Remember that Clairol commercial from 1995? If you were of any TV-watching age you must. Debra Messing gives herself a dye job using a package of Clairol Natural Instincts and “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” is her theme song. She starts out timidly singing the opening lines of the song in the shower, but by the end, when the song reaches it’s familiar crescendo (and her hair is back to shiny, bouncy glory), she’s dancing in a Risky Business uniform, singing about her womanhood in full eyes-closed rapture.
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Calling all foodies — get your royal résumés ready!
Queen Elizabeth is looking for a kitchen porter, and the full-time job comes with some dream perks — like living at Buckingham Palace!
No experience in the kitchen? No problem! Though general knowledge of food safety and a positive attitude are must-haves, no experience is necessary as training will be provided for the £19,935.80 (about $25,370) per year job.
Blake Lively isn’t afraid to poke fun at herself.
Lively had a good laugh at hew own expense earlier this week when she was called out by a fan for making a classic Instagram mistake.
On Wednesday, Lively, 30, posted a series of adorable photos of herself looking every bit happy in love alongside husband Ryan Reynolds. After writing a sweet caption, she attempted to tag Reynolds in the post with a heart emoji.
You may have noticed some posts from our friends at the Strategist on the Cut. They’ll be dropping in every now and again, sharing their expertise on the basics you don’t have time to research and the weird and wonderful things you don’t yet know you need.
Despite the persistent myth that men get fleeced in divorce proceedings, statistics show that women are much more likely to take a financial hit if their marriage ends — particularly if they have children. According to a study by Stephen Jenkins, a professor at the London School of Economics, fathers see an income boost of about 30 percent after getting divorced, on average, while mothers experience a 20 percent drop.
Queen Elizabeth’s longtime doctor has died in a tragic road accident in London.
Peter Fisher — a physician to the Queen for around 17 years — was killed when his bicycle collided with a truck in High Holborn, Central London, at around 9.30 a.m. on Wednesday.
The driver of the truck stopped at the scene and is currently assisting the Metropolitan Police with their investigation. The incident occurred on national Cycle to Work Day in Britain.