Jordyn Woods Is Reportedly Fully Moved Out of Kylie Jenner’s Mansion

Back in February, Jordyn Woods was thrust into the media spotlight when Khloé Kardashian’s now-ex-boyfriend and father of her child Tristan Thompson kissed her as she left a party at his house. Woods, who before all this was Kylie Jenner‘s best friend, took a lot of vitriol as a result: The internet blew up with memes and angry tweets, and Woods’ relationship with the Kardashian-Jenner family took a turn.

Three months have come and gone since then, and it seems as though the drama has finally come to an end. All signs point to the fact that Jordyn and Kylie, who once lived together in Jenner’s Hidden Hills, California home (as documented on the reality show Life of Kylie), are no longer as close as they once were. In fact, Woods is fully moved out of Jenner’s home. According to TMZ, Woods swung by Jenner’s about a week and a half ago to pick up her things.

The outlet also reports that the two women are still amicable—and have been, it seems: They reportedly got lunch together in March. But they’re each doing their own thing now: Yesterday Kylie and her boyfriend Travis Scott got matching tattoos Stormi tattoos on their right arms.

And for Woods? She posted on Saturday night that she’s found a new place of her own—and she’s busy furnishing it.

Sophie Turner Says ‘Game of Thrones’ Fans Are Going to Be ‘Upset’ About Sansa Stark’s Fate

In a new Sunday Times magazine article, Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner touched on mental health, her relationship with her now-husband Joe Jonas, and the series finale of GoT, which airs Sunday (May 19) on HBO. Specifically, she dropped a rare hint about how everything will wrap up for her character, Sansa Stark—and to be honest, it’s hard to know what to make of it.

Fans are still in shock from last week’s episode, which had a massive twist that left viewers reeling and wondering how it will all end (no spoilers here about all that, but feel free to read more on that here). As the end of the series approaches, Turner told the UK-based paper that the ending of the 8-year long television show was “satisfying” for her. However, there’s a huge “but” in there for the rest of us.

Stark’s long been considered a contender to take the throne—as is Daenerys, Jon Snow, and Arya. And while she’s definitely not giving anything away with her statement on the ending, it does leave us wondering. “It’s a great ending, from my perspective, it’s very satisfying,” she told The Sunday Times magazine. “But I think a lot of people will be upset too.”

We might not know exactly what’s happening, but at least one person outside of the cast does: Turner told the outlet that she spilled the beans to Jonas—much to his chagrin.

“I’ve just told Joe. But he’s so mad at me—he loves the show!” she said. “Well, I have to tell someone, otherwise I’ll burst.”

This isn’t the first time Turner’s dropped hints about tonight’s episode. She told 60 Minutes earlier this year that “some people will be satisfied, others not so much.”

Luckily, we only have to wait a few more hours to find out exactly what’s going to go down in Westeros.

Sophie Turner Says ‘Game of Thrones’ Are Going to Be ‘Upset’ About Sansa Stark’s Fate

In a new Sunday Times magazine article, Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner touched on mental health, her relationship with her now husband Joe Jonas, and the series finale of GoT, which airs Sunday (May 19) on HBO. Specifically, she dropped a rare hint about how everything will wrap up for her character, Sansa Stark—and to be honest, it’s hard to know what to make of it.

Fans are still in shock from last week’s episode, which had a massive twist that left viewers reeling and wondering how it will all end (no spoilers here about all that, but feel free to read more on that here). As the end of the series approaches, Turner told the UK-based paper that the ending of the 8-year-long television show was “satisfying” for her. However, there’s a huge “but” in there for the rest of us.

Sansa has long been considered a contender to take the throne—as is Daenerys, Jon Snow, and Arya. And while Turner’s definitely not giving anything away with her statement on the ending, it does leave us wondering. “It’s a great ending, from my perspective, it’s very satisfying,” she told The Sunday Times magazine. “But I think a lot of people will be upset too.”

We might not know exactly what’s happening, but at least one person outside of the cast does: Turner told the outlet that she spilled the beans to Jonas—much to his chagrin.

“I’ve just told Joe. But he’s so mad at me—he loves the show!” she said. “Well, I have to tell someone, otherwise I’ll burst.”

This isn’t the first time Turner has dropped hints about tonight’s episode. She told 60 Minutes earlier this year that “some people will be satisfied, others not so much.”

Luckily, we only have to wait a few more hours to find out exactly what’s going to go down in Westeros.

Sophie Turner Hints At Sansa Stark’s Fate Ahead of GOT Series Finale

In a new Sunday Times magazine article, Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner touched on mental health, her relationship with her now-husband Joe Jonas, and the series finale of GoT, which airs Sunday (May 19) on HBO. Specifically, she dropped a rare hint about how everything will wrap up for her character, Sansa Stark—and to be honest, it’s hard to know what to make of it.

Fans are still in shock from last week’s episode, which had a massive twist that left viewers reeling and wondering how it will all end (no spoilers here about all that, but feel free to read more on that here). As the end of the series approaches, Turner told the UK-based paper that the ending of the 8-year long television show was “satisfying” for her. However, there’s a huge “but” in there for the rest of us.

Stark’s long been considered a contender to take the throne—as is Daenerys, Jon Snow, and Arya. And while she’s definitely not giving anything away with her statement on the ending, it does leave us wondering. “It’s a great ending, from my perspective, it’s very satisfying,” she told The Sunday Times magazine. “But I think a lot of people will be upset too.”

We might not know exactly what’s happening, but at least one person outside of the cast does: Turner told the outlet that she spilled the beans to Jonas—much to his chagrin.

“I’ve just told Joe. But he’s so mad at me—he loves the show!” she said. “Well, I have to tell someone, otherwise I’ll burst.”

This isn’t the first time Turner’s dropped hints about tonight’s episode. She told 60 Minutes earlier this year that “some people will be satisfied, others not so much.”

Luckily, we only have to wait a few more hours to find out exactly what’s going to go down in Westeros.

SNL’s Leslie Jones Unloads on the Alabama Senators Who Voted to Criminalize Abortion

Saturday Night Live cast member Leslie Jones took on Alabama’s new anti-abortion law last night during the show’s “Weekend Update” segment—and she didn’t hold back on condemning it.

Jones joined co-anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che decked out as a handmaid from The Handmaid’s Tale in a red robe and bonnet. After joking that her name is now “Ofjost,” she then ripped off her costume to display a black T-shirt that had “mine” written on it along with an arrow pointing down. What followed was a powerful, yet comical, take on the newly passed Alabama legislation that makes performing an abortion at any stage of a pregnancy a felony.

“You can’t control women. Because, I don’t know if y’all heard, but women are the same as humans. And I’m Leslie ‘Dracarys’ Jones!” she said. “I mean, why do all of these weird-ass men care what women do with their bodies?”

She then showed a photo of all 25 of the white male Senators who voted for the legislation and said, “This looks like the mugshots of everyone arrested at a massage parlor,” Jones said. “And if any of them had lips, I would tell them to kiss my entire ass.”

Jones then went on to say, “The fact that nine states are doing this means this really is a war on women.” She then made it clear that anyone feeling alone or scared is not alone.

She concluded her compelling bit on the segment with a “Dracarys” command, which is what Emilia Clarke’s character Daenerys uses on her dragons to release fire.

Watch the entire segment below:

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’ Coordinating Cannes Outfits Deserve Their Own Award

For a couple who had their first encounter at the Met Gala in 2017—and multiple wedding receptions in December—it only makes sense for Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra to continue to pull out all of the stops when it comes to joint red-carpet appearances. After returning to the Met red carpet as a married couple earlier this month, they’ve continued to impress us with their outfits both on and off the red carpet. And this year’s 72nd Cannes Film Festival is no exception for Priyanka and Jonas, who just made their debut on the red carpet there.

But we’re not only talking about their red-carpet looks at Cannes—they’re killing it during their downtime, too. Priyanka posted a picture of them heading out Friday afternoon in a light blue silk maxi dress with a belt and hat while Nick coordinated in a casual off-white suit and sneakers.

Next up was the annual Chopard party that night: Priyanka wore a lavender scalloped Fendi couture dress with a pair of structured white heels by Fendi, too. Nick looked handsome in another classic choice: a tux featuring a luxe velvet jacket.

And yes, they’re still being adorable.

Of course, this being Cannes, there was a full schedule for the evening—and the two managed to change up their looks between the Chopard event and Vanity Fair-hosted afterparty. The result? This coordinating metallic look, with Chopra’s sparkling chainmail-effect gown by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, a designer she’s worn in the past.

And for the Saturday-night premiere of Les Plus Belles Annees D’Une Vie, the two didn’t hold back on some straight-up glamour. Priyanka paired her tulle Georges Hobeika gown with a Chopard necklace and Chopard drop earrings. Nick coordinated once again with his wife in a crisp white tux. Honestly, this look deserves a few photos.

The back is gorgeous, too—check out that train.

If wearing coordinating killer red-carpet outfits is Nick and Priyanka’s love language, let’s just say we’re not mad about it.

Barry’s Sarah Goldberg: I’ll Never Get Used to the Red Carpet, But This Trick Helps

“What’s your name, honey?” someone yells.

“This way!”

“Over here.”

“Full frontal!”

“Over the shoulder. Smile!!!!!

My retinas are burnt—I hope not permanently—but I can make out a wall of people, mainly men, screaming at me from behind the aggressive flashing of their bulbs. I know I’m not supposed to blink or smile too hard, but I can’t keep the face I rehearsed in the mirror in place. In fact, I think I’ve developed a facial twitch. My hands seem to have traveled up to my hips, where they are clutching tightly at my body in a vain search for some kind of eject button. I am confident I have the lip outline of the mother of the groom and my tit tape is threatening early retirement. I pray my sudden paralysis will read as composure. Then, suddenly, the conveyor belt moves and I’m chucked out the end, where a beautiful girl in blue hands me a Fiji water. I detect an ounce of pity on her face as she scratches in between her teeth, urgently suggesting I do the same.

When I decided to become an actor, I didn’t know I was going to have to “do carpets.” (“She’ll go. She’ll do the carpet.”) My concerns were much more immediate. Would I find work? Would I be able to pay my rent? Would I ever meet Dianne Wiest?

I went to drama school in London, where we rolled around like animals, found our inner clowns, laughed and cried into actual walls, climbed over imaginary ones, and played characters forty years older than us in accents we simply couldn’t do. The humiliation was bottomless. I have a degree in it. But no amount of roaming on all fours and no cacophony of faux Liverpudlian accents could have prepared me for the specific experience of the red carpet. Actually, they are rarely red these days. They come in an array of colors: blue, green, taupe….shame.

This past award season was my first. There were many surprises. (Failed tit tape was sadly not one of them.) There were the protestors with signs telling me to burn in hell, the vehicle bomb checks carried out by men with large machine guns, and the port-a-loos! (Big award season takeaway is that if you tell actors there’s a trophy we will queue in a parking lot and pee in a port-a-loo. Is Nicole Kidman really using the port-a-loo?) I don’t know what I was expecting when it came to the actual carpets, but the scale and volume of them were dizzying.

I felt vulnerable, anxious, and totally exposed. I resented the expectation of women to show up looking perfect after hours of preparation, while the men could simply throw on a suit. (An imbalance not unique to my profession, but the carpet acts like an exaggerated microcosm of the scrutiny women face on a daily basis.) Not to mention the sadomasochistic next day Google of cruel captions about a dress I can’t actually afford in real life.

I am one of the luckiest people alive to be able to pay my rent from a job I actually love doing, so if walking down a burnt orange rug in shoes designed by Beelzebub is the worst of it, I can’t complain. Nonetheless, the anxiety is real and I had to find a way to navigate—even enjoy—the whole circus. At one particularly intimidating event (after my eye sight returned and the shot of tequila I drank en route set in) I realized that the only way forward was to embrace the chaos and tie it to my real job as an actor: telling stories. So I started coming up with characters to match the evening’s attire. Now I let whoever I am playing that night “do” the carpet for me.

Below, a few of the women who got me through.

8 TV Shows and Movies to Watch the Week of May 19, 2019

This week’s slate of new TV shows and movies isn’t exactly robust, but what’s coming out is so, so good. For one, there’s Booksmart, which is the female version of Superbad you’ve been waiting for since…well, after you saw Superbad. There’s also a new, high-stakes series on Netflix starring Renée Zellweger and the second season of Vida. So what are you waiting for? Put your plans on hold and get to watching.

Below, all the TV shows and movies to keep an eye out for this week.

Meghan’s New Life: The Real Princess Diaries: One year after her royal wedding to Prince Harry, Lifetime examines Meghan Markle’s new life as Duchess of Sussex. 10 P.M. ET on Lifetime

The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special 2019: This annual special features a brand-new “Carpool Karaoke” segment with Celine Dion, which is all the motivation you need to tune in. 10 P.M. ET on CBS

Wanda Sykes: Not Normal: This comedy pro touches on politics, reality TV, and racism in this new standup special for Netflix. Streaming on Netflix

Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s All in the Family and The Jeffersons: A star-studded tribute to Norman Lear in which actors will recreate episodes of All in the Family and The Jeffersons. Kerry Washington, Ellie Kemper, and Will Ferrell are just three of the A-listers slated to appear. 8 P.M. ET on ABC

Vida: Season two of this critically-acclaimed series, about two sisters who discover their late mom was having a relationship with a woman, kicks off tonight. And it’s as electric as ever. 9 P.M. ET on Starz

What/If: There’s so much intrigue surrounding this new anthology series starring Renée Zellweger. Watch the trailer, below, and you’ll also be hooked. Streaming on Netflix

Booksmart: Olivia Wilde directs this fresh and funny coming-of-age film about two girls (Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein) who vow to have one reckless night in their hometown before leaving for college. In theaters

Practical Magic: This classic, witchy tale starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman never fails, so go ahead and watch it on Hulu before it’s too late. Leaving Hulu on May 31

‘Barry’ star Sarah Goldberg: ‘I’ll Never Get Used to the Red Carpet, But This Trick Helps’

“What’s your name, honey?” someone yells.

“This way!”

“Over here.”

“Full frontal!”

“Over the shoulder. Smile!!!!!

My retinas are burnt—I hope not permanently—but I can make out a wall of people, mainly men, screaming at me from behind the aggressive flashing of their bulbs. I know I’m not supposed to blink or smile too hard, but I can’t keep the face I rehearsed in the mirror in place. In fact, I think I’ve developed a facial twitch. My hands seem to have traveled up to my hips, where they are clutching tightly at my body in a vain search for some kind of eject button. I am confident I have the lip outline of the mother of the groom and my tit tape is threatening early retirement. I pray my sudden paralysis will read as composure. Then, suddenly, the conveyor belt moves and I’m chucked out the end, where a beautiful girl in blue hands me a Fiji water. I detect an ounce of pity on her face as she scratches in between her teeth, urgently suggesting I do the same.

When I decided to become an actor, I didn’t know I was going to have to “do carpets.” (“She’ll go. She’ll do the carpet.”) My concerns were much more immediate. Would I find work? Would I be able to pay my rent? Would I ever meet Dianne Wiest?

I went to drama school in London, where we rolled around like animals, found our inner clowns, laughed and cried into actual walls, climbed over imaginary ones, and played characters 40 years older than us in accents we simply couldn’t do. The humiliation was bottomless. I have a degree in it. But no amount of roaming on all fours and no cacophony of faux Liverpudlian accents could have prepared me for the specific experience of the red carpet. Actually, they are rarely red these days. They come in an array of colors: blue, green, taupe…shame.

This past awards season was my first. There were many surprises. (Failed tit tape was sadly not one of them.) There were the protestors with signs telling me to burn in hell, the vehicle bomb checks carried out by men with large machine guns, and the port-a-loos! (Big awards season takeaway is that if you tell actors there’s a trophy, we will queue in a parking lot and pee in a port-a-loo. Is Nicole Kidman really using the port-a-loo?) I don’t know what I was expecting when it came to the actual carpets, but the scale and volume of them were dizzying.

I felt vulnerable, anxious, and totally exposed. I resented the expectation of women to show up looking perfect after hours of preparation, while the men could simply throw on a suit. (An imbalance not unique to my profession, but the carpet acts like an exaggerated microcosm of the scrutiny women face on a daily basis.) Not to mention the sadomasochistic next day google of cruel captions about a dress I can’t actually afford in real life.

I am one of the luckiest people alive to be able to pay my rent from a job I actually love doing, so if walking down a burnt orange rug in shoes designed by Beelzebub is the worst of it, I can’t complain. Nonetheless, the anxiety is real and I had to find a way to navigate—even enjoy—the whole circus. At one particularly intimidating event (after my eyesight returned and the shot of tequila I drank en route set in), I realized that the only way forward was to embrace the chaos and tie it to my real job as an actor: telling stories. So I started coming up with characters to match the evening’s attire. Now I let whoever I am playing that night “do” the carpet for me.

Below, a few of the women who got me through.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Shared Never-Before-Seen Royal Wedding Photos to Mark Their First Anniversary

It’s hard to believe, but Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tied the knot in their gorgeous royal wedding at Windsor Castle one year ago today (Sunday, May 19). It was the wedding viewed ’round the world, with an estimated 1.9 billion people worldwide tuning in for the nuptials. Now, to mark their first anniversary, the royal couple have shared a video via their Instagram account, complete with never-before-seen pictures from the event and reception, including some behind-the-scenes pictures that will make you feel some major feels all over again.

“Happy one year anniversary to Their Royal Highnesses, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex!,” the caption reads. “Today marks the one year anniversary of the wedding of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Their Royal Highnesses exchanged vows at St George’s Chapel within the grounds of Windsor Castle on May 19th, 2018.”

The caption also includes a message from Harry and Meghan: “Thank you for all of the love and support from so many of you around the world. Each of you made this day even more meaningful.”

The designer of Markle’s wedding gown, Givenchy’s Clare Waight Keller, also posted an Instagram with a montage of moments from the royal wedding. “Happy Anniversary to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex 💛,” she wrote. “Watching this clip again exactly a year later all the emotions of this day come flooding back…….every moment from the instant she stepped out of the car and I walked over to arrange the dress and veil, to the roar of the crowds, the sound of the trumpets. That special moment when she looked back to me to see if the veil was ready and admire the crowd.”

“Then you can see me as I went up the side of the steps to St George’s Chapel and slipped in to the right of the aisle for the final arrangement of the dress as they shut the gates to start the service,” she continued. “The way the sunlight was just so perfect in the Chapel that day 💛 Her smile. A day and an event in my life I will never forget, it was truly so extraordinarily beautiful and an honour and privilege to be part of a moment in history and their lives. Truly humbling x x”

And just because we can’t get enough, let’s just take a moment to look back on the day.

Frankly, any excuse to relive the royal wedding is a good one—especially if it’s a milestone occasion like this. Happy anniversary to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex!