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Past articles by Dana:

Caleb Hearon Has The Perfect Response For When You’re Mad At Your Friends

After going viral on Twitter, comedian Caleb Hearon has a new job on Netflix's 'Big Mouth' spinoff 'Human Resources' and a new podcast, 'Keeping Records.' → Read More

At 28, Lisa Vanderpump Traveled The World & Went On Tour With The Rolling Stones

The former 'Beverly Hills' housewife reflects on her wild 20s, marrying Ken Todd, and learning to take herself less seriously. → Read More

Meet The Woman Behind The Last Decade's Most Important Films About Sexual Assault

From 'Allen v. Farrow' to 'On The Record,' Amy Ziering has produced some of the last decade's most important films about sexual assault. → Read More

18 Legendary TV Shows You Can Still Get Through Before The End Of Quarantine

The best long TV shows to watch in quarantine, recommended by Bustle's writers and editors. → Read More

11 Gift Ideas For The Ultimate Pop Culture Fan

These 11 gift ideas, from *the* 'Folkore' cardigan to a 'Real Housewives'-inspired glass set, will satisfy the pop culture fan in your life. → Read More

'Haunting Of Bly Manor' Star Victoria Pedretti On Anxiety, Fame & Smoking Weed

Pedretti, who plays Dani on 'Haunting of Bly Manor,' reflects on learning to comfort herself after inhabiting dark worlds. → Read More

Dan Levy's 'Coastal Elites' Character Reminded Him Of His Own Personal Reckoning

Dan Levy on his 'Coastal Elites' character, Mark Hesterman, and homophobia in Hollywood. → Read More

What Happened To Sleepover Movies?

The early 2000s were a boon for movies like 'Bring It On' and 'Mean Girls.' They were also a fluke. → Read More

Nick Offerman On Why Forest From ‘Devs’ Is More Like Ron Swanson Than You Think

During his All Rise comedy tour last November, I watched Nick Offerman deliver a perfectly deadpan rendition of "I'm Not Ron Swanson," a cheeky ode to his steak and scotch-loving Parks and Recreation character that reminds listeners, "If I had to… → Read More

The Penn Badgley Guide To Responsible Tweeting

It’s a dry January morning and Penn Badgley is a magnet for fuzz. A groomer on the set of our photoshoot takes a lint roller to his all-black sweatered torso, which seems to embarrass the 33-year-old actor, as if someone has wiped his nose or tied… → Read More

'Big Little Lies' Star Douglas Smith Takes On The Bustle Booth

When celebrities hang out with Bustle editors, we want to give them the chance to leave their mark. Literally. So we hand them a pen, a piece of paper, a few questions, and ask them to get creative. The rest is up to them. This time, Big Little Lies… → Read More

Can You Really Fall In Love On 'The Bachelor'? Contestants & Experts Weigh In

Have you ever wondered how unwitting contestants on The Bachelor seem to fall in love with someone they barely know on national television? We have too. As part of Behind Reality, Bustle's series exploring how reality TV gets made, we're talking to… → Read More

Here's How 'Queer Eye' Casts Its Heroes, Because They All Share One Essential Quality

The Fab Five are the unquestionable anchors of Queer Eye, but the true stars are its "heroes," a rotating crop of stretched-thin parents, selfless do-gooders, and other Middle America sweethearts who have either de-prioritized themselves or need a… → Read More

Daniel Radcliffe Is Happy To Be Alive Right Now

Either it's the cappuccino he downed moments before, or Daniel Radcliffe is really excited to be here. We're hunkered inside on a particularly frigid January morning, but the 29-year-old actor emanates warmth. There's an anxious energy that radiates… → Read More

The 2019 Grammys Gave Women The Stage They Deserve, But Can The Momentum Last?

Heading into Sunday night's 61st annual Grammy Awards, the bar wasn't especially high. The show has never been particularly strong when it comes to inclusivity, and despite this year's female-heavy Grammy nominations list, the academy has a track… → Read More

All The Songs In Alicia Keys’ 2019 Grammys Medley, Because There Were So Many New & Old Favorites

Amid her hosting duties at Sunday night's 2019 Grammy Awards, Alicia Keys took a moment to perform a rapid-fire medley of songs. She rotated through an eclectic array of new and old favorites, from mid-century classics like Nat King Cole's… → Read More

'YOU' Creator Sera Gamble Says The Show Isn't A Cautionary Tale For Women — It’s A Wake-Up Call For Men

Joe Goldberg is hiding in a shower. Beck, a woman he met mere days before, is gazing into the mirror beside him. He's broken in to ransack her apartment for clues she likes him — except that Beck came home early, so he's now standing motionless in… → Read More

Here's How Hollywood Treated #MeToo, & How It Influenced What We Watch, One Year Later

It's been just over a year since #MeToo sprung from a viral hashtag into a veritable movement, turning more than a decade of quiet, steadfast work into a culture-wide awakening. In the intervening months, powerful men have been made to answer for… → Read More

For Midge In 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' Season 2, Merely Existing Is A Radical Act

There's a scene early on in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 2 in which Midge, covered in mustard and drunk on martinis, trudges onstage and careens into one of her signature stream-of-consciousness rants. "The only thing I feel prepared to take on… → Read More

The New ‘Mamma Mia 2’ Trailer Has Fans Even More Hyped For The Musical Sequel — VIDEO

As if fans weren't already counting down the days until the movie's release, a new Mamma Mia 2 trailer has arrived to amp up anticipation. Sure, it's already been 10 years since the original, but after such a long wait, six more months can feel like… → Read More