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Lea Michele Used to Journal About Needing Plastic Surgery

Lea Michele flaunts some skin on the new November 2015 cover of Women’s Health magazine.

Here’s what 29-year-old Scream Queens star had to share with the mag:

On how she manages stress: When I get stressed, I think that for me, I just live a very active life. No matter what, if I can just go for a nice hike, or if I can have a little glass of wine, or eat good food, that always is my best medicine.

On her fears in life: I really don’t like to be in a car with more than five people—that really freaks me out because I’m always afraid the tires are going to pop. It’s this super weird thing that I’m afraid of. Or a boat with a lot of people.

On things she’s learned about herself by keeping journals: The journaling for me was always a place that I felt that I could write down whatever I wanted and never had to be embarrassed. So here I was, from New York and working on Broadway, and it’s hard coming from that world and trying to make a place for yourself, whether it would be in film or TV. I would write things down that I would be embarrassed to say to people because I was told so often growing up that I wasn’t pretty enough, or that I needed plastic surgery, or that I wouldn’t be pretty enough for the pretty girl, or whatever that there wasn’t a place for me in television, I was too ethnic and what not. All these horrible things, but I would still write down ‘I’m gonna get a TV show,’ and ‘I’m gonna make an album,’ and ‘I’m gonna do these things,’ and despite what everyone was telling me outside that private time, I wrote it down and I really made it happen. It’s a private space for you to just express yourself and write down the things that you want to do, whether or not you feel like you have the encouragement from the outside world. This is a place where you can just be with yourself and manifest it.

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Emilia Clarke Named Sexiest Woman Alive By 'Esquire' - See Her Sexy Photos!

Emilia Clarke bares her body while being named Sexiest Woman Alive by Esquire magazine for their November 2015 issue, on newsstands October 20.

Here’s what the 28-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On having to Wikipedia Game of Thrones before her audition: “And then my agent calls me up and says, ‘Did you ever go up for Game of Thrones?’…My agent told the casting director, ‘I know that the breakdown for this character is tall and willowy and blonde. I know she’s short and round and brown, but I’d like you to see her.’ I had two scenes which told me nothing and not very much time in which to read all those [George R. R. Martin] books. So I did what every good actor does and Wikipedia’d the living crap out of it.”

On filming a rape and nudity scene in the beginning of the series: “Once, I had to take a little time out. I said I needed a cup of tea, had a bit of a cry, and was ready for the next scene.”

On not letting fame get to her head: “I’m trying everything I can not to be freaky.”

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Selena Gomez Says Taylor Swift Sees Her at Her Best & Worst

Selena Gomez smiles under the sun while posing for this new (Un)Cover feature for Refinery29.

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

On the virtues of having a small squad: “I have a lot of friends in the business, but at the end of the day, [Taylor Swift and three non-famous friends] are who I call crying. They see my best and my worst.”

On why she looks up to Jennifer Aniston and Kerry Washington: “I treasure these women. I’d rather be around women than men. I think they are interesting, complicated, and beautiful.”

On Justin Bieber: “At this point, there is no anger. There’s closure in a very good, healthy way. We’ve seen each other. I’m always encouraging and I am proud of his journey. I think people are making it out to be something that is more tragic than it really was. We grew up together. We both made mistakes. That’s it.”

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Rihanna Reveals What Kind of Men Turn Her On

Rihanna shows off her septum ring on one of the six covers of T, The New York Times Style Magazine‘s Greats issue.

Here is what the 27-year-old singer had to share with the mag:

On what it’s like in her head: “I’m [a ‘next-moment’ person, not an ‘in-the-moment’ person.] Only now are things hitting me, like I’m feeling them emotionally. I used to feel unsafe right in the moment of an accomplishment — I felt the ground fall from under my feet because this could be the end. And even now, while everyone is celebrating, I’m on to the next thing. I don’t want to get lost in this big cushion of success.”

On why she isn’t dating: “Guys need attention. They need that nourishment, that little stroke of the ego that gets them by every now and then. I’ll give it to my family, I’ll give it to my work — but I will not give it to a man right now.”

On what kind of men turn her on: “I’m turned on by guys who are cultured. That’ll keep me intrigued. They don’t have to have a single degree, but they should speak other languages or know things about other parts of the world or history or certain artists or musicians. I like to be taught.”

On when she first learned about sex: “Well, there’s always this human instinct about that, even from a very, very young age. But by like age 11, girls were talking about what they had and hadn’t done. I hadn’t even kissed a boy yet, so it always made me feel insecure, like I was never gonna be good or ready or know what to do — I didn’t even have boobs.”

Also featured on the covers are Karl Lagerfeld, Steve McQueen, Quentin Tarantino, author Jonathan Franzen, and tech entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes.

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Jessica Chastain Tells 'W' Mag She Wants To 'Play A Villain In A Bond Film'

Jessica Chastain looks totally fierce rocking pink hair on the cover of W magazine‘s November 2015 issue!

Here’s what the Oscar-nominated actress had to share with the mag:

On wanting to be in a James Bond film: “One of my goals is to play a villain in a Bond film. People ask me if I want to be a Bond girl, and I say, ‘No, I want to be the villain.’ I’m waiting for that call!”

On her versatility as an actress: “It did confuse people. I would hear, ‘Who is the real Jessica?’ a lot. They rarely say that about men. They never worry about ‘knowing’ them.”

On her boyfriend, Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo: “He’s a gentleman. And that’s very important to me. He’s from an old-school Italian family. No one in his family has ever been divorced!”

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Jena Malone Reveals How War Makes 'Hunger Games' Unique

Jena Malone shows off her shorter, brunette pixie cut at the Stand With The Mockingjay event powered by Samsung on Thursday afternoon (October 8) in New York City.

The 30-year-old Hunger Games actress got to experience the 360-degree digital content using the Samsung Gear VR inside the event.

In her feature with Flaunt, Jena opened up about the appeal of The Hunger Games and what drew her to the project.

“It’s really kind of easy to lump them all together, like Harry Potter, and Twilight, and Divergent. There are so many different things, and I wondered if this was all just another youth fixation? And then I read the book and I realized, ‘Holy s***, these books are talking about war in a way that is so unusual. These books are talking about war and how they interact with everyday people in a way that KTLA, or a Los Angeles news program, whatever, evening news, won’t even touch upon, you know?’” Jena shared.

She added, “And I thought that’s really f****** interesting. These eight-year-old girls, 16-year-old boys are hungry for the truth of war. So, I guess that the most exciting thing for me, is that they were really interesting anti-war novels. And it made me want to dig even deeper into the truth of what it is to be war-torn. Whether it’s through the country, through your mind, through your body; all of these things and how war penetrates people.”

Jena Malone – Flaunt Magazine

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The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus Reflects on Being Labeled as 'Damaged'

Norman Reedus takes the cover of Details magazine’s November 2015 issue.

Here’s what the 46-year-old The Walking Dead star had to share with the mag:

On how The Walking Dead has transformed: “The dynamic has changed. In Season 1, it was ‘Here’s some clay, mold it into something.’ Season 2, it’s ‘Okay, here’s the mold—we’re all sharing ideas on how big the hands should be.’ And then Season 3: ‘He may or may not have long or short hair,’ and a bunch of people are making that decision.”

On being called ‘damaged’: “I guess there is that damaged quality. That’s something I might have unconsciously run with early on. Maybe I still do. It gives some people an underdog quality—you want to root for them as they fight their way through something. Maybe I have a little bit of that. But I don’t cry myself to sleep.”

On Daryl Dixon’s chances for love: “Even this season, I’m the last in line for love. I like not going through that door one way or another. I like that mystery. They’ll kill me whenever they want. I would hate to leave the show. I would play this role until I’m 80, I really would. And I could.”

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