Wonder Woman Gal Gadot is so gorgeous on the cover of Fashion magazine’s August 2015 issue.
Here’s what the 30-year-old Batman v Superman star had to share with the mag:
On playing the iconic superhero Wonder Woman: “She is the ultimate symbol of strength. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d grow up to be in a movie playing someone who influenced as many women as she has.”
On her experience in the military: “The army wasn’t that difficult for me. The military gave me good training for Hollywood.”
On family life: “Nowadays being a woman is hard, because we have to be the best wife, best mother, best worker, best everything! But I truly believe we are more empowered… we’re also stronger, sophisticated and can achieve what we want. That’s what I would like my daughter to know.”
For more from Gal, visit FashionMagazine.com.
Gigi Hadid rocks head to toe orange, including a pair of Pharrell‘s Adidas sneakers, as she exits a building in New York City on Monday afternoon (July 6).
The 20-year-old supermodel recently became the cover girl for her her third issue of Vogue, this time for the magazine’s Brazil outlet.
PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Gigi Hadid
“A year ago if someone had told me I’d be on my third Vogue cover…I would think it was a joke,” Gigi told the magazine in a translated quote.
Gigi has also been featured on the cover of Vogue Australia and Vogue Spain as well the mag’s little sister publication, Teen Vogue.
Check out the full cover in the gallery below…
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Paula Deen just posted a photo on her Twitter account of her son Bobby in complete brownface.
The Internet went off on the 68-year-old celebrity chef, who was dressed as Lucy from I Love Lucy. The tweet was posted earlier today, but has since been deleted. You can see a screenshot of the tweet and image below.
“How long before Trump adds Paula Deen to the Presidential ticket?” one Twitter user wrote in response to the insensitive photo.
This is not the first time Paula has been under fire for racial insensitivity. She previously admitted to using the “n” word and her derogatory language cost her many business relationships.