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Penn Badgley Opens Up About Playing a 'Stalker' in 'You'

Penn Badgley strikes a thoughtful pose on the cover of Da Man magazine’s December 2018/January 2019 issue.

Here’s what the 32-year-old former Gossip Girl star had to share with the mag:

On his secret to portraying his You character, stalker Joe Goldberg, in a convincing way: “Never thinking of him as a stalker when I’m in it. He’s a human striving for things, desiring things. I personally detest him as a human, but he’s human. I always tried to keep his humanity in mind, so I couldn’t reduce him and fall into typical habits or beliefs about how he might do something.”

On whether particular parts of the story made him feel especially uncomfortable: “Yeah. The whole thing, really. I was extremely uncomfortable with Joe. He masturbates in public, he judges people incessantly … and he murders people. He’s not just a stalker. This is no secret. This does not seem to bother other people enough, however. That’s what is so strange to me.”

On dealing with the negative aspects of social media: “Lots of prayer and meditation. This is true for all things. Prayer and meditation are foundations of living.”

ICYMI, Lifetime’s You is moving to Netflix for its second season!

For more from Penn, visit DaMan.co.id.

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Priyanka Chopra Stuns on Vogue's Latest Cover

It’s here – Priyanka Chopra‘s official Vogue January 2019 cover!

If you don’t know, the 36-year-old actress was revealed as the mag’s cover star before her wedding to Nick Jonas. The cover was not revealed at that time, but her interview highlights and inside images were published.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Priyanka Chopra

After her wedding, Vogue released two digital covers featuring Priyanka with Nick! Check out those covers if you missed them.

For more from Priyanka, including more photos and interview highlights, head on over to Vogue.com.

FYI: Priyanka is wearing Tom Ford.

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Julia Roberts Shows Off Her Dancing Moves for the 'New York Times'

The New York Times magazine has chosen their best performances of the year for their Great Performances issues and the cover stars for the mag are all getting into the dancing spirit!

Julia Roberts, Ethan Hawke, and Lakeith Stanfield are all featured on their own covers showing off their dance movies.

Also featured in the magazine are The Favourite‘s Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz, and Olivia Colman, and Eighth Grade‘s Elsie Fisher.

For more from all of the stars, visit NYTimes.com.

Check out all the photos in the gallery…

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Viola Davis Reveals Why She Regrets Taking On Some of Her Movies

Viola Davis is on the cover of THR‘s Women in Entertainment issue.

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

On how she views America: “I see America as that uncle who always gave you a whole lot of candy and treated you with the utmost respect and who you loved more than anything in the world, but who has a record for murder. That’s how I see America. I think that that is hard to reconcile, the messy with the love.”

On discovering who she is post-fame: “Now, at 53, I’m picking out what the pieces are. Literally. For instance, just an example, I’ve gained weight. Now, listen, I’m not a skinny Minnie. I’ve never been a skinny Minnie. I’m a yo-yo dieter. I’m always weighing myself. I always go to bed in a panic that I’m really heavy, I’m not pretty, I’m not this, I’m not that. But I don’t care about being pretty…I never cared about being pretty. I came to L.A., and all of a sudden, I care about being pretty because I feel like that is my way of being accepted into a larger community, coming from poverty, coming from a past of invisibility. Now, it’s like, I don’t care about that! And once I decided I didn’t care about that, I feel pretty good! I feel pretty good! It’s lightened my load.”

On admitting she’s taken projects she regrets: “I had the Oscar, I have two Tonys, I have the Emmy, I have a big house, and still — bam — unfulfilling. Then I realized it’s because I’m not living for significance and legacy. And this is a big one, and this sort of hurts a little bit: I’m finally admitting to myself that a lot of the jobs I’ve taken in the past, because I knew that they would further my career, have been things that I have not been proud of. They put more money in the bank, they raised my status, but at night they keep me up.” (If you don’t know, Viola recently said that she regretted taking on her role in The Help.)

For more from Viola, visit HollywoodReporter.com.

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Ariana Grande on Where She Is Today: 'There's Not Much I'm Afraid Of Anymore'

Ariana Grande, Billboard‘s 2018 Woman of the Year, is on the cover of the latest issue.

Here’s what the 25-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag…

On finding comfort in creating music: “I guess there’s not much I’m afraid of anymore….When life tries you with such serious sh*t so many times, your priorities change. I don’t give a sh*t. I just want to be happy and healthy — one day — and make music.”

On refusing to abide by pop-star expectations and continuing to record new music: “I don’t want to do what people tell me to do, I don’t want to conform to the pop star agenda. I want to do it on my own terms from now on. If I want to tour two albums at once, I’m going to tour two albums at once. If I want to drop a third album while I’m on tour [in 2019], I’ll do that too! Please. [“Thank U, Next” production duo] Social House is my opening act — you don’t think we’re going to have a studio on the bus? That we’re not going to be making records on the road? Of course we are. I want to be able to do what is authentic and honest and natural. It’s the only way that I’ve been able to survive.”

On getting involved in public romances: “This is how I meet people — I can’t just, like, meet someone at a bar. I live fast and full-out, and I make mistakes, and I learn from them and I’m grateful no matter what happens.”

For more from Ariana, visit Billboard.com.

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