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Reese Witherspoon Was Nervous Meeting Jennifer Aniston for the First Time

Reese Witherspoon is on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar magazine’s November 2019 issue.

Here’s what the 43-year-old actress and producer had to share with the mag…

On first meeting Jennifer Aniston: “We met on the set of Friends; I played her sister. I was 23 years old and had just had a baby. I was nursing Ava on set, and Jen just kept going, ‘You have a baby?’ I was like, ‘I know, it’s weird.’ And I remember her being like, ‘Where are you going?’ And I was like, ‘I’m pumping!’…She was so sweet to me. I was really nervous, and she was like, ‘Oh, my gosh—don’t worry about it!’ I marveled at her ability to perform in front of a live audience like that with no nerves. They would change all the lines and she was just so effortlessly affable, bubbly, and sunny. We’ve been friends ever since.”

On developing The Morning Show for AppleTV+: “When we started, the show was just a book, and nothing had happened with Harvey Weinstein or Les Moonves yet. The Roger Ailes scandal had happened the year before. Then, in October 2017, all those stories started to break about the way women in media were treated. We decided we needed to start from square one and redevelop everything with more of a slant about the truth coming out in media and people being held accountable for their behavior.”

On depicting a nuanced portrayal of how the man feels in a “Me Too” situation in The Morning Show: “As artists, we try to find the shreds of humanity in any crisis and open people’s minds to see all sides of things. What does it mean to be a person who loses their entire life? Their family. Their career. The Me Too movement has been so emotional on all sides. I remember talking to women and holding them while they cried. I can’t even imagine what it must have been like to be the spouse or the child of one of these people who was exposed. With the men, we ask, Where is the contrition? How are they supposed to behave? We deal with all of these questions as the season goes on.”

On balancing everything she is involved in: “In terms of work, Hello Sunshine is the majority of my world. It’s about storytelling for women, by women, and about getting more women behind the camera. I do meetings in the morning while I’m getting my hair and makeup done. After that, the people who run my companies take over, and I focus on acting. Acting is still my core competency. It fills my tank. But my biggest priority is to take care of my kids. They’re getting older now—my daughter is in college, my older son is in high school, and my youngest is in first grade—so I have more free time than I used to. I try to get home for dinner at least four nights a week.”

FYI: Reese is wearing Alexander McQueen on the cover with a Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger necklace.

For more from Reese, visit HarpersBazaar.com.

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Zoey Deutch Spills on Having Famous Parents, Bullying, 'The Politician,' & More

Zoey Deutch graces the cover of Net-a-Porter’s digital title, Porter!

Here’s what the 24-year-old Zombieland: Double Tap actress had to share with the mag:

On the important lessons her parents [Lea Thompson and Howard Deutch] instilled in her from a young age: “My parents valued a great sense of humor over a lot of other things that young girls are taught to value. The compliments were not ‘you’re pretty’, but ‘you made me laugh’. The positive reinforcement shaped me.”

On growing up on film sets: “You know, my first steps were taken on a movie set. My first word was ‘lipstick’, in my mom’s makeup trailer. It was a hundred percent my deepest desire [to perform].”

On her experience at school: “I had a terrible time in middle school. Just the worst. There were a lot of coughed insults when I walked down the halls, and there was some pushing and shoving, but mostly it was just people talking behind my back. Now I’m in a profession where everyone talks behind your back. But I rarely pay attention to it and I never do it to others. It’s none of my business what other people think about me, and I meditate on that mantra.”

On reading the script for The Politician for the first time: “It was the best pilot script I had ever read.”

To see the full interview with Zoey Deutch, read Porter at Net-a-Porter.com and/or download the Net-a-Porter app for iPhone, iPad and Android.

READ MORE: Zoey Deutch Reacts to ‘The Politician’ & ‘The Act’ Comparisons

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Hannah Brown Had Completely Different Feelings About 'The Bachelor' Before Joining The Show

Hannah Brown looks gorgeous a shot from her digital feature in Marie Claire, online now.

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

On her first thoughts about joining The Bachelor: “I didn’t aspire to be on The Bachelor. I didn’t watch the show. I thought it was for losers truly.”

On post-show fame and gaining Instagram followers: “Getting Instagram followers when I got back home was freaking me out. Everybody gains followers, but it was like, Okay, I’m about to have a life with another human, and that’s what I’m going to be focusing on. And that didn’t happen. So now I have all these random humans who are really interested in me and what I have to offer. And I’m like, I actually have a lot to offer, don’t I?”

On her openness to speak about sex: “I’m not this sex goddess. But I’m okay with talking about sex.”

On being single: “I am totally okay on my own. I don’t want to have to have a man to feel whole. It’s not that I need that to feel like I have a full life. No, I have a full life. Welcome into my life.”

For more from Hannah Brown, visit marieclaire.com.

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Tyler Cameron Reveals How They Eat in the 'Bachelor' House

Tyler Cameron shows off his incredible body while going shirtless for a new feature in GQ, in which he talks about his real-life diet.

The 26-year-old The Bachelorette runner-up is reportedly newly single after a recent breakup from girlfriend Gigi Hadid. Here’s what he shared with the mag:

On what they eat in the Bachelor house: “The opening night and the cocktail parties are catered for us—chicken tenders, burgers, tuna. All types of side dishes. They’ve got great desserts, too. We’d go to town on those nights. I was crushing it. When it’s not catered, we’re on our own to cook. We get a grocery list and can put whatever we want on it. And then it’s just a fight for the kitchen and who gets to the stove first. We ended up cooking for each other a lot. The first morning we were there, Cam made omelets for everyone in the house.”

On eating on one-on-one dates: “Nah, you don’t touch that food. It’s more for show. We get to eat before the dates, usually from the same restaurant. It’s still real food on the plate—you could eat it, but it’s a little cold by then. I heard JPJ [fellow contestant John Paul Jones] was eating the food, though, on a one-on-one. They told him he wasn’t supposed to, and he was like, ‘Why not? It’s right in front of me.’ And he just went to town on cold whatever-it-was.”

On what he’s best at cooking: “I’m best on the grill, making a steak. I’d rather have my steak than go to an expensive steakhouse. It’s all about how you cook it: medium-rare, crispy on the outside.”

For more from Tyler, visit GQ.com!

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Madelaine Petsch Calls Late Co-Star Luke Perry Her 'Oracle'

Madelaine Petsch shows off her chic Prive Revaux sunglasses in this cute shot from Seventeen‘s new digital issue.

Here’s what the 25-year-old Riverdale actress had to say:

On the death of Luke Perry: “Luke was my oracle throughout Riverdale. He was on 90210 and had done all this work, so anytime I had any questions, he opened his door to me. He was such a kind and loving soul, and he was so generous. He was the kind of actor that gave you everything when he worked with you.”

On her vlog and letting her fans in on who she really is: “I want them to know that I’m weird and funny and I love people. If they still have bad assumptions, then that’s on them, not on me.”

On how her role on Riverdale helped her get some closure on the bullying she experienced when she was younger: “I’ve learned the mindset of the people who bullied me very well because Cheryl’s been a bully on the show. I’ve learned that the people who’ve made the most fun of me as a kid probably had their own sh*t that they were going through. And so they were taking it out on other people. And that breaks my heart.”

Check out more of Madelaine‘s interview on Seventeen.com now!

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Robert Pattinson Reveals How He Dealt with His 'Twilight' Fame at a Young Age

The Lighthouse co-stars Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe speak exclusively to Esquire UK for the November – December 2019 issue.

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

Robert, on dealing with his Twilight fame at a young age: “For a long time you’re very self-conscious in the street. You’re hiding a lot, so [on set] you have an excuse to be wild. It’s like being an adrenaline junkie. And also, when you don’t know how to do something, why not just run headfirst into a wall? See what happens. I haven’t got any other ideas.”

Robert, on playing the next Batman: “It’s kind of insane. I was so far away from ever thinking it was a realistic prospect. I literally do not understand how I’ve got it, at all.”

Willem, on working with Robert: “We both were working hard, in really tough conditions. It’s not like we hung out in between takes, joking with each other. It was demanding enough, and the weather was sh*tty enough that you did your thing, and then you went home. I’m not complaining. It was fun. But when you go home after 12 hours and you’re soaking wet and you’re cold all day, last thing I wanna do after being with those guys all day was to hang out with them and have some drinks.”

The November – December issue of Esquire UK is on sale from October 3rd.

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