Bustle Originals

Looks Like She Made It

How Shania Twain found love, her voice, and her rightful place in the pop music pantheon.

Written by Lindsay Zoladz
Photographs by Beau Grealy
Styled by Tiffany Reid

Hannah Einbinder Lets Down Her Armor

Before she could become an Emmy-nominated star on HBO Max’s Hacks, the comedian had to battle her own brain.

By Nolan Feeney

Charlie Puth Is Horny On Main

On his retooled third album — and his delightfully weird TikTok — Charlie Puth is letting it all hang out.

By Samantha Leach

Keke's World

Between three movies, numerous TV shows, and an album, the busiest woman in Hollywood somehow was able to give us an hour.

By Sylvia Obell

Kourtney Kardashian Was Right All Along

In Calabasas, healthy boundaries are suddenly in style. Here’s how the reality star and Poosh founder insisted on balance and embraced her feelings.

By Anna Peele

Hilary Duff Figured It Out On The Way

With a new show, a sterling reputation, and one of the longest, most successful careers in television, the woman formerly known as Lizzie McGuire finally gives herself a break.

By Carrie Battan

The Soul Of Andrew Garfield

In Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 'Tick, Tick… Boom!,' the Oscar-nominee plays a different kind of hero — and this one can sing.

By Brianna Kovan

The Private World Of Camila Cabello

The next Cinderella on why it works with Shawn Mendes, and why she won't change for anyone.

By Samantha Leach

Jennifer Coolidge Will See You Now

How America’s most fabulous character actor made Hollywood come to her.

By Anna Peele

Fast Friends

Riley Keough and Taylour Paige dish on starring in Zola — and finding each other on the best, worst road trip ever.

By Molly Lambert

Alicia Keys Comes Home

On the 20th anniversary of Songs in A Minor, the artist reflects on who she was then — and who she's been all along.

By Shayla Lawson

The Millennial’s Guide To Addison Rae

TikTok’s reigning queen is about to cross over into old-fashioned stardom.

By Carrie Battan

Thank God For Dan Levy

Inside the showrunner’s hard-earned, awkwardly timed, very good year.

By Anna Peele

"I Didn’t Think Of Myself As A Black Mother. I’m A Mother."

Phylicia Rashad, 72, makes her first foray into sci fi-horror and finds new depths to the role that made her a legend.

By Rebecca Carroll

Issa Rae Has More To Do

The Insecure creator and star talks to Elaine Welteroth about Emmys regrets, friend breakups, the moving goal post of success, and whether celebrities can persuade voters.

By Elaine Welteroth

Kehlani Is Feeling It All

The singer stands up for her vision, for leaning into joy, and for all Black lives.

By Sylvia Obell

Demi Lovato Saved Herself

Two years after overdosing, the singer has a new hobby (painting), a new manager (Scooter Braun), and a new mandate (doing exactly what she wants).

By Anna Peele

Features

Entertainment

Marcus Mumford, Open Book

With his deeply personal solo album, the Mumford & Sons frontman is trying something new: being comfortable in his own skin.

By Ilana Kaplan
Entertainment

Judy Greer Is The Main Character

On Hulu’s buzzy ‘Reboot,’ Hollywood’s best friend becomes the leading lady.

By Anna Peele
Entertainment

A Couple Of Pints With Brooklyn Beckham

The amateur chef — key word amateur — and second generation Wife Guy is getting good at learning in public.

By Mickey Rapkin
TV & Movies

Everybody Loves Tyler James Williams

The Abbott Elementary star spent more than two decades on television. Now, he’s showing everybody how it’s done.

By Clover Hope
Reality TV

Lisa Barlow Finally Got Messy — And Found Her Fanbase

For this Real Housewife of Salt Lake City, getting caught on a hot mic only made her star burn brighter.

By Samantha Leach
Bustle Exclusive

The Dermatologist In Chanel

How Harvard-educated Mohs surgeon Michelle Henry became the go-to derm for models, beauty editors, and in-the-know New Yorkers.

By Leah Faye Cooper

Paul Mescal, Man Of Mystery

The internet's favorite brooding young man would rather be misunderstood than overshare.

By Samantha Leach and Heather Hazzan
Books

What Joyce Carol Oates Knows About Fame

According to the literary icon, 84, a subject as big as Marilyn Monroe can’t be diminished by fiction.

By Erin Somers
Celebrity

Luke Evans Is Ready For It All

Disney’s brilliant baddie is booked, Bond-ready, and broody.

By Ellie Austin
Entertainment

Former 'Bachelor' Producer Elan Gale Knows The Secret To Your Favorite Shows

For more than a decade, Elan Gale has put a tongue-in-cheek spin on dating shows from The Bachelor to FBoy Island. But the man behind the curtain doesn’t believe in tidy endings.

By Samantha Rollins
Entertainment

All Eyes On Ayo Edebiri

The most magnetic presence on ‘The Bear’ (sorry, Carmy) brings sharp humor and actual knife skills to the buzzy new series.

By Anna Peele
Wellness

Julianne Hough Wants To Find Her People

Performing eight shows a week in Broadway’s buzziest new comedy, Hough says self-care means more than just Pilates and spin class: “I only want to do things that enhance my growth.”

By Jessica Derschowitz
TV & Movies

Jurnee Smollett’s Heart Is Healing

“So much in my life was being destroyed in order for there to be room for rebirth,” the actor tells Bustle.

By Rebecca Carroll
Entertainment

Zooey Deschanel Can't Be Anyone But Herself

Her fashion sense is big on TikTok. 'New Girl' is thriving on Netflix. She's dating HGTV royalty. For Deschanel, knowing who you are means never going out of style.

By Samantha Leach
Style

Even Huda Kattan Needs A Break From Contouring

The makeup guru on falling out of love with makeup during the pandemic and going filter-free.

By Eliza Brooke

Please Respect Mia Khalifa’s Rebrand

On TikTok, the woman briefly known as Pornhub’s No. 1 performer is amassing a more supportive, more female fan base. Creeps and jerks will be blocked.

By Charlotte Shane