Corinne Foxx Drops Her Skin-Care Routine

At night, I go back and forth between using a retinol and The Ordinary Lactic Acid and HA serum. I’m not going to lie, I don’t entirely know what it does—I think it exfoliates?—but I feel like it’s doing something positive to my skin. [Editor’s note: Lactic acid is an AHA and does, indeed, exfoliate.] Once again, it was a Hyram recommendation, so I just went with it. Whatever it does, it does it gently and leaves my dry skin softer and smoother.

Drunk Elephant C-Firma Vitamin C Day Serum

$80

Drunk Elephant

The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + HA

My Retinol

I love retinol. I’ve been using it for maybe about two years now. I’ve switched around brands and lately I’m really into the Drunk Elephant A-Passioni Retinol Cream. I use it every other night, switching on and off with the lactic acid. I feel like now that I’m in my late twenties, I have to start doing a lot of preventative things. I don’t have wrinkles yet, but I feel like using retinol is actively helping me prevent them. 

You definitely have to build up to using it, though, which I did with my facialist. She taught me how to incorporate it into my routine. I started only using it a few times a week, then slowly added it in until I got to every other night. Since I’m not using it every single night, my skin gets a little bit of a break, so I don’t have to do all the buffering. My facialist also told me to only use a dime-sized amount and start at the edge of my face, moving toward the center. That way if there’s any irritation, it’s less likely to be as bad in the center of your face.

Drunk Elephant A-Passioni Retinol Cream

$74

Sephora

My Moisturizers

My moisturizer is also from Youth to the People. It’s super cute. It has hyaluronic acid in it, which is good at pulling moisture into your skin. I learned that from Hyram again! It’s pretty light, though, so if I want something a little bit heavier, I’ll sub in CeraVe’s Moisturizing Cream to really seal in hydration. But I also like to pair the Youth to the People cream with the brand’s Glow Oil at night to help boost it a little. 

Youth to the People Superfood Air-Whip Moisturizer

$48

Sephora

CeraVe Moisturizing Cream

Youth to the People Maqui & Acai Prickly Pear Goji Glow Oil

$44

Youth to the People

My Eye Cream

I just ran out of my Biossance Squalane and Peptide Eye Gel and need to get more. I have really big eyes, and in the morning I’ll sometimes look like I was in a wrestling match. I’ll have these huge, huge bags. Which is why I love this gel. It’s kind of cooling, especially in the morning when I’m groggy and in need of a little pick me up.

Biossance Squalane + Peptide Eye Gel

$54

Sephora

My Ice Roller

Whenever I’m extra, extra puffy in the morning—or if I have to be on camera for anything—that’s when the ice roller comes out. I feel like it helps with a little bit of contouring. And it definitely helps with cleaning those lymphatic systems to help bring down puffiness. My facialist Rochelle Rudolph recommended it to me.

Esarora Ice Roller

My Sunscreen

I’d been switching back and forth between sunscreens because I just hadn’t found one that I loved. Sometimes they’re too sticky. Sometimes they’re too shiny. So Dr. Jart’s Every Sun Day Mineral Sunscreen is a new find that I’m very excited about. It’s got SPF 50, which my dermatologist told me I should be using to minimize those little dark spots. I love it. It doesn’t go on sticky. It doesn’t create that cast I hate with sunscreen, especially if I have photo shoots. It goes on and blends really easily. And I love that it’s a mineral sunscreen. I’m going to stick with it. 

Dr. Jart+ Every Sun Day Mineral Sunscreen SPF 50+

$39

Sephora

My Acne Stickers

I don’t worry about blemishes all that often, but literally this week I had like two pimples pop up, which is very abnormal for me. I found these little stickers from Peace Out that everybody is obsessed with. They’re fun to put on. And they really work! It’s funny because I was wearing one once and my boyfriend came over, and I was like, Oh, you can’t even tell this is on me. How cool is this? And he was like, No, I can see that… I thought I was being really sly because the color blended so with my skin. Woops.

Peace Out Salicylic Acid Acne Healing Dots

$19

Peace Out

My Red Light Device

I got the Light Stim for Christmas, and I’ve really been into it, especially since I’m not getting facials these days. I sit on my couch and plug it in, and I’ll hold it on my forehead and my face for about three minutes or so. It’s supposed promote collagen production and prevent signs of aging. I don’t exactly know how much it works—I think it’s one of those things you’ll be able to tell after a long period of time—but it’s really fun to do. 

LightStim for Wrinkles

$249

Sephora

My Lip Balm

I’ve been using Aquaphor ever since I read an article that said Beyoncé uses it. Although, I think she uses it under her eyes. I figured if it’s good enough for Beyoncé, it’s good enough for me. I have a tube in every single one of my bags. I also really love Kopari’s Coconut Lip Balm. It feels super silky and not sticky at all. 

Aquaphor Lip Balm

$4

Aquaphor

Kopari Coconut Lip Glossy

$13

Sephora

See Corinne Foxx’s new series, Dad Stop Embarrassing Me, on Netflix starting April 14. 

21 Plus-Size Bras That Are as Comfy as They Are Cute

Shopping for plus-size fashion, especially when it came to intimates and lingerie, used to be incredibly — and annoyingly — difficult. Finding the best bras for plus-size women, namely ones that were both stylish and comfortable, felt like an impossible task. Sure, you could find bras that got the job done, but they’d usually lean towards grandma status (no offense to all the abuelas, bubbes, and lolas out there).

Thankfully, these days there are many more lingerie brands that believe plus-size bra-wearers should have just as many options as anyone else. Not it’s almost like having too much of a good thing, with so many worthy options to choose from. So, to make your shopping as easy as possible, we found the best plus-size bras for every situation and preference, and even searched the review sections to support our case, so to speak. Whether you’ve been looking for a balconette that’s comfy enough to make you forget you’re wearing a bra or a sexy style that will make you feel like an Old Hollywood film star, we got you covered.

Ahead, shop 21 of the best bras for plus-size women that are so cute, you’ll be hard-pressed to checkout with just one. 

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Versed Guards Up Sunscreen Is the Only SPF I’m Excited to Use

The importance of wearing SPF is undeniable—as is getting eight hours of sleep, eating your veggies every day, and making sure to carve out space to prioritize your mental health. I do none of these things consistently. 

I know, I know, as a beauty editor, at the very least I should be wearing sunscreen every day. You don’t have to tell me twice (I’ll leave that to my dermatologist). Despite the knowledge that sunscreen not only protects me from cancer, but signs of aging, environmental stress, and hyperpigmentation, I’ve never been able to find a sunscreen that checks all my boxes. So I went without, unless I was expecting myself to be in the sun for a long period of time—I’m not a total monster. 

That is, until I discovered Versed’s Guards Up Mineral Sunscreen last spring. I’m really into the brand in general, and I was intrigued by the cheerful yellow packaging. I was also committed to getting in the SPF groove during quarantine, so I made a promise to myself to wear it daily.

I didn’t have to force myself for much longer, as it quickly turned into a product I was actually excited to use. I’m not alone, as it won a Glamour Beauty Award in the Reader’s Choice category this year. Cute packaging aside—which is made of 79% post-consumer plastic—it has the most perfect texture for an SPF I’ve ever found. 

It’s oil-free, so great for my acne-prone skin, but still feels creamy and luxurious. Depending on the season I layer it on top of a moisturizer, or use it in place of one since it has moisturizing moringa seed extract. Despite the yummy texture, it doesn’t leave any greasy residue or tack, just an almost-dewy finish that’s a perfect base for makeup. 

It’s a mineral sunscreen, which I usually can’t stand since they’re more likely to leave a white cast, but the formula is so sophisticated that it looks and feels like nothing. The lack of white cast could be attributed to the slight peach tint, which blends out to nothing on my pale skin, but leaves a pretty blurred finish, even with no makeup on top. 

I’ve also never had a problem with it breaking me out, which has been one of the main reasons I’ve historically avoided SPF. It layers under makeup beautifully with no pilling, and it has never stung my sensitive eyes. And most importantly, it feels so good on my skin, that I’m actually excited to use it every day. Consider me converted. 

Versed Guards Up Daily Mineral Sunscreen

Looking for more incredible product recommendations? Check out all 265 winners from the 2021 Glamour Beauty Awards. 

Bella Cacciatore is the beauty associate at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @bellacacciatore_.

Clarice Star Rebecca Breeds Says This Is How You Fall Asleep Without Having Nightmares

Rebecca Breeds—the star of CBS’s newest drama, Clarice—typically works 16 hour days, sometimes starting as early as 5 A.M. Today, she’s in the middle of a rare day off, but she’s certainly not taking it easy. “No, I’ve gone over both our finale scripts, went for a run, been for a COVID test and now I’m doing press. But, I am on the couch, so it’s lovely.”

The Australia native says that working on the Silence of the Lambs spin-off series sometimes makes it hard to unwind, and if you’ve seen even one of the show’s episodes, you can understand why. “Some days you don’t really switch off,” she says. “Clarice is so in the zone, she just lives for her job, and I feel like that’s what I’ve been doing while I’ve been playing her. It’s a funny parallel.”

Breeds wouldn’t trade it for the world—she says even while portraying Clarice’s trauma, she’s having the best time working on the show. “We all just have so much fun, and I find it so satisfying to watch the episodes when they air. I get nervous [for her], but I’m so proud of the work we’re doing.”

That includes the work Breeds is doing to make sure she stays strong and healthy. She follows the same routine each night, which includes preparing for the next day by making her morning smoothie at night and packing her work bag. “I am not an early bird,” she says with a laugh. 

The 33-year-old also relies on an elaborate skincare routine, which she says has actually been one of the perks of the job. “When I got the role, I was like, ‘That’s it, I’m investing in stuff I know I’m going to love and use!’ It’s your face, after all. It’s worth it!”

Here, Breeds walks us through how she falls asleep, from the candle that sets the mood to the “magic potions” that transform her skin. 

My go-to trick to help wind down

I always have low-lighting. When I get home, I only turn on the lamp lights. Growing up, I remember going to bed for me was always such a punishment because I’d hear my two older brothers laughing downstairs, and I was like, “Why do I have to go to bed just ‘cause I’m the youngest?” But now I view getting ready for bed and going to sleep as a way to nurture and take care of myself. 

My nighttime skincare essentials

My skin care routine is a part of how I wind down and puts me in the right headspace. Thankfully Clarice doesn’t wear a lot of makeup; she’s super natch, which I love. But still, you’ve got that foundation layer on, so one of the first things I do when I come home is wash my face. Most cleansers would dry out my face until I found this company called Oumere. The founder is a science genius and she has a product called Oil of Dissolution Theory that I use to take my makeup off, and it doesn’t strip my face of oils. It leaves it really soft and dewy, and it’s really gentle. I then use a microfiber cloth called Erase Your Face with lots of hot water to gently press down on my face and get the makeup off. 

Oumere Oil Dissolution Theory Cleanser

$100

Oumere

Erase Your Face Reusable Makeup Removing Cloth

$7$6

Amazon

Then I use Oumere’s No. 9 to exfoliate. It’s so good, my makeup artist was like, “What have you done? Your skin is like butter, it’s amazing!” So, yeah, No. 9 is a little piece of magic. 

Oumere No. 9 Daily Liquid Exfoliant

Then I use La Mer’s The Treatment Lotion, which helps make my face super nice and dewy. It’s a serum and it’s jam-packed with antioxidants. That’s my base layer and then that helps maximize the efficacy of the products I use after that. It’s an investment, but it lasts a really long time. Then I use the Oumere UV-R because I have hyperpigmentation on my face from sun damage, and it’s packed with vitamin C, antioxidants, and whatever other magic she puts in there!

La Mer The Treatment Lotion

$165

La Mer

Oumere UV-R Serum

$165

Oumere

Then I move on to Oumere’s eye serum since the skin around my eyes gets so dry. To help it absorb, I use Trees and Flower’s Roll It Away Eye Massage over it. It’s a metal ball applicator that massages essential oils in your skin. It’s so refreshing, it’s like a nice little kiss for your eyeballs. 

Oumere The Eye Serum

$160

Oumere

Trees and Flowers Roll It Away Eye Massage

$68

Trees and Flowers

Then I move on to my favorite facial moisturizing serum, Oumere’s Bioluminelle. It soaks in so quickly, it doesn’t leave you feeling slimy, which I really like. You just have to make sure you shake it really well.

Oumere Serum Bioluminelle

$190

Oumere

The skincare devices I swear by

Dr. Dennis Gross’s face steamer, which I thought looked like a really elaborate breast pump! But now I’m obsessed with it. It hydrates your face and opens up your pores so everything I apply on my face after absorbs better. Also, it just feels like a face hug. I use it every night for about three to five minutes once my face is clean and before I start my regimen. Then I use my Kora Organics Gua Sha Rose Quartz Heart and give my jaw and face a little massage. I always keep it in the fridge, which helps combat puffiness when I apply it to my face. 

Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Pro Facial Steamer

$149

Dr. Dennis Gross

Kora Organics Gua Sha Rose Quartz Heart

$58

Kora Organics

The candle that always makes me feel calm

One of my cast mates, Devyn Tyler, bought me a Harlem Candle, and they are the absolute bomb. So, whilst I’m doing my nighttime skincare routine, I light my little Harlem Candle and make a little self-love environment. The one I’ve currently got is Love, which has hints of rose and sandalwood. 

Harlem Candle Co. Love Candle

$60

Harlem Candle Co.

My pre-bed beverage

I always drink tea. I have fallen in love with camomile tea with vanilla and honey. It just feels calming and cuddly. 

Twinings of London Camomile, Honey & Vanilla Herbal Tea

The hand cream that’s never messy

Dr. Hauschka’s Rose Nurturing Body Cream. It is my favorite hand cream I’ve ever used. You can use it on your body, but I love using it as a hand cream because it actually absorbs without feeling too slippery. Plus, it smells divine. 

Dr. Hauschka Rose Nurturing Body Cream

What’s currently sitting on my nightstand

When I get into bed, I have a daily journal called 365 Science of the Mind: A Year of Daily Wisdom from Ernest Holmes, who I found through a friend. A lot of these teachings are the foundations of AA and any kind of rehabilitation and healing. The wisdom [in this book] are always really aspirational and encouraging. 

365 Science of Mind: A Year of Daily Wisdom

The PJs I look forward to putting on

I’ve lived in a lot of cold climates and I found a J.Crew red plaid pajama set that has long sleeves, long pants. It’s just classic, cozy, winter pajamas, and I love plaid. 

The robe I cozy up in

I have a purple robe that my brother gave me. It looks like a grandma robe, but I love it. It’s a brand called Peter Alexander, which is really big in Australia, and they’re fantastic. I call it my weekend uniform.

I sleep better at night knowing…

I don’t have to get up early in the morning. If I know I have like a 4 A.M. wake up call, then I find it hard to sleep because I’m anxious about the early wake up call, which is the worst thing! But when I’m when I’m struggling to fall asleep, Louise Hay has a bunch of affirmation quotes and one of them is just “all is well in my world,” so whenever I’m having the anxieties, I repeat that over and over again. That way you create calm in yourself, because whatever it is, you’ll figure it out tomorrow after you’ve had a great night’s sleep. You won’t be able to sleep if you spend all that worrying about it. 

Jessica Radloff is the Glamour West Coast editor. You can follow her on Instagram at @jessicaradloff14. 

What to Know About Daunte Wright, Who Was Fatally Shot By Police at a Traffic Stop

National Guard troops and Minnesota State Patrol officers arrived as reinforcement for local law enforcement. This mass deployment of resources to quell protests, compared to the systems in place that allowed an officer to shoot a man for apparently moving towards his own car, has not gone unnoticed.  

The shooting is painfully reminiscent of so many other instances when police officers shot and killed Black Americans. In 2016, Philando Castile was in the car with his girlfriend when he was pulled over by a police officer who later said that they “just look like people that were involved in a robbery.” Castile was shot and killed in his car. The police officer was found not guilty of charges of manslaughter. 

In 2015, police officer Michael Slager pulled over Walter Scott for a broken taillight. When Scott got out of his car and tried to run, Slager shot him eight times, then handcuffed him. Scott died, and in a rarity for police shooting cases, Slager pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and received a sentence of 20 years. 

That same year, Sandra Bland was pulled over in Southeast Texas by State Trooper Brian Encinia who, footage showed, announced that he was arresting her without clear reason and eventually tried to drag her from the car. She was jailed, and three days later, was found hanging in her cell. 

What are elected leaders saying? 

“My prayers are with the family. It’s really a tragic thing that happened,” President Biden said on Sunday night, calling for an investigation of the shooting. “There is absolutely no justification, none, for looting, no justification for violence,” he added. “Peaceful protests, understandable, and the fact is that, you know, we do know that the anger, pain and trauma that exists in the Black community in that environment is real, it’s serious and it’s consequential. But it will not justify violence and/or looting,” 

The President’s focus on looting instead of the fatal shooting of a Black man at the hands of the police is somewhat surprising, considering how Biden worked to appeal to Black Americans during his campaign. It is thanks to Black voters, who strongly supported the former vice president in the primary and national election, that Biden is president. 

Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliott, the first Black person to hold that office, had stronger words. “We are all collectively devastated and we have been for over a year now by the killing of George Floyd and that we continue to be distressed as we go through the Derek Chauvin trial,” Elliott said on Monday. “So having a police-involved shooting happen in our community and killing a young man is heartbreaking and just unfathomable.” Elliott tweeted that he spoke to Wright’s father, and “assured him that I will do everything to ensure justice is served.” 

What would “justice” mean? 

Castile, Slager, Bland, and so many others, were killed while driving. George Floyd was killed shortly after leaving a convenience store. And Breonna Taylor, only 26, was killed while sleeping in her own bed. It begs the question—can Black Americans ever feel safe and protected while police are empowered to stop, question, and even shoot civilians? Even Americans who have seen calls to “defund the police” or “abolish the police” as extreme may consider them more closely now. It’s clear that current levels of reform haven’t been able to stop the regular, repeated killings. 

Wright was shot by police at a traffic stop and died. He leaves behind siblings, parents, a girlfriend, and a baby son. Next, the officer who shot him, Potter, will be investigated, and she may be charged with a crime. But many activists are pointing out that the shooting and killing of Black Americans by law enforcement officers is a long-held pattern—the American police force is a modern invention, created to help plantation southern owners keep slaves captive.  

For now, Wright’s family and community continue to mourn, and protests continue to build. A GoFundMe has been set up for the family, and Minnesota groups have bail funds that take donations to help release jailed protesters. 

“I just need everyone to know that he is much more than this,” Katie Wright wept at a vigil for her son on Monday night. Friends, family, and former teachers spoke of Daunte Wright as a loving, happy person—a person who had his whole life ahead of him. 

Jenny Singer is a staff writer for Glamour. You can follow her on Twitter. 

Prince Philip at 36 Years Old Looked Exactly Like Prince Harry

The genes are strong in this family. In an old photo, the recently passed Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, bares a striking resemblance to his redheaded grandson, Prince Harry. 

The picture is actually the cover of a 1957 issue of Paris Match magazine. It captures Prince Philip in formal military attire, smiling and listening to a companion. The royal photographer for Getty Images, Chris Jackson, posted the old magazine to Instagram a few days after Prince Philip died, and commenters immediately picked up on the resemblance.

“Looks like Harry 🔥🙌” reads the top comment on the post. “Totally did a double take thinking it was Harry,” wrote someone else. And it’s easy to see why: the smile, the eyes, the beards. Super similar.

“I was reminded today of this incredible vintage @parismatch_magazine from 1957 I acquired a few years ago,” Jackson wrote in his caption. “I was blown away the minute I spotted it. It always reminds me of the unique, historic reference points that Royal photography provides. The front cover features a fantastically suave Prince Philip on tour with The Queen.” 

As noted by People, Prince Philip was around 36 at the time this photograph was taken, the same age Prince Harry is now. Both men served in their country’s military; Prince Philip enlisted to fight in World War II in 1939, and Prince Harry was twice deployed to Afghanistan during his decade in the service. 

Prince Harry, who is currently in the UK for his grandfather’s funeral service, recently remembered him in a heartfelt statement. He wrote, “My grandfather was a man of service, honour and great humour. He was authentically himself, with a seriously sharp wit, and could hold the attention of any room due to his charm—and also because you never knew what he might say next…master of the barbecue, legend of banter, and cheeky right ’til the end.”

Queer Eye’s Tan France and His Husband, Rob, Are Having a Baby

Check back here for updates on pregnant celebrities, expected babies, due dates, and so much more. 

So many celebrities announced in 2020 that they’re expecting babies. Victoria Monét! Emily Ratajkowski! Nicki Minaj! And I guarantee you we’ll see a similar amount of exciting baby announcements in 2021. Yes, my friends, the Hollywood baby boom continues

It started off strong in January with rumors that Emma Stone is expecting her first child with Dave McCary. And the news has kept flowing since then. 

Below, check out all the pregnant celebrities (and those who are expecting a baby by another route) that you’ll be hearing about in 2021. 

Nicole Kidman Says She Gives Keith Urban Pedicures Sometimes

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban, quietly one of the best A-list couples, apparently spend their pampering time together. In fact, Kidman gives her husband and their two daughters pedicures on the reg.

“[Urban’s] a pretty low-maintenance guy. Sometimes, though, I’ll treat my whole family to a spa day and massage their feet and give them pedicures,” she told InStyle. “[And then] I put my little bed socks on and wake up with the softest feet. I am so glamorous.” Beauty while you sleep? The ultimate time-saving hack. Of course Nicole Kidman has the best tips!

The Big Little Lies actor says she doesn’t want her beauty routine to eat up too much of her day. In fact, she does just five minutes in the morning and another five at night. “I’ve got to put my kids to bed and spend time with my husband,” she said. “I’m not going to sit there for an hour pampering myself.”

Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

But that doesn’t mean she can skimp on the essentials–or that her daughters, Sunday and Faith, are allowed to, either. She says of her motherly beauty advice, “I’m like, ‘You need to smell good, look good, take care of your skin, file your nails, and take care of your feet. Do it yourself; it’s your responsibility.’ It’s not just about hygiene; it’s about how they enter the world.”

Self-care is essential, if the last year has taught us anything. “I try to make myself presentable in the morning. It’s so easy not to even bother in quarantine, and I’ve been through periods like that before,” Kidman told InStyle. “I feel better inside when I decide to do my hair and put on a dress— not just my same old sweatpants or jeans.”

BRB, throwing on a suit and giving my cat a manicure. Nicole Kidman told me to!

Britney Spears Says She’s ‘Flattered’ People Are ‘Concerned’ About Her Life

Britney Spears appreciates the support. The pop star took to Instagram on April 12 to thank fans who are “concerned” about her life. 

If you don’t know, Spears’s conservatorship, which doesn’t give her full legal control of her life, became a national story in wake of the New York Times documentary Framing Britney Spears. Brit’s addressed the doc already, but it seems she has more to say. 

In her latest Instagram post (a video of herself looking into the camera in a garden), she wrote, “Happy to share especially with a world that is empathetic and concerned with my life … what can I say I’m FLATTERED.” 

In addition to her conservatorship, Framing Britney Spears examined the ways she was mistreated by the media. Celebrities, including her ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake, have issued apologies for the way they talked about her in the press in the early-aughts. Maybe  this is what Spears meant by “a world that is empathetic”: one that takes accountability.

She continued, “Here’s to another beautiful summer of popsicles and sunbathing ☀️☀️☀️😜😜😜 !!!” Brit, that is literally all we want.

In another Instagram post, Spears wrote, “I didn’t watch the documentary but from what I did see of it I was embarrassed by the light they put me in … I cried for two weeks and well …. I still cry sometimes !!!!” Of living in the spotlight, she wrote, “My life has always been very speculated … watched … and judged really my whole life !!!…It takes a lot of strength to TRUST the universe with your real vulnerability cause I’ve always been so judged… insulted… and embarrassed by the media… and I still am till this day 👎🏼👎🏼👎🏼 !!!!” 

But Spears is resilient. She and her boyfriend recently got vaccinated against COVID-19, and both seemed to be in great spirits. 

Aidy Bryant Is ‘Juggling a Lot of Nasty Boys’ in the First Full Trailer for Shrill Season 3

It’s time to say goodbye to Hulu‘s Shrill. The groundbreaking Aidy Bryant–led show is not coming back after season three, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  

The show centers on Annie (Bryant), a self-described fat woman who’s on a mission to change her life but not her body. For two seasons, we’ve watched her navigate life, love, and work, all in a body that the world tells her is wrong. And now we’re going to see the final chapter

At the end of season two, fans watched Annie step into her power by way of dumping her loser boyfriend, Ryan (Luka Jones), and demand better for herself when it comes to relationships—and life. Bryant posted on January 27 that the show’s final season is coming this spring.

Shrill has been one of the most creatively satisfying experiences of my life, a true labor of love for me and everyone who worked so hard on it,” Bryant said in a statement Wednesday, January 27, per THR. “We are incredibly proud of this upcoming third and final season and are so grateful to the audience who connected with this story. I am deeply honored to have worked so closely with the writers, cast, and crew to make Shrill while continuing my work at SNL, it is a time I will never forget. I have endless love for our crew in Portland, and I am excited to get back to New York and rejoin my other work family at SNL in the meantime.”

Here’s everything we know so far about what to expect in season three: 

Filming has already wrapped. Bryant shared an Instagram selfie in December 2020 with her costar, Lolly Adefope, who plays her best friend on the show. “That’s a wrap on @shrillhulu season 3! love this cast and crew more than I could ever explain. see you sooooon. 💕✨🌲”

The premiere date. Shrill season three will premiere May 7, the show confirmed in February, alongside a new teaser trailer: 

It will pick up after Annie dumped her ex. THR reveals Annie is “energized by her breakup with her dud boyfriend Ryan and her newfound momentum at work” and that she “feels like everything is finally falling into place for her.” 

“We feel incredibly lucky to have worked with the brilliant Aidy Bryant over the past three years to tell Annie’s story and we’re proud that Aidy and the team are able to reward fans with a perfect ending to the series,” says Hulu’s V.P. of content development, Billy Rosenberg. “Shrill has received well-deserved praise and acclaim and has been an important part of Hulu’s comedy brand. A huge congratulations and thank you to Aidy, [showrunner] Ali Rushfield, Lindy West, Lorne Michaels and Elizabeth Banks, and the entire teams at Broadway Video and Brownstone Productions.”