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Camila Cabello Doesn't Like To Talk About Her Love Life

Camila Cabello looks stunning on the brand new March/April 2017 cover of Latina magazine.

Here’s what the 20-year-old “Bad Things” singer had to share with the mag:

On why she left Fifth Harmony: I started in the group when I was just 15. I needed to follow my heart and my artistic vision. I’m grateful for everything we had in Fifth Harmony and for [this new] opportunity. I am less focused on success and more on doing my best and pursuing my artistic vision to the fullest, wherever that takes me. Of course I also hope people will enjoy my music!

On her friendship with Taylor Swift: Our friendship has never been about career or anything professional. I tell her about boys and cry to her about boys. She’ll give me advice like, “No, do not text him back.” But I’m so excited for the day that I get to play her my music because she is seriously one of the reasons I started songwriting. I feel like we have something really cool where we can just be honest with each other, and we can just be girls, talking about stupid crushes. It’s the best.

On her love life: I get why people are interested in my love life, but I don’t want to give people that piece of me because it is the most important part. Here’s my dream life: I want to make songs and have incredible experiences with people. I don’t want to be locked up in a hotel room and just do press and red carpets. That’s not the kind of life I want to live. I want to make music, but I also want to go on road trips with friends. I want to go backpacking around Europe. I want to meet a Spanish boy in Spain and fall in love.

For more on Camila, visit Latina.com.

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Jai Courtney Is So Hot in Wet T-Shirt for 'GQ Australia'!

Jai Courtney takes the cover of GQ Australia‘s new issue, on newsstands now.

Here’s what the 31-year-old actor had to share:

On his girlfriend of two years, Mecki Dent: “I feel I’ve met the woman of my dreams and this is it, I hope. And I’m not afraid to say that because I’m a lover by nature. And I’m lucky to have found someone who supports what
I do, but who also challenges it. We have a healthy, balanced household – it’s supportive but also fiery and passionate. We’re having a lot of fun and I see 
a bright future.”

On his life philosophy:
“And life for me, if you really want to get into it, is about that
– about finding what it is you love, those people you love, and just running with it. The truth is, I have no idea where I’m going, who does, and if all this goes away tomorrow, I know I’ll be all right because at the centre of it all, I know what’s important to me, who’s important to me and that stretches far beyond work.”

On growing up in Australia: “Being a guy who’d come up around sport
 and hung out with guys of that nature, and with my behavioural inclinations, I genuinely thought it was all playing against my ability to get into theatre and study this stuff. I thought I was the wrong type of person, but then you realise not fitting
 a stereotype can be an advantage. I looked at other Aussie actors at that time, people I could relate to such as Hugh Jackman, who was the biggest international success to come out of WAAPA. He was a bit of a hero along with Russell Crowe and Sam Worthington. And I found it comforting to look at them and see that you could be a bloke, and it could fucking work for you. Once I was alright with that, then it felt like I wasn’t an imposter trying to fake being someone else.”

For more from Jai, visit GQ.co.au.

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Priyanka Chopra on Her Love Life: 'I'm Not Someone Who Looks for Love'

Priyanka Chopra wears a gorgeous Gucci look on the cover of Marie Claire‘s April 2017 issue, on newsstands March 21.

Here’s what the 34-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On her love life: “I’m not someone who looks for love. I don’t believe in making it happen. My life has been shaped by so many serendipitous moments so far, I feel like, Why screw with a good thing?”

On her upcoming project, Baywatch: “I loved Baywatch so much growing up. It was the quintessential American Dream. All those beautiful people in bathing suits, running slo-mo on the beach in Malibu—amazing!”

On taking on new challenges and trusting her gut: “I like to find my own way, which is something my parents always encouraged in me. They were like: ‘You got you.’ I think my inherent sense of confidence comes from that. Also, my mom used to always tell me, ‘You could make the biggest screwup on the planet, but you can come tell me and I’ll help you fix it.’ And my dad used to tell me, ‘You kill someone, break a car, you come and tell me. I’ll fix it for you.’”

For more from Priyanka, visit MarieClaire.com.

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Charlie Hunnam Explains Why Being a Sex Symbol is 'Collateral Damage'

Charlie Hunnam rocks a pink Gucci sweatshirt in a photo featured in InStyle‘s April 2017 issue, on newsstands March 17.

Here is what the 36-year-old King Arthur: Legend of the Sword actor shared with the mag:

On how he feels he’s perceived by others: “I try not to think about that too much because I’m just attempting to shape my own perception of myself and feel confident in my own identity. But people recognize that I have some real ability and have demonstrated that. There will probably be those that still relegate me to being a pretty boy.”

On being a sex symbol: “It’s both collateral damage and a huge opportunity. I mean, it’s a visual medium, and it makes it a lot easier to get roles if you’re a little easier on the eyes. But the reality is you get on set and every scene is a challenge to make work.”

On transitioning back to real like after playing a role: “It’s brutal. Reintegration is a motherf—. I keep thinking it’ll get easier, but it doesn’t. It’s really hard for my girlfriend [jewelry designer Morgana McNelis]. There’s all this expectation and longing and hope for what that reunion’s going to be. For me, it’s a process of trying desperately to get back to center, so I can be that person for her.”

For more from Charlie, visit InStyle.com!

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Kate Mara & Lily Collins Discuss How Their Confidence Came With Age

Kate Mara and Lily Collins look so stunning in their latest feature for Glamour magazine’s April issue, on national newsstands March 14 and available now on Glamour.com.

When the actresses were asked to redefine beauty in 2017, they both opened up about how getting older has instilled a sense of confidence into how they view themselves. Here’s what they had to share with the mag:

Kate on why she feels more comfortable than ever in her 30s: “As I get older I feel much more confident now than I ever did when I was in my early 20s. People always say, ‘Oh, what I would give to be 20 again.’ That’s so unappealing to me. I don’t know if everyone feels that way. Because I just feel more confident. I think the more you get confident with your inner self, the more confident you feel about your outer in your day.”

Lily on why she didn’t always love her brows: “My mom always said the quirky things that make you different are what make you beautiful. But when you’re younger, they’re normally the things that make you insecure. For me, it was my eyebrows. They were overly thick and luscious. So I went to town and plucked them. When you get older, [you realize] the things that define your differences are beautiful.”

Also featured in the issue are Annalise Basso, Brit Marling, Halston Sage, Jenny Slate, Martha Hunt, Sabrina Carpenter, Tinashe, Yara Shahidi, Jen Atkin, and more.

For more from Kate and Lily, head to Glamour.com.

10+ pictures inside of Kate Mara, Lily Collins, and more inside the issue… More Here! »

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Aaron Taylor-Johnson: I'm 'Constantly' Wanting to Give Up Acting for Fatherhood

Aaron Taylor-Johnson is looking dapper in this new photo shoot for Mr Porter!

Here’s what the 26-year-old actor had to share:

On his relationship with wife Sam, 50: “I don’t really analyse our relationship. I just know that it works. I just feel secure and loved and safe. We have this very deep connection. We’re just in synch.”

On feminism: “I’m happy to say I’m a feminist. Being a feminist is just believing in equal rights. Man, woman, gay, straight, black, white – we’re all in it together. When [my daughters] are young women, they’re going to be ready. I mean, their mum is one of the strongest, most independent women I know. A role model.”

On acting vs. fatherhood: “I get more fulfillment from being a father than I do from being an actor. I’m still constantly wanting to give it up.”

For more from Aaron, visit MrPorter.com. More Here! »

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Octavia Spencer Reveals The Best Advice She's Ever Received (& It Came From Whoopi Goldberg)

Octavia Spencer does a bright and fun photo shoot for Good Housekeeping‘s latest issue, on newsstands March 14.

Here’s what the 46-year-old The Shack star had to share:

On the best advice she’s ever received: “The best advice I ever received was from Whoopi Goldberg, who told me to be true to myself. It seems like a cliché until you’re faced with a major decision that will impact your life.”

On her favorite outfit: “My go-to outfit is a pair of form-fitting jeans and a beautiful, classic top. Sometimes I’ll pair it with a blazer and nice pumps!”

On what makes her most proud: “Through it all, I’m most proud of my family. That means both the family I was born into and the family that chose me — my friends.”

For more from Octavia, visit GoodHousekeeping.com.

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