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Christina Aguilera Says She 'Fought For a Long Time' to Get 2 Females in the Chairs' on 'The Voice'

Christina Aguilera is featured in W magazine’s latest issue, discussing The Voice, Kanye West, and more.

Here’s what she had to share…

On what went on behind the scenes at The Voice: “I fought for a long time to get two females in the chairs. And, for a long time, I was just told it wasn’t the demographic. But just know that I was a fighter behind the scenes. Once again, I found myself in that place where I’m being told what to do, what’s going to be acceptable or unacceptable, what’s okay or not okay. It’s like, God, you know, I’m a mother of two now. The genie is out of the bottle.” Christina has said she’ll never do The Voice again.

On what she signed on for with The Voice: “I signed on to a show where the blind audition element was something interesting, something genuine. After a while, though, you start to see that everyone is good-looking. It wasn’t a comfortable place for me to be, where I’m just part of a money-making machine. When I stop believing in something, then it’s like, What am I doing here? I think I did choose to, no pun intended, take a chair for so long and do something very commercial for my little ones. But at a certain point I felt like I’m not even doing them a service by cheating myself and what I’m here to do. They should be seeing Mommy live her best life.”

On Kanye West: “Kanye, you know, he says things. His mind works in mysterious ways. I’ll just say that. I’ve always been a fan of his music…. If anything, he gives with his gut. You can feel it in his beats. It’s genuine. It feels like his truth, even if it’s not going to go over well. But he really spoke to me. Even in that conversation we had, he would go on about other subjects and stuff like that. But then he would kind of remind me of myself. Like, oh, okay. He just has a different way of thinking and he’ll trail off in his own thoughts. You get the sense, though, that there’s a good guy there. Sometimes we’re all just a little misunderstood.”

For more from Christina, visit WMagazine.com.

If you missed it, be sure to listen to Christina and Demi Lovato‘s new song “Fall In Line.”

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Rachel Brosnahan Was Constantly Told She's Not Funny, But Now She's an Award-Winning Comedic Actress!

If you ever needed motivation to never give up on something, you have to read The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel actress Rachel Brosnahan‘s interview for Glamour‘s digital cover story.

The 27-year-old Golden Globe-winning actress opened up to the mag about constantly being told she’s not a funny actress. Now, she is winning award after award for her comedic performance!

“I’m laughing [at the fact that] I’m now an award-winning comedic actress. Like, that feels absurd! I spent most of my life being told I wasn’t funny. I’ve lost many jobs because people would say, ‘We really liked her, but she’s just not funny,’” she said.

“I didn’t quite realize how much I had internalized that idea, that idea that I wasn’t funny,” Rachel added. “It was a sort of label I gave myself, like a big ol’ ‘not funny’ on my forehead. And what I’ve realized through working on this show and through trying to create this character is that I just hadn’t found my comedy yet. And I’m still finding it; I’m still learning a ton, and that’s been thrilling and horrifying every second. And while this journey has been challenging, it’s been the most rewarding process to try and unlearn a lot of those things and learn new things and new skills I didn’t know I had, and didn’t know I wanted to learn, and I’ve loved every single second of it.”

For more from Rachel, visit Glamour.com!

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Zoe Saldana Dishes On Her Desire for an All-Female Marvel Movie!

Zoe Saldana is on the cover of Women’s Health magazine’s June 2018 issue!

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

On the plan for an all-female superhero film, hatched on a recent Marvel Studios photo shoot with Tessa Thompson, Brie Larson, and Scarlett Johansson: “We were getting to know each other, and it became this lovefest. We started feeling bolder, braver, and super inspired, and it was decided: Marvel should have all-female-cast movies! The energy came from connecting with each other, from being fearless and saying, ‘You know, we’re going to talk about what we truly feel,’ versus staring each other down like we’ve always been encouraged to do as women. And it is important that we have an all-female movie. Our girls need it. Our boys need it. We need it!”

On food: “When I was younger, I was more strict. I felt I needed to control that part of my life in order to feel I was going to be successful at something – because we often equate success with our physical beauty. It’s so f-cked up!”

On keeping physically and mentally fit in her career and personal life as a mom of 3: “I like feeling that I’m giving myself – my body, my spirit, my mind – the attention it needs.”

For more from Zoe, visit WomensHealth.com.

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Joey King Talks Meeting Jacob Elordi While Filming 'Kissing Booth' in South Africa

Joey King strikes a stunning pose in her new shoot for Schon Magazine‘s latest issue.

Here’s what the 18-year-old Batman: The Dark Knight Rises actress had to share with the mag:

On which role has been her favorite so for and who she’s looking forward to playing in the future: “It is pretty crazy to take a look at what I’ve gotten to be part of. I’m looking forward to EVERYTHING! One thing I loved so much about making Fargo was that I got the chance to play someone who has an accent in the show and I would definitely love to play someone with an accent again. An experience that has been particularly memorable and formative to me was filming Going In Style. I got to work with some of my idols — Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Alan Arkin — which was a life-changing moment for me, all while being directed by one of my closest friends Zach Braff. The whole experience of filming that movie will forever be so special to me. Everyone was so so nice.”

On if she read “The Kissing Booth” booth in preparation for her role in the Netflix movie: “To be completely honest, I did not. I have weird superstitions — like I never look up a director before a meeting or audition because I don’t want to psych myself out instead of really focusing on the character. With book adaptations, it’s tricky because I’m supposed to be playing a very specific person, but I also want to make sure the way I’m playing them is unique to me, and I like to have lots of wiggle room with the director so we can make our own version of this beloved character without losing our authenticity or the characters. But trust me, I did my fair share of research on my girl Elle Evans and the amazing ‘Kissing Booth’ fandom.”

On what it was like recording the film in South Africa, where she met her now real-life boyfriend Jacob Elordi: “South Africa is easily my favorite place I’ve ever traveled to. I met the kindest people while filming there and I also got to make a movie that I love so much. And like you said I did meet Jacob Elordi and, of course, Joel Courtney and those two mean the absolute world to me. South Africa was very good to me and I can’t wait to go back and see my beautiful friends that I made there again.”

For more from Joey, visit SchonMagazine.com.

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Lindsay Shookus Opens Up About Ben Affleck & Being in the Limelight

Lindsay Shookus is opening up about her life and career in a rare interview.

The 37-year-old Saturday Night Live producer revealed what it’s been like suddenly finding herself in the limelight while dating Ben Affleck.

“My entire career has been behind the camera, and that’s definitely where I’m most comfortable. I’m a producer, I’m a mom, a friend. Being considered a public figure honestly makes me laugh,” Lindsay told Elle.

She later added, “I’ve gone through a lot of change recently and I’ve gone through some really hard times, but I believe in who I am more, and I wouldn’t give that up for anything.”

And at the end of the day, Lindsay says the attention is okay because, “Someone thinks about you for one minute and then says, ‘What do I want for lunch?’”

For more from Lindsay, visit Elle.com.

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