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Julianne Hough Covers 'Allure' Mag's April 2015 Issue

Julianne Hough gets a bit edgy in this inside shot from the April 2015 issue of Allure magazine.

Here’s what the 26-year-old actress and Dancing With The Stars judge had to say:

On growing up as a Mormon: “I am so grateful that I was raised LDS. I believe in their morals and their standards—and what they give out to the world, the service. I would do a mission, but not for the Mormon church.”

On her training: “It was specific to ballroom or more so Latin dancing, because it’s a partnership, a very sexual kind of dancing. The moves are more mature. You’re like, ‘Well, I’m doing this on the dance floor, but then I’m supposed to be a little kid, but I don’t feel like a little kid’. It gets confusing.”

On her controversial Halloween costume last year: “Ignorance is sometimes not bliss; I really had no idea what I was doing, and it was all out of fun and respect for the character. I don’t even know how to talk about it because it’s such a sensitive topic. It makes me so sad to think that I was that dumb. I learned a big lesson.”

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Elisha Cuthbert Opens Up On Playing Pregnant Lesbian in 'One Big Happy'

Elisha Cuthbert slicks back her hair on the cover of Fashion magazine’s April 2015 issue, out on newsstands on March 23!

Here’s what the 32-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On playing Lizzy, based on lesbian comedy writer Liz Feldman in One Big Happy: “I felt I had to do this. Just look at what Ellen went through 18 years ago when she came out on her TV series. Could you imagine how hard that was for her and how groundbreaking that was? To think that nothing has come of it since then until us is insane.”

On witnessing firsthand Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi’s relationship from their collaboration on One Big Happy: “They are a couple that all married people can look up to. They’re very supportive of one another and they have each other’s backs. When Ellen was busy doing her talk show and couldn’t be with us, de Rossi stepped in. One could easily not care about the other’s endeavours, but Portia really did. That was so sweet.”

On harsh reactions on social media: “The things that generate controversy are most interesting to everybody. It’s almost like that’s a way to figure out whether or not you’re culturally interesting.”

For more Elisha, visit Fashionmagazine.com!

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Ellie Kemper Remembers Being Duped When She Moved to NYC

Ellie Kemper is definitely awed by her surroundings in a feature for Redbook magazine’s April issue, out on newsstands now!

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

On being duped New York City: “I went out to grocery-shop, and this lady stopped me on the street and offered me a beauty parlor special, ‘I can give you two makeovers for the price of one; all I need is your credit card.’ I literally whipped out my card and was like, ‘here it is! Is this all you need?’ and she copied it right there on Sixth Avenue.”

On her personal style: “I have found I’m leaning toward more vibrant colors because I’m so happy in them.”

FYI: Ellie is wearing a floral H&M skirt in the main pic.

For more on Ellie, visit Redbookmag.com!

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Eva Longoria Can Cut Out Sugar From Her Diet For Three Whole Months

Eva Longoria shows off her stunning beauty on the cover of Glam Belleza Latina’s Spring 2015 issue, out on newsstands now!

Here’s what the 40-year-old actress had to share:

On what sparked the shift in her career from Desperate Housewives actress to powerhouse activist, producer, and businesswoman: “I’ve always been business-minded. I worked in corporate America before becoming an actress and knew that acting wasn’t the end but a means to an end. It gave me the platform and the exposure I needed to do my philanthropic work. It also gave me the financial security to focus on my other businesses, start new businesses, and even help other people start businesses.”

On creating diversity in television and film: “What I want to do is create great content on television and movies. It is not my role to program only for Latinos, and you can’t really assume that Hispanics only want Hispanic content. They’re watching Scandal and they’re watching Cristela. But I do think that we are severely underrepresented in television and film. And instead of complaining about not seeing ourselves, we should become film producers, directors, and writers, and tell our story.”

On her diet: “I’m definitely a moderation girl, but sometimes I won’t eat sugar for three months. I’ll cut out all sugar and simple carbs that turn into sugar—rice, pasta, bread. I’m not a big carb person anyway, so it’s not that hard. I actually love fish and vegetables. I was raised on vegetables! Anything green—spinach, broccoli, Brussels sprouts—I crave.”

For more on Eva, visit Glamour.com!

Also pictured: Eva rocking a bright top while dropping by Anastasia salon on Tuesday (March 17) in Beverly Hills, Calif. More Here! »

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Kate Upton: 'The Internet Can Be Horrible'

Kate Upton shows off her fabulous body on the cover of Net-A-Porter’s The Edit magazine.

Here’s what the 22-year-old model had to share with the mag:

On dealing with public perception: “[The scrutiny was really hard to deal with] because I actually cared what people thought. The only thing I do for other people now is cook. That’s the only place in my life where I care what they think… I’ve heard people say, ‘You put yourself in that position to be judged’. But no, I put myself in that position because I really liked that photographer. I wanted to do that piece of work. Not to be judged. The internet can be horrible, so I just don’t look at it anymore… But maybe a bit of hate is good for me. Because if I’m in a spot where everyone loves me, I won’t try as hard.”

On her strength as a woman: “I love strong women who are able to do it all. My mom always said I was born with rough edges and she didn’t want to cut them down, she just wanted to file them a little bit.”

On social media: “I feel like social media at this point is kind of b******t. At the beginning it was amazing and a lot of fun. It was like, ‘Cool, I can talk to my fans!’ And now I think that we’re losing the art of it. When I first joined Twitter it was just me, but [when] you’ve got contracts, it’s so planned. Now it’s about who has the best marketing, not who has a really good personality.”

For more from Kate, visit Net-A-Porter.com.

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Rebel Wilson Would Be Psycho If She Was Funny All Day

Rebel Wilson rocks a red lip on the cover of Elle Australia‘s April 2015 issue, out on newsstands now!

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

On not being funny all the time: “Most people who know me know I’m not switched on all the time. I don’t like to be like that in real life, because it’s draining. If I’m how I am as Fat Amy all f–king day… I can be sometimes, but I’d be a psycho if I was like that 24/7. You gotta chill out and just be normal for a bit, I say.”

On her famous friends: “I have a lot of celebrity friends. But they’re all Hollywood friends. You can’t call them if you fall over and break your leg, but if you’re having a BBQ and wanna chitchat, you hang out with them, or you go to their house.”

On getting fashion advice from Tyra Banks: “I never thought I’d be the type of girl who’d be doing, like, fashion shoots. I used to watch some of the reality shows about models and then, weirdly, now I try to incorporate into my fashion shoots the skills I learnt from watching those shows. It’s like thanks Tyra, cause you’ve given me like all the cool tips. Like how to smile with your eyes.”

For more on Rebel, visit Elle.com.au!

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Scott Eastwood's Friends Rip Him to Shreds For His BS

Scott Eastwood is handsome in a suit while being cornered by a beautiful woman in a feature for Treats! magazine’s Issue 8!

Here’s what the 28-year-old actor had to share:

On not using his famous last name at first: “Yeah, I just wanted to see if I could do it on my own. You realize sort of quickly it doesn’t really matter! If you don’t work, if you don’t hustle, you’re not going to get anywhere, whatever your name. When I was younger, I thought that was a big thing. I had a lot of pride. I wanted to earn it on my own merit. And not have people say it’s because of a name. But the reality is people are going to say whatever the fuck they want anyway! You can’t control that. At some point you say, “F–k it. That’s my dad’s last name, that’s my legacy.”

On staying grounded in Hollywood: “I’m lucky. I’ve got a lot of friends that will call me on all my bulls–t! They’ll just rip me to shreds. They don’t care if I’m in movies or tending bar. Whatever I’m doing, I think good friends and family are key. It’s good to have drive, and know what you want to do. But not to have your happiness wrapped up in that. You’ve got to do other things. You don’t want to be one-dimensional. I wouldn’t want to be ‘just’ an actor. That would be boring. You don’t want to be too obsessed with one thing. I try to diversify my time with other things.”

On celebrity: “Yeah, that is sort of the way the business is. Sometimes the best actor isn’t going to get the role. Which is shitty but it’s the world we live in. There are ‘other factors’ to why certain people get a role – they have a big movie coming out, they have ‘heat’ on them, or whatever that is… so it is what it is. But I didn’t get in this to be famous. I grew up loving my father’s work, loving movies, and telling stories, wanting to be a part of that. To affect people. Whether they’re laughing or crying. It’s supposed to elicit a response. It’s art, right?”

For more on Scott, visit Treatsmagazine.com!

10+ pictures inside of Scott Eastwood posting for Treats! magazine… More Here! »

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