ICYMI by HuffPost
The hosts of “Here To Make Friends” are ready to commit to forever. Claire Fallon and Leigh Blickley celebrate every delicious moment of the “Bachelor In Paradise” season finale, including the most emotional proposal, the most frustrating check-in, and who has clearly been binging courtroom dramas since Paradise.
The hosts of “Here To Make Friends” lay out the wildest moments from the season’s penultimate episodes, including the most unlikely friendship, the most welcome departure and who needs a legal lesson from Elle Woods.
The hosts of “Here To Make Friends” weren’t at Stagecoach. Claire Fallon and Emma Gray highlight all the outstanding moments from the latest episodes of “Bachelor In Paradise,” including the many, many breakdowns and who appears to have been right all along.
Butt-Con is a thing, and it’s here to celebrate our greatest ass-et. The event brought together experts in all-things-butt —from sex workers, to physicians and even a “butt-washing specialist.”
Welcome to paradise. “Here To Make Friends” hosts Claire Fallon and Emma Gray bring you all the highs and lows from the premiere episodes of “Bachelor in Paradise,” including the worst liar we’ve ever seen and the revenge plot that failed to deliver.
The hosts of “Here To Make Friends” are giving the final rose to you, Hannah Brown.
Claire Fallon and Emma Gray catch up with the guys and present more “Bachelorette” superlatives, including the best new feminist ally and who (in spite of his best efforts) completely failed to make the episode all about him.
Claire Fallon and Emma Gray hand out superlatives in what was itself a superlative episode of the “Bachelorette,” including the best dating role model and the most satisfying one-liner.
Family is everything to the hosts of “Here To Make Friends.” Claire Fallon and Emma Gray tour the sites of Hometown week, from the biggest panel of character witnesses to Peter’s actual true love (we don’t mean Hannah, or his family, either). This week, Hannah meets four sets of potential in-laws, who range in supportiveness on a scale from Wyatt to Weber. While Mr. and Mrs. Peter pick out china patterns, the Jeds just want her gone. In Georgia, Luke calls on his prayer group to some serious damage control. And boy, do they lay it on thick — even thicker than Tyler, whose sunscreen application seems more focused on the rubdown than UV protection. At the rose ceremony, Hannah breaks the rules and brings all four guys into fantasy suites week. But which one is careening toward a mental breakdown? Find full episodes of “Here To Make Friends” on Apple, Google, Spotify, and Acast #TheBachelorette #TheBachelor
Kylie Jenner’s controversial “Handmaid’s Tale” party — Gwyneth Paltrow reveals she and her husband don’t live together full-time — and is Reese Witherspoon’s daughter dating a Ryan Phillipee look alike? “ICYMI By HuffPost” takes a closer look at some of the most talked about headlines of the week.
Can the hosts of HuffPost’s “Here To Make Friends” steal you away for a minute? Claire Fallon and Emma Gray are handing out superlatives for this week’s episode of “The Bachelorette,” including the least-mourned departure and who needs to reconsider their entire life motto. They’ve also picked out a new frontrunner who could win it all. Plus, more evidence that Mike Johnson should be the next Bachelor.
While Hannah B. hands out roses, the host of HuffPost’s “Here To Make Friends” are handing out superlatives. Leigh Blickley (filling in for Claire Fallon) joins Emma Gray to recap the highs and lows from week two of “The Bachelorette,” including the biggest example of sentient toxic masculinity and who’s most likely to drive someone in the house to a mental break (hint: only one of these goes to Cam Ayala).
Actress Emily Meade had never heard of an “Intimacy Coordinator” when she asked for someone to oversee her sex scenes on HBO’s “The Deuce." Now, they’re one of the biggest #MeToo evolutions to hit Hollywood.
When you look back in history, these "hysteria" symptoms sound an awful lot like endometriosis.
Could a new phone app help change the way we treat one of the most misdiagnosed diseases among women?