Bethany Mota is the picture of elegance on the September 2015 cover of Latina magazine.
The 19-year-old YouTube star and Dancing With the Stars alum opened up to the glossy about how she overcame some obstacles in her life. Check it:
On being cyber-bullied: I felt hopeless. I had really bad anxiety. I would have panic attacks every time I was around a lot of people. I didn’t even want to hang out with my family members.”
On overcoming fear: I was scared to express my opinion or talk because I was afraid of judgment. I thought, ‘I’m always going to be too scared to live life.’ That’s when I knew I had to do something, and I started doing the videos.
On her positivity: I’ve always made it a point to be kind to people. I think that’s why the bullying struck me so hard, because I really didn’t understand why they would do something like that to me.
On regaining her confidence: Sometimes I think we let fear take us over. But I would rather fail trying really hard than not trying at all.
For more on Bethany, visit Latina.com/Bethany.
Gigi Hadid ties up her shirt to beat the heat while walking to grab supplies at Party City with boyfriend Joe Jonas and a friend on Wednesday (July 22) in West Hollywood, Calif.
The 20-year-old model donned a shirt that said “G.I.,” which mostly likely refers to the nickname “G.I. Joe,” which Cara Delevingne gave her and Joe.
Gigi appears in the new Summer Edition of V magazine (Issue 96), which features stills from a new film for V directed by Sebastian Faena and styled by Julia von Boehm.
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Candice Accola keeps it cool vibe going in her new feature for the new issue of Fashionisima magazine.
The 28-year-old actress opened up about Nina Dobrev leaving The Vampire Diaries, touring with Miley Cyrus and more. Check it:
On Nina’s departure: “We’re used of people leaving the show and then coming back from the dead. You never know what will happen.”
On singing backup for Miley: “She was extremely confident, directing all the crew. I wish I had had her confidence when I was 14 years old.”
Look how gorgeous Piper Curda looks on the Summer 2015 cover of BYOU magazine!
The 17-year-old I Didn’t Do It actress wears a bright yellow top on the issue, which only makes us want to read her interview more!
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“This age is such a defining time in your life where you’re figuring out who you are and who you want to be. Dreaming big and thinking big helps you figure that out,” Piper shares in the mag. “No matter how outrageous your dreams may be or how silly they seem, it really helps you figure out what you want to do in life and what path you want to take. It really helps develop you as a person.”
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Dove Cameron shows off her gorgeous features on the new cover of Girls Life magazine.
The 19-year-old actress opened up to the glossy about her DCOM Descendants, her boyfriend Ryan McCartan, and more. Check it:
On her character: “Mal’s definitely queen bee. Her mom is the most evil villain who’s ever lived! But at the same time, once she’s in Auradon, she starts to discover that there’s more to her than what she tries to be.”
On working with Ryan on Liv & Maddie: “Ryan always jokes, ‘You think when you date a girl in real life and on a show that no one else can come in and steal her, but then she goes and plays twins. He’s like, ‘Isn’t two boyfriends a little selfish?’”
On Kristen Stewart: “I watched a video where she talked about a feeling she gets when she wants to play a character, like she’ll feel guilty for letting down this person who has become so real in her mind if she doesn’t play them. That’s how I feel.”
For more on Dove, visit GirlsLife.com.
Jamie Bell is brooding in black and white for Interview magazine’s August 2015 issue.
The 29-year-old Fantastic Four star was interviewed by Robert Pattinson, and opened up about the highly-anticipated film, and more. Check it:
On whether we’ll see his character The Thing’s face: “There is potential. There’s stuff in the comic books where Miles Teller‘s character, Reed Richards, develops technology where he can be changed back. My question, to filmmakers and to audiences around the world, is would they want that? It’s unlikely. But it’s possible.”
On watching himself on screen: I don’t really enjoy watching any of my work at all. It’s useful, because you get to see what mistakes you think you made and what choices didn’t quite work out the way you wanted them to. But at the same time, it’s such an excruciating experience because it’s final. You can’t do anything about it. So the process of rewatching it becomes so pointless. To get me to sit down in a screening, you almost have to nail me to the f-cking floor.
On choosing parts: “I think I have much more appreciation for directing and movies overall versus a performance or an actor. Their body of work is more interesting. It’s hard to define somebody by one movie. I mean, unfortunately, my entire life was basically made by Billy Elliot. It was kind of created by that one catalytic moment.”
For more on Jamie, visit InterviewMagazine.com.