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Bella Thorne Has 'No Filter' in Playboy Magazine

Bella Thorne channels some 70′s vibes in a new shoot for Playboy‘s November issue, on stands October 25.

In the mag’s “No Filter” column, the 19-year-old actress opened up about dealing with haters on social media.

“People often don’t want to get to know the real you; they only want to get to know the person they think you are. For me, that means people are constantly trying to change me, every second of the day, especially on social media,” she explained.

Bella added, “People like to comment on how my image is too edgy, that I’m too edgy, and on how they wish I looked. It’s a lot of ‘do this, don’t do that.’ To them I say, f**k off. There’s this effort to try to shame a woman’s sexiness by pulling a cover over it, but I’m a woman who loves skin…I’m not going to change for anybody else. I love staying true to me.”

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FYI: Bella is wearing a Catherine Fulmer jacket.

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Kendall Jenner Reveals She Used to Have a Crush on Justin Bieber!

Kendall Jenner smiles while chatting with Lynn Hirschberg as part of W Magazine‘s Screen Tests series.

Here’s what the 20-year-old model had to share with the mag:

On liking to show off her boobs: “I was really excited about my tits being out [in Marc Jacobs' show], actually. I don’t know. I’m weird. I love my tits being out. It’s like one of my things, I guess. I’m young!”

On her crushes when as a teenager: “I think I had a crush on Zack and Cody from Suite Life of Zack and Cody, and who else did I have a crush on? Oh, Justin Bieber was like the pop star of my time. I feel like I must have had a 12-year-old crush on him. Not anymore though!”

On taking over the world with her sister Kylie: “My little sister and I are baby bosses. We basically are on our way to rule the world, so you can expect that.”

On wanting to get into acting: “Yeah, I do have acting aspirations, maybe in the future. I’m really busy right now. I don’t know that I would find time, but maybe.”

Also pictured: Justin Bieber hanging out with soccer star Mesut Ozil in London, England.

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Gigi Hadid Admits She's Still Learning to Walk on the Runway

Gigi Hadid shares a laugh while telling a story for W Magazine‘s Screen Tests with Lynn Hirschberg series.

Here’s what the 21-year-old model had to share with the mag:

On knowing she’s not the best on the runway: “It’s funny because obviously I’m not the best on the runway…My first show people were already expecting a lot more from me than I [was capable of at the time]. I never was taught how to walk on the runway. And maybe that’s because it moved really quickly for me, that people just assumed that that was something I knew…A year and a half later, I’m still learning….I still get insecure on the runway, but it’s really exciting for me because I want to get better. I love being on the runway.

On cutting her hair before her first campaign: “I think my first campaign was when I was two, and I don’t remember this, but the night before my first shoot, I cut my own bangs. So in my first baby Guess campaign, I’m wearing a bandanna because I decided to give myself a haircut.”

On the best advice her mom Yolanda has given her: “I think my favorite thing that she says is, ‘When you start working, you better be the most hardworking, nicest person in the room because if you’re not, then there’s always going to be someone prettier, nicer, and more hardworking.’ And that’s just something that I always think about when I get to set.”

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Shay Mitchell Wanted to Be on a Show Like 'Gossip Girl'

Shay Mitchell shows off her killer figure on the November 2016 cover of Self magazine.

Here’s what the 29-year-old Pretty Little Liars actress had to share with the mag:

On starting off as a waitress: “I would walk around as though I were in a movie. I was already a successful actress in my mind…It was a corkboard in my kitchen, with pictures of the Hollywood sign and Gossip Girl because I wanted to be on a show like that. I really believe in the power of visualizing—having faith—and then working your ass off.”

On being bullied as a kid: “Instead of going to the cafeteria, I’d say, ‘Why deal with this?’ and I’d eat in a bathroom stall. At least when I left school for the day, it stopped. It doesn’t now. You have your phone on you, and the bullying continues. I can’t imagine having all these inescapable outlets when I was that age.”

On PLL ending: “It was an amazing experience. The crew, the cast—they’re my family.”

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Amanda Seyfried Discusses Mental Health Stigma: 'I Had Pretty Bad Health Anxiety That Came From OCD'

Amanda Seyfried shows off her bright blue eyes on the cover of Allure‘s November 2016 issue.

Here’s what the 30-year-old actress had to share:

On mental illness: “Yeah. I’m on Lexapro, and I’ll never get off of it. I’ve been on it since I was 19, so 11 years. I’m on the lowest dose. I don’t see the point of getting off of it. Whether it’s placebo or not, I don’t want to risk it. And what are you fighting against? Just the stigma of using a tool? A mental illness is a thing that people cast in a different category [from other illnesses], but I don’t think it is. It should be taken as seriously as anything else. You don’t see the mental illness: It’s not a mass; it’s not a cyst. But it’s there. Why do you need to prove it? If you can treat it, you treat it. I had pretty bad health anxiety that came from the OCD and thought I had a tumor in my brain. I had an MRI, and the neurologist referred me to a psychiatrist. As I get older, the compulsive thoughts and fears have diminished a lot. Knowing that a lot of my fears are not reality-based really helps.”

On insecurity: “It’s funny when insecurity hits you. Sometimes I feel I know the world so well, but then…it’s so debilitating. You’re like, What am I doing here? No one wants to see me. Why are you taking my picture? It’s stupid, it’s irrational, and it’s not all about me, but I make it about me because I’m insecure.”

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Rita Ora Describes How 'ANTM' Is Different Now: 'I Don't Think Just Taking a Photo Is Enough Anymore'

Rita Ora looks so fab on the cover of Paper magazine’s October 2016 issue.

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

On style: “Anyone can wear clothes; it’s just about how you wear them and how you inspire people.”

On America’s Next Top Model: “I don’t think just taking a photo is enough anymore. We focus on how you’re going to create a fan base on social media, how you’re going to make people want to imitate you. That for me is the difference between somebody who’s just a regular model and somebody who’s a superstar.

On her Adidas collection: “Recently I went into the sneaker store that I used to work in, which I hated. It was like hell on earth, though I loved the people I worked with. But I went in and saw my sneaker on the shelf, and it was crazy. It was a real moment of self-achievement for me.”

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Lady Gaga, Michelle Obama, & More Are T's 'The Greats'!

Lady Gaga, Michelle Obama, and many more are featured on separate covers for T Magazine‘s “The Greats” issue, out October 23.

Photographer William Eggleston, painter Kerry James Marshall, novelist Zadie Smith, chef Massimo Bottura, and fashion designer Junya Watanabe are also featured on separate covers.

“It’s an endless proving of myself, that I really am a musician, that I have something to offer in the room. That women can be musicians, women can be rock stars, women can be more than an objectified idea of a pop star…I get blocked by my own trauma sometimes,” she said. “The darkness, the loop of negative thoughts on repeat, clamors and interferes with the music I hear in my head. When I’m making music, I can hear all the parts, all the instruments. I can hear what it should be,” Lady Gaga said in the mag.

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