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Caitlyn Jenner Covers 'Sports Illustrated' 40 Years After Olympic Victory

Caitlyn Jenner wears a gold look on the cover of Sports Illustrated, celebrating her successful Olympic run forty years ago.

Here’s what the 66-year-old reality star had to share:

On winning the Olympics vs her life today: “Sports. It’s not real life. You go out there, you work hard, you train your ass off, win the Games. I’m very proud of that part of my life. And it’s not like I just want to throw it out. It’s part of who I am. What I’m dealing with now, this is about who you are as a human being. What did I do for the world in 1976, besides maybe getting a few people to exercise a little bit? I didn’t make a difference in the world.”

On her body at the time of the Olympics: “It disgusted me. I was big and thick and masculine. The rest of the world thought it was this Greek god kind of body. I hated it. But it’s what I was given, so I just tried to do the best I could with it.”

On Bruce: “I loved Bruce… I still love him today. I like what he did and the way he set an example for hard work and dedication. I’m proud of that part of my life. But this woman was living inside me, all my life, and it reached the point where I had to let her live and put Bruce inside. And I am happier, these last 12 months, than I’ve ever been in my life.”

For more from Caitlyn, visit SI.com.

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Demi Lovato Didn't Think She'd Live To Be 21

Demi Lovato gets candid about her struggle with body image and addiction in the July 2016 issue of American Way magazine, available now.

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

On her body issues starting as a toddler: “Even though I was 2 or 3 years old, being around [my mom] who was 80 pounds and had an active eating disorder…it’s hard not to grow up like that.”

On ending up in rehab like Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan: “Making Camp Rock, I was definitely like, ‘Oh crap. In three years, that’s going to be me.’”

On thinking she was going to die young: “I lived fast and I was going to die young…I didn’t think I would make it to 21.”

On not letting her parents discipline her: “I’d say, ‘What are you going to do? I pay the bills!’ I put my parents in an uncomfortable position. There’s no manual on how to parent a pop star.”

On worrying about her future children’s mental health: “I’m nowhere near having children, but already I ask myself questions. My grandma had bulimia, my mom had it, I had it, and hopefully my kids won’t have it, but it’s kind of like addiction. It’s hereditary.”

For more from Demi, visit AmericanWay.com.

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Eva Green Doesn't Understand Why She's Always Stripping Down on Film

Eva Green looks stunning on the cover of W Magazine‘s August 2016 issue.

Here is what the 35-year-old Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children actress had to share with the mag:

On wearing no clothes so often in films: “It is very paradoxical. I am so shy, and, at the same time, I kind of expose myself literally to thousands of people. I don’t really understand why I do that. I need to go through therapy!”

On her new movie: “Miss Peregrine is like a dark Mary Poppins. She has the ability to manipulate time and uses her powers to protect the children. Miss Peregrine will kill for them. And she does! Which was fun.”

On being introverted as a child: “I was not popular in school. I was a real geek, hugging the walls. I blushed whenever the teacher would ask me a question. I was paralyzed.”

Tim Burton on first meeting the actress: “Eva was not instantly knowable. There was something private and mysterious about her, and that’s not common in this day and age. People think she’s ‘dark,’ but she’s more interesting than that. People assume I’m dark too, but I’m really not. Is it just because I wear dark clothing? Do people want me to be in a white suit, like Mr. Roarke from Fantasy Island?! Eva faces the same dilemma. We share a complicated way of looking at things. We both have an interest in the unusual.”

For more from Eva, visit WMagazine.com!

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Diane Kruger Says She Had an Identity Crisis at Age 30

Diane Kruger looks refreshed on the cover of Town & Country‘s August 2016 issue, on newsstands July 5.

Here is what the 39-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On having an identity crisis at age 30: “I had become arrogant. I had been a model, I spoke three languages, I had a career. I felt I had figured it all out. And then I realized that I was living in this very privileged life in my own bubble that I created and I [didn’t] know anything about what [was] really going on in the world and I [didn’t] ask enough questions… I made a lot of different choices. I cut people out of my life who I felt were enabling my bubble.”

On meeting long-time love, actor Joshua Jackson: “Meeting someone like my partner, who has a very different perspective, who likes to travel in a different way and be open to various experience was so important. I was 30 years old and I was already bored of fancy hotels.”

On feminism and the pay gap in Hollywood: “I have yet to be paid the same amount as a male costar. And absolutely I’ve been labeled a bitch, or difficult to work with, when I’ve spoken up about something. Or it’s ‘She doesn’t really know what she’s talking about.’”

FYI: Diane is wearing a Gucci jacket and shirt with Levi’s shorts on the cover.

For more from Diane, visit TownandCountryMag.com!

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Chris Pine Puts Ripped Muscles on Display for 'Men's Fitness'

Chris Pine puts his ripped arms and bulging biceps on display while posing for the cover of Men’s Fitness‘ July/August 2016 issue!

Here is what the 35-year-old Star Trek Beyond actor had to share with the mag:

On actors bulking up to play superheroes: “You’ve got Thor, you’ve got Captain America. These guys are eating 5,000, 7,000 calories, waking up just to eat food, eating 15 meals a day. For your liver, I don’t think that’s healthy.”

On his new workout routine using a baseball bat-like Clubbell: “Before this, I was doing pretty traditional weightlifting…with this workout, all of a sudden you start to float more. Even my friends used to make fun of the way I walked. I was walking in this rigid way, and it had a lot to do with having been an insecure kid trying to move protectively. Now, my body is moving in a more healthful way. It’s because of [trainer] Mark Wildman’s process.”

For more from Chris, visit MensFitness.com!

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Joe Jonas Wanted to Take His Time After Jonas Brothers Breakup

DNCE get broody for this moody new feature for the latest issue of Paper magazine.

Here’s what the group – Joe Jonas, JinJoo Lee, Jack Lawless, and Cole Whittle – had to share with the mag:

On starting the band: “I didn’t want to just rush back into things [after the Jonas Brothers breakup]. It’s very tough in the music industry to have a second chance and come back with new music that has an effect again.” – Joe

On their chemistry: “It’s kind of unheard of to start a band with people who all get along, spend every second together and don’t want to kill each other.” – Joe

On their unique sound: “We sound like our personalities. A mix of different people from different places who are all best friends and all having fun.” – Cole

For more on DNCE, visit PaperMag.com.

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Nearly 200 Celebrities Sign Billboard's Open Letter to Congress for Gun Control

Nearly 200 artists have signed an open letter from Billboard, urging Congress to stop gun violence.

The “Open Letter to Congress” says, “We call on Congress to do more to prevent the gun violence that kills more than 90 Americans every day and injures hundreds more, including: Require a background check for every gun sale, [and] block suspected terrorists from buying guns. Billboard and the undersigned implore you—the people who are elected to represent us—to close the deadly loopholes that put the lives of so many music fans, and all of us, at risk.”

Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, Adam Lambert, Meghan Trainor, Calvin Harris, Jennifer Lopez, Cher, Joe Jonas, Kesha, Barbra Streisand, Common, Zayn Malik, Alicia Keys, Sia, Paul McCartney, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Billy Joel, Shakira, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Dixie Chicks, DJ Khaled, Ellen DeGeneres, and more have signed.

See some of the signatures below, and read more over at Billboard.com.

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