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Adam Lambert Shares Some Details on His New Album!

Adam Lambert is rocking much longer hair and going full bohemian for his photo shoot in the latest issue of Schon Magazine!

Here’s what the 36-year-old entertainer shared with the magazine:

On balancing his Queen and solo acts: “I’ve never felt like working with Queen has put any sort of a damper on my solo work. I don’t feel as though we can compete with each other. I think that actually, they have coexisted very well, timing wise. The collaboration with Queen is little chunks of time that I go on the road with them, and then I’m done so it’s left me plenty of time to sort of flip-flop into my solo career.”

On going back to basics: “I didn’t know exactly what I wanted to do for a minute, as far as my solo career. Now, I’ve explored some new sounds and some new concepts and I’m on the course to put something out, but it took a second to discover that for myself, for this project…I was just waiting to catch a certain inspiration, you know what I mean? I was really digging, trying to find some authenticity. The most authentic sound and style that I could. I think from the outside looking in, I think the fans, for example, may just think “oh, you’ve done this album and now you can just pop another one out, you know… do it” [laughs] But those of us who are actually making the albums, know it’s not as simple as that. There is the creative process. You can’t really put a time stamp on it and just demand it to happen.”

On the theme of the new album: “I think there are some general ideas of resilience in the theme. There’s a theme of sort of being in your power. And if you’re not in it, kind of taking it back. Definitely plenty of longing… there’s a sense of longing in searching for intimacy. The search for intimacy and the elusiveness of it.”

For more from Adam, head to SchonMagazine.com.

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Lady Gaga Hasn't Read Any 'A Star Is Born' Reviews, But Bradley Cooper Did Read One!

Lady Gaga is on the cover of Variety‘s latest issue talking all about her new movie A Star Is Born.

Here’s what she had to share with the mag…

On how transformative A Star Is Born has been for her: “This has been a very transformative time for me. As an artist, there’s always a feeling of ‘Am I good enough? Am I making something honest? Am I making something true?’ There is a sort of stagnant sadness in me, wondering if I’m enough. Today I did not see that. I saw something different. I saw a clarity. I saw a truth.”

On not reading the film’s reviews: “My manager will sometimes text me little one-liners here and there. I’ll be like, ‘Stop it!’”

Bradley Cooper, on reading one: “I read one review, and it was horrible. It was from a place I grew up reading my whole life. And I just saw it on a news feed.”

On if she’ll perform “Shallow” at the Oscars if it’s nominated: “One hundred percent.”

For more from Lady Gaga, visit Variety.com.

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Henry Golding Doesn't Want to be 'Brad Pitt Famous' for This Reason

Henry Golding is one of GQ‘s Men of the Year for 2018 and his full interview is now available!

Here’s what he had to share with the mag…

On the level of fame he does not want: “I don’t know if I’d be comfortable being Brad Pitt famous. You can’t walk anywhere. You can’t live a life.”

On Hollywood’s perception of him before Crazy Rich Asians was released: “When I finished filming [Crazy Rich Asians], but before the movie was out, I went to a lot of these general Hollywood meetings. They’d have to look at the paper that had my face on it and a little bit of a bio. And they’re like, ‘Crazy Rich Asians. What the hell is that? Is this, like, a television show? Is it a web series?’ I’d be like, ‘No, no. It’s a movie. I think it’s gonna be pretty big.”

On dealing with his newfound fame: “I’ve stayed the same throughout. It’s just people’s perception of you changes. So I’m struggling with the fame a bit.”

For more from Henry, visit GQ.com.

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Kehlani Opens Up About the Public's Response to Her Pregnancy

Kehlani looks stunning on the cover of Nylon‘s latest issue, available now.

Here’s what the 23-year-old musician had to share with the mag:

On the response to her pregnancy: “I’ve gotten everything from ‘I thought she was a lesbian’ to ‘she was using queerness to promote her career, then went and betrayed us with a man’ to ‘her baby father is just a sperm donor.’”

On identifying as queer: “I never identified as a lesbian. I’ve always been pansexual. My first mixtape included songs about males, and songs about women. My first album had songs about a nonbinary ex, an intersex ex, and male/female exes. I don’t always make it a point to identify pronouns in the music because that isn’t the focal point. I think what steered everyone in the direction of categorizing my sexuality (which is still really narrow-minded) was my song ‘Honey,’ and a couple of the features I’d done after.”

On how her views on activism have changed: “My understanding of activism changed from thinking only physical activism—marching, boycotting, striking—was valid. There are so many people working hour to hour within publications, local committees, or their respective professional fields to shift the paradigm. Countless movements and staples of activist culture have been sparked, revised, and preserved by powerful voices on social media. It’s becoming fairly clear that resistance has no definite shape.”

For more from Kehlani, visit Nylon.com.

Margot Robbie Talks About Refusing to Be Typecast Early On in Her Career

Margot Robbie is on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar magazine’s December/January 2018/2019 issue.

Here’s what the Mary Queen of Scots actress had to share with the mag…

On her metamorphosis into Queen Elizabeth I while filming Mary Queen of Scots: “Normally there’s someone who steps in and says, ‘No, keep all the girls looking pretty!’ But Josie Rourke, the director, was keen to explore how Queen Elizabeth’s looks affected her relationships, and everyone had the guts to do it.”

On the inspiration to form her own production company, LuckyChap Entertainment, in 2014: “When we set out to create our company, it was sort of a new idea, but then in response to the #MeToo conversation it was all that anyone was talking about. People were like, ‘Why don’t we make movies for women?’ Uh, what a revelation, right?”

On refusing to be typecast by her beauty early on: “When I was trying to make my name as an actress, creative roles for women were limited. I didn’t want to pick up another script where I was the wife or the girlfriend—just a catalyst for the male story line. It was uninspiring.”

For more from Margot, visit HarpersBazaar.com.

FYI: Margot is wearing Chanel Haute Couture on the cover.

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