Plus, festive fashion from Karlie Kloss, and a cool, court-side look from Zendaya. Check out the most stylish shots on Instagram this week.
Lilly Singh makes a Superwoman-worthy sandwich. Credits: Youtube.com Source: ELLE Canada
"I'm using fresh ingredients to make up for your expired thought process."
Lilly Singh has a question for her sexist trolls: why don't they know how to make their own sandwiches?
The Canadian YouTuber, a.k.a. IISuperwomanII, hit back at a hater who said they think women belong in the kitchen with a perfect tutorial, "How to Make a Sandwich for Sexists." The video is full of hilarious jokes – "the onion has layers... just like your insecurity" – and what looks like a pretty delicious sandwich.
Catch Singh's recipe below.
As a bit of a holiday season appropriate length purist, I generally don't go in for anything remotely Christmas-y before December 1.
But for Wes Anderson...I make an exception, especially when it involves Adrien Brody as a train conductor on an express journey to quirky, nostalgic, pleasantly retro Xmas joy. Particularly when it involves 'chocolate flavoured beverage with whipped topping'.
Also: This short film is a surprise release from the Royal Tenenbaums director, created to highlight H&M's Holiday collection, hence the abundance of train passengers in distinctly non-vintage flannel pyjama bottoms.
Warning: spoiler alerts ahead.
Here's the thing about good TV: you don’t realize how much you’ve missed it until it’s back on. That's why marathoning our way through six hours of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the LIfe this weekend was so bittersweet.
Not only did it go by too fast, we were also left with wayyyy too many unfinished plot lines, including the – SPOILER ALERT – jawdropper of an announcement from Rory that she’s pregnant.
So will there be more episodes? In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, said it all depends on the reaction to the reboot. "We really had a very specific journey in our minds and we fulfilled the journey. So to us, this is the piece that we wanted to do. And the whole thought about, 'Is there more, is there more, is there more?' — this has to go out into the universe now. We've got to put this to bed. And then whatever happens, happens."
We're more confused than Lorelai was watching Taylor Doose's musical.