is still in touch with one of her former O.C.
co-stars and the fate of her character Taylor Townsend. "Awww, I love Ryan and Taylor so much. I’m not sure they would have made it as a couple, though — they came from two very different world and they had different visions of where they wanted to be in the future," Autumn shared. Find out who Autumn still stays in touch with from the O.C.
Taylor Swift is opening up about everything from the pressure of being a huge star, her friends, and Katy Perry in a new interview with the Telegraph.
Here’s what the 25-year-old pop singer had to share:
On the pressure for her albums to sell: “There were so many doomsday theories about the music industry. For the last two albums I’d sold one million copies in a week, and I knew people were waiting to see me not hit that number and then diagnose the music industry as dying or dead. Which is a lot of pressure to put on one artist and one album.”
On if she’s always nice: “No, because that’s annoying, too. And it’s not real if someone appears to never have any issues with anyone. I have my friends, I have enemies. I have bad days when I don’t want to go to a photo shoot, but I’m not going to show up four hours late, I’m going to be there on time. I’m not nice all the time but I try not to be carelessly rude to people who don’t deserve it. When I’m with my friends, we don’t say glowing things about everybody. We’re not sitting around going ‘You know who’s really special and wonderful?’ That’s not what we talk about – we’re normal girlfriends.”
On her apparent feud with Katy Perry: “I’m not giving them anything to write about. I’m not walking up the street with boys, I’m not stumbling out of clubs drunk. But I’m never going to talk about her in my interview. It’s not going to happen.”
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Jodie Foster stays bundled up on the set of Monkey Monster in New York City on Thursday afternoon (February 26).
The 52-year-old director of the film was spotted giving tips to some of the cast and crew.
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Monkey Monster follows Lee Gates (George Clooney), a TV personality whose insider tips made him the money guru of Wall Street. When Kyle Budwell (Jack O’Connell) loses all of his family’s money on a bad tip, he holds Lee and his entire show hostage on air threatening to kill Lee if he does not get the stock up.
Carly Rae Jepsen just revealed the artwork for her new single, “I Really Like You”!
The 29-year-old musician debuted the cover art on Friday (February 27) with the help of her fans on Twitter.
Over the week, Carly Rae has been teasing fans with the track.
“I know I really like you when I start to write songs about you…I know I really really like you when I over think every conversation we have,” she wrote on Twitter.
She added one more before the artwork reveal, “I know I really really really like you when I bring out the beret and lipstick and take you for an old fashioned.”
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Cecily Strong is beautiful in a little black dress on the cover of Capitol File magazine’s latest issue, out on newsstands now!
Here’s what the 31-year-old Saturday Night Live actress had to share:
On what she is looking forward to most about hosting the WHCA dinner: “I’m excited to have my little private meeting with the Obamas. So I’ve got that story. Before the dinner I think I do a private tour of the White House—all the reasons why I said yes, even though everyone warned me about this terrible move. It’s a huge honor. I also love that it came in that weird way. It’s so bizarre. I mean it took us a week to figure out it was real. [My publicist] Lauren’s husband was like, ‘No, this is a different dinner; I know they’re not asking you, truly.’ And Lauren said, ‘Wow, it is the dinner,” but she was going to say no.’
On past encounters with the President: “I did a video in Chicago years ago to be shown at Camp David. I remember [talking] about President Obama’s mom jeans. It was like all my gay friends and me doing all these jokes for Obama. So I have met him a couple of times. I want to see if he remembers me.”
On Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s joke about Selma at the Golden Globes: “I feel like I’m not even the person to address racism or Ferguson. I can mention it, but I wouldn’t feel like that’s my place. I feel fine bringing up anything about women—Bill Cosby, rape, whatever—because I can speak from that place. But I don’t want to be the voice of the Black Lives Matter movement. I don’t think it would be my place. I’m a supporter.”
For more on Cecily, visit Capitolfile-magazine.com!