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Emma Roberts Reveals Why She Leaves Her Phone at Home

Emma Roberts gives a peek at her bikini body on the cover of Shape magazine’s December 2017 issue, on newsstands November 14.

Here’s what the 26-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On stepping away from electronics: “I’ve learned to step away from electronics and be fully present. If I’m going out to eat with friends or my boyfriend, I leave my phone at home so that I’m not reaching for it. It gives my brain room to breathe, and it feels really good.”

On her form of self care:
“Reading is my form of self-care and medication. I set aside at least 20 minutes a day for it. Sometimes that turns into 30 minutes, an hour, two hours.”

On her approach to dieting: “With my diet, I do what feels good for me at the time. I try not to say that I won’t eat something. Instead, I stay in tune with my body and my mind, and I think, ‘What do I feel like eating?’”

For more from Emma, visit Shape.com.

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Drake Collects Hermes Birkin Bags for This Reason

Drake is on the cover of THR‘s brand new issue!

Here’s what the 31-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag:

On wanting to buy a $160,000 first edition Harry Potter book (he’s a huge fan): “Yeah, I read them all…I should get it. My birthday’s coming up. Maybe I’ll buy it for myself as a treat.”

On when he’ll retire from music: “I’m sure I’ll stop [making music] one day. When it starts to feel like I’m making it up. Hopefully I’ll catch it before I ever get there, right? But right now it feels like we just started, so I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. But I do plan on expanding — to take six months or a year to myself and do some great films. Music’s always there.”

On being offered a role in Handmaid’s Tale season two: “[He got a kick out of the suggestion.”

On his collection of Hermes Birkin bags: "It was one of those things that I, you know, just started collecting as well for, I guess, the woman that I end up with one day. So, I have a fairly vast collection of Hermes to offer somebody at some point in life. [Laughs.]”

For more from Drake, visit HollywoodReporter.com.

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Taylor Swift Shares 'Reputation' Magazine Back Covers!

Taylor Swift just shared the backs of her Reputation magazine covers!

If you don’t know, Taylor designed special magazines that will be available exclusively at Target when the album drops on November 10 and each issue will include a copy of the album. The issues include headlines that are very sensationalized, akin to what Taylor has faced from everyday tabloids.

“Forgot to show the back of the Target magazines 😂 on Friday you can get your hands on this quality reading material,” Taylor tweeted out, along with the two back covers.

You can see the newly released back covers, as well as the front covers in the gallery! Reputation drops on November 10.

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Jonathan Groff, Chelsea Manning, Lena Waithe & More Make Out100's Annual List!

Out magazine has released their annual Out 100 list with actor Jonathan Groff, former soldier Chelsea Manning, actress/producer/writer Lena Waithe, and fashion designer Shayne Oliver on the four covers!

Here’s what they shared with the mag:

Chelsea, on the transgender bathroom bill: “The bathroom bill has turned into a battleground, but trans people didn’t start that battle—it wasn’t an issue until it was turned into one, and it’s a way to undermine our ability to even exist.”

Lena, on winning a comedy writing Emmy: “If I wasn’t a queer black woman, I don’t know if I would have been standing on that stage. I hoped that they could see through me that when you tell your story, when you live your authentic life, only good things will come from it.”

Shayne, on being different: “The idea is that I’m different than you, and you have to respect it. As opposed to, I’m different and I’m also the same as you.”

Jonathan, on the benefit of coming out: “I think one of the benefits of being out is that you can share your stories, be who you are, and put yourself in the work regardless.”

For more from the honorees, visit Out.com.

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Katharine McPhee Bares Her Fit Body for 'Health' Cover!

Katharine McPhee puts her fit figure on display for the cover of Health magazine’s December 2017 issue.

Here is what the 33-year-old Scorpion actress and singer had to share with the mag:

On the healthiest things she does: “I’m taking the most care of myself when I have a really strong workout. And then, when I go to therapy. It’s not as consistent as I’d like it to be, but when I make the text appointment, I feel like I’m taking care of myself, and that makes me feel like a responsible human being. And truthfully, an intense workout does so much for me mentally as well. So it kinda goes hand in hand.”

On her favorite body part: “I’m really loving my abs right now. I like a move on the bench where you bend. [She stretches out her arms and legs, then does a V-up.] And the scissors are, like, crazy. It’s the knees coming in and then out that works a different part of your lower abs. But it’s really the number of reps that you’re doing it.”

On body confidence: “I know when I feel best, so I have to fight the times when I don’t feel my best. I used to drive my poor ex-husband crazy, because I was so thin and saying, ‘Oh, I’m fat.’ I’ve moved away from that, thankfully, and I’ve grown up. But God, sometimes I still wanna say something negative, but at the end of the day, I really do love my body. [Even] if it’s not in its exact, perfect form, you have to still love it and appreciate it.”

For more from Katharine, visit Health.com!

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Zendaya Says A Vegas Birthday For Her 21st Would've Been 'Hell'

Zendaya shines on the cover of FASHION Magazine’s Winter 2018 issue.

Here’s what the 21-year-old Greatest Showman actress shared with the mag:

On not having a birthday in Las Vegas for her 21st: “[My] 21st birthday [was] at my house, with my family and friends. There [was] no alcohol – I mean, people can have alcohol if they want it, but [I wasn’t] going to be drinking any. […] For me, a Vegas version of my birthday would be like hell.”

On having “grandma” tendencies: “I think I’ve always been a grandma. I’ve always been a very old woman inside a younger person’s body. Of course, I have my young-people tendencies; we all have those. But at the end of the day, I’ve always been called a grandma. I don’t like going out. I enjoy the company of my TV and myself.”

On the “universe” rewarding her for being a good person: “I like to think that in some divine way, I don’t know how, the universe decided I was a good person to do this because I’m a good person. And I guess the universe knew – if we’re accepting that that’s a thing – that I would try to do something good with what I’ve got and I’d be able to handle the pressure.

Fashion magazine’s winter issue hits Canadian newsstands on November 20th and is in select Barnes and Nobles in the U.S. on December 5th.

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Mary J. Blige Is Anointed the Queen for 'W' Magazine's Art Issue

Mary J. Blige gets a crown placed on her head for the cover of W Magazine‘s new Art issue.

Here is what she had to share with the mag:

On getting into character for Mudbound: “I didn’t realize how vain I was until I started working on Mudbound. Once I saw how my character, Florence, lived [in a shack on a farm in Mississippi], I thought, Wow, I’m really a vain person. When I went to the movie set to do the first day of fittings, I was Mary J. Blige: I had just done a tour and a show, so I was all, you know, I had wigs and weaves and all sorts of things going on, and Dee Rees was like, ‘No! We want to see you. You can’t have a perm, you’re going to have minimal, minimal makeup.’ And I was like, ‘What about lashes?’ And she said no, and I was like, ‘Really? Florence doesn’t have lashes?’ That part was a lot!”

On where she sees her career going: “I want, at some point, to not have to work so hard. I want peace of mind and acceptance of self, totally. I know that’s an ongoing process, so every single day I’m working on that, and it’s been hard ever since this challenge I’m having with this divorce. It was such a terrible thing. It made me see myself as ‘I have to be better than this’: I was never good enough; I was never pretty enough, smart enough. And there was someone chosen over me. It was like, I can’t stay, but it really let me see, Mary, you are better than that. You have to continue to grow.”

For more from Mary, visit WMag.com!

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