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Annie LeBlanc Would Love To Release A Full Album One Day

Annie LeBlanc Would Love To Release A Full Album One Day

Annie LeBlanc scores her first magazine cover with the August/September 2018 issue of Girls’ Life!

The 13-year-old social star and actress opened up to the glossy in their back-to-school issue about music, her new digital series and more. Check it:

On music: “The coolest thing ever would be to release an album and to sell out a whole arena! Oh my gosh, that would be amazing. My favorite thing is seeing all the fans waving their phone flashlights during slow songs. I’m looking forward to that if it ever happens.”

On her new role in ‘A Girl Named Jo’: “Jo’s a total tomboy. She’s completely opposite from Rhyme [from Chicken Girls] and from me. She’s not very happy with the situation that she’s in and takes that out on everyone else but she’s tough.”

On having a second Instagram account: “Because I’m extra (laughs). I’m also not the type of person who wants to post just anything on my main account, I want the pictures on there to be really high-quality. So I made a second account where I can post literally anything I want. It can get kind of frustrating when I don’t have anything to post on my main account, so my second takes some of the stress off, too.”

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Kylie Jenner On Track To Become The Youngest Self-Made Billionaire!

Kylie Jenner On Track To Become The Youngest Self-Made Billionaire!

Kylie Jenner is spilling about Kylie Cosmetics in Forbes’ Self-Made Women issue, available now.

The 20-year-old makeup mogul and reality star is on her way to becoming the youngest-ever self-made billionaire, a title once held by Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg.

According to the mag, Kylie is worth $900 million – also making her the youngest person on their annual ranking of America’s Richest Self-Made Women.

Kylie Cosmetics is worth nearly $800 million and Kylie owns 100% of the company.

Before the company started three years ago, Kylie used some $250,000 of her earnings from modeling gigs to pay an outside company to produce the first 15,000 lip kits but quickly realized she wanted to do it on her own.

“I said, ‘I’m ready to put up my own money. I don’t want to do it with anyone else,’” Kylie told Forbes.

Since then, Kylie Cosmetics has sold more than $630 million worth of makeup, generating an estimated $230 million in net profit.

For more from Kylie, visit Forbes.com.

Saoirse Ronan Reveals How She Deals with Gossip

Saoirse Ronan Reveals How She Deals with Gossip

Saoirse Ronan is on the cover of Vogue‘s August 2018 issue!

The 24-year-old actress spoke about watching herself on screen, the work she does, and more. Here’s what she shared…

On watching herself on screen: “I just get so anxious whenever I watch anything that I’m in … I’m fine with the way I look now, but I wouldn’t necessarily be looking at photographs of myself all day. I don’t want to become too consumed by the image of myself.”

On being in front of the camera: “It’s very intimate. There are certain moments where it feels like it’s just you and the lens. It’s something that has been a very stable, consistent thing in my life. The camera has been the thing that has stuck around the longest.”

On gossip: “If you’re not aware of how often you’re in a newspaper, then it’s like it’s not really happening.”

FYI: Saoirse is wearing Prada on the cover.

For more from Saoirse, visit Vogue.com.

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Sabrina Carpenter Gets Honest About Her Anxiety

Sabrina Carpenter Gets Honest About Her Anxiety

Sabrina Carpenter looks beautiful on the cover of Seventeen‘s August/September 2018 issue, which will hit newsstands on July 17.

Here’s what the 19-year-old “Almost Love” singer and actress had to say..

On dealing with the pressure of fame on social media: “I used to use the Internet as a way to figure out the things I wanted to know, and now I find out things that I don’t want to know. About everything…about myself, a lot of the time. Using the Internet as a place to attack people, or to share negative opinions of someone, has always been a really strange concept to me. I look at social media as a way to be a teenager with my friends—to see what my friends are up to and to see their comments. Everyone is going to have an opinion of you all the time, but at the end of the day, I try not to take it too seriously. Until you’re face-to-face with me, it’s not really real.”

On facing her anxiety: “It’s probably my biggest struggle, and something I don’t really talk about… It’s scary when you don’t know how to describe what you’re feeling. Your head is running quicker than your mouth, and you think, I’ve never seen myself like this before. It could be stress…it could be teenage hormones. But when it becomes more serious, you have to take care of yourself. So I did. I got to that point in the past two years. And I’m working through it.”

On the lyrics in her new album Singular (out later this year): “When I turned 18, [music execs] would say things like, ‘People will take you seriously a lot quicker if you just get out there with the mature content.’ But I felt that I shouldn’t write about that stuff just because I’m 18; I need to do it if I’m actually going through it—and I was never that kid who was doing the [more mature] personal life stuff. I love love, I love getting in depth about it, and I experience all the normal 19-year-old feelings, but I wanted to be cautious.”

For more from Sabrina, visit Seventeen.com.

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Ariana Grande Recalls Her Decision to Return to Manchester After the Attack: That City 'Changed My Life'

Ariana Grande Recalls Her Decision to Return to Manchester After the Attack: That City 'Changed My Life'

Ariana Grande is on the cover of Elle magazine’s August 2018, getting real about the aftermath of the Manchester attack.

The 25-year-old singer spoke about what it was like after coming home, the choice to return to the city of Manchester for the benefit concert, and more. Here’s what she shared…

On coming home after the Manchester attack: “When I got home from tour, I had really wild dizzy spells, this feeling like I couldn’t breathe. I would be in a good mood, fine and happy, and they would hit me out of nowhere. I’ve always had anxiety, but it had never been physical before. There were a couple of months straight where I felt so upside down.”

On performing after Manchester: “Why would I second-guess getting on a f*cking stage and being there for them? That city, and their response? That changed my life.”

On using her platform to take a stand: “There’s a lot of noise when you say anything about anything. But if I’m not going to say it, what’s the f*cking point of being here? Not everyone is going to agree with you, but that doesn’t mean I’m just going to shut up and sing my songs. I’m also going to be a human being who cares about other human beings; to be an ally and use my privilege to help educate people.”

For more from Ariana, visit Elle.com. More Here! »

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