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Maddie Ziegler's Fashion Icon Is Everyone's Fashion Icon!

Maddie Ziegler's Fashion Icon Is Everyone's Fashion Icon!

Maddie Ziegler‘s year just keeps getting better and better.

After finding herself on the bestseller list with her new book, now she has a new movie — The Book of Henry — coming out too!

Now, it’s time to get real with Maddie, and that’s just what Seventeen mag did in their brand new issue. Check it:

On getting caught up in her busy schedule: “I’m still just a teenager. I get so caught up in what I’m doing that my friends and family sometimes have to remind me that what I’m doing is cool. I never imagined this.”

On choosing Zendaya as her fashion icon: “What I like about her is that she changes it up all the time—she can be tomboyish or really girly. I admire that.”

On her texting game: “My friends tell me I’m the worst texter. I don’t use emojis, and everything is lowercase. In my head I’m expressing my emotions, but I guess I just don’t come across as very enthusiastic. I need to get on that and start using emojis and stuff!”

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Sofia Richie Really Tries to Keep Her Dating Life on the DL

Sofia Richie Really Tries to Keep Her Dating Life on the DL

Sofia Richie looks intense for the new cover of Tings London magazine.

The 18-year-old model opened up to the glossy about her love life, her family, and more. Check it:

On having a famous family: We would do tons of things in the house and it would be private. Whenever we would just go out in public or to say Disneyland, when I was a kid, and I saw people attack them, and that’s when I sort of realized [it all]. It was crazy and definitely wasn’t normal with all the attention.

On navigating the dating world while being in the public eye: When it comes to dating you want to keep it as private as possible. As something special between you and the other person. You don’t really want other peoples opinions on it – even though it doesn’t matter. I just don’t want to hear it at the end of the day. I try to just be quiet about my dating life.

On the lesson that has been the hardest to learn: Betrayal. Because it’s something that you will never really understand, but you have to accept. To deal with that, I spend time with my family, try not to focus on it, try to forgive them in my heart anyway I can, and just move on.

For more on Sofia, pre-order the mag now at shoptingslondon.com.

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Niall Horan on His Relationship with One Direction: 'We're Very Supportive'

Niall Horan on His Relationship with One Direction: 'We're Very Supportive'

Niall Horan gets his close up on the cover of Notion magazine Issue 76, on newsstands today!

The 23-year-old entertainer spoke about dating, One Direction, and more with the mag. Here’s what he had to share…

On never wanting to go solo: “There was never a point where I thought about [going solo]. I wasn’t even planning on it at the start of last year, but then I just started writing songs because that’s what I knew how to do, and then I was like, ‘You know what? I like these songs; they’re very me’. So I showed them to management, and here we are.”

On dating: “I was thinking about this today actually. I’ve been so busy between studios. Landed the other day when I had a week vacation – landed at noon and went straight to a rehearsal room with my new band for 6 or 7 hours. The album was long days, so we were recording everything live full band. We’re talking 11/12 hour days, everyday which is like work, studio, home, bed, eat, you know. [I have] no time for Tinder.”

On his relationship with the rest of One Direction: “We’re very supportive of each other, always texting and emailing. Harry was on SNL [Saturday Night Live] the other night texting, it’s all very easy going with us – we don’t feel a pressure between us… People think that we don’t like each other, but we definitely do.”

For more from Niall, visit Notion Magazine.

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Power Rangers' RJ Cyler Is An 'Interview Mag' Rising Star

Power Rangers' RJ Cyler Is An 'Interview Mag' Rising Star

Power Rangers actor RJ Cyler is one of Interview Magazine‘s stars on the rise in their special Youth in Revolt June/July issue.

The 22-year-old actor and nine other up-and-coming entertainers rounded out the list, which also included Eiza Gonzalez, Harris Dickinson and Patrick Gibson.

Here’s what they had to share with the mag:

RJ on the importance of family: “My mama and my papa are my babies. At a certain age, you switch places with your parents. They’ve become so spoiled, goodness gracious. Everybody’s like, ‘You’ve?got to stop giving them stuff.’ But how do I stop? They’re my parents!”

Eiza on her father’s passing: “When my father passed away, I learned to be unattached to physical things. At a very young age, I was able to roam the world and be emotionally connected, but physically disconnected.”

Harris on becoming an actor: “I always wanted to be a different person for the day. Every time I went to the cinema or to the theater, I would come out with this overwhelming sense of joy. At about 16, I put all my energy into it.”

Other rising stars include Damson Idris, Hannah Gross, Letitia Wright, Mamoudou Athie, Mikey Madison and Odessa Young.

For more from Interview‘s rising stars, visit InterviewMagazine.com.

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Tom Holland Went Through 5 'Spider-Man' Auditions & This Is How He Found Out He Landed the Role!

Tom Holland Went Through 5 'Spider-Man' Auditions & This Is How He Found Out He Landed the Role!

Tom Holland was interviewed by Zendaya, his Spider-Man: Homecoming co-star, for Interview magazine’s June/July 2017 Rising Stars issue!

The 21-year-old actor spoke about the audition process for the film, finding out how he landed the role, and more. Here’s what he shared…

On the Spider-Man: Homecoming audition: “That process was five months. I did eight auditions. I did five self-tapes, and then a screen test with Robert Downey Jr. and a screen test with Chris Evans. In the screen test with Robert Downey Jr., they brought me into the room and I met him. I was so nervous. In my head, I thought, ‘Wow, you look really weird in person. You don’t look like you do onscreen.’ I found out later that I met his stand-in. I basically got my nerves out on his stand-in and then met him. Then my screen test with Chris Evans was a movement test. I was like, ‘Shall I do a backflip?” And all the Sony guys were like, ‘Can you do a backflip?’ ‘F*ck, yeah. I’ve been sending you videos for the last five months of me doing a backflip. How do you not know this?’”

On finding out he landed the role via Instagram: “The thing that killed me was the waiting. Even after my self-tapes, they would call me up and be like, “We’re going to let you know tomorrow.” Six auditions later, still nothing. On my last audition, they said, “You need to stay in Atlanta because we’ll tell you tomorrow.” So I stayed in Atlanta for about a week because my cousin lives there. With each passing day, there was no phone call. I flew back to London. Five weeks passed. I kept checking my phone every 20 minutes, trying to find something. Eventually, one day I was sitting on my bed with my dog just scrolling through Instagram, and there it was. It said, “Go to our website and check out who the new Spider-Man is.” And I did. It said my name. I went crazy. My poor dog had a fit. I ran downstairs, told my family. My brother, Harry, was like, “No, dude. Sony’s account has been hacked. They’d let you know. They’d call you.” Which is so Harry, by the way. He’s so pessimistic about everything. But Sony had gotten hacked not long before. Then [president of Marvel Studios, and producer on the film] Kevin Feige rang me up, telling me, “I’ve got great news. You’re going to be Spider-Man.” I’m like, “I know, Kevin. It’s on Instagram. I’m 19. Did you really think I wasn’t going to find it?”

On his goals: “The 20-year goal is to be a film director. The 15-year goal is to win an Oscar. The five-year goal is to just keep enjoying myself. I really am having the time of my life. But as far as my future goes, I want to stretch myself as an actor in a way that Jake Gyllenhaal, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Meryl Streep do. I don’t want to be stuck to one character. I think that’s what can happen when you take on a superhero movie. So every conversation I have with my agent is, “What have you got for me? What’s next? Who can I play?”

Stay tuned for all our coverage from the mag – there’s five cover stars including Timothée Chalamet, Bill Skarsgård, Mackenzie Davis, Zazie Beetz, and Tom!

For more from Tom, visit InterviewMagazine.com.

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Riverdale's Madelaine Petsch Has To Pinch Herself Over Meeting Fans

Riverdale's Madelaine Petsch Has To Pinch Herself Over Meeting Fans

Madelaine Petsch is two steps away from being a household name, but she’s still amazed about all the fan encounters.

The Riverdale star spoke with with DaMan magazine about meeting fans.

“Every fan encounter has been surprising and awesome,” she says.

“I’m still so excited that we have so many amazing fans of the show that when fans come and say ‘hi!’ to me when I’m out, I probably get just as excited as they do.”

Madelaine adds, “This is just the beginning for me. It’s really helped me appreciate those in my inner circle more than ever. I really strive to be a good role model for the younger generation and that has helped me work on myself.”

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13 Reasons Why's Tommy Dorfman Wants To Keep Telling Meaningful Stories

13 Reasons Why's Tommy Dorfman Wants To Keep Telling Meaningful Stories

No one really expected 13 Reasons Why to be a huge hit when it came out on Netflix, but it is; and it’s seriously changing lives.

It’s definitely changed Tommy Dorfman‘s, who plays Ryan Shaver in the series.

“I wasn’t,” he revealed with DaMan magazine about taking on the tough stories told. “It’s important that these stories are told and I knew that the writers of the show would do it truthfully.”

Tommy adds, “You’re seeing what actually happens when someone dies by suicide, or in a car crash. It’s the truth, and the truth isn’t always pretty or shiny or comfortable, but it’s necessary.’

With the impact of 13 Reasons Why, Tommy says that his entire purpose of acting has changed too.

“It’s changed my work ideals in that I’m not longer interested in meaningless work,” he shared. “By that, I mean I want to continue to be a part of shows and movies that actually have a purpose.”

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Troian Bellisario Always Knew She Was Meant To Be Part of the Film World

Troian Bellisario Always Knew She Was Meant To Be Part of the Film World

Troian Bellisario has the film world actually in her blood.

The Pretty Little Liars actress and director’s parents are Donald P. Bellisario (the EP behind NCIS) and Deborah Pratt (an actress, and phenomenal writer)…so show business is actually, truly in her blood and she revealed that she never could have imagined doing anything else.

“That was a world that I knew and that I saw both my mother and father so deeply in love with and engaged with,” she told Interview magazine.

“Growing up on a set, I felt like that was a microcosm that I would always be in.”

Troian adds, “I didn’t know if I was going to be at video village with you or my mom or my dad, or if I was going to be in the writers room, or if I was going to be in costume or set design or hair and makeup, [but] it was the world I knew best. Even as I got older, I started finding that the jobs I so desperately wanted were all connected to a story.”

She adds, “I realized, with these different jobs, I had connected with a story about them. I wanted to inhabit not just one world, but lots of different worlds.”