The Bustle Huddle: What Bustle's Editors Are Talking About On Jan. 29
Happy Monday! If you stayed up late watching the Grammys last night, hopefully you're all recovered today — it'd be a shame to be exhausted over a show that didn't even honor "Despacito" or Kesha's stellar work. Sigh. Until the next awards show...
For more on the Grammys and everything else that had Bustle's editors talking today, Jan. 29, read on:
The Grammys + What You Missed
Sunday night was the Grammy Awards, and a lot happened. Rihanna and Kendrick Lamar killed it on-stage, Blue Ivy had a great time, and men won nearly all of the night's biggest awards — pissing off a lot of people. In response to the show's male-centric turn of events (Ed Sheeran over Kesha? Really?), Grammys president Neil Portnow said that more women need to "step up" in order to win awards. Yeah, no. Sigh.
Chrissy Teigen + Pregnancy
As you probably know, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are having another baby — and on Sunday night, Teigen announced it'll be a boy. "[Mama] and her baby boy," Teigen captioned a post featuring her pregnant self at the Grammys. Congrats to Teigen, Legend, and soon-to-be big sister Luna!
Shade Alert: Kendall Jenner commented on a photo of Scott Disick and Sofia Richie about their age gap and did not hold back.
Game of Thrones + You
Writers, listen up — this is seriously cool. Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin is funding a scholarship for writers of science fiction and fantasy, covering the cost of a six-week workshop for one student each year. So if you've been thinking about testing out your skills but were deterred by the cost of a workshop, you're in luck — who better to be inspired by than the Thrones creator himself?
Pro Tip: This brilliant MoviePass hack will forever change the way you use your membership.
Abortion + Advice
Today marks the launch of Abortion AMA, a new Bustle column all about your reproductive rights. Each edition, editor and advocate Danielle Campoamor will address whatever questions you might have about abortion, from how it works to what happens after to how it affects you going forward. It's a judgement-free zone, so feel free to ask away.
Heads Up: Here's how to stream Trump's State of the Union Tuesday night. Get ready.
First Dates + What Not To Ask
First dates are always awkward, no matter how you set them up or how much wine you drink beforehand. But there's awkward, and then there's awkward, as shown by this Reddit thread all about the worst questions you can ask on a first date. "When's your period?" is just never a good idea, guys.
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Today's WTF Moment: Yeah, we're still shaking our heads over the absurd fact that "Despacito" didn't win any Grammys.
What to Watch: It's Bachelor night! If you're not watching ABC at 8 to see the latest on Arie's season, what are you even doing?