Emma and Lauren are taking time to recognize the national month-long holiday that is vlogmas. The duo also discusses their 2022 Spotify wrapped, Billie Eilish’s new Vanity Fair interview, and the zendayafication of Jenna Ortega.
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Emma and Lauren are getting ready for Friendsgiving at their apartment and are here to talk about their favorite Thanksgiving dishes and ideal attire for the holiday. They also delve into their regularly-scheduled trending content, discussing everything from the Ticketmaster debacle to Grammy Nominations and Pete Davidson’s new relationship. Happy Thanksgiving!
The television show "Friends," which ran from 1994-2004, had numerous memorable moments throughout its run. Some of its most memorable moments were in its Thanksgiving episodes each year, which have become a staple to watch annually as the holiday rolls around.
Emma and Lauren are back after a week off and are recording at home recovering from colds, so they are here to catch you up this week on all celebrity drama and trending news! The two recap some celebrity Halloween costumes give their thoughts on the “Her Loss” album and reviews the highly-anticipated Selena Gomez documentary.
Emma and Lauren are joined by their first special guest and friend Tanner! The trio gives a full review and first impression of Taylor Swift's Midnights album and explains the salad dressing that made Jason Sudekis lay in front of Olivia Wilde's car.
On Oct. 13, the final installment of the revamped “Halloween” franchise premiered, bringing audiences back to Haddonfield, Illinois for one final rendition of the Michael Myers and Laurie Strode conflict.
Emma and Lauren are up bright and early to discuss all the week’s celeb news and internet drama. The two discuss Indy Blue’s wedding, eagerly anticipate Taylor’s new album and go to bat for Nicki Minaj. Lauren gives her scathing review of Halloween Ends and Emma declares that skinny jeans are NOT coming back. Ever.
Emma and Lauren are back in the studio to give you your 2022 fall rules. The girls also talk new movies, Trevor Noah and Dua Lipa’s new relationship, Kim’s million dollar lawsuit and Bella Hadid’s iconic Paris Fashion week moment.
Emma and Lauren are recording from their cozy apartment this week, discussing everything from Emma Chamberlain’s gorgeous green kitchen to Harry Styles’ new makeup collection. Emma educates Lauren on the Try Guys cheating drama and Lauren gives her takes on the Rolling Stone’s 100 Best TV shows list. Light a candle and grab a blanket for this week’s dose of trending topics.
The new horror film "Barbarian," released Sept. 9, came with a caveat agreed upon by all its viewers: go in blind.
Emma and Lauren's brains are rotting with all the movies they've been watching! Listen for reviews of Barbarian, Do Revenge and the ever-so-anticipated Don't Worry, Darling. Lauren chats about Dahmer and Trisha Paytas' birth vlog, and Emma talks about Kylie Jenner's future wedding (of course).
Emma and Lauren begin this week with an apology and go on to discuss strange TikTok relationships and Taylor Swift’s reveal about the iconic scarf. The pair talks about Blake Lively’s pregnancy, recent celeb photoshoots and a Britney Spears pic that Emma won’t stop sharing.
Emma and Lauren break down all the drama surrounding the film Don’t Worry Darling after the Venice Film Festival and give their takes on SpitGate. The two also delve into the death of Queen Elizabeth and whether it will be reincarnated as Trisha Paytas’ baby and give their opinions on various fashion photoshoots in this week’s episode.
Stay Tuned is back! Join hosts Emma Skidmore and Lauren Serge as they talk about all things pop culture! In this revamped premiere, Emma and Lauren talk about movies, music and social media drama!
Warning: this column contains spoilers for Stranger Things 4.
Friday, June 17
The month of June signifies the celebration of LGBTQ+ pride, recognizing the historical feats that queer individuals have endured and honoring the accomplishments of current queer communities.
On July 24, 2020, Taylor Swift released her first-ever surprise album, folklore, which brought her fans into a whole new genre of imagination, empathy and wonder.
April is National Autism Acceptance Month, which focuses on raising awareness of autism and celebrating individuals along the spectrum.
On Wednesday, the Diversity Leadership Institute held an Anti-Bias Education program to discuss biases within the education system and how they can be addressed on Ohio University’s campuses.