Chloe Kent
Chloe Kent is a Manhattan-based writer and journalist. She greatly enjoys both eating and sleeping.

Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda Take On 'Rent'

Unless your cultural consumption consists exclusively of hours-long stretches of The Bachelorette and a constant loop of each music video from Taylor Swift's 1989, you most likely know all about Hamilton by now. You know, the show? The breakout…
By Chloe Kent

See Blue Ivy Celebrate Gwyneth's Daughter's B-Day

To the untrained eye, the Instagram photo Gwyneth Paltrow posted on Saturday of Blue Ivy Carter and Apple Martin celebrating Apple's 12th birthday captioned, "Birthday brunch squad #godsistersandbesties," might seem strange given the eight year age…
By Chloe Kent

11 Songs All Millennials Got Down To In The 2000s

There's something so majestic about our middle school dances in the early 2000s, provided you can look at them with 20/20 hindsight. In the moment, they are often horrific, emotionally scarring displays of the most primal adolescent behaviors. In…
By Chloe Kent

Tyga Confirms He And Kylie Jenner Are Over

It's official, everyone. On Friday, Tyga confirmed he and Kylie Jenner have broken up when asked by a TMZ reporter at the airport. And despite the tough questions, the rapper did a commendable job of keeping his cool during the whole exchange,…
By Chloe Kent

17 Things Every Feminist Should Watch On Netflix

Of course, there's Netflix's Jessica Jones, the Internet's go-to when it comes to feminist superheroes. And she's wonderful. And I've seen every episode. But when we talk about feminist films you can stream from the comfort of your own couch, there…
By Chloe Kent

Listening To The Spice Girls Again Is Illuminating

Unless you're, like, 12 years old and can only relate to the Spice Girls if I describe them as "the Fifth Harmony of the '90s," you were probably obsessed with the quintet for the better part of that decade. And when you give the Spices Girls a…
By Chloe Kent

13 Crime Docs 'Making A Murderer' Fans Will Love

To the untrained eye, it would seem that public interest in true crime documentaries is the result of a very recent phenomenon. Serial gripped the nation, The Jinx changed the course of a murder trial 15 years in the making, and Making a Murderer…
By Chloe Kent

11 Things You Realize When You Re-Listen To *NSYNC

While *NSYNC isn't exactly a band known for transcending genres in major ways (their songs typically range from heartbreak ballads to youthful excitement over it being Friday night), their discography, in fact, is much deeper than your average tween…
By Chloe Kent

Why Sharon & Ozzy Osbourne Are Reportedly Done

After 33 years of marriage, three kids, and one very successful reality show, rock and roll's most iconic couple, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne, are reportedly splitting up (Bustle has reached out to the Osbournes for comment, but hasn't heard back). The…
By Chloe Kent

See How Celebs Are Celebrating Mother's Day

Mother's Day, a time for greeting cards, macaroni necklaces, and, at least in 2016, plenty of Instagram posts featuring either a really solid throwback of your mom or a recent picture featuring you and her together. Chances are that on this Sunday,…
By Chloe Kent

This *NSYNC Song Will Change How You Remember Them

*NSYNC, known for their tween-friendly hits and PG-13 choreography, are hardly the go-to guys when it comes to anything provocative. However, there is without a doubt, one single song from their discography that will leave you a changed woman. If…
By Chloe Kent

17 Inside Jokes You Missed On 'The O.C.'

Praised for being both hyper-aware and yet reliably not taking itself too seriously as a whole, The O.C. illuminated our television screens for four magnificent seasons from the early to mid-2000's. And while it wasn't known for its realism, it…
By Chloe Kent

How Much It Costs To Party With These 11 Celebs

The business of celebrity wrangling is no easy feat, but it's not impossible, either. However, if you want your favorite famous person to come through at your next party, it's gonna cost you. Some performers have made it clear that they won't…
By Chloe Kent

39 Songs That Remind Every Millennial Of Summer

You know how any popular track that comes out when the weather's warm is deemed the "song of the summer"? That title goes back a long way. For decades now, the most blazing hits to spark the airwaves between Memorial Day and Labor Day have been…
By Chloe Kent

These Famous Actors All Have One Thing In Common

It's a common misconception that the Olsen twins were the only stars of their straight-to-VHS-and-DVD films. In fact, I poured over IMDb for hours in search of the most famous actors who have appeared in Olsen movies to disprove just that. While the…
By Chloe Kent

Who Doesn't Love MTV's 'Made'?

Unlike, say, MTV's Cribs, which has clear winners (Mariah Carey's shoe closet) and losers (Redman's bizarre but nonetheless iconic tour of his Staten Island home), Made represented a decidedly less hit-or-miss approach to reality television. Sure,…
By Chloe Kent

Chrissy Teigen Once Again Calls Out Her Haters

Chrissy Teigen is very rightfully calling out the haters who are criticizing her for going out so soon after having her baby. After paparazzi photos were released of the model and husband John Legend going out just a week after having baby Luna,…
By Chloe Kent

"Freedom" Is 'Lemonade's Most Empowering Song

Compared to Beyonce's prior full-length works, Lemonade, released on April 23, is a marked departure from what fans have come to expect from the singer, as underscored by the album's 10th song, "Freedom." The track, which features Kendrick Lamar,…
By Chloe Kent

Get To Know The Poet Behind 'Lemonade'

If the cultural swallowing up of Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie following Beyoncé's use of her words in her self-titled 2013 album is any indication, you're about to hear the name Warsan Shire featured a lot more prominently. But the…
By Chloe Kent

Songs That Defined The End Of School In The '90s

Every year in the late '90s and early 2000s, the end-of-year graduation rituals were the same: We would all file into our school's high school auditorium and sing ridiculous choral arrangements of terrible '70s pop ballads with vaguely uplifting…
By Chloe Kent