Brenda Song is living all our fashion dreams out in her new feature for Bello mag.
The Pure Genius star chatted about the CBS show, where she stars as Angie Cheng, and will air its’ Christmas episode tonight!
Talking about the surgeries you see on the series, Brenda says there’s no way you’ll ever see her doing that!
“I’m super squeamish haha I can’t even watch the ‘surgeries’ we do on our show!” she shared.
Brenda adds, “The only thing I could probably be is a psychiatrist. I love psychology and human behavior.”
JJJ Fun Fact: Brenda actually has a bachelor’s degree in psychology!
For more on Brenda, pick up the new issue of Bello, available on the App!
Derek Hough really dove into the Corny Collins character for Hairspray Live!
Corny Collins was based on a real person – Buddy Deane, and his show was actually cancelled because he was all for integration in the 1960s!
“That integration really changed not just culture and humanity, but dance,” he shared with NKD mag. “Me being a dancer and learning the history of it, and seeing where all these moves and trends came from, it’s pretty cool…It’s about that time and what it meant. To do The Twist was considered vulgar.”
Can’t wait to watch Derek tonight!
If you missed it, Derek also teamed up with Tia Girl’s Club for a holiday Treasure Box.
The boxes are filled with inspirational messaging and cool activities to encourage kids to follow their dreams.
Keke Palmer is part of the “new class” in Elle.com‘s new feature.
The Scream Queens star, who has been vocal about the election, dishes on what we should do now that Donald Trump is the President-Elect.
“Now that he is our president, I feel that we have a responsibility to show him the truth…It’s up to us to come together on our individual, cultural oppression and make our voices heard because if we do not we will being not only a disservice to ourselves but also to ‘our president’,” she shares.
Keke adds, “I will not live in the world where I allow ignorance to win because I wish not to teach beyond it in the best ways that I can.”
“We have to teach differences, coexistence and acceptance if we want for ignorance to cease and we have to be persistent and stern and patient, even to those who’ve upset us the most.”
Bella Hadid looks gorgeous in a photo from her spread in Paper Magazine’s Outspoken issue, available December 12th.
The 20-year-old model opened up about the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, being superstitious and wanting to act. Check it:
On getting cast in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show: “I was really surprised, but definitely excited. I tried last year [to be cast in] the show. I think everything happens for a reason.”
On her regimen leading up to the show: “Working out and eating well…I feel the healthiest I’ve been in a long time. I feel fit.”
On taking on acting roles in the future: “I think it would be really fun, because it’s exciting to be in front of the camera on film instead of just pictures. I have so many goals…most of the time I like to keep them to myself, because I’m really superstitious.”
For more from Bella Hadid, visit PaperMag.com.
Sophie Simnett opts for a fun colorful print for the new Winter 2016 cover of Wonderland magazine.
The 19-year-old actress opens up to the glossy about her new Disney Channel show The Lodge. Check it:
On starring in a teen show: “Well it the show has all the classic aspects of Disney in it. And it’s a really local show, and engages with local issues. You have the musical aspect of it, too, which is really wonderful and always engaging. But my character goes through a lot: she’s dealing with the death of a mother, with the massive adjustment from moving from a big city to the countryside — a lot of aspects other teen shows don’t necessarily confront. There’s more to it.”
On being a female lead: “Well Skye is incredibly strong. I think my peers and I are very aware of feminism, it’s a very important topic. I mean, feminism defined is believing in equality in both genders, why isn’t that inherent? We have to embrace it and go with it. There’s such a massive group of supporters for these equal rights, you would hope people who didn’t believe it would see that and be like, ‘Oh, wait.’”
For more on Sophie, visit WonderlandMagazine.com.
Thomas Doherty looks super dreamy in the new Winter 2016 issue of Wonderland magazine.
The 21-year-old actor opens up to the glossy about playing Harry Hook, the son of Captain Hook, in Descendants 2. starring in the new series The Lodge, and more. Check it:
On Descendants 2: “I arguably play the most evil character of them all…It’s just that you get to bring such a different energy to set, because the character is so different from yourself. So when you get on set and get in costume you really can immerse yourself.”
On The Lodge: “Well it’s been amazing. For us all it’s een the first step in our careers, apart from other little small bits, and it’s really exciting. It’s incredible: the whole experience, being on set, filming, the reaction on social media
On being a part of the Disney dynasty: “It’s great, we are definitely in a position where we can help, and influence young people positively to be active, for example. You’re able to recommend things: try dancing, try singing, try sport, or something. When you take on these jobs it’s important to be aware that you are taking on more than just a role: you’re taking on a responsibility to the fans.”
Also pictured below: Thomas‘s Lodge co-star Luke Newton.
For more on Thomas, visit WonderlandMagazine.com.
Asa Butterfield gets his close up on the latest cover Da Man magazine’s brand new issue!
The 19-year-old The Space Between Us star chatted about having to do an American accent for films, and the possibility of doing a TV show. Here’s what he shared…
On if he would sign on for a TV show: “Yeah, I think I would do some more TV. Merlin and Ashes to Ashes are the only things I’ve done so far, and I think there are some incredible TV shows on at the moment. If something great came on, I would love to get back into it.
On his biggest challenge working in America (he’s an English actor): “The biggest challenge is the accent. As an English actor here, to be successful means you really have to be able to do an American accent, and thankfully, I can, and a lot of English actors can as well. I tend to think that English actors are better at American than American actors are at English. Don’t know why. Maybe our accents are a bit harder. No, I think that’s right actually. The American accent is really kind of relaxed and easy. Once I started doing an American accent in a movie, I actually prefer to talk like that because it takes much less effort and it takes me a while to get back into my normal voice.”
For more from Asa, visit DaMan.co.id.
Meghan Trainor looks gorgeous for Billboard magazine’s 2016 Women in Music feature.
The 22-year-old singer opened up to the glossy about her career, her boyfriend Daryl Sabara, and more. Check it:
On 2016: “Growing up, I remember I always wanted to be 22. Now I am. I’ve finished a tour and sold out every show; got a Grammy; I have an amazing new boyfriend. For some reason, I knew this would be my year.”
On writing: “When I walk into the studio, the first thing I think is, ‘I’m dealing with this right now, but can I make a male relate to this too? Or a mother?’ When I write about universal concepts, other artists are like fans: ‘Oh, my God, I feel the same way!’ ”
On her fears: “I’ve been on that American Horror Story grind. But I’m afraid of the dark! I have so many night lights in my room.”
On her kindred spirit: “My boyfriend knows what it’s like to be on a red carpet, to be super hot for a second with everyone talking about you. It’s nice to have someone who actually understands.”
For more on Meghan, visit Billboard.com.
ALSO MUST-READ: Meghan dishes on the moment she fell in love with Daryl!