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Hailee Steinfeld Lands Her First 'Cosmopolitan' Cover! (Exclusive)

Hailee Steinfeld looks stunning on the cover of Cosmopolitan‘s December issue, on newsstands November 7th!

The 20-year-old Pitch Perfect 3 actress, who’s being featured on the mag’s cover for the first time, took a quick survey to answer some fun questions!

Check out what Hailee had to say…

A celebrity she’d like to recruit for the Bellas: “Chrissy Teigen.”

Her dream duet partner is: “Drake.”

Her first kiss was: “The summer going into 6th grade. I set my expectations waaay too high.”

She feels sexiest when: “I’m onstage performing for my fans.”

FYI: Hailee is wearing a Valentino jumpsuit, Stella McCartney bralette, and Valentino shoes on the cover.

For more from Hailee, head to Cosmopolitan.com.

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Reese Witherspoon & Daughter Ava Phillippe Celebrate Her 'WSJ' Cover at Innovator Awards

Reese Witherspoon is joined by daughter Ava Phillippe as they arrive at the WSJ Magazine’s 2017 Innovator Awards on Wednesday night (November 1) at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

The 41-year-old actress and her 18-year-old daughter both looked pretty in little, black dresses for the event.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Reese Witherspoon

WSJ recently named Reese their Entertainment Innovator of the Year and put her on the cover of their Innovators Issue.

Also joining Reese at the event was her long time friend and Home Again co-star Candice Bergen.

You can read Reese‘s full interview at WSJ.com.

FYI: Reese is wearing a Giorgio Armani dress, Jimmy Choo shoes, and Cartier jewelry while carrying a Tyler Ellis clutch. Ava is wearing a Balmain dress and Gianvito Rossi sandals.

20+ pictures inside of Reese Witherspoon arriving at the event…More Here! »

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Julia Roberts Has the Best Response to Those Asking About Turning 50

Julia Roberts is on the cover of InStyle magazine’s December 2017 issue.

Here’s what the 50-year-old actress had to share:

On seeing crazy tabloid rumors: “I do believe that I don’t need to know every weird, mean, untrue, odd [tabloid claim]. ‘I only eat popcorn or my husband doesn’t love me unless I wear blue’…There is an odd occasion where I’m waiting, and I’m looking around and I’m like, ‘What?!’ And turn around to the man behind me and go, ‘Not true, sir!’”

On her keys to joy: “Marry the right person, give birth to a redhead, and have great girlfriends.”

On turning 50: “There’s nothing different about this birthday than any other one. Really, people? Are we still in that space? Did anyone ever go over this with George Clooney or Brad [Pitt] before their 50th birthdays?”

For more from Julia, visit InStyle.com.

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Daisy Ridley on Life After 'The Force Awakens': 'My Head Was So F--ked'

Daisy Ridley is on the cover of V Magazine’s V110 issue, which hits newsstands on November 9.

Here’s what the 25-year-old Star Wars actress had to share with the mag:

On her first-ever role as Rey in 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens: “I had no sense of what I was getting into. No sense of what was really going to happen”

On Murder On The Orient Express: “Again, I thought there was no way I got it. When I was told the cast, I couldn’t believe who I was working with. Then, I couldn’t believe how amazing the experience was. Every single cast member, every single crew member was magical.”

On her second Star Wars film, the forthcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi: “My head was so f*cked after the first one came out. It was strange getting back into it, and it felt familiar and comforting. I suddenly felt really seen in a way [after the first Star Wars], which was so weird. Then, back at work, you’re just you and it’s not a big deal. You’re just at work: You’re doing your job and everyone else is doing their job. It’s just me being me.”

For more from Daisy, visit VMagazine.com.

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Jennifer Lopez & Alex Rodriguez Dish on Their First Date & His Sexy First Text!

Jennifer Lopez and her boyfriend Alex Rodriguez look picture perfect together on the cover of Vanity Fair‘s December 2017 issue.

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

Jennifer, on their first date: “He was sitting there in his white shirt, very confident and manly, but then he was just so talkative! I think he thought I was going to be this loud person, but I’m not. I just listen. So he’s talking, talking about his plans, about how he had just retired from baseball, about how he saw himself getting married again, all these things you wouldn’t normally talk about on a first date. I don’t know if he thought it was a date. I thought it was a date.”

Alex, on the sext he sent her on their first date: “She told me around the third or fourth inning that she was single…I had to get up and go re-adjust my thoughts. I went to the bathroom and got enough courage to send her a text. [The text read] ‘You look sexy AF.’”

Jennifer, on how they’re so similar: “I understand him in a way that I don’t think anyone else could, and he understands me in a way that no one else could ever,” Lopez said. “In his 20s, he came into big success with the biggest baseball contract [at the time]. I had a No. 1 movie and a No. 1 album and made history. We both had ups and downs and challenges in our 30s, and by our 40s we’d both been through so much. And more importantly than anything, we had both done a lot of work on ourselves. The most impressive thing to me was how he did pick himself up and take that opportunity to make himself a better person. The hardest times prove who you are. That’s what I love and admire the most about Alex. He doesn’t let anything beat him. He just comes back stronger.”

For more from the couple, visit VanityFair.com.

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Adam Driver May Have Revealed 'Last Jedi' Spoiler in 'British GQ'

Adam Driver gets his close up on the cover of British GQ‘s new issue.

Here’s what the 33-year-old Star Wars: The Last Jedi star had to share:

On the hidden layers of The Last Jedi characters: “I remember the initial conversations about having things ‘skinned’, peeling away layers to evolve into other people, and the person Kylo’s pretending to be on the outside is not who he is. He’s a vulnerable kid who doesn’t know where to put his energy, but when he puts his mask on, suddenly, he’s playing a role. JJ had that idea initially and I think Rian took it to the next level… [SPOILER WARNING] You have, also, the hidden identity of this princess who’s hiding who she really is so she can survive and Kylo Ren and her hiding behind these artifices.”

On the death of Carrie Fisher: “It’s hard to talk about it without saying generic things. Like, ‘It’s shocking,’ but it was. Or ‘It’s incredibly sad,’ which it is. I mean, it is all of those things.”

On his character killing Han Solo: “When I watched the premiere, I felt sick to my stomach… Immediately, I thought I was going to puke. I was holding my wife’s hand, and she’s like, ‘You’re really cold. Are you OK?’ Because I just knew what was coming – I kill Harrison – and I didn’t know how this audience of 2,000 people was going to respond to it, you know?”

For more from Adam, visit GQ.co.uk.

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Nicole Kidman, Gigi Hadid, Solange Knowles & More Are Glamour's Women of the Year Honorees!

Glamour‘s Women of the Year honorees have been revealed and they are on separate covers for the December 2017 issues.

The honorees include Gigi Hadid, Nicole Kidman, Solange Knowles, late night host Samantha Bee, astronaut Peggy Whitson, congresswoman Maxine Waters, Syrian refugee and education activist Muzoon Almellehan, fashion revolutionary Maria Grazia Chiuri, and Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins. The women will be honored at an event on November 13.

Here’s what the women had to share:

Gigi, on living in the public life: “I believe that a lot of judgmental comments come from people not really having compassion for those they see as public figures. It’s frustrating to see people question my actions or integrity based off something as trivial as leaving my apartment building. I’m just doing my best as I move through life, sometimes dealing with relative hardships like everyone else.”

Nicole, on pledging to work with a female director every 18 months: “As an actor, you’re only as good as the things you’re offered. And there just weren’t any women offering me things. So, when you dissect that, you realize there aren’t women offering you things because they don’t have the opportunities. I work to raise money for women’s cancers; I use my voice for violence against women. And so I was like, ‘I need to be a part of the movement that will, hopefully, change the statistics of the field.’”

Solange, on leaning on Beyonce and Tina Knowles: “When I finally turned in A Seat at the Table, I had a pit in my stomach. It was just 72 hours before my release date. There was a lot of fear and emotion, pain and hurt and rage. My sister was there in New Orleans filming ‘Formation,’ my mom was there, the whole squad, and it was such a blessing. I truly believe that was the universe, because I was such a mess during the mastering process.”

For more from the women, visit Glamour.com.

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