Keleigh Sperry Encourages ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Fans to Thirst After Husband Miles Teller

No awkward moments here! The moment Miles Teller first saw Keleigh Sperry in May 2013, he immediately was drawn to her.

“We both had mutual friends of the [Black Keys],” the Pennsylvania native told Vogue in September 2019 of the pair’s first meeting at a party for the band. “Keleigh had caught my eye early in the night, and we talked. I didn’t think it went well, but after a few more attempts, I got her to dance with me, and a week later, we went on a date. After we met, I knew she was The One.”

Though, the California native remembered that first meeting differently: “He was so charming and charismatic,” the model told the outlet at the time. “I adored him from the first moment we met.”

After dating for nearly six years, the Footloose actor proposed to his longtime girlfriend in August 2017 while they were on a safari in Africa. At the time, he instructed their tour guide to tie a red rose to a tree with a note that featured both of their initials along with their anniversary and proposal dates.

“[We] walked up to this nice, scenic vista having coffee,” the That Awkward Moment actor recalled on Live With Kelly and Ryan in October 2017. “She looked over and saw a rose and thought somebody had died. Which, whatever. I said, ‘Today was the last day you woke up as my girlfriend.’”

Nearly two years later, the pair wed during a romantic ceremony in Maui, Hawaii. The pair quickly decided on the Hawaiian wedding destination since Sperry’s family had spent every summer there.

“Miles started joining us on vacations, and we fell in love with it together,” she explained to Vogue after the nuptials. “We both felt happiest there and wanted it to be a big part of our lives forever.”

Since then, the pair’s relationship has continued to flourish, as he gushed about his wife during a December 2020 interview with Men’s Health.

“We just hang out,” he told the outlet of the pair’s quarantine plans amid the coronavirus pandemic. “She keeps me calm. It’s pretty great. I’m with her now from when I wake up to the moment I go to bed. We have a lot of friends whose relationships got put under a magnifying glass during these times, but we are really great. Once you get married and you make that ultimate commitment, life is just a lot less stressful. You just know that person is always going to be there.”

The Opeth: The Devil’s Orchard actress, for her part, has frequently shared snaps with her husband via social media. In May 2021, she posted a pic of the Top Gun: Maverick star via Instagram while they were at dinner in Hawaii and captioned it, “My whole ❤️.”

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18 Beach Beauty Essentials 2022

With beach season in full swing, don’t wait to dust off your go-to beach essentials: Towel and chair? Check. Fun bathing suit? Check. But have you thought much about your beach beauty bag?

While there will be many opportunities to put your makeup and skin-care favorites to use this summer, not all of them are particularly beach-friendly. Any successful day by the water requires purposeful items that make life easier—especially if you won’t be headed home right after. Your beach beauty bag calls for lightweight coverage options, a multitude of ways to keep your body hydrated, and lots of sunscreen. Below, we’ve curated an edit of beauty products you’ll wish you had in your beach bag sooner. Happy summer!

Reapplying SunscreenCertainly, you’re prioritizing applying SPF before your beach day, but don’t forget the importance of reapplying sunscreen every two hours—per the recommendations of our trusted dermatologists. With or without makeup, rely on a compact, effortless SPF formula that makes reapplication that much easier. For example, Shiseido’s stick goes on clear and is crafted to be even more effective in the water and sun. Or, there’s Habit’s mister that provides a sun-protecting refresh to your face.

Shiseido Clear Sunscreen Stick SPF 50+

Don’t Forget BodyOf course, it’s equally important to reapply sunscreen to your body too. So to combat sun damage all over, reach for Supergoop!’s Play formula if you prefer a lotion-esque option that’s water- and sweat-resistant. Otherwise, La Roche-Posay’s Athelios nourishes and protects skin from free radical damage thanks to a blend of antioxidant technology, glycerin, vitamin E, and SPF 60.

Supergoop! Play Everyday Lotion SPF 50

La Roche-Posay Anthelios Lotion Spray Sunscreen SPF 60

Protected LipsSafeguard your lips throughout your beach day with your favorite lip balm or oil. Even more, there is an assortment of options now that provide sun protection, too. EltaMD, the brand behind the dermatologist-favorite sunscreen, delivers longwear moisture to lips with this soothing balm. For a sheer tint though, consider MDSolarScience’s sheer balm your go-to—leaving lips with subtle color and hydration.

EltaMD UV Lip Balm Broad-Spectrum SPF 36

MDSolarSciences Hydrating Sheer Lip Balm SPF 30

Staying HydratedProper water intake is always essential for optimal organ function, healthy skin, and feeling energized, but even more so while active or under the sun. Whether it’s Loewe’s printed aluminum bottle or Larq’s water-purifying insulator, keep a water bottle in tow to stay hydrated all summer long.

Loewe Leather-trimmed Printed Aluminum Water Bottle

Mess-Free MakeupWhile some of us eagerly sport a bare face, others might want to wear a bit of beach makeup—or, to have on hand for post-beach soirees. Thanks to the entrance of an array of multitasking makeup products and skin-nourishing salves, there are plenty of mess-free makeup solutions perfect for on the go. Stash Merit’s Flush Balm in your beach bag for sun-kissed color atop the eyes, cheeks, and lips, along with Chanel’s waterproof mascara. On the coverage front, Saie’s new concealer will blend like a dream to veil rogue pimples, hyperpigmentation, or dark circles. Furthermore, get your hands on Supergoop!’s mineral powder sunscreen to set your face, add a bit more coverage, or mattify oily areas.

Chanel Inimitable Waterproof Mascara

Supergoop! (Re)setting 100% Mineral Powder SPF 35

Hair HeroesMaintain a good hair day even after a dip in the ocean with a leave-in conditioner or effortless styler. Those with curly hair should consider Mizani’s Miracle Milk—a lightweight spray formulated to repair, detangle, moisturize, and combat frizz. Otherwise, Living Proof’s Dry Volume and Texture Spray will give hair a much-needed boost—not to mention soft hold regardless of humidity.

Mizani 25 Miracle Milk Leave-In Conditioner

Living Proof Full Dry Volume and Texture Spray

All-Over GlowAfter sunscreen, achieve the ultimate bronzed glow with a shimmering lotion. There’s Sol de Janiero’s SPF-infused oil that melts into skin for a touch of non-greasy illumination—not to mention leaving you with the brand’s signature scent. African Botanics oil is a fabulous option too—featuring a blend of marula oil, vitamin C, and other natural botanics.

Sol de Janeiro Bum Bum Sol Oil Sunscreen SPF 30

African Botanics Marula Shimmering Gold Oil

Mood-Boosting ScentA good fragrance can easily boost your mood, bring back fond memories, and help you feel prepped for the day ahead—so you won’t regret having your favorite scent on hand along with other beach essentials. Maybe it’s Vacation’s scent that offers a tropical vibe thanks to notes of petitgrain essence, coconut water, pineapple, and sea salt. Or perhaps Tom Ford’s Soleil Brûlant that’s seductively citrusy and spicy.

Tom Ford Soleil Brûlant Eau de Parfum

Skin RefresherIf your plans don’t allow a quick shower after your beach day, you’ll want to store some travel-friendly cleansing and odor-reducing salves in your bag. Megababe’s biodegradable wipes, infused with glycolic acid, botanical extracts, cucumber, and mint, are individually wrapped and effectively refresh the skin, while Kosas’ beloved natural deodorant works to combat body odor while soothing and brightening.

Megababe Cucumber Mint Shower Sheets

Kosas Chemistry AHA Serum Deodorant

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People Are Sharing The Characters They Hated As Kids But Totally Understand As Adults

Okay, yeah, Squidward made some valid points.

Getting older doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy the same shows and movies you did when you were a kid, but rewatching them with an adult perspective nearly guarantees that there will come a moment when you realize you sympathize less with the hero and more with the people around them trying to deal with their antics.


“Nani from Lilo and Stitch. As a kid, I thought she was temperamental and way too harsh. As an adult, it’s obvious to me that she’s a young woman in a really tough situation who, if anything, is handling things remarkably well.”

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“Especially since she’s now in a position where she has to behave like a mother in a dynamic where she was previously more of an equal. She was a kid herself, and it was understandably difficult to make that transition for both sisters. You don’t suddenly wake up one day (especially as young as Lilo is) and immediately start seeing your older sibling as a parent.”



“Squidward from SpongeBob SquarePants. I didn’t despise him, but I didn’t like him. Now, as an adult, I realize I would be much worse than him if I had to deal with SpongeBob.”

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“Azula from Avatar: The Last Airbender. I only saw her as a villain as a kid, but now I understand how she’s also a victim of her father.”


“The dad from Elf is just trying to keep his job and put food on the table while a deranged madman claiming to be his adult son from the North Pole uproots his and his family’s lives. Walter Hobbes was no saint, but, like, come on. Most people would’ve been just as rattled and frustrated.”

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“Oscar the Grouch from Sesame Street. As a kid, I thought he was mean. Now I get it. Just leave me the eff alone. Go, Oscar.”

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“King Triton from The Little Mermaid. God, Ariel’s so naive to me now as an adult. She doesn’t know this dude aside from what he looks like, and she decides she loves him and is willing to give up everything and everyone to join him on land. Except, what if Eric didn’t love her back? She didn’t think of that at all. That contract she signed would have resulted in her being under Ursula’s control if that had come to pass.”

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“Bert from Sesame Street. You wanna be Ernie as a kid, but life makes you a Bert.”

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“You need to be both. I think they represent the two sides of a healthy personality. It’s important to play, to have fun, to find joy in every day, but you need to be responsible and sensible, too. Too much Bert and your life is depressing and dull. Too much Ernie and you end up broke and lonely.” 



“The fish in The Cat in the Hat book. Freaking fish was right about everything and was just trying to keep the house neat and tidy.”

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“Uncle Phil from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. To a kid, he was a harsh jerk always ruining Will’s day. As an adult, I see he’s a caring parent trying to help Will grow into a success.”

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“The moments between him and Will where he treats him like his own son are what make you realize he really does just want to help Will achieve a happy life in the end.”



“Emily and Miranda from The Devil Wears Prada. Eleven-year-old me thought they were stuck up and too rude to Andy, but now I totally get them! If someone came into a job interview, and later for their job, with the same disrespect as Andy (not even bothering to learn about the business or even dressing for it), I’d probably despise her too, at least until she proved herself. After Andy actually started putting in effort, they started respecting her.”

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“As a kid, I identified with Lisa Simpson. A few years ago, I realized that I’m Marge. I don’t say anything about the nonsense I’m surrounded by. Instead, I just make that grimacing noise and try to keep going on.”

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“Josh from Drake & Josh! I did not despise him, but he was just…boring to me, I guess. Now I fully understand him wanting to be a smart, responsible young adult and not being able to stand Drake’s constant stupidity and Megan’s terrible pranks.”


“Boromir. I remember when Fellowship of the Ring came out, I told my mom in the theater at the end that I was glad Boromir died. He was a bad man. It’s only now as an adult that I realize how much the Ring can pull and control you, and how he knew Mordor’s armies were attacking and the Ring could be used to stop that. He was also fighting for his little brother and for his (shitty) father. It doesn’t entirely excuse him, but the situation is more nuanced than I understood when I was younger.”

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“Boromir is one of my favorite characters in literature. Aragorn is the ideal. He represents virtuous perfection. Boromir is us. Flawed, conflicted, and selfish. We all want to be Aragorn, but most of the time, we’re Boromir.”



“Yzma from The Emperor’s New Groove. That man totally ruined her life for no good reason at all, and he was an asshole to nearly everyone.”

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“Miranda Hillard in Mrs. Doubtfire. That poor woman.”

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“Goofy in A Goofy Movie. I thought he was so mean for forcing Max to go on a vacation instead of letting him do what he wanted and have fun his way. But as an adult, and especially now with my own kid, I completely relate. He is just trying to have one last bonding moment with his son before he goes away. Max needed to stop being a whiny lil’ shit and just do it for his dad, and realize how much this meant to Goofy because he loves him and knows how much he is gonna miss Max.”

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“Uncle Owen being hard on Luke in Star Wars resonates with any kid whose parents didn’t let them have their way, but the dude took in a child, no questions asked, and was just overprotective because to his knowledge, being a Jedi (or having a life of adventure in general) killed his stepbrother.”


“Dr. Doofenshmirtz from Phineas and Ferb. You just feel bad for him and respect how he’s such a good father, considering his awful childhood.”

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“Iceman from Top Gun. He thought Maverick was a wild card and was going to get someone killed with his antics. Then Maverick goes and does just that. Iceman’s concerns were valid and later confirmed to be true, but he’s the dick?”

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“Mojo Jojo from The Powerpuff Girls. I, too, get mad whenever a kid keeps on interrupting my business.”

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And finally: “The Trix rabbit and the Lucky Charms leprechaun. Dudes just wanted to eat their cereal in peace. Goddamn kids ruined everything.”

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Nicole Kidman Adorably Crashes Keith Urban’s Las Vegas Concert

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban are both natives of the land down under, but the couple met and fell in love on the other side of the world.

The Big Little Lies star and Urban first crossed paths at the G’Day USA Gala — an event honoring Australians in Los Angeles — in 2005. Kidman was immediately smitten with the country singer, but Urban took a little longer to come around.

“I remember thinking, I had such a crush on him, and he wasn’t interested in me,” Kidman told Ellen DeGeneres in 2017. “It’s true! He didn’t call me for four months.”

However, the “God Whispered Your Name” singer didn’t immediately contact the actress because he wasn’t in the right mindset for a relationship at the time.

“Somebody had given me her number and I had it in my pocket for a while. I kept looking at it thinking, ‘If I call this number, she’s going to answer. I don’t know what [to] say,’” Urban recalled on the Australian talk show Interview in 2018. “I wasn’t in a very healthy place in my life.”

He added, “I’d never have thought she’d see anything in a guy like me. But, at some point, I plucked up the courage to call those numbers and she answered, and we started talking and we talked and talked and talked and talked and it was effortless.”

The couple later tied the knot in June 2006 in a romantic ceremony in Manly, Australia. Kidman and Urban’s wedded bliss was short-lived as the “Wasted Time” crooner entered rehab in October 2006 after the Bombshell star staged an intervention.

“I caused the implosion of my fresh marriage,” Urban told Rolling Stone in 2016. “It survived, but it’s a miracle it did. I was spiritually awoken with her. I use the expression ‘I was born into her,’ and that’s how I feel. And for the first time in my life, I could shake off the shackles of addiction.”

Kidman gave birth to their first child, daughter Sunday Rose, in July 2008. Urban and the Moulin Rouge star welcomed their second daughter, Faith Margaret, via surrogate in December 2011. The Oscar winner is also the mother of daughter Isabella and son Conner, whom she adopted with her ex-husband Tom Cruise.

The Lion star told Harper’s Bazaar in 2018 that her marriage has been successful because the couple always make time for each other.

“Obviously I work hard, but when I’m off, I’m off,” she explained. “Keith and I are very good at immediately clicking off because we have a really good life in Nashville that’s very simple, quiet and nourishing because we’ve made it like that.”

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