The 23-year-old singer chatted with the glossy about toning up her slimmer body (via Life & Style).
“Fall 2010 through March, that’s kind of when I lost the first 30 pounds. By March of last year, I lost 50. And then I maintained it for the rest of the year,” she shared. “I was in the gym all day long. When I got up I would hike, then I would go to the trainer. At night, I would go to my Latin dance fitness class. I really kicked it into high gear for this.”
“I would’ve never thought two years ago that I would be doing running magazines and fitness magazines. It’s really cool,” Jordin added. “The fact that I can look back on the past two-and-a-half years of my life and say, ‘I did that’ —it’s a really good feeling to feel.”
Vanessa Marano gets serious on the May 2013 cover of Nationalist magazine!
The 20-year-old actress opened up to the glossy about her Switched at Birth gig, not having Twitter, and what she wanted to be when she was little. Check it:
On her favorite part about being on the show: “The people I work with. I absolutely adore the cast, the crew, the writers, producers, pretty much everyone.”
On what she would do if not acting: “I used to pretend I was a lawyer when I was little. I’d write out contracts to negotiate.”
On social media: “I just think it’s sad that we are getting to a point in society where we communicate with each other mostly behind a screen. I understand the pros of social media, but for me they just don’t outweigh cons like loss of eye contact in conversation.”
On being more a girly girl or tomboy: “I’m kind of a mix. I don’t like sports, or typical guy stuff. On the other hand, I dress in black most of time and I have no problem killing a spider.”
Gabriella Wilde is pretty in pink in this new shot from her feature in the Summer 2013 issue of V Magazine.
The 24-year-old actress opened up about her mean girl role in Carrie, breaking into the business, and being just Gab Wilde now. Check it:
On tapping into the US movie industry: “I actually really love British and European cinema, but you have to go where the work is, and for me that’s in America. The film industry there could care less about my past.”
On being Sue Snell in Carrie: “It’s been brilliant. I find something interesting about dark characters. I mean, a trailer trash homeless girl couldn’t really be further from who I am. It can be difficult to get cast as something that is off-center from you, and my biggest fear is to be typecast.”
On shortening her stage name: “No one could say it right. It’s a mouthful, and it felt appropriate to leave it behind. I wanted to distance myself from modeling and some of the gossip press that existed around me and my family. It was easier for me to establish myself under a different identity, and I want to be doing it on my own.”
Avan Jogia graces the May 2013 cover of NKD magazine!
The 21-year-old actor opened up to the glossy about his upcoming role on Twisted, social media’s effect on television, and social responsibility. Check it:
On his new gig on Twisted: “I’ve jumped from ship to ship. For me it’s about a town and people, and how sometimes we don’t forgive. We operate a lot on fear of the unknown and not knowing somebody.”
On Pretty Little Liars: “The shows on the network are always something to talk about. In the technological world we live in, the audience is free to have discussions on Twitter. It makes everyone a conspiracy theorist.”
On being in this industry: “I’m an actor. It’s my job and it’s also my passion. With this kind of job, you either become a celebrity or a public figure, and some actors don’t know how to deal with that. If I’m going to be in the limelight, I rather not talk about bubble gum or my favorite snack. If you don’t talk about what you stand for, problems remain and nothing gets solved.”
Miley Cyrus strips down on the Summer 2013 cover of V magazine.
The 20-year-old singer chatted with the glossy about changing up her look, working with new people and maintaining her relationship with fiance Liam Hemsworth. Check it:
On working with Pharrell: “Then I met Pharrell, and it was the first time I was in the studio just being really free. Pharrell opened that door. At the end of the day its what me and P are making…I could keep doing this forever, just making this record.”
On balancing her relationship and work: “I’m not home with my boyfriend all the time. We work. Every week it’s ‘Are they broken up? Because we don’t’ see a photo of them.’ I don’t have time go to Starbucks with my boyfriend every morning. I wish I did, but I don’t. I’d rather chill at my house and be there for the time I actually get to spend with him. And then I’m at the studio all day. He gets up to work out at six and I come home at five from the studio. I put this record before everything, and I’ve never done that with anything. I’ve put too much into this record to put anything else in front of it.”
On her new sound: “I can never say that I don’t love ‘Party in the U.S.A.’ and that I’m not appreciative of it. It would like my dad saying that he hated ‘Achy Breaky.’ It’s what gives you everything that you have. I would never take it back.”
In the issue, the 18-year-old actress chats about her upcoming movie, The Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters, fashion and more. Check it:
On what she likes about herself: “I like that I’m strong-willed, passionately curious, and love fully with my whole heart. If you asked me to give you a list of things about myself I need to work on, the list would be endless.”
On her favorite thing in her closet: “I have a pair of black combat boots that my Dad got me for my fourteenth birthday. I wear them at least two times a week, they’re so comfortable. THAT, and a leopard print button-up jacket I got at age five. It basically only fits on my right pinky finger, but is too cute to part with.”
The digital edition of Miabella is currently available on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play.
The 34-year-old 90210 actor opened up about the series saying goodbye, new projects and his dream leading ladies. Check it:
On his best memories of 90210: “The people I worked with from the cast to all the members of the crew was one, another was playing a character that helped and gave encouragement to people in real life.”
On his next project: “[I'd like to play a] serial killer, perhaps, let’s also throw superhero into the mix.”