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Gigi Hadid Talks About Living on a Farm with Kendall Jenner!

Gigi Hadid Talks About Living on a Farm with Kendall Jenner!

Gigi Hadid is opening up to her famous friends!

The 24-year-old model poses on the April cover of Harper Bazaar, where she was interviewed by friends including Kendall Jenner, Taylor Swift, and more.

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Kendall: “What has living on your farm taught you?”

Gigi: “The farm has really made me remember, and bring back to my life, my most simple pleasures. It’s allowed me to fill my days off with the little things that make me happy, like art, gardening, yoga, cooking, being outside, and spending time with my loved ones and animals without having to worry about things like what I’m wearing or how my hair looks, or being photographed or seen that day. Being away from the city and the public eye makes me feel like a kid again, and that freedom has been really healing for me.”

For more from Gigi Hadid and her famous friends, head to HarpersBazaar.com.

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Noah Centineo Says He Gets Treated Differently Based on His Hairstyle!

Noah Centineo Says He Gets Treated Differently Based on His Hairstyle!

Noah Centineo gives the camera a smoldering stare during his HarpersBAZAAR.com‘s men’s digital cover photo shoot.

Here’s what the The Perfect Date star had to say to the outlet:

On the impact of changing his hairstyle: “Some people in my life think that I’ve kind of shifted into a more masculine brooding type. They treat me differently. People are more intimidated. Maybe not intimidated but … a little timid. The buzz cut guy with scars on his face is a little different than, like, long-hair cute boy.”

On his drug use before becoming sober: “There wasn’t really much I wouldn’t do. I never, ever injected anything, which is good. I smoked a lot of things. I was really upset, man. It was a really dark time in my life.”

On living with his mom after his parents’ divorce: “As the 15-year-old living in close quarters with my mom, I felt an obligation to step up and fill a role, fill a position that was vacant at that time, you know, and in doing so, I bristled and I kind of shoved down a lot of emotion.”

On his relationship with his current girlfriend: “It’s the longest relationship I’ve ever been in. She’s very good at monogamy. Actually, I love monogamy too.” On trashing the fantasy of the one-night stand: “Dude, you ever actually have one? Ninety percent of the time, they’re not good.”

For more from Noah Centineo, visit HarpersBAZAAR.com.

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Lili Reinhart Sometimes Spent Her School Lunches in the Bathroom

Lili Reinhart Sometimes Spent Her School Lunches in the Bathroom

Lili Reinhart looks stunning on one of the covers of Allure‘s March 2020 edition, available on February 18.

Here’s what the Hustlers star had to say to the outlet:

On knowing her worth: “I do know the value that I bring as someone who attracts an audience. And I’m not going to accept less than what I think I’m worth. And it’s okay to fight for what I’m worth.”

On how far she has come and finding confidence: “Three and a half years ago, I had no money. I didn’t have a love in my life like I do now. I didn’t have any sort of confidence that I was on the right track, and now I have those things.”

On always having stardom in her sights: “I always knew this is what I was going to do. I never had a plan B.”

On experiencing anxiety during high school: “I felt very alone. But I was not being bullied, which made it really hard for my parents to understand. I went through a semester when I didn’t have any friends in my lunch period, and I didn’t want to sit in a huge cafeteria by myself, so I would find classrooms to go sit in alone, or spend time in the bathroom, just chilling.”

On fame: “It’s so weird. I don’t really think about it until I’m around people. I don’t think about it until I see young women, because those are the people that recognize me. Then all of a sudden, I become very aware.”

For more from Lili, visit Allure.com.

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Kaitlyn Dever, Sofia Carson, & More Celebrate Their 'Teen Vogue' Covers!

Kaitlyn Dever, Sofia Carson, & More Celebrate Their 'Teen Vogue' Covers!

Teen Vogue is celebrating the Young Hollywood class of 2020 with its new issue and some of the cover stars stepped out to celebrate the issue at an event on Wednesday (February 5) at San Vicente Bungalows in West Hollywood, Calif.

Kaitlyn Dever, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Millicent Simmonds, and Sofia Carson are all featured on covers for the new Teen Vogue issue. For this year’s cover profiles, each rising star was paired in conversation with an industry veteran who helped pave the way. The other covers stars are Jacob Batalon, Ncuti Gatwa, Theo Germaine, Dafne Keen, and Liza Koshy.

The four stars pictured were all in attendance to celebrate the covers and they were joined by Kaitlyn‘s Unbelievable co-star Danielle Macdonald and Paris Jackson.

See more from the cover stars at TeenVogue.com!

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Here's When Kylie Jenner First Became Aware of Her Fame

Here's When Kylie Jenner First Became Aware of Her Fame

Kylie Jenner is opening up about when she first became aware of her fame and influence.

Here’s what the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star had to say in her recent cover interview for Harper’s Bazaar‘s March issue, available on February 18:

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On if she ever envisioned the success Kylie Cosmetics would have: “I didn’t think it was possible. I didn’t think that this could really be my job. I always loved makeup, though. I wanted to watch tutorials. I would play with my own makeup or my mom’s. I’ve always loved makeup, and I was obsessed with lipstick.”

On when she first became aware of the power she wielded: “Probably more when I was on the red carpet with Kim. I always knew my family was a big deal, but me, solo, probably around when my pop-ups started. Or when I started dyeing my hair blue and cut my hair off, and then everyone started dyeing their hair blue and cutting it off. And I was like, ‘Whoa.’ I realized what an influence I had. I was probably like 16.”


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Olivia Rodrigo Gets Candid About the Pressures of Joining the 'High School Musical' Franchise

Olivia Rodrigo Gets Candid About the Pressures of Joining the 'High School Musical' Franchise

Olivia Rodrigo looks stunning in a snap from her shoot for Mood magazine’s winter/spring issue, available now.

Here’s what the 16-year-old High School Musical: The Musical: The Series actress had to share with the mag:

On the end of Bizaardvark: “I started that work when I was 12 years old and kind of grew up on that show and grew up with all my castmates. So, having [the series end] is actually quite hard with a very emotional, definitive end of a chapter. But it was such a great experience and you know, everybody tells me don’t cry…because it happened. I try to have that mindset about the whole last season. I…took the lessons that I learned from that set throughout my whole life and I’m still best friends with so many people that I met on the show. So, yeah it was a great experience.”

On the pressure of filling the shoes of the original HSM: “Yeah that’s definitely real pressure from being a part of this amazing franchise. I’m like oh gosh am I doing it right? It’s such a nostalgic prospect franchise for people including me. After reading the whole script and talking to all the writers and amazing showrunners I had so much to talk to them about what we were doing. What they said to me is they’re not remaking it at all because there is just no way you could makeover High School Musical. There is no way to recapture that lightning in a bottle that franchise was. It was a totally new, modern, different twist, honestly, while still paying respect to the movies put me at ease. So, I think when people realize we’re doing a new thing they’ll be able to accept it.”

On her favorite memory on set: “We had so much fun! I think my favorite memory with all of us was my birthday. I turned 16 on set and so everybody took me to go roller-skating in Utah. My best friend actually flew out from LA to come and surprise me in Utah at the roller-skating rink. We all just skated around, had so much fun, and the DJ at the roller ring played my favorite music and it was just a ball. I remember feeling in the moment. I was where I belonged which was a really nice feeling.”

For more from Olivia Rodrigo, visit moodmagazine.co.

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Cameron Dallas Opens Up About Dealing With Fame: 'I Go To A Lot Of Therapy'

Cameron Dallas Opens Up About Dealing With Fame: 'I Go To A Lot Of Therapy'

Cameron Dallas demolishes a pie on the cover of Mood magazine’s winter/spring issue, available now.

Here’s what the 25-year-old actor had to share with the mag:

On his current relationship: “I’m dating someone right now and we met at the movies and it was cool. It was natural. I didn’t have to like DM her anything so it was dope. And I would say the best advice for everyone is just to take it slow and not rush into anything.”

On dealing with fame: “I go to a lot of therapy. I think what helps me a lot is talking about it, and not even talking about [fame and attention] but just things that I’ve dealt with growing up and like inner struggles that I’ve had, and kind of working through other people that are trying to get past those problems as well. I think that does a great deal for me it’s service you know…I have a psychotherapist, a regular therapist, my primary therapist, a sex therapist, I have group therapy, art therapy, music therapy there’s just a bunch of things that you can do and it’s really cool. So, I think speaking out about what your problems are and helping others will help you with your problems as well.”

On speaking out about going to rehab: “There’s a lot of people that get sober go to rehab and they don’t talk about it. You know there is an ugly stigma around it and I think it’s really important that people start speaking out about these things because they’re real problems and you know I will talk about being an alcoholic. For example, about ten percent of everyone in U.S. is an alcoholic. So that means a big percentage of people are affected by an alcoholic. Whether it be yourself or a family member or a friend, or someone that you know. I think it’s really important to speak out. The other thing is too is mental health in general. You know for me drinking was a vehicle that made me more comfortable with myself and helped me numb things, but the real problems are behind that. Like being an ACOA [Adult Children of Alcoholics] going up with an alcoholic or having your own childhood trauma that you have to work through problems that you have and kind of just speaking out about that.

For more from Cameron Dallas, visit moodmagazine.co.

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