Here’s what the 18-year-old “Treat You Better” singer had to share:
On Justin Bieber: “People thought of him as a type of person. But maybe he was the same person the whole time and you guys just didn’t give him a chance to show you who he was. Stop looking at him in a negative view and accept him as who he is. We don’t get mad at punk rock bands for doing shit like [he does], because that’s their personality. I just find it very confusing.”
On taking great care of his voice: “I’m very extreme about [caring for my voice]. Did people care about how a singer sounded live back in the day? I don’t really feel like they did. Not everything was being filmed. Today, one huge mess-up and millions are seeing it. There’s a lot more on the line nowadays. We’re so cautious and scared of messing up. It adds a lot of stress to a career.”
On being careful with his fans: “You’re one person. You can’t let them take everything from you. Because they will — not in a malicious way. They just love you. You have to be careful.”
On how he hates being alone: “People know me but they have no idea. I can’t be best friends with the entire world, I can’t fall in love with every girl, I can’t be a father figure or older-brother figure to every person. But I hate being alone. I just want someone there — to get out of my own head for a minute.”
“I read it, and I loved it,” Emily said of the script, which was adapted from the popular book of the same name. “I was completely sucked into it and thrilled by the idea that your protagonist was a blackout drunk. That’s very unusual. Especially in cinema, to have a woman who’s just so messed up at the forefront of the film.”
“ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in New York does currently have an open investigation,” a spokesperson for the Department of Homeland Security told Variety in a statement. “As a matter of agency policy, we are unable to disclose any information related to an active investigation.”
Leslie, who starred in Ghostbusters this summer, had her passport and driver’s license made public, along with sexually explicit photos, after her iCloud was compromised.
Amy Schumer is opening up about her sex life with boyfriend Ben Hanisch. "We love having sex with each other, but there's no performing. He's so sweet," Amy said. "When it comes to sex, I lay there like I'm going to get a CAT scan so I'm not pleasing anyone." See what else Amy said...
The third video in Christina Grimmie‘s The Ballad of Jessica Blue series has debuted.
The new video feature is titled “Deception” with the late singer starring as Jessica, who is at a crossroads in her life and catches her boyfriend in the act of cheating on her.
She is gripped by insecurities only to realize that she is doing more damaged to her own heart and future than any relationship ever could.
Jessica has an upcoming showcase where she hopes to prove to herself and others that her music is as strong as her desire to be great. With the showcase days away she can’t seem to put together her set or her songs.
Jessica is torn between boyfriend issues, her creative issues and a general feeling of self-doubt. She confides in the people closest to her and they all give her words of wisdom along her path of self-discovery.
Her beloved grandmother reminds her that all the security, strength and love she needs is in that powerful voice on the other side of her heart. Jessica finds her path by doing what she loves. She sings from her heart.
Gina Rodriguez looks totally badass and beautiful on the new September 2016 cover of Latina magazine.
Here’s what the 32-yeaar-old Jane the Virgin star had to share with the mag:
On filming Deepwater Horizon: “Peter Berg is a genius. Mark Wahlberg is a badass. John Malkovich, Kurt Russell, Kate Hudson—I learned so much from these people, from this cast, from this family. A lot of movies were offered to me after the Golden Globes—Jane opened so many doors—and when the Deepwater Horizon script came across my iPad, I was like, this is the movie I’m going to fight for. This is the one I want to do.”
On Latinas in Hollywood: “We are definitely helping one another. One thing that I love about Jewish culture is that anthill effect. Every ant brings food to the anthill and everybody eats. Sadly our culture has been living the crab-in-the-barrel effect. We’re so afraid there isn’t enough room for all of us that we fight to get to the top. We don’t need to do that. There’s room for all of us. We’re stronger in numbers. As Latinos, we put Barack [Obama] in office. We could do the same in making sure that Donald Trump doesn’t get in office. We are that strong.”
On shaving her head for a role: “I think it all plays into the idea of being your own hero and not feeling like you have to live up to other people’s expectations. I am not my beauty. Who I am is not my f-cking hair, and to be an actor is to transform. To represent a community is to commit, to give my entire all. So if I’m going to represent Latinos in the industry and in art, if I’m going to represent my little cousins in Chicago, they’re going to know that I went full out. Who are we afraid of? What are we afraid of? The worst thing that can happen is we die. Anything else you can handle.”
The 35-year-old soccer star called the Sweden soccer team “cowards” after their loss.
“For 17 years, I dedicated my life to the U.S. Women’s National Team and did the job of a pro athlete the only way I knew how — with passion, tenacity, an unrelenting commitment to be the best goalkeeper in the world, not just for my country, but to elevate the sport for the next generation of female athletes,” Hope said on Twitter. “In those commitments, I have never wavered. And with so much more to give, I am saddened by the Federation’s decision to terminate my contract.”