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Fifth Harmony's Dinah Jane Opens Up About Conquering Her Fears of Putting Out Solo Music

Fifth Harmony's Dinah Jane Opens Up About Conquering Her Fears of Putting Out Solo Music

Dinah Jane is opening up about a big fear of hers in a new feature with Flaunt magazine.

The Fifth Harmony singer revealed that the fear of not being good enough has stopped any solo music before.

“Sometimes when you sing someone else’s song over and over again or songs that have been given to you, you’re afraid to go out there and write one yourself,” Dinah says.

“You start to question, ‘Well, I don’t know if my music will be as perfect as these songs I’m given. I don’t know if what I have to offer is worth radio play,’ But when you’re able to escape that mindset, the process becomes easier because it’s super authentic and real,” she adds.

And it’s her team up with Leona Lewis that sparked her to face that fear.

“It sparked more creativity and passion,” Dinah shared. “I feel like there’s something in me that desires to express myself even more and not be so afraid of a solo endeavor.”

When you’re ready to release solo stuff Dinah, we will be here to cheer you on and listen!

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Zendaya Reveals Exactly What She Looks for in a Guy

Zendaya Reveals Exactly What She Looks for in a Guy

Zendaya strikes a serious pose on the cover of CR Fashion Book‘s 12th edition issue.

Here’s what the Spider-Man: Homecoming actress had to share with the mag:

On her biggest fear: “Sometimes, as a young person in this industry, I put a lot of pressure on myself to do the right thing. I think this is a flaw of mine. I get so afraid to make the wrong decisions, but I have to understand that I’m only 21 years old. I’m not going to always be perfect. You cannot let the fear of not being perfect stop you from doing anything at all. I still have a lot of things left to do in my career and it’s okay to frickin’ learn from a situation and grow from it.”

On turning 21: “A common nickname for me is Grandma, and that’s not chosen, that’s given. Somewhere along the line some 70-year-old woman creeped into my soul. I got the 21-year-old body, but my soul is much older than that. As for my ‘big 21′ or whatever, I don’t drink, never have, and I don’t want to.”

On what she looks for in a guy: “Respect is my number one thing, and I think it shows in different ways. With anybody you’re with, you have to have a layer of respect, courtesy, understanding, and tolerance. It’s also important to have somebody who makes you laugh. If someone can’t make me laugh, then that’s wack. And not just kind of laugh, but pee-my-pants laugh.”

For more from Zendaya, visit CRFashionBook.com, where you can pre-order the issue and be among the first to receive it when it ships in March. The issue hits newsstands March 6.

Check out Zendaya’s other cover below…

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Dakota Fanning Updates Us on Her Relationship Status!

Dakota Fanning Updates Us on Her Relationship Status!

Dakota Fanning is opening up about her dating life and how she is “happily not single” right now!

The 23-year-old actress chatted with Vogue Australia for a cover story featured in the mag’s February 2018 issue. Here is what she had to share with the mag:

On dating: Dakota says she’s “happily not single”, but not dating “a public person.”"I’ve always sort of dated somebody a little bit removed… I see the whirlwind of [famous] people dating [famous] people and it just looks so intense.” (If you didn’t know, Dakota is dating Henry Frye right now)

On navigating the rocky path of cliches that many child actors trip over: “I still don’t know how to answer this. I think because I’ve always maintained that I never felt that I was entitled to anything because I did movies. I guess that comes from my mum. It took her years and years to admit that we lived in Los Angeles… I just never wanted to make too big of a mistake that jeopardized what I love doing. There can be other reasons that it goes away – nothing is ever guaranteed. But, I never wanted it to be taken away from me because I had made a really bad decision, you know? And I’m also really scared of my mum and didn’t want to get in trouble or disappoint anybody.”

On staying sane despite playing tough characters: “[There's] a boundary, and I’ve always said or thought this in the back of my mind: maybe it’s because I started when I was younger, but it’s all make-believe. It’s like: ‘Oh, I’m going to go pretend to do this.’ As I’ve gotten older, the boundaries have always been clear and that’s stayed with me. So I still am just like: ‘Oh, I pretended that happened to me.’ It’s also important to remember that just because you acted something doesn’t make you actually know what it’s like.”

For more from Dakota, visit Vogue.com.au!

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Jace Norman Opens Up About Struggles With School & Dyslexia

Jace Norman Opens Up About Struggles With School & Dyslexia

Jace Norman is getting candid about how to handle living with dyslexia.

The Henry Danger actor and marketing entrepreneur admitted to Rogue Magazine during his brand-new shoot that he wasn’t very good at school before his acting career took off due to the learning disorder.

“I think people look at it like a major disadvantage, and it is when it comes to school but as I’ve got into entrepreneurship and got into business a lot of these high up people I talk to like Kevin O’Leary and all these great entrepreneurs they have dyslexia as well,” he said. “So, it’s like I’ve learnt it can be a great advantage if schools were to promote it.”

When asked what advice he would give to others with dyslexia he shared, “I want them to know that they’re not stupid and there is another way, so keep pushing. I see all these success stories like Steve Jobs and all these crazy successful people who are dyslexic, so there are two sides to the coin.”

For more form Jace, head to RogueMag.com.

See more photos of Jace from the shoot below…

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Chloe Lukasiak Reveals 5 New Things About Herself With 'Prune' Mag

Chloe Lukasiak Reveals 5 New Things About Herself With 'Prune' Mag

Chloe Lukasiak is revealing a lot more about herself than we ever knew!

The Dance Moms alum, actress and now author, opened up to Prune mag about the things she’s hoping to accomplish out of life, how music helps her through situations and her number one skin care tip. Check it:

  • She wants to duet with her sister, Clara: I want to do a duet but she told me she needs a few more years lol. We would probably dance to a song by Florence and the Machine because we both love their songs.
  • She wasn’t as close with her mom as she is now: My mom and I have had lots of crazy adventures together but I think the best one is reconnecting through my teen years. We are obviously incredibly close but, of course, being a teenager means you have lots of mood swings and you’re mom isn’t always your favorite. We still fight but I feel like we worked through the hardest part of transitioning into the teen years. There was a brief period where we weren’t as close as we were before and now, I think we are closer than ever.
  • She loves a good playlist: I have about 8 playlists on my phone. I actually don’t listen to one more than others. I have them all for different reasons so I use all of them frequently. For example, one is called sleep and I turn it on when I’m traveling and want to sleep but also want to listen to music.
  • She wants to try screenwriting: I eventually want to try screenwriting or directing or producing but right now, with having just published a book and continuing to act, I am very happy in my bubble.
  • She swears on this face mask: Taking care of my skin is important to me because I’m always traveling and wearing lots of makeup. I use so many different face masks but the one I use the most is from Biologique rechere.
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Zendaya Shines on Vanity Fair's 2018 Hollywood Issue

Zendaya Shines on Vanity Fair's 2018 Hollywood Issue

Zendaya is all glamourous on Vanity Fair‘s annual Hollywood Issue.

The Greatest Showman actress is the youngest on the tri-fold cover, which was shot by photographer Annie Leibovitz in both Los Angeles and New York.

The issue features Zendaya, as well as 12 other celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey, Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hanks, and Michael B. Jordan.

Jessica Chastain, Harrison Ford, Robert De Niro, Michael Shannon, Gal Gadot, and The Crown‘s Claire Foy are also featured on the spread.

In addition, Vanity Fair‘s editor Graydon Carter, who has edited the magazine for 25 years, also appears in the issue for the first time.

For more from the stars, visit VanityFair.com.

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Lorde Thinks It's Crazy She's The Only Woman Nominated For Album of the Year at the Grammys

Lorde Thinks It's Crazy She's The Only Woman Nominated For Album of the Year at the Grammys

When you take a first look at the nominations for the 2018 Grammys, you’ll notice that Lorde is the only woman nominated for Record of the Year.

She’s actually proud of that too, she revealed to Billboard in this week’s issue.

“It was the middle of the night, and I was aware that the nominations were coming out, and I’d done that thing where I’d convinced myself that [I wouldn't be nominated],” she remembers about hearing about her nomination. “I was getting over it in my mind, like, ‘You still made a great record.’”

Lorde also says that while she psyched herself out that she wouldn’t get any, she did, and it changed her outlook: “And then a friend found me and told me, and we were the only people in this room who knew. It was such a special moment.”

“It’s crazy I’m the only woman in my category, and I feel very proud of that,” she says. “I’m wearing that mantle for sure.”

Lorde adds, “But I’m also stoked that I’m in there with four incredible artists of color — it’s a big moment for the Grammys. It’s exciting when these institutions move in the right way. To me, that is a huge victory.”

For more from Lorde, visit Billboard.com.

Dylan O'Brien Opens Up About Returning to 'Maze Runner' After His Accident

Dylan O'Brien Opens Up About Returning to 'Maze Runner' After His Accident

We’ve got just a couple more weeks until Dylan O’Brien is back on the big screen in Maze Runner: The Death Cure.

Speaking with Cineplex magazine, the 26-year-old actor opened up about getting back to set after his accident that put everything on hold.

“It meant a lot to finish,” Dylan reveals. “It’s something that was always a big thing for me and has meant a lot to me. Also, coming off of that accident, it was a big deal to finish in a very personal way for me.”

He adds that despite taking a break from the set and movie, that “we made something great, the franchise means a lot to all of us, so we wanted to finish it on the best note we could.”

Dylan also shared that they wanted to make the final movie in the franchise the best of them all.

“We wanted to go out and try to make this the best movie of the three, and I think we did make a really good movie,” he says. “I’m excited about how it came out. Wes [Ball, director] is one of the most talented directors out there right now and I’m always glad to see what he does with it after we put it in his hands.”

He adds, “It’s exciting and good, an emotional and intense last chapter.”

Maze Runner: The Death Cure is out in theaters on Friday, January 26th.