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Zendaya Reveals How Social Media Has Changed Her as a Person

Zendaya Reveals How Social Media Has Changed Her as a Person

Zendaya is looking fun and fearless on the cover of Glamour‘s November 2017 issue, where she was interviewed by pal Yara Shahidi!

The 21-year-old actress and entertainer had a lot to share about social media, herself, her future, and more. Here’s what she told the mag…

On her plans for the future: “I want to produce and create shows and movies, whether or not I’m starring in them. You know, when you watch a show and you’re like, ‘That’s so good. I wish I’d made it’? Why not? Why not make it? Wild idea, I know.”

On her first job at Disney Channel: “I got my first job on the Disney Channel when I was 13, and it was just me and my dad in an apartment in downtown L.A. It was very difficult because I was dealing with all the pivotal girl moments. I remember getting my period and him not knowing what to do. It was a weird transitional phase.”

On her obsession with Oprah: “I have an obsession with Oprah. She’s someone who, even with everything stacked against her, has soared to unbelievable heights. If she wants to create a network, she can do it. She wants to produce a movie? She can do it. But then also there’s this level of realness to her. You feel like she’s your auntie.”

On her power using social media: “I can genuinely say that I’m not the same person I was a year ago. As my social platforms grew, I realized that my voice was so much more important than I had originally thought. I think if every young person understood the power of their voice, things would be a lot different. And it’s becoming more popular to be outspoken.”

FYI: Zendaya is wearing a limited-edition tee shirt by Stella McCartney, which is designed to encourage women to speak out, woman to woman. Proceeds of the shirt benefit The Girl Project, Glamour’s philanthropic initiative to support girls’ education.

For more from Zendaya, visit Glamour.com.

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Nina Dobrev Stuns in 'Rogue' Magazine Cover Shoot

Nina Dobrev Stuns in 'Rogue' Magazine Cover Shoot

Nina Dobrev wears silver nail tips for a photo in the latest Rogue Magazine Print Issue No. 7!

The 28-year-old actress takes the cover for the issue and dished about her upcoming film roles, leaving The Vampire Diaries, and more.

On getting into character: “Everyone has a process and I don’t have just one thing that works for me. I have a very active imagination so I can get myself to a point of horrible distress if I imagine something enough. If I can think it, I can believe it. Which is one of the reasons why things in my life have happened how they have. They’ve manifested from my thoughts and emotions.”

On her upcoming film Lucky Day: “Of all the roles I’ve done so far it’s the biggest departure I’ve had to tackle, because I have to speak French and have an accent. By the time this comes out I think my hair will be cut shorter. I’m excited about that.”

On leaving The Vampire Diaries before the show ended: “I’ve always wanted to take big risks. I started Vampire Diaries when I was 20, and I was playing a young teenage girl. I also played Katherine, this ancient vixen who was manipulative and crazy. Then I grew into myself as a woman– I found that part of myself while playing that role– I grew with the show and I wanted to continue to grow outside of it. Mentally, it was a crazy time. I was 27 when I left the show, I was ready to do something different. I wanted to prove everyone wrong who said I would play this one role my whole life or be stuck playing younger roles.”

Rogue Magazine Issue No. 7 is on newsstands now, and you can order it here!

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Fifth Harmony's Ally Brooke Reveals They Were Bummed When They Didn't Win 'X Factor', But Only For A Minute

Fifth Harmony's Ally Brooke Reveals They Were Bummed When They Didn't Win 'X Factor', But Only For A Minute

Ally Brooke slays it on the new cover of Prune magazine.

The Fifth Harmony singer opened up about fashion, being the mom of the group and how they all really felt when they didn’t win X Factor all those years ago.

“After the show, we were a little bummed,” Ally admits, but in a few minutes it all turned around.

She adds, “Right after the show we had a party with Simon (Cowell) and the contestants. At that party, we were told we were being signed to a major record label. We were so excited that nothing else mattered but that.”

Ally also shares that being in the group completely changed her life and she wouldn’t have it any other way.

“We have been able to experience so much at a young age,” Ally says. “We’re able to do what we love every day – perform, sing, write, and be part of the music industry. We’ve been able to touch the lives of many people and kids – young men and women – all around the world.”

“I’m very grateful for everything that has come our way. It has been such an incredible journey, and the fact that people love us and support our music is something I definitely cherish.”

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Niall Horan Hardly Ever Gets Recognized When Out in London

Niall Horan Hardly Ever Gets Recognized When Out in London

Niall Horan holds up a throwback picture of himself on the new cover of ShortList.

The “Slow Hands” singer opened up with the glossy about how his life has changed since his X Factor days and how much he really gets recognized.

“In London, people don’t really pay attention to me – in a good way,” Niall admits. “I’m not saying everyone should know who I am, but I go on the Tube, or walk down the street, absolutely no problem.”

He adds, “I went to Chelsea vs Tottenham at Wembley, and got the Tube there with the Chelsea fans. Nothing. Londoners are in their own little world, aren’t they?”

However, it might be a little different in Los Angeles, since he was spotted heading out of the Belmont Bar and Restaurant last night (September 28).

Niall also shared that it’s tough to get back home to Ireland nowadays.

“My life is the polar opposite of what it was before. I live half and half between London and LA,” he shared. “Last year I think I spent less than six days in Ireland, which is nuts. I spent the first 16 years of my life there and now I can barely do a week.”

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Cara Delevingne Was Mistaken for a Boy Because of Her Shorter Hair

Cara Delevingne Was Mistaken for a Boy Because of Her Shorter Hair

Cara Delevingne goes super glam as she covers the latest issue of Net-A-Porter‘s digital magazine The Edit.

Here’s what the 25-year-old model turned actress shared with the mag:

On being mistaken for a boy: “If I wore the clothes that I liked, with my short hair, everyone would think that I was a boy. I hated it. Even though I looked like a boy and acted like a boy, I wasn’t a boy. And when people said [to my parents], ‘Oh, your son is so handsome,’ I would think, how dare you say that! Like, why was I seen as a boy? It wasn’t like I was an alien, but I definitely knew there was something weird going on.”

On writing her book Mirror, Mirror: “I’m talking about mean, critic-type people who don’t know my work that well, and don’t want to know. [To them] I’m seen everywhere, I’m privileged, and they don’t want to believe that I can actually do something else. Which I understand, I get it, but I want to earn their respect. And if I have to work harder to get it, then so be it.”

On her dreams for the future: “I want to have a farm, live on a beach, get my driver’s license. And I’m like, ‘Ooh, am I going to get married, is that something I believe in?’ I want kids – I know I’m going to have kids. I can’t wait [to have] that love. Those are the boxes I want to tick. But I haven’t set times, they’re just dreams.”

You can read Cara‘s full interview at Net-A-Porter.com.

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Grace VanderWaal & Becky G Star In Gorgeous Photoshoot for Billboard's 21 Under 21 List

Grace VanderWaal & Becky G Star In Gorgeous Photoshoot for Billboard's 21 Under 21 List

Grace VanderWaal, Noah Cyrus, Becky G, and Zara Larsson lounge around in this stunning image from Billboard‘s 21 Under 21 List shoot.

The four musicians are all featured on the list, placing at 8, 11, 14 and 17, respectively.

“Music’s been in my life my whole life,” Zara shared with Billboard in the feature.

Grace, at 13, is somewhat underestimated by the older crowd and it’s something she’s hoping to change: “Once people get to know me, they change their minds.”


For Noah and Becky, it’s all about inspiring people to follow their dreams and do what they want.

“You can do whatever you want — that’s how I want to influence young girls and boys,” Noah says.

Becky adds, “What empowers you is acknowledging, ‘I am who I am’ — I feel like that’s the influence I want to be making.”

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Bella Hadid Dishes Advice For Other Girls Her Age

Bella Hadid Dishes Advice For Other Girls Her Age

Bella Hadid is a classic beauty in a shot from her Harper’s Bazaar Arabia October issue, available now.

The 20-year-old model spilled on WHAT. Check it:

On advice she has for people her age: “All of these teenagers need to know that you’re you and that’s the best thing you can be. The hardest part is being judged, and that’s what they talk to me about. It’s really sad because it doesn’t happen just in America or just in Europe, it happens everywhere in the world. Bullying is a crazy thing.”

On not competing with sister Gigi: “Most of the time our markets are completely differen and if we get booked on a job and she gets it or I get it, we’re both happy for each other. There are enough jobs in the world for both of us. There’s no reason for us to be mad at each other or competitive. So if she gets it, then good for her.”

On wanting to be financially independent: “It never felt right to me to ask my parents for money. I never spent money. It still to this day freaks me out to spend money. It would make me happy to buy a really cute $5 T-shirt instead of a designer piece. I never bought anything designer until I was 18 and could buy it on my own. I bought my first pair of Louboutins and that was a very big moment for me. People always think that my parents would buy us stuff. My mom never bought me anything designer. My dad would buy me little things that are more meaningful than a designer purse. I would rather have riding boots. That was what made me so happy.”

For more from Bella, visit HarpersBazaarArabia.com.

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Lili Reinhart Shares Her First Opinion of Cole Sprouse: 'I Wasn't Starstuck'

Lili Reinhart Shares Her First Opinion of Cole Sprouse: 'I Wasn't Starstuck'

Lili Reinhart gets chic in black and white in a shoot for W Magazine‘s website, online now.

The 21-year-old Riverdale actress opened up about her anxiety, meeting Cole Sprouse for the first time and Bughead. Check it:

On her first opinions of her co-stars: “I thought KJ [Apa] was so hot, so charming. I had seen Cole and Camila [Mendes] at the studio test, and thought Cami was so beautiful. It’s funny, I don’t really remember having an opinion on Cole, to be honest. Of course, I had grown up watching [The Suite Life] but I wasn’t really starstruck. He just seemed like this really attractive, normal guy.”

On her sudden rise to fame: “The show took off in such a way that fame followed very quickly after, and it wasn’t really a smooth transition,. It was just kind of like, ‘Bam.’ It wasn’t a bad thing, but all a sudden, I’m doing all these things and a year ago, I was just starting to film season one, and two years ago, I was living in North Carolina with my parents.”

On seeing Bughead in Riverdale season two: “People are obsessed. They are some really beautiful moments between them, but also really intense. Season two is kind of heart-wrenching. Betty is going through a traumatic situation, and your heart goes out to her, but you also see some new sides to her, which I’m super excited about. Season two definitely opens a door to showing different sides to all of these characters, and it is really beautiful to watch.”

On moving back home before landing Riverdale: “My anxiety was so bad that I had to keep quitting jobs because I physically could not work. But I knew I needed to make money, so I got the job and the women there was like, ‘You need to go find a black button-up shirt and slipless shoes.’…I threw up in my Uber because, one, I was carsick, and two, I was having a panic attack. I get home, lock the door in my room, immediately Skype my mom and said, ‘Mom, I’m not okay.’ I had to get a brown paper bag and breathe into it, which felt so dramatic, but I really could not breathe. I felt like my world was crashing. I didn’t want to admit defeat, but I was like, ‘I need to come home. My mental health is suffering, and it is making me physically ill.’”

For more from Lili, visit WMagazine.com.

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