features flute-playing icon Lizzo wearing Marc Jacobs, and it’s so incredible that it’s going to make me purchase lilac eyeshadow.
Kit Harington is still having a lot of feelings about the coming end of Game of Thrones. I love Kit Harington and his wholly un-Jon-Snow-like cheekiness and his voluminous feelings.
LK Bennett, a Kate Middleton fave, is preparing to file for administration, which basically Britain’s version of a bankruptcy. What went wrong for the brand, whose sleek, relatively affordably priced Sledge heels basically epitomize the modern self-presentation of the royal family?
Unfortunately, I am afraid I must relocate my entire life to Yorkshire, England, because the house thought to have inspired Wuthering Heights is now a bustling B&B catering to the Bronte tourist trade—and it is for sale.
After several years of experimentation and giving the matter quite a bit of thought, I’ve reached a conclusion: The best snow day meal is the humble grilled cheese sandwich, accompanied by an absolutely essential bowl of tomato soup.
Chip and Joanna Gaines have acquired an entire castle—specifically, the Cottonland Castle, a Waco landmark begun in 1890, finished around 1913, and vacant for 20 years. It is apparently a total wreck.
Last night, Peter Farrelly picked up an Oscar statuette, as Green Book took Best Picture. The guy who co-wrote Shallow Hal, one of the most disgusting, offensive, and downright cruel movies of the early 2000s, now has an Oscar.
Japan is also fighting a major measles outbreak, even as a new study suggests that vaccine skepticism may correlate with votes for populists. Great! Everything is very reassuring.
“We’ve got some books here I want to show you,” Johnny Carson told a Tonight Show audience in March 1990. He turned to a colorful stack of paperback romance novels.
“Here, in the United States, we are alarmed by new calls to adopt socialism in our country,” Donald Trump said in his State of the Union speech, adding that, “Tonight, we renew our resolve that America will never be a socialist country.”
Today we bring you the tale of a medieval shero: Sister Joan of Leeds, who faked her death to escape a convent for a loucher life in a town 30 miles away.