Dylan Sprouse’s Quotes About Quarantining With Barbara Palvin Are Relatable AF — EXCLUSIVE

While the coronavirus pandemic is taking away some of the simple pleasures in life, like hitting up happy hour or going out to eat, there’s some comfort in knowing everyone is in this together. Even your favorite stars are bored in their houses right now. Take Dylan Sprouse, whose quotes about quarantining with Barbara Palvin are the definition of relatable.

"Everything has been all right here," Dylan Sprouse tells Elite Daily from his home in New York City. "We’ve been playing a lot of video games, watching a lot of television and film, and just enjoying the time together, actually."

Sprouse seems to be staying pretty positive about the situation, calling social distancing with his girlfriend Palvin "nice, because normally we’re flying all over the place." The actor and model began dating in June of 2018, and the two have been the stuff of #relationshipgoals ever since. Between their busy careers, it makes sense quality time would be hard to come by. So with filming productions and events canceled, now they’ve got nothing but time.

So, what sort of stuff are Sprouse and Palvin getting into? Turns out, it’s a lot of Nintendo. "Animal Crossing is a game that everyone is playing right now because of quarantine. That’s just, like, one of my favorite games in the world," Sprouse says.

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The game has even inspired him to conduct some research. "[I] love animal biology … Animal Crossing taught me about a new fish I never heard about before called the ‘barreleye,’ which apparently has a translucent skull," he says excitedly. "I was just ecstatic to read about something I didn’t know about like that."

Sprouse has also taken to unarchiving past social media posts in the name of pleasing his fans (and likely boredom). He’s also adding some choice new photo to his feed, and they’re pretty damn amusing.

If you think you’re showing symptoms of coronavirus, which include fever, shortness of breath, and cough, call your doctor before going to get tested. If you’re anxious about the virus’s spread in your community, visit the CDC for up-to-date information and resources, or seek out mental health support. You can find all Elite Daily’s coverage of coronavirus here.

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I’m Sexting My Ex While In Quarantine During The Coronavirus Outbreak

"All of my friends are having quarantine sex ☹," I texted my ex as the coronavirus outbreak began to grow more severe in mid-March.

Honestly, I didn’t know if this was even remotely true, but I was hoping it would strike up a conversation.

“Now I’m all hot and bothered,” I added.

“That makes two of us," he wrote back.

Why am I sexting my ex during the coronavirus pandemic? Two weeks prior, he had passed through where I live in Cambridge, Massachusetts, while on tour with his band. We slept together twice. See, I don’t do well when it comes to dating. I’m brusque, irascible, and generally combative with most interactions, romantic or otherwise. I’d like to blame this on the traumatic brain injury I suffered in 2015, but in truth, I’ve always been this way. It may go without saying, but I’m single — and it’s by choice. It’s not often I encounter people I like or get along with outside of a professional capacity. And even when I do, I’m not the easiest person to be with — hence why my ex is my ex. But we’re friends.

I’m immunocompromised and disabled, which adds some complications to romantic relations in general (even though it shouldn’t), but even more so during a pandemic. To avoid inadvertently lying by omission, I have to explain a lot, and I’m just tired and don’t want to do it. Being disabled is a big part of my identity and undoing people’s preconceived notions of what that means is quite an undertaking. Especially via text.

“If I were there, we wouldn’t wear clothes for two weeks," my ex texted.

I laughed at the specificity — the exact time frame initially given for bars (his place of work) to close as mandated by the governor of California (his place of residence and my home state).

“I’m getting pretty sick of this nonsense," he added. "I’m almost tempted to just fly out and stay with you for a couple weeks.”

“I’m tempted to encourage you 😏,” I responded, 100% certain he didn’t mean it.

If he really did that, it would be a bad idea. He’d likely kill me.

A few days later, the college where I teach writing moved to distance learning. My students returned to China and entered mandatory quarantines. The death toll rose exponentially in Italy. More cases of the coronavirus were confirmed near Boston and Cambridge. I set aside the statistics and apocalyptic news I had been combing through and texted my ex, “Whenever you have a free hand, I vote you text me sexual things.”

Three minutes later, my phone lit up. “I can’t wait to go down on you. The thought of making your perfect p*ssy soaking wet drives me crazy," he wrote. As I read, another text appeared. “I also can’t stop thinking about my hard c*ck in your mouth.”

I’d be lying if I said I was good at talking dirty — or multitasking — but I was pleased with what he was saying and wanted to reciprocate.

“This is very good,” I began, stupidly, as I started to begin taking advantage of the sexual material at hand.

Almost encouragingly, another text came through. “I just started stroking it.”

“I need to be railed,” I wrote back. I laughed — I felt dumb and aroused all at once.

“I’ll fill you with my d*ck and c*m on your beautiful porcelain tits.”

What the fuck? I rolled over onto my side. I was having issues stringing words together and this guy was writing perverted poetry. As I tried to think of something clever and seductive to say, another message rolled in.

“Your head is seriously the best I’ve ever had. I think about it regularly and have to hide my raging hard-on.”

That’s actually kind of sweet, I thought. I managed to reply, “Sorry, I’m bad at multitasking."

“Pic please? I really want to c*m to you.”

Now that I could do. Figuring he’d want an action shot and I was close to finishing anyway, I snapped a selfie at the climactic moment to send him. I’d never really seen my orgasm face before, so I sent it with the caption, “Sorry, I just came and that’s my O-face.”

Realizing this might not be the sexiest of texts to send, I snapped a full-body photo sans face and sent that along, too. A few minutes later, he texted back.

“Your face is really all I needed. I didn’t even make it to the second one, but thank you nonetheless.”

When I went to bed, I realized I felt better. Sexting had taken my mind off of everything going wrong with the United States’ healthcare system and government response to the pandemic. I felt calmer, more at ease — at least for that moment.

As the week went on, we kept exchanging flirtatious texts. They helped ease my nerves in between the interviews I was conducting for articles and essays about COVID-19. After a particularly long day full of work, I fired off the message, “I’m too exhausted tonight, but Imma hit you up tomorrow evening for…research… 😏”

About a half hour later, a text message arrived: “I’ll try to have some new material.”

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14 Date Night Movies To Watch On Netflix During The Coronavirus Outbreak

Doing your part to help “flatten the curve” on the spread of the coronavirus means snuggling up with your SO at home on a Friday night rather than going out for dinner or a concert. After the snacks have been prepped and the wine has been poured, however, the question inevitably becomes: what to watch? There are a slew of date night movies to watch on Netflix while you’re social distancing like pros — and to make your life easier, I’ve rounded up some of the best options.

The challenge, of course, is finding a flick that you’ll both be into. I can’t count how many times my partner and I have scrolled through the countless choices on Netflix, eyes glazing over — until finally, after wasting 25 minutes on our desperate search, we settle on another episode of our ol’ trusty standby: The Office (neither of us, as it turns out, can say no to Dwight Schrute’s antics). Fortunately for you, I’ve done some digging through the endless array of rom-coms, Oscar-winning dramas, eye-opening documentaries, action movies, and other genres to find those gems that just might appeal to both of you. Because if you’re too terrified to watch Bird Box and your partner refuses to give The Kissing Booth a chance, you both deserve a solid compromise.

Whether you’re looking for a LOL-worthy dramedy that will provide a much-needed distraction during these distressing times or a psychological thriller that you can discuss for hours after it’s over, here are the films you’ll want to add to your queue on date night.

"Hit & Run"

If you’re convinced that Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard are peak #couplegoals (*raises hand*), then you definitely won’t want to miss this action-comedy flick starring the real-life married duo.

The gist is this: When Annie (Bell) gets an important job interview in Los Angeles, her boyfriend Charlie (Shepard) is forced to leave the witness protection program to drive her there. The only problem? She has no idea that he’s in the program because of his shady past as a robbery getaway driver who turned in his friends/accomplices. Their road trip takes several outrageous turns along the way, with a hilarious appearance from Bradley Cooper as the mobster who’s hunting them down.

"Blind Date"

This charming romantic comedy couldn’t be more perfect for achieving date night vibes — as long as you don’t mind subtitles, of course. It’s like a French, fictional version of Love is Blind — and it came out before the popular reality show even existed.

It follows a young woman with dreams of becoming a professional pianist moves into a new apartment in Paris and becomes instantly embroiled in a passive-aggressive battle with her reclusive neighbor who’s irritated by her noisy lifestyle.

Eventually, the woman and the man begin speaking to each other through the wall (à la Lauren and Cameron, y’all) and they gradually form a friendship as he gives her advice on her piano playing. I won’t spoil the end, because this is a story that’s truly worth watching unfold.

"Sleeping With Other People"

It goes a little something like this. Guy meets girl in a college dorm, and has a one-night stand, with both of them losing their virginity. Twelve years later, guy runs into the same girl at a sex addicts’ anonymous meeting.

The duo forms a platonic relationship, helping and supporting each other through everything from breakups to run-ins with exes. The only problem? The sparks are undeniably flying between them. Equal parts emotionally honest and LMAO funny, this film is highly underrated.


Even if you’ve already seen this classic romantic comedy, it’s well worth another viewing. If you have yet to watch, however, you’ll definitely get a kick out of watching Alex "Hitch" Hitchens (Will Smith) coach his bumbling client through winning over the object of his affection. While falling in love himself — with a celeb gossip reporter and romance cynic (Eva Mendes) — he begins to realize he may not know everything about wooing women after all.

"Dark Places"

If you were on the edge of your seat during Gone Girl, this mystery thriller (based on a book by the same author, Gillian Flynn) is bound to keep your attention with its many twists and turns.

Charlize Theron plays a woman who’s forced to confront the truth about the murder of her mother and her two sisters — which her brother was charged for. Does she testify against an innocent family member? You’ll have to watch to find out.

"Zack & Miri Make A Porno"

Being buried under a mountain of debt can inspire you to get pretty creative regarding your income (not that I would know or anything). That’s what happens to lifelong friends turned roomies, Zack (Seth Rogen) and Miri (Elizabeth Banks), decide to make an adult film with a group of randos to make some fast cash. They also catch some feels along the way, but you’re better off watching for yourself to see how this comical scheme turns into a heartwarming bonding experience.

"Jerry Maguire"

This is the movie that brought you such legendary lines as "You complete me," and "You had me at hello." Need I say more? Jerry Maguire is a feel-good story about a slick sports agent who’s trying desperately to get his career back on track after getting fired — and with the earnest single mom Dorothy Boyd rooting him on (and teaching him about love), he gradually begins to realize what’s really important in life.

"Young Adult"

What happens when a successful teen-lit writer and former prom queen returns to her hometown to relive her glory days and snag her already married high-school sweetheart? You’ll have to watch to see how that mission plays out — but needless to say, it doesn’t quite go off without a hitch. With just enough drama to keep you invested and just enough comedy to lighten the mood, this wildly underrated film explores the challenges of growing up and letting go of the past.

"The Spectacular Now"

In this coming of age dramedy, Miles Teller plays Sutter, a party boy who wakes up on a stranger’s lawn after a night of heavy drinking and meets the smart, funny, and introverted Aimee — a girl in his class whose existence he has been entirely unaware of. As the two slowly begin opening up to each other about their family struggles while attempting to plan for their futures beyond high school, they form an impenetrable bond. Somehow, this film manages to offer the rush of young love without even an ounce of the clichés.

"Always Be My Maybe"

A diverse cast, a culturally-aware script, smart social commentary, and genuinely relatable emotions — those are just a few of the aspects to love about this refreshing Netflix original movie. It’s a classic will-they-or-won’t-they tale that follows two childhood sweethearts who reconnect as adults after having a falling out 15 years back. They live in two very different worlds now, so the question is: will their existing spark be enough to reignite their old romance?

"Horse Girl"

When you and bae are on the hunt for a captivating mind-bender, look no further than this psychological drama. Alison Brie plays a quirky, introverted young woman who slowly spirals into a paranoid breakdown. As she begins waking up with mysterious marks and bruises on her body and experiencing inexplicable gaps in time, it becomes increasingly difficult for her to separate her bizarre dreams and hallucinations from reality. Be prepared to pick your jaw up off the dang floor at the end of this one.

"Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World"

Can’t get enough of Michael Cera’s endearing awkwardness? This action-meets-romance story is chock full of it. Cera plays a bass guitarist for a garage-rock band who falls for his dream girl, Ramona Flowers, only to find out he has to defeat an army of her vengeful ex-boyfriends in order to win her heart. Did I mention all of her exes have superpowers? If you and your partner appreciate graphic novels, you’ll have a special appreciation for this fast-paced, colorful flick.

"Set It Up"

If you have yet to see this adorable office rom-com, run — don’t walk — to queue it up. When two young assistants try to solve all their workplace woes by cleverly setting up their demanding bosses, their plot doesn’t exactly go as planned. Still, watching them form an unlikely bond while they scheme to play Cupid is oh so entertaining.

"Happy Anniversary"

Ever wondered what happens after the happily ever after, when the honeymoon phase is over? This unique romantic comedy dares to go there, following a couple who finds themselves at a crossroads on their three-year anniversary. As you travel back in time to catch glimpses of their first date, first vacation, first fight, and other milestone experiences, you’ll get to see Sam and Molly attempt to figure out whether they should move forward together or if their love story should come to an end.

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Are Hannah Brown & Tyler Cameron Quarantining Together? This TikTok Is A Hint

Um, wait a very hot minute. Are Hannah Brown and Tyler Cameron quarantining together? A recent TikTok posted by an account called The Quarantine Crew featured a video of Cameron, Brown, and some friends dancing poolside to Megan Thee Stallion’s song "Savage." If you want to stalk all of the members of #TheQuarantineCrew, go right ahead. The caption conveniently includes all of their TikTok handles:

Doesn’t that seem as if Brown and Cameron are quarantining together? Especially considering they’ve launched a TikTok dedicated to their squad, including Cameron’s bestie Matt James, a future contestant on The Bachelorette? I guess the only way to really know for sure is to continue following The Quarantine Crew for more updates.

Rumors of some sort of reunion between Brown and Cameron have been swirling about since Cameron lost his mother to a brain aneurism on Feb. 29. "They aren’t dating but Hannah has been there for Tyler since the passing of his mom," a source reportedly told E! News on March 2. "She reached out immediately and Tyler was grateful for her support. They have gotten closer recently and he’s really thankful to have her around."

Brown even reportedly flew to Cameron’s hometown of Jupiter, Florida to attend his mom’s celebration of life. “It meant a lot to him that she came to support him in his time of need," a source reportedly told People on March 11. "He was able to show her around Jupiter, introduce her to his friends, and have some good laughs. Just being able to hang out together, smile, and take his mind off things has been really helpful to Tyler’s grieving process. It’s just what he needed.”

Then, on March 14, Brown shocked Bachelor Nation to its very core by reportedly making yet another trip to see Cameron. Cameron was even photographed reportedly picking Brown up at Palm Beach International Airport and putting her luggage into his trunk for her.

It does not appear as though Brown has left Florida since then. On March 17, the pair was spotted looking intimate outside Cameron’s home in Jupiter. “We were driving past, and Tyler literally sat right outside of his house, not even in the backyard," a witness reportedly told Page Six. "Hannah had her legs up on him, they were sitting kind of intimately. They looked pretty cozy, and seemed relaxed enough to flaunt it to everyone who could see.” Some particularly devoted fans even managed to snag a picture.

Here’s to hoping the two are happy and healthy during these uncertain times. That’s all that really matters, right?

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10 Best iPhone Games To Play With Your Friends When You’re Bored AF

If you’re chilling out at home this weekend, odds are, you might get a little bored. You may open up your go-to apps and see zero new #content, because you’ve already scrolled through it all. Don’t look at your roommates and say "ugh," OK? Simply download the best iPhone games to play with your friends that will keep you entertained for hours on end.

These games were designed for times like this when you don’t have any plans but still want to hang out with your best buds. They allow everyone in your group chats to compete amongst each other, and try to claim their "first place" crown. Some require you to pick a whimsical character and race it down a fantasy world’s track. Others ask you to come up with words for points in a Scrabble-like setting.

No matter what the quest may be, though, these games can all be played from the comfort of your couch. They don’t require you to switch out of your sweatpants or ditch your cozy blankets. (Phew, that was a close one.) These 10 games bring your friends together for some quality fun, and make sure you’re never bored while you’re sitting at home.

1. Words With Friends

The first of these games is a classic: Words With Friends. It’s a puzzle game that requires you to form words with colorful tiles and collect points. Each letter tile is worth a different amount, and you must strategically place your tiles in order to beat your friends. Keep playing to unlock all kinds of challenges, perks, and game-changers.

2. Mario Kart Tour

It’s official: Mario Kart can be played on your phone, in a fairly new app called Mario Kart Tour. You can pick your fave character like Mario or Peach, and race around the tracks you know and love. Thanks to multiplayer mode, you can now race with your friends, too, in between collecting coins and winning cups.

3. Subway Surfers

If you haven’t already downloaded Subway Surfers, what are you waiting for? This game is jam-packed with fun things to do, including rushing down subway tracks, collecting coins, and dodging the oncoming trains. Not to mention, once you think you’ve perfected your skills, you can challenge or help your friends in the game.

4. Trivia Crack

Do you typically know a lot of weird facts? If so, then downloading Trivia Crack will be in your best interest this weekend. It allows your crew to answer questions from six categories, and win cute crowns. The best part? You get to spin a wheel to pick your category.

5. Pokémon GO

Pokémon GO has been on the scene for a while now, but it’s a a true gem. When you’re chilling at home this weekend, collect all of the cute creatures in your area. Go to the "Battle" or "Friends" sections of the apps to keep playing from the comfort of your couch.

6. Gardenscapes

Don’t sleep on Gardenscapes. This game lets you totally renovate a garden as you work through an intricate storyline. It’ll bring you through mini games and challenges, and lets you connect to your Facebook friends and become neighbors with them. A virtual hangout has never been better.

7. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will make you realize what the hype around this iconic game is really all about. After coaching you to design your character, it’ll let you design a campsite and befriend adorable animals. Your friends get involved with your experience and give you a well-deserved "kudos."

8. Best Fiends — Puzzle Adventure

Puzzles are fun, colorful, and filled with adventure in Best Fiends – Puzzle Adventure. You’ll find yourself playing this game for entire afternoons and mastering its puzzles. You might find yourself collecting the characters faster than you expected, and winning awesome rewards from playing with your Facebook friends.

9. RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch

Growing up, you might have played RollerCoaster Tycoon with your siblings. Lucky for you, the game is on your iPhone now, thanks to RollerCoaster Tycoon® Touch™. You can now build an entire amusement park, custom coasters, and more with your fingertips. Oh, and you can visit friends’ parks to collect gifts and see what they’re up to.

10. Fortnite

Last but not least, take your talents to Fortnite this weekend for all kinds of fun with your friends. This game is a hub for gamers. For the friend groups that stick together through thick and thin, this game is a dream come true.

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Orlando Bloom’s Reaction To Katy Perry Being Pregnant Is So Sweet

Much to absolutely nobody’s surprise, Orlando Bloom’s reaction to Katy Perry being pregnant is totally flawless and adorable. Oh, and it even includes a little "bloom" pun because what’s a dad without a good old fashioned dad joke? The post in question was uploaded onto Bloom’s profile on March 8 and it features a pregnant Perry posing radiant as ever in front of an empty baseball field. Also present in the gorgeous photo of his wife-to-be is her ring-clad finger which she has placed on the side of her belly.

OK, now here comes the best part. Bloom could have gone with any old generic caption for the post, like "so excited" or "baby on board," but he, instead, decided to go with this absolute gem of a caption: "My babies blooming ❤️" Get it?! Because he’s Orlando Bloom!? It’s sweet and punny. The perfect caption as far as I’m concerned.

To be fair, Bloom has already had some practice in the dad joke arena, considering the fact that this will be his second child. While the child will be Perry’s first child, Bloom already shares his son 9-year-old son Flynn with ex wife Miranda Kerr.

Check out Bloom’s adorable picture of Perry and his soon-to-be baby here:

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Perry shook the world with the news of her pregnancy on March 5 in the music video of her new song, "Never Worn White." The video in question features Perry in a flowing white dress, caressing her visibly pregnant stomach. There are also plenty of shots of her looking extremely Earth-Goddess-like in a long flowing gown and over-the-top hair piece completely made of flowers. The whole thing is extremely extra and I’m extremely here for it.

Watch the full video for yourself here:

In case any fans were still confused about whether or not she was actually pregnant, Perry took to Instagram following the release of the video to confirm the news to her followers. "There’s a lot that will be happening this summer, not only will I be giving birth — literally — but also figuratively to something you guys have been waiting for," she told her followers during an Instagram Live, per People, also noting that her pregnancy was “probably the longest secret” she’s “ever had to keep."

She also took to Twitter to share her relief that the secret is finally out:

So excited for these two!

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Your March 9, 2020 Weekly Horoscope Is Here & So Is The Full Moon In Virgo

It’s as if you’ve just barely survived a long, uphill battle, and now, you get to finally enjoy the fruits of all your hard work. The past few weeks have been confusing, inconvenient, and messy, but things are starting to turn around. You have so much to look forward to in your March 9, 2020 weekly horoscope, so don’t give up just yet.

The week begins with an energetic bang. A full moon in Virgo takes place at 1:48 p.m. ET on March 9, turning up the emotional intensity, evoking twists and turns, and granting you revelations about your life and the world you live in. Virgo is a practical, detail-oriented, and rational zodiac sign, encouraging you to consider your reality through a logical lens. This full moon — which also happens to be a supermoon — packs a powerful punch, as it forms a trine to passionate Mars, optimistic Jupiter, and ambitious Pluto. You can use this full moon to really tackle your goals, inject enthusiasm into your projects, and stoke the fire of your inspiration. While it opposes dreamy Neptune, this supermoon will also encourage creativity and soul-searching. However, all full moons are rife with emotional intensity, so ride this wave until you safely reach the shore.

Later that very same day, Mercury retrograde will finally come to an end (at 10:59 p.m. ET, to be exact). That means the brunt of the bewilderment and disorganization is officially over (for now). With Mercury stationing direct, you’ll find that it’ll be easier to start new tasks and picture the future. This makes it the perfect week to get your house back in order, so start writing those to-do lists, making plans, and being more proactive. While you’re still dealing with the post-retrograde shadow for the next couple of weeks, you’ll definitely be able to see things with more clarity.

The cosmos are continuing this positive trend throughout the remainder of the week. On March 11, the sun will form a sextile to expansive and adventurous Jupiter, instilling a hunger for life within you. Let this hunger encourage you to learn more, try new things, and open your mind to foreign concepts. By March 14, you’ll experience a creative reawakening when go-getter Mars connects with artistic Neptune and the sun connects with transformative Pluto. You can make a huge impact by embracing your inner child, tapping into your spirituality, and giving yourself the freedom to color outside the lines. Work doesn’t always have to feel like work. This week, it could feel more like excitement.


Going after your goals doesn’t always have to mean "winning" or proving outward success to the rest of the world. This week, try seeing your success as something sacred and deeply personal to you. Winning is a high that wears off. Think about how you can grow as a human being and learn from your mistakes. Knowing you’re becoming a better person is the real success.


If you continue to reject opportunities to meet new people and expand your social circle, you may eventually find yourself feeling isolated. Give spontaneous opportunities a chance this week, because there are so many beautiful friends you have yet to make. Stubbornly clinging onto your usual routine limits your possibilities. Open your heart to someone who wants to know you.


This week, try to focus more on your long-term goals rather than what everyone thinks. The world will naturally take notice of you as long as you are staying true to yourself. Even if certain people don’t agree with what you’re doing, the right people will find you and appreciate everything you care about. There’s no need to pander to those who don’t understand you.


Let the perspectives of others have an impact on you this week. Open your mind and try to put yourself in someone else’s shoes. You might just have a revelation that changes everything. Someone else’s insight could inspire you in an unexpected way. Allow your mind to be molded, because you know you don’t have all the answers. Recognize that you’re a work in progress.


This week, you are being called to let go of what no longer serves you. While there will always be something bittersweet about saying goodbye to your past, knowing that you’re taking positive steps toward your own self-empowerment will fill you with the confidence you’ve been craving. You have the strength to do the right thing. Trust yourself enough to turn the page.


You’re peeling back the deeper layers of yourself this week. While this can leave you feeling raw and vulnerable, you are also in a position to present your truest self to those closest to you. To deepen your relationship, you must let your guard down, a let go of your need for control. It’s when you let go of reins that the magic really happens. Believe it or not, you are already enough.


You’re learning how to turn monotonous, boring tasks into something far more enjoyable. It all comes down to your attitude and the way you perceive your workload. Try injecting your schedule and work environment with a little excitement and whimsy. This week is also a beautiful time to heal your home environment. Indulge in some comfort and redesigning.


Creativity is bursting from within you, so make your artistic inclinations a top priority on your list. It’s not every day that you’re being inspired to the level that you are. This is not about getting it perfect on the first try. Make a mess and enjoy the process of self-expression. When you were a kid, you weren’t concerned with perfection, you were just trying to have fun.


Your attention is turning toward your roots and the way you balance your private life with your public life. Don’t spread yourself thin, but work on striking a balance between your internal needs and your career needs. You can only get so far if your home environment needs work. This week, spend time healing your familial relationships and creating a sacred space.


You may be used to keeping your mouth shut and getting the job done, but this week, you should practice being more honest with others and with yourself. You can only hold onto so much on your own before it becomes too much to bear and you don’t have to bear it all alone. Communication is a key factor in sorting through issues and making sure everyone’s on the same page.


This week, you’re coming to terms with what you have and what you don’t. If anything, it’s time to learn that your sense of self cannot rely on things that are out of your control. Concentrate on what you can control this week, because the universe may be testing your flexibility. Set aside time for spiritual exploration and rest. It’s up to you how much power you give your ego.


You are learning that you’re allowed to be many different people this week. Never let anyone put you in a box or tell you that you’re out of your league. You are full of so many multitudes and you’re just beginning to understand what you’re capable of. Reach out and lead your community by setting an example. This week, you are the string that ties everyone together.

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The Easter Eggs In Demi Lovato’s "I Love Me" Video Are Major Moments From Her Past

Demi Lovato has proven time and time again that she’s a musical genius. After the release of her "I Love Me" music video on Friday, March 6, fans were so impressed with the level of creativity and power Lovato put into the visual for the emotional anthem. The easter eggs in Demi Lovato’s "I Love Me" video all reference major moments from her past.

From working to silence her inner voices of self-destruction, to a nod to her past as a Disney Channel star, Lovato had fans doing a double take on plenty of occasions during the music video. The lengthy intro to the "I Love Me" music video is pretty straight to the point. At one point, Lovato physically fights the darker version of herself, and it was a clear reference to her journey to become the confident, sober woman she is today. During these moments, Lovato sings:

After the intro, Lovato stepped outside onto the streets of New York City as the camera panned to a younger version of herself with her mom, Diana De La Garza, and her sister Dallas.

The next big moment came as Lovato passed look-a-likes of her and Nick Jonas from their Camp Rock days.

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Watch the video below and try to dissect what each scene means.

More to come …

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Hilary Duff’s Comment About The ‘Lizzie McGuire’ Reboot Included A Big Suggestion

Hilary Duff isn’t giving up on the Lizzie McGuire revival. Since the show was reportedly put back on the production shelf on Jan. 9, it’s been unclear if the reboot has a future. Fans were left to wonder what happened and if the Lizzie McGuire reboot would be canned for good. However, Hilary Duff’s comment about the Lizzie McGuire reboot this week included a big suggestion, so this may not be over yet.

ICYMI, Duff first announced Lizzie McGuire’s reboot on Aug. 23, 2019, with the series premiere on Disney+ set to happen at some point in 2020. Lizzie stans were losing it over the news. However, Variety broke fans’ hearts on Jan. 9 with the announcement that the original show creator, Terri Minsky, left after filming two episodes, so the Lizzie McGuire revival was reportedly put on hold. A Disney+ representative told the publication at the time, "After filming two episodes, we concluded that we need to move in a different creative direction and are putting a new lens on the show."

Since then, Duff hinted at a cancellation of the show. On Wednesday, Feb. 26, Duff responded to the news released by Metro UK on Tuesday, Feb. 25, that Love, Simon‘s spinoff show, Love, Victor, was moving from Disney+ to Hulu. Duff took a screenshot of a headline of the news, circled the words "not family friendly" in the title, and commented, "sounds familiar." This led her fans to think the platform had officially canceled the Lizzie McGuire reboot due to content concerns. Disney+ has not made any official announcements about any cancelation.

The reboot of the beloved show was initially set to feature Lizzie, at 30 years old, navigating her life as an adult in New York.

On Friday, Feb. 28, Duff posted to her Instagram and commented on the situation, making a huge suggestion about the future of Lizzie McGuire. She wrote, "Was incredibly excited to launch Lizzie on D+ and my passion remains! However, I feel a huge responsibility to honor the fans’ relationship with LIZZIE who, like me, grew up seeing themselves in her."

The 32-year-old actor continued, "I’d be doing a disservice to everyone by limiting the realities of a 30 year old’s journey to live under the ceiling of a PG rating." Duff reaffirmed that she wants the revival of Lizzie McGuire to remain authentic and "equally as real and relatable" for fans that followed Lizzie’s journey from the beginning.

"It would be a dream if Disney would let us move the show to Hulu, if they were interested," she said. Duff concluded her statement saying this move would allow her to "bring this beloved character to life again."

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It’s not so far-fetched for Disney to make that move, as they did with the Love, Victor series. Lizzie McGuire stans can only hope that Duff’s idea becomes reality.

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10 Best Moments From BTS’ ‘Tonight Show’ Special ARMYs May Have Missed

Monday, Feb. 24 will go down in Tonight Show history because, for the first time ever, Jimmy Fallon hosted his show in the New York City subway. The one-hour special focused on BTS, as the group recently made their comeback with their album Map of the Soul: 7. The BTS ARMY will never stop talking about the event, and for good reason. Having a one-hour special dedicated to the group is every fans’ dream. To relive the fun, here are the 10 best moments from BTS’ Tonight Show special.

Fallon definitely wasn’t kidding when he said the episode would be "unlike any other Tonight Show we’ve done before." Apart from Fallon and BTS having an extended interview while riding the NYC subway, they also played a variety of games, dined at one of the city’s most famous restaurants Katz’s Delicatessen, and ended the night with a historic performance at Grand Central Terminal. There were so many iconic moments during the episode, but here are the 10 best ones.

1. J-Hope recreating the Home Alone movie cover.

Since the episode highlighted the best of what NYC has to offer, the guys recalled some of their earliest memories of the city. They said their first impression of New York came from Home Alone 2, and immediately after mentioning the movie, J-Hope couldn’t help but recreate the iconic Home Alone movie cover.

2. V’s sax solo.

After V revealed he would have become a saxophonist if he wasn’t in BTS, Fallon asked his crew if they had a saxophone ready to go so V could show off his skills. Unfortunately, they didn’t have one on set, but that didn’t stop Fallon and BTS from pretending to play the saxophone to the tune of George Michael’s "Careless Whisper."

3. Jungkook’s English.

As fans know, Jungkook has been learning English to help RM translate in interviews. It’s clear Jungkook’s English has greatly improved, as seen in the clip below.

4. Fallon and Jungkook sharing a cute hug.

After Jungkook revealed he cried after BTS’ debut showcase in 2013, Fallon gave him a hug to comfort him and the moment was so sweet.

5. The Black Bean Noodle Incident

Finally, the Tonight Show episode uncovered one of the BTS fandom’s greatest mysteries: the black bean noodle incident. As it turns out, it was just RM sneaking off to eat noodles alone while the rest of BTS waited for him to get back.

6. Slytherin Jimin cheating.

Let’s face it: The Subway Olympics bit was basically a scene out the group’s variety show Run BTS! It had competition, betrayal, and, of course, Jungkook being named the winner — all thanks to Jimin cheating.

7. V winning against RM.

The duck game BTS played was so hilarious, especially because the members who tried the hardest to win ultimately lost in the end. When it was V against RM, the BTS leader was casually vibing to George Michael’s "Careless Whisper," when V flicked the duck off RM’s arm, no sweat.

8. BTS being surprised at the food portions.

BTS’ dinner at Katz’s Delicatessen was an eye-opening experience for the group, as they realized just how huge NYC food portions are. "Is it for one man?" RM asked. "Yeah, that’s yours," the owner replied.

9. The dancers hyping BTS.

One of the best moments of the night was BTS’ epic first TV performance of "ON." The group recreated their "ON" music video at Grand Central Terminal, and even brought along all the same backup dancers, who hyped BTS during their dance break. Hearing their shouts just made fans more excited to hear the song live on BTS’ Map of the Soul world tour.

10. BTS being worn out at the end of their performance.

While Fallon said his goodbyes to the viewers watching at home, BTS collapsed behind him, clearly out of breath from their epic performance. The moment only made ARMYs appreciate BTS’ hard work and preparation even more.

All in all, the Tonight Show episode was an event to remember. Next up for BTS is their Carpool Karaoke special, which will air on the Late Late Show With James Corden on Tuesday, Feb. 25.

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