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Olivia Wilde Covers 'Marie Claire' August 2011

Olivia Wilde Covers 'Marie Claire' August 2011

Olivia Wilde wears a Calvin Klein Collection dress as she graces the cover of Marie Claire‘s August 2011 issue, on newsstands Tuesday (July 19).

Here’s what the 27-year-old Cowboys & Aliens actress had to share:

On her divorce from husband of 8 years, Tao Ruspoli: “The trauma of the whole thing has been humbling, and for the first time, I’m a little bit wobbly. I’m a case of arrested development, in a way – from spending your 20s with someone who really loves to take care of you, as my husband did. But I think it’s very healthy to spend time alone. You need to know how to be alone and not be defined by another person.”

On redefining scandal: “I’d like to refocus everyone’s attention away from the Kardashians and onto Doctors Without Borders or aid workers. Let’s redefine scandal. Scandal is not who so-and-so is dating; scandal is the fact that 1.2 million people are still living in tents in Haiti, and cholera is rampant because Nepalese U.N. soldiers dumped s— from their Porta-Potties into the river. That’s a f—ing scandal. If the average 15-year-old was hearing about that instead of so-and-so’s plastic surgery or cheating in Hollywood, I’d feel better about our future.”

For more from Olivia, visit MarieClaire.com!

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28 Responses to “Olivia Wilde Covers 'Marie Claire' August 2011”

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  1. 26
    j Says:

    i like her. she has an interesting face and is kind and smart enough to try raising awareness about social issues.

  2. 27
    K.L. Says:

    Looking forward to seeing “Cowboys & Aliens” because of her :)

  3. 28
    Steve Says:

    Please, a Scandal is a scandal. We don’t need to change the definition of words for her sorry ass. There is a word for what she is talking about – maybe she needs to look it up.

    scan·dal (skndl)
    n.
    1. A publicized incident that brings about disgrace or offends the moral sensibilities of society: a drug scandal that forced the mayor’s resignation.
    2. A person, thing, or circumstance that causes or ought to cause disgrace or outrage: a politician whose dishonesty is a scandal; considered the housing shortage a scandal.
    3. Damage to reputation or character caused by public disclosure of immoral or grossly improper behavior; disgrace.
    4. Talk that is damaging to one’s character; malicious gossip.

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