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Lil Nas X Was Afraid of Alienating Some Fans at First When Releasing 'Montero'

Lil Nas X Was Afraid of Alienating Some Fans at First When Releasing 'Montero'

Lil Nas X shows off his ripped abs on the cover of Entertainment Weekly‘s pride issue!

The 22-year-old artist is one of four covers, which feature BIPOC entertainers.

Pose‘s MJ Rodriguez, SNL‘s Bowen Yang and Master of None‘s Lena Waithe all also have their own covers, which you can check out over on Just Jared.

In the issue, Lil Nas X opened up about his latest hit song “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” and how he was scared of alienating some of his fanbase at first, as the song has references to gay sex.

“At first I was really afraid of alienating any of my straight fans,” he told the mag. “But then it was kind of like, if they feel offended, they were never really here for me. They were here for whatever version of myself they made up in their head.”

He also dished on writing more of his own lyrics, dating and meeting new people, and more. Head to EW.com to see what he shared!

If you missed it, it was also just announced that Lil Nas X will be hitting the stage at Saturday Night Live later this month.

Billie Eilish Turns Into a Pin-Up Girl For 'British Vogue'

Billie Eilish Turns Into a Pin-Up Girl For 'British Vogue'

Billie Eilish shocked fans with her brand new cover feature for British Vogue‘s June issue!

The 19-year-old “Your Power” singer showed off her blonde hair as she dressed up like a pin-up girl.

“i love these pictures and i loved doing this shoot. do whatever you want whenever you want. f–k everything else,” she said of the new photo shoot.

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Joey King Talks Not Sharing Too Much Of Herself With The World

Joey King Talks Not Sharing Too Much Of Herself With The World

Joey King takes the cover of Flaunt Magazine‘s “Dawn Chorus” issue!

The 21-year-old The Kissing Booth actress chatted with the mag about starting therapy this past year, working on and off camera, and refraining herself from sharing too much.

On taking on diverse roles from The Kissing Booth to The Act: “I think that being able to be an everyday person who is able to transform into someone like Elle Evans, to just be like every girl and able to be a lead of a movie, is meaningful. And also to become someone like Gypsy [Rose Blanchard] and completely strip away my vanity. I think people resonate with that, that vanity is not my top focus.”

On adding on- and off-camera work to her resume: “I feel so frickin’ grateful to have reached such a certain amount of success where I am now able to decide what I want to produce, and create opportunities for myself that maybe otherwise wouldn’t have presented themselves to me.”

On restraining herself from sharing so much of herself with the world: “Being an actor is so tough, because you have this image of who you are and what kind of image you want to present to other people, when in reality you have no control of what people think of you… I started to see the downside of people having so much information about you or to your personality or personal information.”

On starting a new venture this past year: “I have done a lot of work for myself this year. I started therapy this year, which is something I have never done before. I started it to be the best version of myself that I am trying to be.”

For more from Joey, head to Flaunt.com!

In case you missed it, Joey has had two TV shows premiere recently. Her episode of Nailed It! with sister Hunter King debuted on Netflix, and her episode of the star-studded series Calls premiered on AppleTV+!

FYI: Joey is wearing Pandora jewelry for her cover shoot.

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Demi Lovato Says She's Too Fluid To Put a Label On Her Sexuality

Demi Lovato Says She's Too Fluid To Put a Label On Her Sexuality

Demi Lovato looks fierce in red in this photo from her new Paper Magazine cover feature.

The 28-year-old posed for multiple looks and even turned into a bit of an alien for some of the pics.

“Photoshoot of my dreams 👽🌈,” Demi said on Instagram of the shoot.

In the mag, Demi opened up about her sexuality and how she doesn’t really have a specific label for herself.

“Going back over the past year, I thought my life was going to turn out a lot differently than it has,” she said. “At one point I was engaged to a man, and now I’m very much not.”

“I just wanted to allow myself the freedom to match my outside to what I feel like on the inside, and that’s what I’ve done,” she shared about her newly black, short hair.

“The queer label is fine because to me it’s just this blanket statement of being different,” Demi added. “That’s what I can commit to. I feel like I’m too fluid to commit to a label.”

For more from Demi, and to see more of the photos, head to PaperMag.com!

Demi also recently opened up about how she’s not really romantically interested in men anymore.

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Maddie Ziegler Says She Never Set Out To Become an Actress

Maddie Ziegler Says She Never Set Out To Become an Actress

Maddie Ziegler is taking the cover of Wonderland magazine‘s Spring 2021 issue!

The 18-year-old dancer and actress opened up about growing up in the spotlight, dancing and more.

On accepting imperfections through dancing for Sia: As soon as I started doing choreography for Sia videos, I learnt that my imperfections can be beautiful. I’ll always have Sia to thank for that. She taught me how to express my true self and not hide behind a cover of trying to be ‘too perfect’, as both a dancer and a human. We’ve become so close — she’s like family.

On finding acting through dance: I definitely found acting through dance. That was never my goal, I was just set on becoming a professional dancer.

On growing up on screen and in the spotlight: It’s super scary. I have literally gone through puberty on screen and I’m bound to make mistakes. I try to keep that in the back of my mind: ‘It’s OK if you slip up, Maddie, you’re only human’. It’s a learning process, and I just hope people can understand that.

You can pre-order your copy of Wonderland‘s Spring 2021 issue at WonderlandMagazine.com!

In case you missed it, be sure to check out Gossip Girl star Whitney Peak‘s Wonderland cover.

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Camila Mendes Opens Up About Having Panic Attacks At The Start of 'Riverdale' Season 5

Camila Mendes Opens Up About Having Panic Attacks At The Start of 'Riverdale' Season 5

Camila Mendes dons a purple dress on the cover of Health magazine’s April 2021 issue.

The 26-year-old Riverdale actress was photographed by Nino Muñoz for the cover shoot.

In the mag, Camila opens up about landing Riverdale right out of college, having panic attacks at the beginning of filming season five and more.

On taking care of her mental health: “When we first started shooting season 5, I started having panic attacks, which was strange for me. I think it was because I was in Vancouver and borders were closed—no one could visit us. You start to miss your home and your life, and you don’t have your friends or community with you. I want to say, I am so grateful to be working and would never want this to come off that I am not. Taking baths helped with the panic attacks. I also learned in those moments to put down my phone and take a break from technology and get in the tub with some music on and a book. I never did that before the pandemic, and now I love that I’ve learned to do that for myself.”

On landing Riverdale right out of college: “It’s a dream—I never expected as an actress studying theater at NYU that my first gig would be so transformative. Then, there’s the other side of it. When you have such a massive fan base, there are haters that come along with it. But that has actually been a good learning experience, too. It forces you to accept and get comfortable with the fact that not everyone is going to like you—and that’s OK. That’s a very valuable lesson to have learned early in my career.”

On working in Hollywood as a Latina woman: “When I started and was auditioning a lot, it felt like either there were roles for white girls or roles for Spanish-speaking Latina women. I am born and bred Latina. I grew up in the United States and am Brazilian. I speak Portuguese. In Hollywood, at the time, it didn’t feel like there were roles for people with backgrounds like mine. But now, I do think people are starting to understand that there are all different kinds of Latina women—and beyond that, all different types of people with different backgrounds and experiences. There isn’t just one American experience or one Latina experience.”

On slowing down due to quarantine: “In my day-to-day life, I’m a social butterfly. I love my friends and normally have to force myself to be alone. But in quarantine, I’ve learned how much I actually like spending time with myself. It’s been nice to realize that, and I think it’s something we all need sometimes. When this all started, I was in a place in my life that was go, go, go. I never imagined I’d have time to just sit and be by myself. It has really made me reevaluate priorities.”

For more from Camila Mendes, head over to Health.com!

Whitney Peak Landed 'Gossip Girl' Role After 1 Video Audition

Whitney Peak Landed 'Gossip Girl' Role After 1 Video Audition

Whitney Peak takes the cover of Wonderland magazine‘s spring 2021 issue!

The 18-year-old Gossip Girl star opened up in the mag about her audition process, filming during the pandemic and even the pandemonium around the revival.

“We haven’t even finished filming the show yet and there’s already so much media attention and such a huge fandom. Everybody has something to say about it, and I can’t add to the conversation. It’s kind of overwhelming. But I’m so excited for the audience to be caught off guard!” Whitney told the mag.

As for her audition, she admits, “I 100% was prepared for the project to fall through, Because it happens. And not only that, I just didn’t even believe any of it was real because it was happening so fast, because it happened off the back of one video audition. I was sure someone else was going to come along and take the part from me.”

Whitney‘s Wonderland magazine cover was shot by Heather Hazzan, and is currently available for pre-order at WonderlandMagazine.com!

If you missed them, Whitney was just seen filming scenes for the upcoming HBO Max revival series with her co-star Eli Brown.

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