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Haim Sisters Discuss Being Women in the Music Industry

The three Haim sisters pose for a Polaroid photo featured on the cover of Teen Vogue‘s special Music Issue.

Here is what the musicians had to share with the mag:

Danielle on the perception of funny female musicians: “If they’re funny, it doesn’t mean they don’t take their music seriously. That was another thing that we’ve encountered, too. It’s like, people aren’t going to take your music seriously if you’re funny. They’re not going to really think you play your instruments.”

Este on the reality for women in the music industry: “We go into recording studios and we’ll encounter literally no women other than us in the studio. It’s laughable… I just feel like people that own studios need to be more aware that it’s important to be inclusive.”

Este on experiencing harassment as a woman within the music industry: “I had an experience when we were first getting signed, and we were doing showcases for labels. After the performance, I was just talking to an A&R, just a normal conversation. Out of nowhere really, he just looks at me and goes, ‘So tell me the truth, do you make the same faces on stage that you make in bed?’ It almost felt like I was immobilized. It’s like I lost my voice almost instantly, is what it felt like. I felt cold and super alone. And my sisters weren’t around to save me either. I think he knew that I was just kind of by myself. And that I didn’t have the usual wolf pack that I have with me. And I just kind of laughed it off. And then just kind of tried to walk away. I still have a really hard time talking about it, as you can tell. I feel like I’m stuttering. But it was really scary.”

For more from Haim, visit TeenVogue.com.

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Lizzo Speaks Out About Body Positivity, Sexuality & Gender

Lizzo graces the cover of Teen Vogue‘s third 2018 Music Issue cover, out now.

Here’s what the 30-year-old “Good as Hell” entertainer had to say…

On sexuality and gender: “When it comes to sexuality or gender, I personally don’t ascribe to just one thing. I cannot sit here right now and tell you I’m just one thing. That’s why the colors for LGBTQ+ are a rainbow! Because there’s a spectrum, and right now we try to keep it black and white. That’s just not working for me.”

On being considered a trailblazer of body positivity: “It’s bizarre to me that what I’m saying and doing is revolutionary, because it should be so innate and first-nature. Not even second-nature. We should love ourselves first. We should look at our bodies as vehicles for success, and not a signifier of who you are, how good your p–y is, if dudes like you or not, or if you can fit certain clothes…that’s not what your body’s for.”

On her next album: “I know this is a really important time for me. I have a lot of eyes on me finally, and I’m in this place where this next album could potentially be something that goes really, really big, or it can go really, really calm…. The album has changed so many times. But the album I’ve gotten to in this moment is gonna be so unexpected, and so musical, but so me…. I want to drop it!”

For more from Lizzo, visit TeenVogue.com.

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Shawn Mendes Addresses His Struggle With Anxiety

Shawn Mendes is on the cover of the Summer 2018 issue of Wonderland, out now.

Here’s what the 19-year-old “In My Blood” pop star had to say…

On his new album: “I think people will be pleasantly surprised at the fact I can do other genres that they haven’t heard me sing. I don’t just listen to one genre, I listen to rap, pop, rock and country and if that’s what I listen to, then that’s what I’m going to create. I let the cohesive factor be my story and my voice, and my rule is: if it’s a good song, it’s a good song. Roll with it.”

On revealing his struggles with anxiety within his music: “It was absolutely terrifying, I was thinking, what if people say, ‘Why is he making sad songs? We like his songs about love.’ I was terrified, then I realized it’s not about that. The day after it came out, I started getting messages from fans, friends and family about how important it was to them. You know, I couldn’t be happier.”

On vocalizing his struggles with anxiety: “Just talking to friends and family and talking to people, becoming more open and vulnerable with everything that’s going on in my life, it’s really hard at first, and with the public it’s hard at first, but ultimately it made things easier for me.”

For more from Shawn, head to WonderlandShop.com.

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Nicole Kidman as Queen Atlanna in 'Aquaman' - First Look Photo!

We have our first official look at Nicole Kidman in character as Queen Atlanna in Aquaman!

The image was revealed on one of the Barnes & Noble exclusive covers of Entertainment Weekly.

On the cover, Nicole‘s character can be seen alongside Jason Momoa as Aquaman and Amber Heard as Mera.

The Aquaman movie is set to hit theaters on December 21. Be sure to check it out!

And head over to EW.com to check out more from the cast.

See the first look image featuring Nicole Kidman below…

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Jason Momoa Is Soaking Wet as Aquaman for 'EW' Cover

Jason Momoa is looking so hot as Aquaman on the cover of Entertainment Weekly‘s new issue!

“The water world my movie takes place in is so separate and so far apart from previous DC movies it’s like I’m making my own sci-fi fantasy film,” director James Wan said of the movie. “This is a whole new underwater world nobody has seen before in live action.”

“Rarely has a superhero character been married to the real-life actor as much as Aquaman and Jason Momoa,” executive producer Peter Safran added. “He’s authentically from two worlds, he’s this real physical specimen, he’s got this humor which he’s never been allowed to play before — in every regard he is Aquaman.”

The movie will hit theaters on December 21.

For more from the cast and crew, visit EW.com.

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