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Emma Chamberlain Covers Cosmopolitan's February Issue For First US Magazine Cover

Emma Chamberlain Covers Cosmopolitan's February Issue For First US Magazine Cover

Emma Chamberlain looks amazing while standing on a table on the cover of Cosmopolitan‘s February 2020 issue, on newsstands January 14th!

This is the very first magazine cover in the US for the 18-year-old YouTube star. She opened up about Photoshop, body dysmorphia and more. Check it out:

On the term ‘influencer’: “I think the word ‘influencer’ is kind of disgusting…Let’s use me as an example: If someone is calling me an influencer, they’re saying that my job is to influence, and I don’t think that’s true. I prefer to entertain and be a friend. I don’t want to influence.”

On advertising weight-loss products: “Like, your grind is your grind, and I’m not going to get in the way of that. I just think that growing up on social media gave me eating issues as a kid. I literally have struggled with that my whole life. Almost every person I’ve met has had some form of an eating disorder. I mean, I’ve had…I don’t want to trigger anyone, but so many.”

On body dysmorphia: “I’ve been fully not at a healthy weight and I thought I was obese multiple times. It’s awful. My whole family was telling me I looked terrible. They were like, ‘You look like you’re dying.’ I was like, ‘I think I look great.’”

On photo manipulation software: “I refuse to do that because nobody needs to think I look like that. I look the way I look.”

For more from Emma Chamberlain, head on over to Cosmopolitan.com!

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Vanessa Hudgens Reveals the 'High School Musical' Prop She Still Has!

Vanessa Hudgens Reveals the 'High School Musical' Prop She Still Has!

Vanessa Hudgens still has a prop from the set of High School Musical and she thinks it’s time to let it go!

The 31-year-old actress opened up in her cover story for Cosmopolitan UK‘s February 2020 issue, which is on sale now.

Vanessa said she still has the T necklace Zac Effron’s character Troy gave her character Gabriellia in the first movie. She says, “I feel like I need to sell it for charity because it’s literally sitting in a little bag rusting!”

Here’s what else Vanessa shared with the mag:

On dealing with criticism: “If you’re putting yourself out there, you will be subject to criticism. That’s just how it is. You have to deal with it the best that you can in a way that is healthy for you.”

On preferring going to a rave than the LA club scene: “I think you become who you surround yourself with, so I think it’s really important to have a group of friends that reflects the type of person you want to be. I’ve never been one for LA clubs. I actually despise [them] – I love a good rave. I’m like, take me to New York or Berlin and put me underground in a warehouse with lasers and smoke machines and I’ll be living my best life. That’s something that makes me who I am and allows my soul to flourish.”

On her relationship with Austin Butler: “It’s eight years this year – FaceTime, good communication, respect and trust [are what keep us going]. The longest we’ve been apart was four months. It sucks! You start hating hearing yourself say ‘I miss you.’ But if it’s your person, you make it work.”

For more from Vanessa, visit Cosmopolitan.com/uk!

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Jenna Ortega Talks Being Discovered On Social Media

Jenna Ortega Talks Being Discovered On Social Media

Jenna Ortega strikes a pose in black and white on the cover of A Book Of magazine!

In the issue, the 17-year-old actress opened up about her role in the second season of You, as well as how she feels about social media. Check it out:

On her role as Ellie in You season two: “At least for me, in my career, she is very contrasting from where I came from – Disney. It’s very different and is a very drastic change. She’s very real and grounded and I think that there will be a lot of people who can relate to her.”

On her take on social media: “Well I grew up in social media. That’s how I became an actress in the first place. I was discovered on Facebook. I feel like there’s definitely a lot of positive things that come from social media but I also think it’s very damaging to your mental health.”

A portion of the proceeds from Jenna Ortega‘s issue of A Book Of magazine will be donated to WE Day, and you can purchase your copy right HERE!

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Shameik Moore Thought He Would Be A Musician Before An Actor

Shameik Moore Thought He Would Be A Musician Before An Actor

Shameik Moore suits up as a triple threat for his cover feature with Grumpy magazine’s Issue No 15!

The 24-year-old Let It Snow actor, musician, and dancer opened up about Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, shooting two projects at once, and more.

On being an actor first before a musician: “I thought I was going to be a musician first. But now that I’m here and I’m able to do this, I have these eyes open. My evolution has been humbling.”

On Spider-Man: “It was a blessing to be a part of that. I’ve always wanted to be a black Spider-Man, but it was animated so the challenge was to do the best that I can vocally, to bring this character Miles Morales to life.”

On shooting Wu-Tang: An American Saga and Let It Snow at the same time: “These two projects, Wu-Tang and Let It Snow, were offers and blessings from God. I’m being blessed and I’m taking advantage of these opportunities. The producers worked it out for me to be able to shoot both at the same time, so I was doing both characters at the exact same time.”

For more from Shameik Moore, head over to GrumpyMagazine.com!

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Hayley Kiyoko Opens Up About The Importance of Having LGBTQ+ Allies

Hayley Kiyoko Opens Up About The Importance of Having LGBTQ+ Allies

Hayley Kiyoko is giving thanks for her fans’ support in the new issue of them. magazine.

The 28-year-old musician calls her fans ‘colorful’ while describing them in the feature, as well as opens up about relationship advice and the importance of allies. Check it:

On finding inspiration in relationship troubles and finding a partner fully comfortable being in a lesbian relations: “You want to have a partner who is ready to experience the things that you’re ready to experience. It can be frustrating when you fall in love with someone who’s maybe not there yet and you don’t want to put pressure on them, because it’s their own experience and we all know how difficult it is to be comfortable with who you are. It can become a very complicated dance in a relationship.”

On her supportive fanbase: “If people don’t believe in you, then… it’s tough. So I’m very grateful to have that support. [My fanbase is] small, strong, and mighty, but it’s growing and eventually, it will be very mainstream…. [They are] very passionate and colorful. I like the word ‘colorful’ because there’s a large spectrum of people out there, and they all have this glistening hope or need for hope, and I think that we all hold onto that. They brighten my day, and I think that they help other people and each other. I feel like they’re a very positive fan base, which I’m very proud of. They lift people up and defend each other. I like that a lot about them.”

On the importance of allies, including Taylor Swift: “[Allies] are just as important as people in the community supporting their community because they are taking the time to fight someone else’s fight. I think that exposure and validation goes a very long way no matter where it comes from… I can only speak for myself, but [Taylor Swift] has been very supportive of my music and she doesn’t have to be. It means a lot because she’s letting people know, ‘Hey, she’s gay, but she’s also really cool and normal.’ I’m very grateful for her friendship.”

For more of Hayley‘s interview, head to them.us.

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Ava Michelle Talks Finding Self-Love In This Day & Age

Ava Michelle Talks Finding Self-Love In This Day & Age

Ava Michelle does the splits on a ladder on the side of a building in her feature with Grumpy magazine!

The 17-year-old entertainer opened up about her future career plans, finding self-love, and more. Check it out:

On self-love: “Self-love is so difficult to find in this day and age. For [Tall Girl] to be a PG movie that you can sit down and watch with your entire family, and they can all get this message, is just amazing… My mom would always tell me that if you don’t believe in yourself, what gives anyone else the right to believe in you? I’ve really learned that in the past year that just believing in yourself, it makes such a difference.”

On her #13Reasons4Me campaign: “Thinking about what I wanted, I realized how much of a negative space the mirror was, and I think it’s really important to turn it into a place for confidence. When you actually say those things to yourself, it makes you feel something you’ve never felt before. We don’t do that enough. We don’t tell ourselves we are worth it enough.”

On releasing more music: “I’m working with Luke [Eisner], my co-star who plays Stig [in Tall Girl]. his band is helping me produce and write my singles… Music is the thing you can really get personal with without people really knowing what it’s about.”

For more from Ava Michelle, head over to GrumpyMagazine.com!

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Brenda Song Never Thought About Her Appearance When Auditioning

Brenda Song Never Thought About Her Appearance When Auditioning

Brenda Song is a golden beauty for her feature in Grumpy magazine‘s Issue No 15!

The Dollface actress opened up about auditioning, Suite Life of Zach & Cody, and her mom’s breast cancer diagnosis. Check it out:

On auditioning for any role: “I think it’s that mentality [you have] when you’re younger and you have no fear, because I didn’t even think about the fact that I didn’t look like everyone else… [I] go audition, read for the characters, and not think about anything else but to go in there and give the best audition regardless of what the role is asking for… All I wanted to do was to act so I went in.”

On her Dollface cast being like their characters: “I’m definitely the most like Madison. I’m the one who would schedule everything and start a group chat letting the other girls know that we are meeting at that place and time. Kat is more of a homebody. Shay traveled the world, so if you need a restaurant recommendation, she knows everyone and everything. Esther is always cheerful. So we are actually those characters – obviously not that extreme.”

On being there for her mom through her breast cancer diagnosis: “When I first learned about my mom diagnosis, I was 16 [and] working on Suite Life. I was so scared… I was sitting there with my mom at her doctor’s appointment, asking the questions that I thought were silly and dumb, seeing what kind of options were out there and what treatment she was doing. All of those things were so helpful for me… Being there and supporting my mom is more important to me than anything I will ever do in my career.”

For more from Brenda Song, head to Grumpymagazine.com!

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