Kylie Jenner graces the new cover of Fault mag, which hits news stands on March 20th.
The 17-year-old reality star, who was shot by Lionel Deluy and styled by Monica Rose, opened up to the glossy about social media, growing up in the spotlight and more. Check it:
On social media: “People are going to judge you no matter what you do. So now I feel like I haven’t been open as much as I used to be. I haven’t really been letting my fans get to know me a lot; I closed down a little. I love to connect with people, but it became just a bigger door for people to judge me. I feel like, growing up, I haven’t had a lot of room for error – I don’t have room to make mistakes. You need to make mistakes to grow and learn, but I’m just a little different because the whole world is watching me, every single thing I do. So I closed my door a little, just until I get a bit older and then I’ll probably get back into it. On Instagram I’m like a different person almost, I just show people what I want people see.”
On growing a thick skin: “Being in my family, under scrutiny all the time… it affects the other people around me. My friends can get freaked out when they come into my world. It’s sad when you really think about it. There have been so many people that come into my family’s life that can’t handle it. And we handle a lot. The more people love you, the more there’s going to be people who hate you. So I just feel like the girl who is an easy target to talk about. It’s definitely been crazy, but I feel like we all have trust that we’re in it together and we try to focus on the positive.”
On pressure of fame: “I never feel pressure to be a good role model. I always try to do my best to inspire people to be good and do the right thing, but I just can’t live my life always trying to be a good role model. I try to be the best I can be, but it’s hard sometimes. We’re all human. I just like to live each day and just be me and be real. I definitely always feel pressure to act a certain way, but I try my best not to let it affect me – although there are times where I’m not totally myself because of that. Even at the mall I feel like I can’t totally be myself. When I’m not in public, I try to always be with my friends, so I can totally be myself and not have to worry about people judging or watching.”
Grace Kaufman is super cute in this new feature for the March/April 2015 issue of LVLten magazine, available on March 1.
The 12-year-old Lab Rats actress opened up to the glossy about her celebrity crushes!
“I like Leonardo DiCaprio a lot. I think he’s really handsome, and when he was a little boy especially, he was really handsome,” Grace said. “I just had a fan phase of Peter Pan and I really like Jeremy Sumpter. I have been looking at pictures of him, and stalking him online, and looking up hashtags of Peter Pan both when he was little and now. He’s still handsome, but I think he was more handsome when he was a little boy.”
For more on Grace, visit LVLtenmag.com.
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Katherine McNamara strikes on serious pose for this new feature in the March/April 2015 issue of LVLten magazine, available on March 1.
The 19-year-old actress opened up to the glossy about her music career. Check it:
“It’s pop music but I’m finessing the exact vibe. It’s going to be something that suites my personality and is an expression of myself. I feel if I’m going to do music it has to be a part of myself that I’m sharing with the world, because I’m not playing a character, I’m being myself,” Kat said. “Stylistically if you took Bridgit Mendler, Cher Lloyd, and Karmin, and went in that vibe, perhaps that might encompass it. I’ve got a bunch of new music coming that I’m putting together right now. I’ve got a little window of time that I’m trying to get a few songs recorded and get that done to put an EP together.”
For more on Kat, visit LVLtenmag.com.
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Richard Madden gives his best Thinker face in this new shot from the March 2015 issue of Nylon.
The 28-year-old actor opened up about his rising fame, Game of Thrones and Cinderella. Check it:
On his growing fame: “Being in other countries was when I realized Game of Thrones was so big, because in my head I just shot a little TV show in Ireland. You’re walking around in Paris or Rome and strangers want to take a selfie with you, and you’re like, ‘Oh shit, this is kind of big.’”
On his parents watching him die onscreen on GoT: “It’s f***ing heartbreaking because I don’t think my mum and dad—particularly my mum—can ever separate it as if it’s not me. It’s always me.”
On preparing for a role: “When I’m not working, I’m either getting thin and fit to do a job, or, if I don’t have to be working out every day, I can get fat and drink beer.”
On the press tour for Cinderella: “I hate all the red carpet stuff. It’s weird, because it’s part of what’s expected of you now. I’m an actor. That’s my job. But actually, no, this has got to be part of my profession. You just suck it up and try and make it as painless as possible.”
Lily James goes from elegance to edgy on the cover of ASOS Magazine‘s April 2015 issue.
The 25-year-old actress opened up about her role as Cinderella, bonding with her Downton Abbey co-stars and more. Check it:
On her role in Cinderella: “Playing a Disney princess is the most amazing, unbelievable thing…and on the other, its completely terrifying. I would say it’s a cocktail of every sort of emotion. Princesses are great role models.. they teach you about grief loss and have big hearts.”
On her BFFs Michelle Dockery and Laura Carmichael: “I really love those girls…we hang out as much as we can off-set. We always go to the pub together..and sort of live near each other- on Downtown…we’re always laughing.”
On sitting front-row with Anna Wintour: “I’d had a couple of drinks beforehand so I was pretty relaxed… she was so nice. She cracked a few jokes and pointed out dresses that she thought I could wear to the Cinderella premiere. Honestly, she was really cool.”
On her own dream: “To run away and work in a little bookstore in Paris and drink coffee…read books and live this beautiful glamorous life.”
The April issue is out on ASOSMagazine.com NOW.
FYI: Lily is wearing the ASOS Wide Leg Cut Out Denim Jumpsuit, Metallic Knitted Skinny Scarf, and Leaf Swing Earrings on the cover.
Zoe Kravitz is white hot on the cover of Ocean Drive magazine’s March 2015 issue, out on newsstands now!
On growing up in the spotlight: “I can’t imagine what it’s like for people who come from very normal lives and all of a sudden become famous. I’ve been lucky enough to dip my toe in it and feel the water before I got in the pool.”
On what is important to her in a relationship: “I don’t have much of a type; the most important thing to me in a relationship is that they can make me laugh and I can make them laugh. Laughing is just the deepest, sexiest thing.”
On Lolawolf’s recent big break as opening acts for Miley Cyrus and Lily Allen: “It was a big learning curve. We were used to playing really small venues, in front of people we know and love…Miley and Lily were both really supportive. Then there’s the truth of being an opening act: You’ve got to pay your dues. You’re not the band the audience came to see. It gives you thick skin, and you learn to perform even when the audience isn’t giving you that energy.”
For more on Zoe, visit Oceandrive.com!
Also pictured: Zoe hugging a close friend while exiting the Chateau Marmont on Tuesday (February 24) in West Hollywood, Calif.
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Bianca Santos sits backwards in a car in this new feature from Maxim‘s March 2015 issue.
The 24-year-old The DUFF actress chatted with the glossy about psychology, being nuts and diversity on television. Check it:
On analyzing people using her background in Psychology: “Everyone is on a spectrum of crazy. If we just accept that, we can actually get places.”
On considering herself crazy: “Oh, my God, I’m so crazy! But good crazy. You can ask my boyfriend. I’m insane, but he says I’m worth it, so that means something.”
On contributing to diversity on TV: “I remember growing up and not relating to anyone on the TV screen. I grew up thinking, ‘I’m not blonde, so I’m not beautiful.’ I think the shift in diversity in film and TV is great. I love the fact that the person who was missing on TV and film—now that’s me.”