The Bustle Huddle: What Bustle's Editors Are Talking About On Jan. 25

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Hello, hello! There are only six days left of January, but hasn't this month felt like it's gone on forever?! If all of 2018 is gonna feel like these past few weeks have, we're all in for a rough time...

And unfortunately, we won't even have the possibility of an Oprah 2020 run to get us though. For more on that and much more news from today, Thursday Jan. 25, read on:

Oprah + 2020

If you watched Oprah Winfrey give that rousing speech at the Golden Globes earlier this month and thought "that woman must be in office someday," you're in for some bad news: in a new interview, Oprah said she probably won't run for president in 2020. Sure, she didn't rule the idea out completely, but it seems like for now, we can most likely count the superstar out of the mix next election. Oh, well.

OMG: Fans are freaking out that this could be the first real photo of Kylie Jenner's baby bump.

Justin Timberlake + A New Song

Finally. After releasing two songs off his upcoming album Man of the Woods that didn't exactly wow fans, Justin Timberlake has dropped a real banger. The new track, "Say Something," is a gorgeous tune pretty much perfect for weddings, so prepare to hear a lot of it in the coming months.

Wow: You have to see Zooey Deschanel's new, totally different haircut.

Your Fave Jeans + Inclusivity

This is seriously awesome. Madewell and J.Crew have just extended their jean sizes up to 35, so more people than ever (aka those who wear clothing sizes 16, 18, and 20) can wear the brands' denim. It's an awesome change that'll definitely be appreciated by many people, and hopefully more brands will follow in Madewell and J.Crew's footsteps.

Um, What?! Invisibility cloaks are basically real now, because magic (or, you know, science).

Dieting While Pregnant + What To Know

If you're pregnant or thinking about becoming pregnant, listen up: a new study argues that low-carb diets can be linked to birth defects. According to the study, people who majorly or completely cut out carbs are 30 percent more likely to give birth to a child with issues like spina bifida. That's not to say that's guaranteed to happen, of course, but it's definitely something to note when thinking about your pregnancy diet.

Red Alert: Taco Bell's nacho fries are finally available, and you'll want to eat these ASAP.

Today's WTF Moment: If you touch this book from the 1800s, you could die. Seriously.

What to Watch: The Season 3 premiere of RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race hits VH1 at 8, so don't forget to tune in.