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Chloe Lukasiak Tries To Describe The Feeling She Gets When She's Dancing

Chloe Lukasiak Tries To Describe The Feeling She Gets When She's Dancing

Chloe Lukasiak takes over the new cover of Popstar magazine, where she’s talking all about her love for dancing.

“When I think of myself, I think of dancer,” the Dance Moms alum says in a digital feature.

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tries to describe the feeling of dance, but can’t quite come up with the right words because there aren’t any.

“There’s nothing more that I love than just going to the studio and not worrying about anything else; and turning the lights off and turning the music on, and dancing forever until my feet are bleeding and my body is sore. It’s such a good feeling,” she says.

Check out the full feature on PopstarOnline.com now!

Why Amandla Stenberg Has Given Up He/She Pronouns in Today's Society

Why Amandla Stenberg Has Given Up He/She Pronouns in Today's Society

Amandla Stenberg has been breaking boundaries for as long as we can remember and their latest one is destroying the pronouns we’re so used to using.

In a conversation with Janelle Monae for Teen Vogue’s Icons, Volume III issue, Amandla revealed why they aren’t using he/she pronouns any longer.

“I have felt at times that she/her pronouns weren’t entirely fitting, but I’ve never felt uncomfortable with them,” Amandla says.

Adding, “It’s more important for me to open up that conversation around pronouns and how gender itself is a construct that doesn’t make much sense in our society.”

Head to TeenVogue.com to read more of Amandla‘s interview.

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Superfruit's Mitch Grassi & Scott Hoying Keep Releasing Music Videos From Their New EP

Superfruit's Mitch Grassi & Scott Hoying Keep Releasing Music Videos From Their New EP

If they aren’t already, Superfruit NEED to be on your “ones to watch” list and most definitely your playlist.

The duo — Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying — have just recently debuted the first part of their EP and since then have dropped a handful of videos to go along with it.

“We want it to be a little more audiovisual and we were discussing a lot more that’s going into the live show, and we have all these ideas about music videos coming out,” Mitch says about their “side project” from Pentatonix with NKD mag’s August issue. “We feel like it’s sort of limitless with the band.”

Scott adds that putting their EP together didn’t take long at all, either.

“Yeah, we just hit the ground running,” Scott says.

“It didn’t take that long honestly, it was like two months,” Mitch adds, “We’re frantically trying to do the second one.”

Watch all of the videos Superfruit has released so far, below!

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Sofia Carson & Dove Cameron Heat Up the Summer Cover of 'Seventeen' Mexico

Sofia Carson & Dove Cameron Heat Up the Summer Cover of 'Seventeen' Mexico

Dove Cameron and Sofia Carson are pretty much inseparable these days — even on magazine covers!

The Descendants 2 stars share a dual cover for Seventeen Mexico‘s summer issue and their features are everything!

In the issue, both actresses and singers opened up about their absolute favorite villains and what their characters have taught them.

“Maleficent, because she is the most evil,” Dove says of her fave villain. Good thing she plays her daughter in the movie!


She adds, “If you are going to love a villain, you have to love the most evil one. Go big or go home!”

Sofia adds about playing Evie, daughter of the Evil Queen, “She teaches us that as woman we are not defined by our reflection in the mirror, but by the intelligence in our minds and love in our hearts.”

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Madisyn Shipman Calls Her 'SNL' Recurring Role 'Amazing'

Madisyn Shipman Calls Her 'SNL' Recurring Role 'Amazing'

Madisyn Shipman has already checked off one show that many actors still have on their bucket lists — Saturday Night Live!

It’s true — if you didn’t know, Madisyn had a recurring part on the comedy sketch show in 2009.

Speaking to Prune magazine, Madisyn reflected on her role.

“That was so much fun,” she shared. “It was probably my favorite job to work on when I was younger.”

Madisyn adds, “There was always so much energy, and the whole cast and crew was just amazing.”

“To know that I accomplished the SNL dream at age seven is pretty amazing.”

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Cara Delevingne Says Being a Teenager Was the Most Difficult Time in Her Life So Far

Cara Delevingne Says Being a Teenager Was the Most Difficult Time in Her Life So Far

Cara Delevingne is spilling on how the hardships she experienced in her teenage years have inspired her to be a positive role model.

Here’s what the model, actress, and Elle UK’s September 2017 issue cover star had to share with the mag:

On the most difficult time in her life so far: “Probably [as] a teenager, especially with school and not giving yourself a break…That was the biggest lesson I had to learn: to communicate my emotions properly. I’m still learning how to do that. … It felt like I was completely alone and I couldn’t express myself because I felt ashamed of my emotions. I want to make sure that kids realise that emotions and vulnerability are important and should be spoken about.”

On the message she wants readers to take from her new book “Mirror Mirror”: “That life is a beautiful mixture of wonderful disaster, but to truly love yourself is so important.”

On what led her to write a novel for teenagers: “I’ve always had this wonderful connection with teenagers…Just having girls message me being like, ‘I’m really dealing with the pressure of my thoughts, my friends, eating disorders.’ That kind of thing, where I was like, I have an opportunity to really be there for them and help…be a voice for teens and be honest as to how I suffered as a teenager.”

For more from Cara, visit ElleUK.com. Read her full interview in the September issue, on newsstands August 15.

You can pick up a copy of Cara‘s new book “Mirror Mirror” on October 5.

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Game Shakers' Madisyn Shipman Still Wants To be a Neurosurgeon

Game Shakers' Madisyn Shipman Still Wants To be a Neurosurgeon

You best know Madisyn Shipman from Nickelodeon’s Game Shakers — however, she’s dreaming much, much bigger in her future plans.

Speaking to Prune magazine, she revealed that becoming a neurosurgeon is still on her goals list.

“My mom is a nurse and I’ve always been around the medical field,” Madisyn explains. “I love acting, and I don’t know what will happen in the future. I do want to go to college, and if I’m going to be in college I might as well study something I want to pursue.”

She adds, “I want to be a neurosurgeon, so that is my plan. Let’s hope it works out.”

Crossing fingers it does — we can see it — Dr. Madisyn Shipman!

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Echosmith Were 'Speechless' When Jamie Left The Band

Echosmith Were 'Speechless' When Jamie Left The Band

Echosmith are opening up about older brother Jamie leaving their band in a new feature with Billboard mag.

The three musical siblings — Sydney, Noah and Graham Sierota — revealed that they were speechless after he left.

“I was speechless,” Sydney shared. “In a personal way, it’s heartbreaking. In a business way, it’s tough. Who is Echosmith without Jamie?”

Jamie leaving forced Sydney, Graham and Noah to look at their music and give it a new sound, which you can hear in their new single “Goodbye”.

“‘Cool Kids’ was one of the last songs we wrote for the first record,” Noah says. “We wanted to continue that [sound], but Jamie was a big piece of the equation.”

He adds, “I don’t mean this in a lame way, but ['Goodbye'] has a little bit of swag to it,” he says. “It’s like how Echosmith would interpret a Drake song.”

Echosmith‘s new album, Inside a Dream, is out next month.

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