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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson on Possible Presidential Run: 'It's a Real Possibility'

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is showing off his huge bicep on the cover of GQ magazine’s June 2017 issue, on newsstands May 23.

Here’s what the 45-year-old Baywatch star had to share with the mag:

On why he didn’t endorse Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump: “I feel like I’m in a position now where my word carries a lot of weight and influence, which of course is why they want the endorsement. But I also have a tremendous amount of respect for the process and felt like if I did share my political views publicly, a few things would happen—and these are all conversations I have with myself, in the gym at four o’clock in the morning—I felt like it would either (a) make people unhappy with the thought of whatever my political view was. And, also, it might sway an opinion, which I didn’t want to do.”

On if he would run for President: “I think that it’s a real possibility. A year ago, it started coming up more and more. There was a real sense of earnestness, which made me go home and think ‘Let me really rethink my answer and make sure I am giving an answer that is truthful and also respectful.’”

On how he believes Trump is doing: “Mmm… With any job you come into, you’ve got to prove yourself. And…Personally, I feel that if I were president, poise would be important. Leadership would be important. Taking responsibility for everybody. [If I didn't agree with someone] on something, I wouldn’t shut them out. I would actually include them. The first thing we’d do is we’d come and sit down and we’d talk about it. It’s hard to categorize right now how I think he’s doing, other than to tell you how I would operate, what I would like to see….I’d like to see a better leadership. I’d like to see a greater leadership. When there’s a disagreement, and you have a large group of people that you’re in a disagreement with—for example, the media—I feel like it informs me that I could be better. We all have issues, and we all gotta work our sh*t out. And I feel like one of the qualities of a great leader is not shutting people out. I miss that part. Even if we disagree, we’ve got to figure it out.”

For more from Dwayne, visit GQ.com.

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'Twin Peaks' Creator David Lynch Talks Upcoming Revival With 'Variety'

The cast of the upcoming revival of Twin Peaks covers the May issue of Variety, available now.

Here’s what the creator David Lynch and the cast, including Laura Dern and Kyle MacLachlan, had to share with the mag:

David on where his ideas come from: “It comes in a burst. An idea comes in, and if you stop and think about it, it has sound, it has image, it has a mood, and it even has an indication of wardrobe, and knowing a character, or the way they speak, the words they say. A whole bunch of things can come in an instant.”

Laura on the original series: “I don’t think anyone who ever saw Twin Peaks will ever have it not ingrained in their memory and imagination for the rest of their lives.

Kyle on David’s creative process: “There’s no wasted time or wasted emotions, tangents, whatever. He’s very precise when we talk through the scene, and he tells me what’s going to happen. He has already thought it through, and he sees it.”

For more from the cast of Twin Peaks, visit Variety.com.

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Eva Longoria Reveals One Red Carpet Outfit She Really Regrets

Eva Longoria shows off her amazing bikini body on the cover of Health magazine’s new issue.

Here’s what the 42-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On her red carpet regret: “This preceded my stylist. There was a Tomb Raider premiere where I wore all leather. It was very appropriate for Tomb Raider, but it was almost like I was going to a theme party…. There is a decade of me just showing my stomach. Like, ’OK, Eva, can you stop wearing a crop top? Must you wear a crop top on every red carpet you go to?’” (See a photo of Eva at the Tomb Raider premiere in the gallery below!)

On working out: “I don’t enjoy working out. I like the way I feel after working out. I always wish my trainer doesn’t show up, I’m always like, ‘I hope he cancels, I hope he cancels…’”

On what makes her happiest: “My husband. Hearing him breathe makes me happy. It’s not like, ’Oh, I love marriage.’ I love being married to him. He’s just—I can’t even believe we found each other.”

For more from Eva, visit Health.com.

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Olivia Palermo Reveals Her Childhood Struggle with a Learning Disability

Olivia Palermo is gorgeous on the cover of Cosmopolitan UK magazine’s June 2017 issue, on newsstands now!

Here’s what the 31-year-old socialite had to share with the mag:

On being labeled an “it” girl: “I’m not opposed to it. I have nothing to say other than we all evolve. I wear many hats these days!”

On childhood struggles: “You know, everything was a bit harder for me because I grew up with a learning disability. I don’t want to go into details but… what was wonderful is that people can be very creative in different ways. And we [she refers to her childhood friend Jonathan Simkhai, a designer, to whom she was close to at school] really strived to be creative and that really evolved as we got older… and not necessarily in school.”

On her fashion week schedule: “Honestly, my schedule is so tight. I have a show on the hour every hour, and appointments. So my priority is the designers and the collections. Of course, it’s nice to change once in a while, and support the designers, if you can, by changing, but there’s not always enough time in the day.”

The full interview appears in the June 2017 issue of Cosmopolitan, on sale now!

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John Legend & Cate Blanchett Discuss Speaking Out as a Celebrity

Cate Blanchett, John Legend and former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg take the cover of Town & Country‘s June/July 2017 Philanthropy issue.

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

John, on racism in modern day society: “People feel defensive around the subject of racism, and they shut down, because they feel like they may say the wrong thing and you’ll think less of them. But we have to deal with the fact that these issues have a real impact on people’s lives. There’s a real impact when they’re not getting called back after they’ve applied for a job because they have the wrong name. And there’s a real impact when a police officer assume a person to be more of a threat because of the color of the person’s skin. We are dealing with these things every day, and the only way we are going to fix them is if we confront them, listen to one another, and empathize with one another’s concerns. We can’t worry more about being accused of being racist than we do about actually fixing the racism problem.”

Cate, on being a celebrity who speaks out: “I feel an obligation to use my voice to speak up for those who are voiceless. It just so happens that my voice is able to reach a larger audience because of the fact that I have a public profile. If that were something that I thought was worthy of criticism or cynicism, then perhaps it would bother me that there are people out there who look to belittle or demonize those who are trying—in some small way—to help.”

John, on speaking out as a celeb: “Obviously, when you step out on anything that’s controversial, someone disagrees with you. And some people take that disagreement in stride and say, You know, I don’t agree with you, but I like your music, so I’ll still buy it, or, I’ll still come to your shows. Some people can’t separate the two and say, If I disagree with you politically, you’re not going to make money off of me. And that’s just the price that we have to be willing to pay… some of the greatest artists we’ve ever known have been willing to risk some social capital to try to improve the lives of other people.”

FYI: Cate is wearing Armani Privé on her cover.

For more, visit TownandCountryMag.com.

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Gal Gadot Says She's Not a Fighter Like Wonder Woman

Gal Gadot looks gorgeous on the cover of Marie Claire‘s June 2017 issue, on newsstands May 16.

Here is what the 32-year-old Wonder Woman actress shared with the mag:

On being a confident woman: “My mom raised my sister and me to be confident women with aspirations. And I always felt capable. I’m not saying that I’m stronger than most men…but we all have the same brains and we can achieve the same things.”

On life in Los Angeles vs. Israel: “When I first came to Los Angeles, I couldn’t read people. In Israel, people have chutzpah. People take issue with it, but I’d rather have that than play games. I prefer to know the truth, not waste time.”

On dealing with adversity: “I don’t enjoy conflict in my life. Unlike Wonder Woman, I’m not a fighter [but] I will fight for good.”

On her hope for equal rights for women: “There’s a long way to go until we can make gender a nonissue. I don’t know if it’ll ever happen. I’m hoping it will because life would be so much cooler and less complicated then. Also, for men, by the way.”

FYI: Gal is wearing a Chanel dress and a Chopard ring and earrings on the cover. She is wearing a Giorgio Armani dress in image one. She is wearing a Dolce&Gabbana dress, Tiffany & Co. bracelets, and Van Cleef & Arpels ring in image two.

For more from Gal, visit MarieClaire.com!

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Debra Messing Reveals Why 'Will & Grace' Reboot Is Happening Now

Debra Messing is on the cover of Haute Living New York‘s new issue.

Here’s what the 48-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On the Will & Grace reboot: “We need the show now more than ever…It was unique in how it cast light on issues in our culture that needed mending or strengthening. Everything happening culturally now will be fodder for the comedy.”

On returning to the Will & Grace set: “It was incredible and very emotional to walk on that set—every prop was still there. The original crew—the costumer, hair, and makeup—came back too.”

On actors she’d love to work with: “Meryl Streep. I mean come on, right? Viola Davis. She and I know each other from when we first got out of school—I was at NYU; she was at Juilliard. Viola is a beast of a talent.”

For more from Debra, visit HauteLiving.com.

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