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Zara Larsson Talks What You Can Expect With Her New Album

Zara Larsson Talks What You Can Expect With Her New Album

Zara Larsson is dishing all about her forthcoming album in the new issue of Cosmopolitan.

After dropping her newest single, “Ruin My Life”, the 20-year-old Swedish musician opened up about what fans could expect on the album.

“I’m such an outspoken feminist, quite a radical one with my opinions,” Zara says of the subjects. “But we’ve all been there – at least my friends have and everyone I know – where you know you shouldn’t go back to that person, whatever, I’m still going to text this person at 3 a.m after three drinks.”

She adds that she’s not shying away from being authentically her on the record, either.

“I know that I have to be responsible for what I say in my songs. Pop – or any form of pop culture, really – shifts the culture surrounding different issues,” she shared. “How we view things and what’s acceptable can change…I get the idea of wanting to only do really powerful, uplifting songs towards women, but I’m a human being and I can get my heart broken.”

Zara added, “…I should be able to express my feelings by being me, and hopefully other girls can relate, without that making me a bad feminist.”

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Vanessa Hudgens Speaks About Her 'Solid' Relationship with Austin Butler

Vanessa Hudgens Speaks About Her 'Solid' Relationship with Austin Butler

Vanessa Hudgens is showing off her fab figure on the cover of Women’s Health magazine’s December 2018 issue.

In the mag, the 29-year-old actress spoke about her beau Austin Butler, finding confidence, and more.

On finding confidence: “I see how women who are 5’9 walk into a room, and I am so attracted to the space they take up. But then I started to realize that you can take up space without height—with your achievements, points of view, and opinions. Now that I’ve realized I can work through it, I’m like, ‘How do I make myself feel more confident?’”

On when she’ll settle down: “I want to get married, travel, then have kids—probably in my late 30s. Everyone’s clock is different.”

On her relationship with Austin: “We both respect, trust and admire each other. It’s so solid now because I feel strong as an independent woman. I am very self-reliant, but it’s nice to have a best friend you can share victories with as well as losses.”

For more from Vanessa, visit WomensHealthMag.com.

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Lana Condor Wants To Let Emily Blunt Know That She Loves Her

Lana Condor Wants To Let Emily Blunt Know That She Loves Her

While we’re all super fans of Lana Condor, there’s another actor that she’s a super fan of – Emily Blunt.

In her feature in THR’s Next Generation issue, the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before actor opened up about her insane love for Emily, who will play the title character in Mary Poppins Returns.

“I cried during the Mary Poppins trailer,” Lana shared, before expressing that she’d love to work with Emily one day.

And the role she would’ve loved to play? “The Devil Wears Prada as Emily Blunt’s character.”

After gushing over Emily, Lana did open up about stereotypes in the business and shared that the one role she wouldn’t take would be “someone who gets a perfect score on the SAT and has played the violin since they were 0.”

Noah Centineo Reveals His Major Setback After Moving to LA

Noah Centineo Reveals His Major Setback After Moving to LA

Noah Centineo on The Hollywood Reporter‘s Next Generation issue, available now.

The 22-year-old actor opened up about his breakout roles, moving to LA and school. Check it:

On playing love interests in both his break-out roles: “Everything that I’m doing right now, everything that I have done or everything I have lined up are stepping stones. I’m not anywhere near where I want to be…I love love.”

On his set back after moving to LA at 16: “I had this six-month contract that didn’t allow me to audition for anything [else]. My purpose was just to act, and you take away someone’s purpose and you kind of deteriorate them.”

On deciding to leave public school: “I was like, I’ve got a callback for Lab Rats so I’m not going to go to History. I’m going to f**kin’ meet the producer. Truancy got involved…I moved across the country to become an actor, not an academic type. I know myself, I’m not gonna be a mathematician or a professor.”

For more from Noah, visit THR.com.

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Katherine McNamara Looks Back on How 'Shadowhunters' Role Changed Her Life & What She Took From The Project

Katherine McNamara Looks Back on How 'Shadowhunters' Role Changed Her Life & What She Took From The Project

Katherine McNamara looks like she was snatched out of a 1960s movie in her new feature with Bello magazine.

In the new issue, the 22-year-old actress is opening up about how the role of Clary on Shadowhunters changed her life.

“One of the biggest gifts of being with Shadowhunters – and it’s something I give the writers credit for — is that every single woman on the show stands up for themselves, fights their own battles, and each is empowered in their own way,” Katherine revealed.

She continued, “And just as importantly, they are such a diverse range of women. What that does is show the next generation of young girls that strong, empowered, badass women are not of one stripe — they are every woman.”

When the role of Clary came to her, Katherine knew she had to have it, because she had been looking for it her entire life.

“When I was a little girl I wanted nothing more than to find a character like Clary to look up to, and characters in whose footsteps I could follow,” she says. “I was lucky enough to be raised in a household of badass women who balanced career and family and were able to do it all. It was never a question of ‘or’ — it was always a question of ‘and’. You can be anything you want to be, no matter what society says, and if you work hard enough.”

The role was deep and taught her how to handle weapons, too.

“When I began work on Shadowhunters I didn’t know how to throw a punch or hold a sword. I didn’t know what I was doing,” she says. “With Clary I was immediately thrown into the fire, and we had an amazing team of stunt professionals and stunt doubles. They were world class martial arts experts and teachers, and they were always there to teach us any time we wanted to take time to learn, so I never missed an opportunity.”

Katherine adds, “It was such a huge gift and it changed my world. Now I’m such a gym rat, I love working out, and martial arts and boxing have become one of my biggest passions. Now with Arrow I get to continue my boxing and fighting skills in a whole new universe.”

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