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Madison Beer Has Stars in Her Eyes For 'Schon' Mag Feature

Madison Beer Has Stars in Her Eyes For 'Schon' Mag Feature

Madison Beer literally shines in her new feature for Schon magazine.

The “Dead” singer opened up about her musical aspirations in the glossy, after dropping her brand new single.

“I love songwriting. It gives me an opportunity to be creative and pour my heart out,” she shared. “[It] has really expanded my love for music even though I didn’t think I could love it any more.”

Music is so important to Madison that it actually “saved my life and changed it for the better. I couldn’t imagine a world without music. It’s also affected my personal life greatly since it has introduced me to people who share my passion.”

So, what can we expect next from her music? “I’m going for anything I feel creative in that particular moment. I know that sounds weird and abstract but I listen to various genres every day so my references shift substantially. It’d mostly be Pop and R&B influenced, though.”

Madison‘s gorgeous Schon spread was shot by photographer Angela Peterman with styling by Nicolas Bru, hair by Mateo Sifuentes and makeup by Mynxii White.

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Dove Cameron Has Two Special Connections With Sofia Carson & China Anne McClain

Dove Cameron Has Two Special Connections With Sofia Carson & China Anne McClain

Dove Cameron shines on her cover for the new issue of Girl’s Life magazine.

The Descendants 2 star shares the cover with her two co-stars, Sofia Carson and China Anne McClain.

In the glossy, Dove opens up about finding her way in the franchise and just how special her connection to China and Sofia is.

There were some rough days [for me], but they had nothing to do with being on set,” Dove shared about having some personal rough days. “Descendants
was a very transitional time for me, and Descendants 2 even more so.

“I definitely found solace and comfort in Kenny [Ortega]. And, obviously, Thomas [Doherty]. He was a great friend to me then and is my boyfriend now,” she adds.

Sofia, though, can always tell when I’m in a bad mood.”

“I can tell as soon as she walks into the trailer if she’s having a bad day,” Sofia chimed in. “You are so much happier now than during Descendants,
Dove.”

With China, Dove admits that she’s in awe of China‘s vocals.

“I’ve known China for a while. We both had shows on Disney Channel. And I’ve always known this: She’s one of the most incredible vocalists I have ever heard in real life. She’s beyond,” Dove says. “She is always fully present with the people she’s with, too.”

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Kaia Gerber Talks Balancing High School With Her Modeling Career (& Why She Doesn't Say No to Pizza)

Kaia Gerber Talks Balancing High School With Her Modeling Career (& Why She Doesn't Say No to Pizza)

Kaia Gerber is giving fans an inside look at her everyday life!

The actress, model, and daughter of Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber looks stunning as usual in her recent shoot with Byrdie, where she talked about her new modeling gig for Marc Jacobs.

Here’s what Kaia had to share:

On high school life: “I love normal high school things. When I’m working, sometimes I’ll have to miss a party or something, and I still get bummed out about stuff like that. I get as excited about something in school as I do about work, and that’s why it’s fun. When I’m not working, I’m a normal high school girl. I think separating it is good – my friends at school, we don’t really talk about this side of my life. The only connection is when they see me on Instagram and stuff, but other than that, when I’m at home, I’m just normal. I don’t think you ever really get used to being photographed; it’s not a normal thing. So when I can stay out of it, I do.”

On not saying no to pizza: “Staying in shape is definitely something I think about, but I don’t let it get in the way. I’m active, but I’m not just going to wake up and go to the gym and not eat pizza. If there’s pizza or if there’s ice cream, I’m going to eat it. If you’re not going to eat it when you’re 15, when are you going to eat it? This is probably one of the last times that I can do this, so I’m like, ‘Sure, give me everything because one day, I’m not going to be able to eat whatever I want.’”

For more from Kaia, visit Byrdie.com.

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The '13 Reasons Why' Cast Gushes Over Selena Gomez for 'V Magazine'

The '13 Reasons Why' Cast Gushes Over Selena Gomez for 'V Magazine'

Alisha Boe, Tommy Dorfman, and Brandon Flynn hold nothing back in this new feature for V Magazine.

The 13 Reasons Why stars all gushed over working with producer Selena Gomez. Check it:

Alisha: I admire Selena for being transparent about her mental health issues and how she uses her platform to start a conversation and lift the stigma on mental health. She’s genuinely passionate about 13 Reasons Why and she believes in the message behind the show. It’s been a pleasure working with her.

Brandon: Selena Gomez is a beautiful person. She shares so much of herself and I think it helps a lot of people out there dealing with the same things. She is very busy, so my interactions with her during filming were limited, but her generosity and passion are very alive in the project, and that was really important to a lot of us!

Tommy: Selena was, and is, a huge inspiration for me. She challenges me to be more truthful both on set and off. Her courage encouraged me to be open publicly about my own issues with mental health and addiction, knowing that being open about that might help someone else.

For more on the 13 Reasons Why cast, visit VMagazine.com.

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The Vamps Get Real About Dream Girls, Perfect Dates, & the Cure For Heartbreak

The Vamps Get Real About Dream Girls, Perfect Dates, & the Cure For Heartbreak

The Vamps look super cute on the brand new cover of Popstar magazine!

The guys – Brad Simpson, James McVey, Connor Ball, and Tristan Evans – opened up the glossy about their love lives! Check it:

Tristan on his dream girl: “Someone who’s kind and doesn’t take herself too seriously. She’s also got to have a good sense of humor!”

Brad on long distance relationships: “Are definitely able to hold down. As hard as they can be, they do have their upsides. It’s exciting seeing someone after a long trip and I think you value the time with them more.”

James on his idea of a perfect date: “Netflix and good food!”

Tristan on his cure for heartbreak is:Adele and baths!”

For more on The Vamps, visit Popstaronline.com, and pick up the issue on stands now!

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Lorde's Talks About Why She's 'So Passionate' About Going Home to New Zealand

Lorde's Talks About Why She's 'So Passionate' About Going Home to New Zealand

Lorde‘s Dior jumpsuit is so on point on the cover of Elle magazine’s June 2017 issue, on newsstands now.

The 20-year-old entertainer talks about her home in New Zealand, her creative process, and more. Here’s what she shared…

On having a private creative process: “Everyone’s making music in L.A. now—which is great if you aren’t the shyest, most introverted nerd. I found it a little too social. I made my first record in New Zealand with very little discourse—I was just my own unit. In L.A., it’s very, ‘Oh, what project are you working on?’ I was like, ‘I need to be out of this.’”

On how she balances her celebrity status and personal creative process: “New Zealand. That’s why I am so passionate about going home. Most of my friends are people I knew before I was famous. I’m very thankful that I never feel like the smartest person in the room, or the coolest person in the room, or the funniest. When I’m there, I’m just there. People forget that I’ve done anything. They say, ‘Ella’s this weird old dowager with a nice house.’”

For more from Lorde, visit Elle.com.

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13 Reasons Why's Ross Butler Opens Up About Zach's Note

13 Reasons Why's Ross Butler Opens Up About Zach's Note

Ross Butler looks pretty dreamy in this new feature for Coveteur.

The 26-year-old actor opened up about 13 Reasons Why and his hidden talent. Check it:

How he differed from his characters growing up: “I was just a weird kid. There were points where I felt like I didn’t necessarily belong, and tried to latch onto anything that I felt I could connect with. Through high school, I felt like I didn’t fit in with any particular group, so I did feel isolated, like I was on an island and could see all these different cliques of people—the jocks, and nerds, and the classic archetypal cliques—but I felt separate from them. What’s actually most interesting to me is hearing other people’s perspectives of how I was in high school, after high school. I thought nobody actually liked me, but then there are some [people] who are like, no you were a popular kid. Then there are some who are like, yeah, you were definitely weird. [laughs].”

The truth about Zach’s note on 13 Reasons Why: “I think my episode is where it makes the viewers question if she’s lying, because there’s talk about what’s her truth? Courtney and some of the other characters were like, her truth is not my truth. It levels the playing field to say, ‘Yes, this is all being seen from Hannah’s perspective, but not everything she said could be true.’ It doesn’t mean she’s lying, but she maybe she genuinely thought that she saw me throw it away, and the truth is, I kept it. My episode gives the viewers new perspective, and a new way of thinking about her perspective.”

How he learned to cook steak: “One of my hidden talents is that I can make really good steak. I taught myself how to cook steak on a cast iron skillet. I would get these ribeye that are like 3 to 4 inches thick—so hard to cook, takes 30 minutes—and I cooked maybe 3 to 5 steaks a week for a month. And I ate every single steak. There were ones that were really raw, there were ones that were way overcooked, some weren’t charred enough. But I got it down to a science now where I know how to baste it right. I honestly think I can make steak better than a lot of restaurants for half the price, because I love Costco and they have great meat. They don’t even pay me, but you can get like three 1.5 lb ribeye for like 60 bucks and they’re delicious. All my friends know that I love Costco.”

For more on Ross, visit Coveteur.com.

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Lorde Reveals Why She Doesn't Go By Her Real Name, Ella Yelich-O'Connor

Lorde Reveals Why She Doesn't Go By Her Real Name, Ella Yelich-O'Connor

Lorde is featured on the cover of Rolling Stone‘s latest issue!

The 20-year-old entertainer spoke about going back to school, her early stardom, and more. Here’s what she shared…

On shooting to fame at 16: “Now I can look back and be like, ‘That was f*cked. All of it. F*cked. Insane.’ But everyone’s so crazy when they’re 16. I think if you tell a 16-year-old that they’re going to Mars – ‘We’re gonna get on a rocket and go, and that’s going to be your life’ – they’d be like, ‘OK, like, that’s all well and good, but I’m doing this thing by myself right now, and that’s what’s important.’ Everything kind of normalized week to week.”

On giving herself the stage name “Lorde”: “I don’t know, it’s a bit boring: Ella Yelich-O’Connor. Can you imagine them shouting it at a festival? It just made sense to me to elevate it.”

On wanting to go back to school one day: “I think that moment’s going to come where I’m like, ‘OK, let’s listen to someone else talk about what it means to be a human being.’”

For more from Lorde, visit RollingStone.com.

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