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Bella Thorne Talks 'Perfect High' & Her Character's Drug Abuse In Elle Canada's May 2015 Issue

Bella Thorne Talks 'Perfect High' & Her Character's Drug Abuse In Elle Canada's May 2015 Issue

JJJ can not take our eyes off of Bella Thorne of the May 2015 cover of Elle Canada!

The 17-year-old actress chatted to the glossy about her next role in Perfect High, staying grounded and more. Check it:

On being true to herself: “Honestly, I know some people are going to trash me, but I’m trying to show everyone what is happening in the world. If you close your eyes and think that bullying and drug abuse are not issues for your kids or your best friend—you’re wrong. I want to show that good people do bad things too. I know I’m going to get a bunch of hate, but let them hate. I’m not a bad person for choosing a role that shows people how life is.”

On her next role in Perfect High: “You’re not a bad person because you get locked into something stupid. My character gets caught up in this world because of something she loves [dancing] more than anything. Playing someone who is addicted and being in those scenes was surreal. It made me feel like I was hungry for…something. That is scary.”

On her novel: “Actually, people ask me why I made Autumn so unlikeable in some parts. But if you’ve never felt that kind of pain, you don’t know what it’s like. Like I said, there is darkness and light in everyone; if you don’t like Autumn, you don’t like yourself. Because one day you’ll get to that dark place, and it’s not easy.”

The May 2015 issue hits newsstands on Monday, April 13th.

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Sophia Bush Says She Almost Passed On 'Chicago PD'

Sophia Bush Says She Almost Passed On 'Chicago PD'

Sophia Bush is stunning on the cover of Michigan Avenue magazine’s Spring 2015 issue, out on newsstands now!

Here’s what the 32-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On the evolution of TV shows: “Television has grown as an industry—when I was a little kid, there were only a handful of channels, and now there’s a thousand to choose from. That has widened avenues that we have for storytelling because we’re not looking at shows the way we used to. I grew up watching reruns of Dragnet on Nick at Nite, and I thought those guys were the coolest cops ever. That was a great black and white era. There was crime, and then they solved it, and that was that. With the advent of typical storytelling, you crave getting to know people—not just watching them do something, but seeing who they are, and why they tick, and the good, the bad, and the ugly.”

On how she almost passed on Chicago PD because she was happy to be back in LA after years on location for One Tree Hill: “I get this call and my agent said, ‘Dick Wolf is doing this show, and they really want to see you for the lead female, and it shoots in Chicago,’ and I’m like, ‘No way. Chicago’s so cold, it’s so far away, I don’t know anybody there… I’m not going.’ … And they were like, ‘But Sophia, it’s literally two of the three criteria for a job you’ve ever wanted. You could just read it.’ And I said, ‘All right.’ I was protesting, but not much, because in the back of my head I was so excited… And I read it, and I just got her. I thought she was interesting, and different, and I just thought it was so cool… you know what that feeling is like: When you read a script and from the first moment it gets its hooks in you? I just went, ‘Uh-oh.’ [Laughs] I knew I was in trouble.”

On why she fights for the environmental awareness: “I honestly think it’s a no-brainer, and some of that comes from growing up in Southern California—spending all my time as a kid exploring beaches and the sea and the mountains, and just realizing that we’re such a small part of this giant planet in this enormous ecosystem, yet we wreak the most havoc on it. No matter what we might argue about amongst ourselves or what we might fight wars about around the world, if there’s no world left to host us, none of it’s going to matter. If we kill the planet, that’s it. When the president of the United States is saying that climate change poses a greater threat to American citizens than terrorism, people are finally opening their eyes and realizing that the world doesn’t exist for us to trample and use. It’s all supposed to be more symbiotic, and I really hope that citizens will start to demand that change both from the companies where they spend their money and the governments they elect to represent them.”

For more on Sophia, visit Michiganavemag.com!

Also pictured: Sophia donning a cute MILLY for DesigNation dress while arriving at a screening on Monday (March 30) in Chicago, Ill. More Here! »

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Demi Lovato Talks Up Her World Tour With 'Glitter' Mag's Spring Issue

Demi Lovato Talks Up Her World Tour With 'Glitter' Mag's Spring Issue

Demi Lovato takes over the Spring 2015 cover of Glitter magazine.

The 22-year-old singer opened up her world tour, writing in a journal and more. Check it:

On her concerts: “For me, this past tour was not just about the entertainment ± I wanted my fans to walk away with a real message. I wanted to inspire people with this tour, and that’s why I invited guests like Spencer West who added a whole new element to my World Tour. In addition to Spencer West, Christina Perri, MKTO, Becky G and Bea Miller hit the road with me and each added their own special touch.”

On keeping a journal: “Keeping a journal has always been beneficial for me and helped me keep a positive outlook in my life. In my opinion, it’s one of the best ways to reflect. I wanted to create a journal as a companion to my book, Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year, to help inspire others to keep a journal as well.”

On her advice for young adults: “I would tell them to follow your dreams but always be sure to stay true to yourself. Even when things get tough, stay strong!”

On what’s coming this spring: “The upcoming season is going to be super exciting! I’m launching my skin care line Devonne By Demi and also have a hair extension line called, Secret Color. Devonne By Demi came out in December and a portion of the proceeds fund the Lovato Treatment Scholarship, helping someone who can’t afford the help they need for mental health. I’m excited to give back this season to causes that are closest to my heart but before all of this, I’m most excited for my World Tour, which continues to Australia and New Zealand this April!”

Natalie Dormer Was In The Best Shape Ever on 'Mockingjay Part 2'

Natalie Dormer Was In The Best Shape Ever on 'Mockingjay Part 2'

Natalie Dormer is red hot on the cover of Self magazine’s April 2015 issue, out on newsstands now!

Here’s what the 33-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2: “In Mockingjay—Part 2, I’m basically running around in heavy armor while carrying a semiautomatic rifle. I don’t know how I would have kept up with [costars] Liam Hemsworth or Sam Claflin if I hadn’t been in the best cardiovascular shape of my life.”

On her diet: “When you have early calls, you don’t necessarily want to eat first thing in the morning. But you have such long days that if you don’t, you really fall down from it. So, juicing before and eating later is, for me, a good nutritional compromise.”

On her workouts: “My yoga mat will always be in my luggage. Yoga is invaluable when you’re on long-haul flights a lot. But I do it for my mind as much as my body. Actually, that’s true of my relationship with all exercise.”

For more on Natalie, visit Self.com!

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Hailee Steinfeld on Pitch Perfect 2's Message: 'It's OK to Be Who You Are'

Hailee Steinfeld on Pitch Perfect 2's Message: 'It's OK to Be Who You Are'

Hailee Steinfeld poses for two different covers for Flare magazine’s May 2015 issue, provided exclusively to JustJaredJr.com!

Here’s what the 18-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On singing live in Pitch Perfect 2: “I realized not only could I not match myself lip-synching, it was just easier to go live. Singing is something I’ve always loved to do, and I’d never considered taking it further than the shower.”

On finding the sisterhood in Pitch Perfect 2: “I never thought she could survive in an all-girls’ school, but that’s basically what this was. I was able to go to set every day and feel comfortable. There was just this feeling that every imperfection and all your weirdness was accepted and embraced and wanted.”

On the Pitch Perfect 2 message: “It needs to be said and heard: it’s OK to be who you are.”

For more from Hailee, visit Flare.com. The issue will be available online via Next Issue on April 1 and on newsstands on April 13.

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Rebel Wilson's Hallucinations Made Her Dream of Becoming an Actress

Rebel Wilson's Hallucinations Made Her Dream of Becoming an Actress

Rebel Wilson is pretty in pink on the cover of Elle UK magazine’s May 2015 issue, out on newsstands on Thursday (April 2)!

Here’s what the 29-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On realizing she wanted to become an actress: “I was in Mozambique [on a] trip. I caught malaria and the medicines caused a hallucination. I dreamt I won an Oscar for acting. I know it sounds stupid, but it was so real and I just knew then it would happen. When I came back, everyone was like: ‘Rebel, you can’t be an actress because you’re so smart,’ but I was sure.”

On keeping fit: “You need to be physically strong for this job. I like to have the stamina to work 16 hours a day. I may eat a lot, but I am very healthy.”

On being a woman in Hollywood: “How I see it is, I do two types of job: dream jobs like female-driven comedies and the other job which is basically the boys’ club. I have done three big movies with men – these are talented, strong-minded males, but you have to find a way to work that system. You aren’t being paid much and you start at a disadvantage with the script. Usually, you don’t have any cool jokes and you’re there to support the male actor. Those male roles are 90% written and formed by the time the filming starts but the female roles are only 20% there. It’s unfair, but I love being funny so I improve the role, work with the limited parameters and opportunities and maximise them. If you are a woman in that situation you work harder, sharpen your skills more; you need to be two or three times as good as the guys. I just go in there and try and crush it.”

For more on Rebel, visit Elleuk.com!

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Zoe Kravitz Says Her Rib Cage Could Be Seen During Anorexia Battle

Zoe Kravitz Says Her Rib Cage Could Be Seen During Anorexia Battle

Zoe Kravitz shows her fierce side on the cover of Complex magazine’s April/May 2015 issue, out on newsstands now!

Here’s what the 26-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On growing up in a famous family: “When I was younger, I really wanted to prove to people I was a normal human being, that I was cool, chill… I had a really hard time when I was 16, 17, 18… I don’t think it was about the fame, but I think it was definitely about being around that world, seeing that world. I felt pressured.”

On overcoming anorexia: “It was f–ked up, man. You could see my rib cage. I was just trying to lose more weight for the film but I couldn’t see: You’re there. Stop. It was scary… [Now,] I feel like something has left my body, like some part of me is gone now, something that was making me so insecure. And it feels amazing.”

On coming in to her own: “It’s not that I hate fame or don’t appreciate the response, it’s just not the fire. [Fame] for me is a result of famous parents and hopefully doing my own thing. I know so many talented people that do the most amazing things but they need to work at a restaurant. I don’t. I can make all the art I want and get paid to do it—it’s fucking crazy. I’m so thankful for it.”

For more on Zoe, visit Complex.com!

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