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James Corden's Dream 'Carpool Karaoke' Guest is Beyonce!

James Corden opens up about all kinds of topics in the latest installment of Vogue magazine’s “73 Questions” video feature.

The 37-year-old Late Late Show host took the magazine cameras around the studio as he prepped for that night’s show.

James answered questions about “Carpool Karaoke,” his favorite Disney princess, his go-to cocktail, what David Beckham smells like, and more.

“Someone asked for a picture of only my knees,” he also revealed about a crazy fan experience.

Singer Tori Kelly even made a cameo! Watch the video below!

James Corden Answers Vogue’s 73 Questions

The Girl on the Train's Haley Bennett Reveals Some Great Advice She's Been Given

Haley Bennett shows off her fabulous figure in her new Interview magazine cover story for their June/July 2016 issue.

Here’s what the 28-year-old The Girl on the Train actress had to share with the mag:

On the road to her career: “It’s been kind of a long journey for me. Everyone has a different path; I guess you hear them all. I don’t know how common mine is. I didn’t have a long-term plan or goal. If there would have been a road map showing me the way to my dreams becoming reality, I might have given it a second thought. All I came to Los Angeles with was a dream. No one from my family ever left Ohio. In L.A., I saw a lot of talent wasted because of fear. The odds are really stacked against you. But stumbling around blindly … I was following my intuition. I don’t know what was fueling me at the time. I was a bit like Dorothy following the yellow brick road I guess. Except there was no good witch.”

On her mentors: “The people I’ve been fortunate to work with, people I look up to, other actors who gracefully do what they love to do and balance that with a rich personal life—that’s where my goals are. Warren Beatty has been an incredible advocate, a good friend. He reaches out to me and checks in. And Terrence Malick as well. Emily Blunt has been good to me.”

On advice she’s been given: “Well, lately it’s been, ‘Pace yourself, pace yourself, pace yourself. And take time to rest.’ I guess if you don’t rest and rejuvenate, then you harden, and I don’t want to harden.”

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Daniel Radcliffe Talks Child Stardom in 'Modern Luxury' Feature

Daniel Radcliffe takes the cover of Modern Luxury magazine’s June 2016 issue.

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

On how he chooses roles: “It’s, ‘Will I have fun doing this?’ And by fun, I don’t necessarily mean just have a blast the whole time and being totally relaxed, but will I be fulfilled?”

On girlfriend Erin Darke: “There isn’t a moment that I’m stressed out that Erin can’t make me feel more relaxed or calm. There’s not a moment that I’m sad that she can’t make me laugh. And we have a huge amount of fun together.”

On being a child star: “When you’re a kid and you’re in films, all you get asked is, ‘So, what’s going to happen to you?’… That attitude of, ‘You’re not going to last,’ is really impressed upon you at a young age when you’re a kid actor doing interviews. I don’t want to be that.”

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Lady Gaga & Kerry Washington Take on Variety's 'Actors on Actors' Covers

Lady Gaga, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kerry Washington, and Aziz Ansari take the cover of two separate Actors on Actors Variety covers

Here’s what they shared…

Lady Gaga, on being herself: “I guess the thing is, what I am as Gaga really is what other people think Gaga is. It’s not necessarily what I am. Gaga is this stronger individual part of myself that I discovered being young in New York — loving music, meeting with young artists, working with musicians, with writers, studying the scene, and being involved in the lifestyle.”

Kerry, on producing and acting: “There was that point where it was like, OK, now I’m avoiding the difficult, painful acting of being Anita Hill by going over the schedule with the line producer. I have to now take off the producing hat and focus on going to that place that she was in. It was scarier than I thought it was going to be, but exciting also to learn how to take that hat on and off as a producer and actor.”

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Also pictured inside: a cover featuring Tracee Ellis Ross and Courtney B. Vance.

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Serena Williams Discusses Drake US Open Backlash in 'Glamour'

Serena Williams shows off her body in a swimsuit on the cover of Glamour magazine’s July 2016 issue.

Here’s what the 34-year-old tennis superstar had to share:

On being an athlete in her 30s: “Who says that your thirties is when you’re supposed to be done? I would like to know who made that rule! I was talking to my mom one time, like, ‘Gosh, I’m 30.’ And she’s like, ‘In your thirties you’re even stronger than in your twenties.’ I didn’t believe her, but I have played better in my thirties. And I played pretty well in my twenties, don’t get me wrong! But my consistency is better, my momentum is better, my wins are quicker.”

On Twitter blaming Drake for her US Open loss last year: “I don’t think that was fair. I’m the one who’s playing, who’s making mistakes or making winners. I’m not one to blame anyone else for anything. And I don’t think anyone else should either. I played a really good opponent that day. And I wasn’t at my best.”

On the wage gap in sports: “These sports have a lot of work to do. And I really hope that I can be helpful in that journey because I do believe that women deserve the same pay. We work just as hard as men do. I’ve been working, playing tennis, since I was three years old. And to be paid less just because of my sex—it doesn’t seem fair. Will I have to explain to my daughter that her brother is gonna make more money doing the exact same job because he’s a man? If they both played sports since they were three years old, they both worked just as hard, but because he’s a boy, they’re gonna give him more money? Like, how am I gonna explain that to her? In tennis we’ve had great pioneers that paved the way—including Venus, who fought so hard for Wimbledon to pay women the same prize money they pay men, and Billie Jean King, who is one of the main reasons Title IX exists.”

On Zika concerns for the Olympics next month: “I’m not taking Zika lightly. Especially being older, I definitely am going everywhere protected. I’m protecting myself.”

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'Ghostbusters' Actresses Cover Elle's First Women in Comedy Issue!

The women of GhostbustersMelissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon, and Kristen Wiig – take the cover of Elle magazine’s first Women in Comedy issue, on newsstands June 21.

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

Melissa, on fighting for her characters: “I get so psychotically attached to all of my characters, and I fight for them in probably the most annoying way. I hear myself saying to Ben or Paul [Feig, Ghostbusters’ director], ‘She wouldn’t phrase it that way.’ I know it’s such an actory thing, but I feel it to my core: I have to represent the woman I’m getting to be. Even if she’s fictitious, she’s always real to me: three-dimensional, flawed, loving, screwed-up, as real women are.”

Leslie, on knowing she was funny: “I just knew that I was funny, and I knew that it was just a matter of time. I didn’t know what was going to actually happen—this is definitely way bigger than I thought—but I knew there was no way I was going to be that funny and nobody was going to notice it.”

Kristin, on the first thing she did for SNL: “My very first show I got on something that I wrote. I was weirdly less nervous for that than I was for the first sketch I was in, which was about someone being pregnant in their butt. I think it was Poehler, and we had a baby shower for her and…I was scared that I was going to freeze or swear or pass out.”

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Mia Wasikowska on Met Gala: 'I'm a Fish Out of Water' in That World (Exclusive)

Mia Wasikowska poses for the summer cover of C magazine, provided exclusively to Just Jared!

Here’s what the 26-year-old Alice Through the Looking Glass star had to share:

On finding out the Alice sequel was happening: “[The film] was super unexpected because usually, I would’ve thought we would have done a sequel a year later. So I just thought it wasn’t ever going to happen. I was so surprised. I never took it seriously until I was having a costume fitting for it.”

On her childhood in Australia: “I don’t think I saw a billboard until I was like 12. Well, not really—but it feels a bit like that, in comparison to the awareness that’s here [in Los Angeles]. It’s nice to grow up without that, I think.”

On the Met Gala: “I have a reoccurring nightmare about the Met Ball. I’m a fish out of water in that kind of world. The six hours before is probably the most stressful, because you’re anticipating walking up the steps, and people yelling at you, and not knowing where to look.”

FYI: Mia is wearing a Gucci dress and Chanel necklace on the cover.

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