High-profile besties: Tom Hardy calls his relationship with Prince Harry 'deeply private' but describes the royal as a 'f*ing legend'.
The existence of girl code has been called into question of late.
Mike and I had a six-year on-and-off history, and I recognized Kellie from the Facebook photos during one of our off periods. Clearly a bit tipsy, she leaned in: “I know Mike, too,” she said (his name and others have been changed throughout the story). Quickly I learned Kellie and I shared an impossible number of social Venn Diagram intersections.
2015 was the year of the celebrity Girl Squad. We’ve gawked as Taylor Swift and her gang of supermodels strut in combat lingerie in “Bad Blood,” admired Tavi Gevinson and her precocious and talented group of young feminists, envied Lena Dunham and her real life Girls, and Instagram-stalked Man Repeller Leandra Medine and her #GirlBoss clique. It appears that female friendships — and finding a sisterhood of your own — has never had a stronger or more media-hungry moment, but even before hashtags existed, female friendships were prominent in pop culture. This week, the cast of the 1995 film based on Ann M.
I, for one, had internalized so many messages from parents, teachers, TV, and movies about the importance of friendship that I was prone to overthinking it. I had some good friends, but I was still struggling to form those few magical bonds that were supposed to last a lifetime.
Taylor Swift is no stranger to boyfriends, but there won’t be one accompanying the singer to the Grammys on Sunday. Instead, she took to Instagram to share with all her Swifties that her childhood BFF, Abigail Anderson, will be joining her. Swift posted this picture on Instagram to announce that Anderson would be joining her at the Grammy Awards. Anderson attended Kansas University on a swimming scholarship.