Not OK: Someone Threw a Lemon at Ariana Grande During Her Coachella Set Last Night

Something unexpected—and unacceptable—happened during Ariana Grande‘s Coachella set Sunday night (April 21). For whatever reason, a person in the crowd decided to throw a full lemon at her as she walked across the stage.

Fans in the audience captured this moment on camera, and they were, of course, outraged. “What immature swine threw a fucking whole-ass lemon at Ariana? What were they trying to achieve?” one person tweeted. “If you throw a lemon at Ariana Grande, you’re a piece of shit,” wrote another.

Grande kept the show going—this was her second weekend at Coachella—but did comment on the incident. “What the fuck? That’s ’cause one of y’all threw a lemon at me. Shit,” she said.

To be clear, throwing something at any performer on stage is straight-up disrespectful and indefensible—no matter what the intention. There’s speculation a Beyoncé fan threw the fruit due to reports Grande was allegedly paid more for performing at Coachella than she was last year. That rumor hasn’t been confirmed, but regardless it’s still no excuse to resort to physical heckling.

Watch the moment and Grande’s reaction for yourself, below:

Reactions on Twitter are running the gamut. There are several memes circulating about the incident, which is no surprise:

But it should go without saying that no amount of joking on the Internet makes what happened to Ariana Grande OK. Even one of the people who turned this moment into a meme clarified this:

“I just wanna clear it up that I think that the lemon shouldn’t have been thrown at Ariana and this joke was meant to say that even the lemon thought it was unacceptable,” they wrote. “Sorry if y’all were perceiving it a different way. I didn’t mean any harm.”

Grande took a break from her Sweetener World Tour to perform at Coachella but is slated to resume it on April 25 with a stop in Edmonton, Canada.

Sophie Turner’s Wine-Fueled Instagram Story About Arya’s *Game of Thrones* Sex Scene Is Perfect

One of the biggest talking points from Sunday’s Game of Thrones episode was Arya (Maisie Williams) and Gendry’s (Jon Dempsie) sex scene. Some people were all for it, while others had mixed opinions. Regardless of your stance, though, I think all fans can appreciate Sophie Turner‘s commentary on the scene, which she delivered on Instagram Stories.

Turner, a.k.a Sansa Stark, was essentially all of us last night: drinking a glass of wine and freaking out over what was happening between Arya and Gendry. The only difference is she’s Williams’ IRL best friend—and the comment she made Arya’s big moment is, well, exactly what you would expect from a best friend. Fair warning: It’s slightly NSFW, but nonetheless hilarious.

“In honor of Easter, I guess Game of Thrones wanted the storyline to have a little Easter bunny hop, hop, hoppin’ into the pussay,” she said, tagging Williams in the post and then taking a sip of her red wine. Check out the LOL-worthy moment for yourself, below:

Twitter, naturally, can’t get enough of Sophie Turner‘s shenanigans. Here are just a few reactions:

Williams opened up about Arya’s sex scene with Gendry in a new interview with Entertainment Weekly. “At first, I thought it was a prank,” she said. “I was like, ‘Yo, good one.’ And [the showrunners were] like, ‘No, we haven’t done that this year.’ Oh f–k!”

Interestingly, it was Turner who flagged the scene to Williams first. “Sophie said, ‘Whatever you do, you have to skip to this episode, this scene first.’ So I just read that and it was practically all I knew about the entire season,” Williams recalled to EW. “I got to the read-through and I’m reading the scene and thought, Oh, we’re actually going to do this. When do I shoot this? I need to go to the gym. A whole list of things.”

Turner confirmed this sequence of events to EW. “I called Maisie and was like: ‘Have you read it yet?’” she said. “And she’s like, ‘I’m midway through episode one.’ And I’m like: This scene, this page, read it! This is awesome!”

Game of Thrones premieres Sunday nights at 9 P.M. ET on HBO.

Kate Middleton Took These New Photos of Prince Louis, and They’re So Cute

Prince Louis’ first birthday is April 23, and Kensington Palace decided to celebrate by giving us some brand-new photos of him—taken by his mother, Kate Middleton.

Naturally, the pics are all sorts of adorable and feature several outfit changes. In one set, little Prince Louis is wearing a navy blue sweater with a dog on it; in the next, he has on a burgundy pullover. What’s most surprising about these photos is just how much Prince Louis looks like his father, Prince William. Seriously, these two are the spitting image of each other. I know that doesn’t sound that shocking—kids look like their parents!—but Prince William and Prince Louis’ resemblance is uncanny.

Check out the snaps for yourself, below:

“Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a son at 1101hrs. The baby weighs 8lbs 7oz,” Kensington Palace tweeted last year when Middleton gave birth. “The Duke of Cambridge was present for the birth. Her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well…The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry and members of both families have been informed and are delighted with the news.”

Kate Middleton doesn’t open up very often about motherhood, but in January she did briefly discuss her struggles as a new parent. “It’s so hard,” she said. “You get a lot of support with the baby as a mother particularly in the early days, but after the age of one, it falls away. After that, there isn’t a huge amount—lots of books to read. Everybody experiences the same struggle.”

Prince Louis’ first birthday lines up closely with when Meghan Markle is expected to give birth to her first child. Reports suggest she’s due any day now, and her mother, Doria Ragland, has already flown in to England for the birth. However, it might be a while before we see any photos of Baby Sussex. Buckingham Palace gave this update on April 11, 2019:

“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very grateful for the goodwill they have received from people throughout the United Kingdom and around the world as they prepare to welcome their baby. Their Royal Highnesses have taken a personal decision to keep the plans around the arrival of their baby private. The Duke and Duchess look forward to sharing the exciting news with everyone once they have had an opportunity to celebrate privately as a new family.”

Markle and Prince Harry announced in October 2018 they were expecting their first child.

17 Best Luxury Skin Care Products of 2019

Be honest: Does your heart skip a beat when you see a medicine cabinet full of the very best skin care? Skin has always been in, but the days of slapping on any old moisturizer are long gone—now, having a curated routine is completely normal, and you’d be hard-pressed to find a Sephora shopper who doesn’t know the difference between essences and toners. Critics might call such a devotion vapid or useless, among other things, but we firmly believe putting time and energy into a skin care regimen isn’t an empty pastime.

So whether it’s a vital part of your self-care, you’re looking for something specific to add to your top shelf, or you’re just curious about what the latest and greatest exfoliator is, take a look at the luxury skin care products that live up to their name—and price tag. Our editors and beauty pros share why.

18 Best Luxury Skin Care Products of 2019

Be honest: Does your heart skip a beat when you see a medicine cabinet full of the very best skin care? Skin has always been in, but the days of slapping on any old moisturizer are long gone—now having a curated routine is completely normal, and you’d be hard-pressed to find a Sephora shopper who doesn’t know the difference between essences and toners. Critics might call such a devotion vapid or useless, among other things, but we firmly believe putting time and energy into a skin care regimen isn’t an empty pastime.

So whether it’s a vital part of your self-care, you’re looking for something specific to add to your top shelf, or you’re just curious about what the latest and greatest exfoliator is, take a look at the luxury skin care products that live up to their name—and price tag. Our editors and beauty pros share why.

Summer Outfits With Jeans: How to Wear, According to Celebrities

Denim has been a tried-and-true favorite of concert-goers for ages, from Woodstock all the way to Coachella. Though, in the thick of summer, the last thing you’ll probably think to wear is a pair of jeans (hence why cutoffs reign supreme this time of year). Even if, at first glance, 501s and the desert heat don’t exactly seem like an ideal pairing, Levi’s presence on the festival circuit proves that the brand’s bread and butter lends itself to a range of scenarios—and climates.

Year after year, Coachella after Coachella, some of the best festival style from Indio, California comes out of the annual Levi’s poolside brunch, where celebrities like Hailey Bieber, Candice Huffine, Joan Smalls, and more come together to show off their best, most inventive denim styling.

“I remember how amazing the fit was on my first pair—they’ve been my favorite ever since,” said Bieber, the recently-appointed first-ever face of the Levi’s 501 jean, at the event. She herself was wearing the high-waisted style, cooly cuffed at the hem with a lingerie-inspired top. For fellow model Smalls, the key to making denim work for the summertime lies in juxtaposition: “of something oversized with something super-girly,” she told Glamour.

As temperatures start heating up, we’re taking cues from these denim-clad, always-well-dressed celebrities we caught up with in Palm Springs for tips on how to style your jeans in the summer. Check out five formulas to copy from now until Labor Day, ahead.

With lingerie up top…

Balance out the coverage of a full-length jean with something a little bit more revealing up top. Take notes from Bieber and her lingerie-inspired styling from the first weekend of Coachella: a lacy bustier top is breathable, while also making your casual denim feel more sophisticated.

With a super cropped top…

When thinking of ways to style your jeans in the summer, your first instinct might be to go for a shirt that’s way lighter—which will probably have you grabbing the nearest crop top. Instead of a frayed-hem vintage tee, consider going for a more polished, long-sleeved style. Emily Ratajowski, for instance, styled her white jeans with a leopard-print, front-tie blouse, an outfit that can definitely be replicated for a happy hour in July.

With your favorite throwback trend…

Let’s face it, The Parent Trap served some truly iconic fashion looks in 1998 that still hold up today. And, with the themes of camp and nostalgia back in a *very* big way, tie-dye is truly hotter than ever. Model Candice Huffine took this to the max at the festival, with her cropped T-shirt and denim cutoffs—she even added a scrunchie for good measure.

With opposite fits…

This is pretty much the same idea as mixing denim with lingerie, but only with shapes: Pair a baggy, wide-leg bottom with something more fitted as a top—or, if you prefer skinny-fit jeans, go for a loose blouse. Amandla Stenberg’s double-denim look, of a corset with oversized flare, is a great example of how to make it work. “Looking effortless is actually the hardest thing — it requires the most effort,” the actor tells us.

With major pops of color…

Another way to distinguish your fall denim #OOTD from your summer denim #OOTD? With the color story. For autumn, you might prefer to style your jeans with berry and navy hues. In the summer, though, you should go for a neon palette, like Smalls did at Coachella.

Gentleman Jack Is a Period Drama I’ve Been Waiting My Whole Life to See

When I first watched Gentlemen Jack, now available on HBO, I was gobsmacked by its leading lady Anne Lister. Played by Doctor Foster star Suranne Jones, the character is based on the real-life Lister, a lesbian landowner in 19th-century England endowed with the gift of gab who kept meticulous diaries about her life. On screen, Lister translates as both intense and persuasive. At first I found that maddening; but eventually, my attraction to her crept up like a schoolgirl crush. She’s intoxicating and sexy in ways that are totally unconventional for a TV lead. And that was Gentleman Jack creator Sally Wainwright’s master plan.

Wainwright has been working on adapting Anne Lister’s diaries for the screen for over 20 years, and the result of her efforts is a period drama that features complex women on-screen, captured by many brilliant women behind the camera. “People haven’t been aware that women like Anne Lister existed until now because people like her have been rendered invisible by history,” Wainwright tells me. “That’s why Anne Lister’s diary has been referred to as the Rosetta Stone of lesbian life [in the 19th-century]. We realized we have a clear record of the level of intimacy that existed amongst women.”

Wainwright and Jones both wanted to ensure that Anne’s queerness was depicted realistically and fairly, so Wainwright hired a lesbian advisor and an intimacy advisor to coordinate the sex scenes. Jones appreciated having the experts available to her. “I think, in the current climate, every show should have [an intimacy advisor,” Jones says. “It just makes everyone safe and comfortable. We had someone that we could talk to if there were any questions.”

“I wanted to make a point of not being gratuitous,” Wainwright says of the sex scenes. “But I wanted to combine that with making a big character. Anne Lister was a great lover, and her sex was very evolved. I think we shot the scenes in a way that’s very beautiful, very apt.”

Jones and Wainwright worked with the advisors to treat every detail delicately, considering everything from the feelings of the women Lister slept with to the temperature of the room. “We looked into how they all had sex differently and how comfortable they were,” Jones explains. “Those houses are really cold, so you’d need to have your nightie on. Also, it’s really important that if anyone knocks on the door and walks into the bedroom they could jump apart and pretend they were just two friends sleeping in the same bed, which women [at the time] did without any questions being asked.”

“I think if anyone’s looking for titillation or flesh, this is not the show for them,” Jones continues. “It’s a much more intellectual, psychological vision of a character.”

This attention to detail even carried out in the way Jones physically played the character. “We took from the diaries the fact that she walked quickly and upright, that she sounded deep and masculine,” Jones says. “She was mistaken for a man and called ‘Gentleman Jack.’ So we worked with her intelligence coming out in a physical manner like big gestures.”

As a lesbian myself, there is much to lust after in Gentleman Jack. Lister is unlike any lead character I’ve seen on TV—she’s towering, intimidating, unnerving. She also vibrates with life and excitement in a way that feels completely timeless. As Wainwright told me, Lister was a “fantastically bold woman who just didn’t conform to societal norms, who didn’t hide her sexuality.”

That boldness is fiercely female—even if, historically, it was once labeled as “gentlemanly.”

Jill Gutowitz is a writer and comedian living in Los Angeles.

Luke Perry’s Last “Riverdale” Episode Comes Out This Week

Following the death of Luke Perry on March 4, the last episode that the actor filmed of Riverdale is scheduled to air on Wednesday, April 24, at 8 p.m. ET, on the CW. Since the series started, Luke had been portraying the role of Fred Andrews, father to Archie Andrews, played by KJ Apa.

On Sunday, April 21, Riverdale creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa shared with his Twitter followers the news of Luke’s last episode, writing, “This week’s #Riverdale is the last episode Luke filmed. As always, Fred’s imparting words of wisdom to Archie. A beautiful, true moment between a father and his son. Wish these scenes could go on forever…”

The cast and crew of Riverdale have not yet fully explained how the show will continue without Luke’s character, but Aguirre-Sacasa previously confirmed that the series would be addressing his death. “We know that we have to address it in some way, but we’re giving ourselves a little bit of time and space before we figure out the best way to honor him,” he told Entertainment Tonight.

Additionally, Cole Sprouse, who plays Jughead on the series, confirmed there was “something planned narratively,” Entertainment Tonight reported.

Since Perry’s passing, Aguirre-Sacasa revealed that every future episode of Riverdale will be dedicated to the late Beverly Hills 90210 actor. In the episode that aired on March 6, two days after Luke’s death had been confirmed, the show placed a memorial title card at the conclusion of the episode.

Prior to that, series cast and crew paid tribute to their costar by sharing social media messages that noted his impact. The tributes included a message from Lili Reinhart, who wrote, “I’m finding it hard to grasp that he will no longer be around to give long hugs and share his wisdom and kindness with all of us. I’m thinking of his family. His children. I pray for them to heal and find peace in this devastating loss.”

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This *Game of Thrones* Theory Suggests the Night King Isn’t Going to Winterfell at All

Game of Thrones fans are waiting on pins and needles for the battle between the living and the dead. HBO has been building this war up for seasons now, and it’s only a matter of time before we see it. The Starks have a pretty solid plan in place to lure the Night King to Winterfell (essentially, they’re using Bran as bait). But one fan on Reddit, Jurkovsky, thinks the family isn’t fully prepared for all that could happen. There’s a new theory floating around suggesting the Night King isn’t going to Winterfell at all, but to King’s Landing—which throws a wrench in literally all the Starks’ plans.

It makes sense, when you think about it. After all, Game of Thrones has a history of making viewers believe one set of events would go down and then throwing the wildest of curveballs. This just happened in season seven, when Tyrion was discussing the plans to obtain Casterly Rock. Here’s what Jurkovsky posits specifically:

“The scene [from Sunday’s episode] with Jon going through the battle plans reminded me a lot of the scene in [season 7] when Tyrion was discussing the plan to take Casterly Rock whilst they showed out the actual events. In this scene, the Unsullied were tricked and the Lannister army used this deception and took High Garden instead.

I believe this is exactly what will happen next episode. We will get the entire battle of Winterfell, and at the end the characters will be waiting for the Night King and they will show him riding Viserion, yet when they pan out it won’t be towards Winterfell. It will show him riding towards Kings Landing.”

So if the Night King is going to King’s Landing, does that mean he’s going to kill Cersei? Is he trying to make more White Walkers? My head is spinning with questions.

The trailer for episode three provides even more evidence for this theory. Notice how we see the army of the dead at Winterfell’s gates, but not the Night King. We only see him briefly in a shot flying on Viserion. “I believe this was some trickery by the producers, and that will be footage from the Night King in King’s Landing at the end,” Jurkovsky continues.

I could totally see this happening. After all, Sansa did say in season seven that they needed to be fighting this battle from all angles. That includes King’s Landing!

Of course, we will find out what happens definitively at some point this season. Game of Thrones airs Sunday nights at 9 P.M. ET on HBO.

Women Scientists Say Climate Change Will Disproportionately Affect Women

Within even the last 12 months, there’s been a shift in how we talk about climate change. What we once framed as a serious, but distant threat is now an imminent catastrophe, with implications that are hard even to imagine. And as the crisis deepens, all the other issues we face—from public health to national security to immigration—will become that much more complicated to address. It’s no surprise that as sea levels rise people who live in coastal cities will be at greater risk for flood or that parts of sub-Saharan African will have to contend with famine in the more immediate future than the Pacific Northwest. Those are discrepancies we can plan for. What’s less understood is the extent to which climate change overall will have a disproportionate impact on women.

As scientists put it, climate change and gender are inextricably linked. In less-developed regions it falls to women to gather food and water for their families. If crops can’t grow, those women will lose both their livelihoods and their food source. At the same time, as extreme weather events become more frequent, huge populations of women and families are forced to leave their homes. Women will bear the brunt of the crisis. “If we don’t consider gender roles in our understanding of climate change and its solutions, we might end up exacerbating gendered inequalities,” says Dr. Miriam Gay-Antaki, a University Teacher in Human Geography at the University of Edinburgh, who studies the intersection of gender and climate change.

But here’s the (additional) problem: Even as scientists know that to be true, the vast majority of people who work in climate science are men. And sexism and prejudice within their ranks have an impact on the research that the field produces. Because climate research involves a range of disciplines, it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly what percentage of climate scientists identify as women, but most estimates put it at under 20 percent. The homogeneousness of the field is more than a “bad look.” It results in derivative, narrow research that is less equipped to examine how climate change will take its toll on different populations.

“It’s absolutely vital that climate scientists and researchers mirror the populations that are impacted by climate change,” says Dr. Victoria Herrmann, president and managing director of the Arctic Institute, a think tank focused on Arctic security issues. “There’s a pretty good research base now to know that personal histories and experiences influence your own research methodology, your research bias and your research results. No individual comes to research with complete objectivity.”

Scientists should know that, but women like Herrmann report that it’s still hard to have their perspectives heard in rooms full of men, who seem to consider their own perspectives the scientific “default.” Despite the fact that she manages a team of 25 researchers, Herrmann has heard men refer to her as an intern. Dr. Becky Bolinger, an assistant state climatologist who leads drought monitoring research within the Colorado State Climate Center, is excluded from important conversations at work frequently enough that she’s developed a kind of gut-check: “Would this have happened to me if I wasn’t a woman?” (Answer: Probably not..)

This difference between how male and female climate scientists are treated begins early on, and starkly unfair experiences are not easily shaken. When Bolinger was enrolled at Florida State University to earn her master’s degree, an older male professor suggested she submit research papers under her initials because she’d be more likely to get published if people didn’t know she was a woman. “The best way to keep women in STEM when they’re going through school is to make sure the environment is open and welcome. And that can’t just be done by women,” Bolinger says. “It’s going to move a lot more smoothly if it’s men who point out when they see things that are wrong, or men who are making sure that their women colleagues are at the table with them like they deserve to be.”