Pixie Lott looks so elegant in a long, lilac dress while leaving the Haymarket Theater after rehearsals on Thursday (July 21) in London, England.
Just the night before, the 25-year-old actress/singer was seen leaving the theater in a bright pink blazer while boyfriend Oliver Cheshire was spotted at the the 2016 Global Gift Party in Ibiza, Spain.
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In her new glam feature with Galore mag, Pixie dished about the best lesson she’s learned so far in life.
“To never stop working hard, take risks and challenge yourself,” she shared. “This year I stepped fully out of my comfort zone and it was really daunting playing Holly in Breakfast At Tiffany’s. I had to take dialect lessons to perfect her accent, learn a huge script, learn how to play guitar – it was certainly nerve-wracking, but I am loving every moment now.”
20+ pics inside of Pixie Lott…
Demi Lovato glams up the September 2016 cover of Elle Canada.
The 23-year-old musician opened up to the glossy about her fans, her charity and more. Check it:
On relating to her fans: “Honesty gives me a way to relate to my fans. If I’m not honest, then I can’t open up to them and they can’t relate to me at all. I try to inspire people by saying ‘If I can go through that, you can go through that.’”
On her charity work being overshadowed: “It’s frustrating to see my charity work overshadowed by silly things, but you have to roll with the punches…The accolades that matter most to me are the ones that recognize the work I’ve done charity-wise. That’s really what matters most. No number one single can ever top that.”
On the one thing she absolutely believes in: “Aliens! I’ve seen a UFO. A couple of years ago, I was walking outside and I looked up and it was almost like there was a worm in the sky. It was changing shapes and moving all over the place.”
Gabby Douglas shows off her perfect landing form in this shot from her feature in W Magazine.
The 20-year-old gymnast is headed to Rio for her second Olympic Games and opened up about her chances of a repeat performance as the All-Around champion.
“I don’t see it as pressure, I see it as such a great opportunity,” Gabby shared. “Everything is going really well and my body and my mind are in a good place. Why not give it all another chance? I just to make the best out of it.”
Thinking about after the games, Gabby knows exactly what she wants to do: “Once I am done with gym, we will do outrageous things. Nothing too outrageous, but I will be allowed to do more. I love roller coasters. There is one by where I train, a ride called the Millennium, and it goes like 90 miles per hour and it’s straight up and straight down and it is so much fun.”
Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato are “friends with (career) benefits” on the latest cover of Billboard magazine.
The longtime friends, tourmates, and business partners opened up to the glossy about all kinds of topics. Check it:
Nick on Demi leaving the 2010 Jonas tour after punching a dancer: “That we were going to get sued. I mean, it was bad. On top of losing a friend, we have seven dates left, it’s a big production, people are expecting to see Demi and that’s not going to happen. I was angry…”
Demi on leaving Disney: “We joked around that it was Disney High, except we all were shooting shows and really overworking. I joke that I sometimes have PTSD after leaving the channel, because if my schedule starts to get too busy, I rebel and I get bitchy…”
Nick on being advocates for the LGBTQ community: “Think about my past and where my love for performance comes from — musical theater. And playing this gay fighter in a very macho world for Kingdom, it requires me digging really deep, and I do it with respect and honor.”
For more on Nick and Demi, visit Billboard.com.
Pierson Fode is definitely our man crush Monday with his new feature in Spy News Magazine.
The 24-year-old actor opened up about growing up on a farm, his big break in the industry and more. Check it:
On ditching life on a farm for the camera: “As a kid growing up on a farm in Washington state, I knew that I wanted to be a part of movies the second I was born, I think. So what I did when I was little: I took my parents’ video camera and I would get all my friends and my family together and we’d go film movies. They were glorious and terrible, probably the worst things you could ever watch, but I loved it. Eventually I got better at it and started submitting to different little film festivals.”
On going to a soap opera: “I think that with any role that you take on you have to be careful about getting typecast. George Clooney and Julia Roberts, who started in soaps, played great characters and then moved on and started doing other things. I think that in a lot of ways soap operas are kind of the equivalent of English theater in America. We have soap operas that train and hone our great actors these days, so I’m hoping that’s what I’d gain from this experience.”
On his very first role: “The first role I ever did… I had four lines on a Nickelodeon show called iCarly. I was playing a character dressed up for a Halloween party. I hit on Miranda Cosgrove, then was freaked out and ran away because she had a strange voice, that was it. It was kind of fun.”
Julianne Hough walks with brother Derek and some friends on her way to the Move Interactive event in Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon (July 14).
The 27-year-old actress is featured in the new issue of Haute Living LA magazine and opened up about teaming up with MPG Sport for a new athleisure collection.
“I wanted to be able to create and collaborate with somebody who had that type of ‘athleisure’ wear that you can mix and match with performance gear,” Julianne shared. “I wanted it to be really cute, too. ”
She added, “I think it’s a huge confidence-builder, looking good while you’re working out. You want to feel good going into it.”
35+ pics inside of Julianne and Derek Hough…
Meghan Trainor graces the newest cover of Billboard magazine.
The 22-year-old “Me Too” singer opened up about meeting Christina Grimmie, her friendship with Chloe Moretz and more. Check it:
On Christina Grimmie: “I knew of her really well. In high school I would always follow her YouTube page, and I commented in high school, and she commented back, and I was like, ‘Mom! A celebrity commented on my page!’ I was freaking out. I was stoked. I met her at some radio show I did like my first year. And I was like, ‘Dude, I followed your YouTube and you commented!’ She was like, ‘What? You know who I am?’ She was so sweet.”
On her friendship with Chloe Moretz: “Other celebrity friends, they’re not your best friends because you don’t get to see them, and when you do, you’re like, ‘Oh, hi. Are you exhausted, too?’ Chloe’s just really real.”
On wanting to play the trumpet on her tour: “I’m not good at trumpet, but I played it from third grade to senior year! [This tour is] really about showing me off as a musician. I just said, ‘Put me on every instrument you can find and make it look cool.’”
Gigi Hadid takes the cover of the new issue of Vogue with Olympian Ashton Eaton!
In the issue, Gigi chatted about her life as a model, and her former days as a volleyball star. Here’s what she shared…
Gigi, on her busy life: “I pretty much just go day by day. It keeps me a lot more focused and less stressed out. A calm mind-set— you know, refreshing your brain after every play.”
Gigi, on how she has trained as a former volleyball star: “I mean, I trained like a professional athlete… that’s why I think I get along so well with athletes, although people cannot imagine me as a volleyball player. I’m just a lot more intense than you assume. I’m very competitive.”
FYI: Gigi is wearing a Versace dress on the cover.
For more from Gigi and Ashton, visit Vogue.com.