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Hilary Duff on Dating: 'I've Never Been a Good Dater'

Hilary Duff shows off her fab figure on the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine’s February 2017 issue, on newsstands January 10.

Here’s what the 29-year-old entertainer and actress had to share:

On her relationship with ex-husband Mike Comrie: “Mike’s amazing… We’re so ingrained in each other’s lives. I wouldn’t choose anyone else to coparent with. We are really good friends and care a lot about each other.”

On dating: “I’ve never been a good dater. I meet, like, one person a year that I’m maybe attracted to… I never want to be that girl who’s desperate to find a mate.”

On turning 30: “I think I’m a pretty confident person. I’ve had a career for a long time, but I’ve put a lot of unnecessary pressure on myself as a woman, a businessperson, an actress. I’m like, ‘Am I doing enough?’ Everyone I’ve talked to says you come into your own in your 30s. You feel more secure. I’m looking forward to that.”

For more from Hilary, visit Cosmopolitan.com.

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January Jones Discusses Raising Son Xander as a Single Parent

January Jones takes the cover of Red magazine’s latest issue, on newsstands now!

Here’s what the 38-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On Xander’s father (whom she has never identified) not being in his life: “Maybe I should get a manny. But Xander has a lot of bro time with the neighbour dads and my dad, who is super young. It’s good to have strong women around a man to teach him to respect women. He doesn’t have a male person saying ‘don’t cry’ or ‘you throw like a girl’. All those sh*tty things that dads accidentally do.”

On how being a single parent means being good cop and bad cop: “I don’t want to be bad cop but, to have his respect, I have to be both. I’m an emotionally immature person. I’m an actor for God’s sake. I see myself behaving like a child all the time. This morning, I made Xander eggs, toast, a smoothie. He spat out his blueberries, threw the eggs into the sink, was playing with his toast, and I just lost my sh*t. And I took the plate and threw it in the garbage, in tears. Someone needs to be the mature one here, but I had a full tantrum.”

On dating: “I just don’t feel I need a partner. Do I want one? Maybe. But I don’t feel unhappy or lonely. It would have to be someone so amazing that I would want to make room. Someone who would contribute to my happiness and not take away from it. After I had Xander, I went on a couple of dates and I was like, ‘I’d rather be at home sleeping, watching TV or hanging out with my kid.’ People want to set me up all the time and I’m like, ‘No way.’ If I meet someone and we go out, fine, but I’m not going to go look. The moment I see someone who I think is cute, I google him and, oh, he’s 25, and I’m thinking, what is my problem?! I want a manly man in flannel, with a beard and an axe. But then there’s always something wrong. Like he’s a Republican.”

The full interview appears in the February issue of Red. For further exclusive content, please go to www.redonline.co.uk.

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Pharrell Williams on Supporting Hillary Clinton: 'I Did It So I Could Sleep'

Pharrell Williams takes the cover of Esquire magazine’s February 2017 issue.

Here’s what the 43-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag:

On his music: “I think everything is given to us. Everything is. We didn’t create it. It’s being given to us in one shape or form. It is a deep delusion to think otherwise. I’m not the juice. I’m not the ice that makes it cool. And I’m certainly not the glass. I’m just the straw.”

On his 2013 hit “Happy”: “I noticed that there was a lot of pain going on around the world. Then you start thinking about why people might have needed that song, and it becomes very heavy.”

On why he supported Hillary Clinton: “I did it so I could sleep. So whatever happens, I know I tried. This has kept me up at night. The kind of divisions that this nation is seeing—it hasn’t been this way since the 60s.”

For more from Pharrell, visit Esquire.com.

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Dustin Lance Black Speaks Out About Homophobia in Hollywood

Dustin Lance Black gets serious on the cover of Attitude magazine’s January issue, available digitally and in print now.

Here’s what the 42-year-old actor had to share with the magazine:

On how the LGBT community has repeatedly been attacked by less liberal groups in society: “We’re in one right now, a worldwide backlash where people are talking about building walls and closing borders instead of understanding and embracing their neighbor. I hope to inspire a new generation to stand up and fight back and protect what we have in a moment of darkness like this.”

On homophobia in Hollywood: “I’ve never encountered homophobia in casting from the studios or networks, not once, not ever. Where you encounter it is with the agents and the managers, they’re the ones who have an outdated notion of the price an actor might pay if it’s discovered that they’re LGBTQ…often they don’t want to see anything happen that might compromise their investment. I think they cripple their actors because they stunt the star’s ability to be open and honest, and an audience can feel that.”

On gay actors that lie about their sexuality: “I have no respect for someone who lies about their sexuality. At the very least say ‘no comment,’ just keep your personal life personal. But if you’re going to closet yourself, that sends a negative message.”

For more from Dustin Lance Black, visit Attitude.co.uk.

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Ryan Reynolds Opens Up About Blake Lively: 'She Keeps Me Sane'

Ryan Reynolds looks handsome while on the cover of Variety‘s January issue, available now.

Here’s what the 40-year-old actor had to share with the magazine:

On suffering from anxiety: ““I have three older brothers. Our father was tough. He wasn’t easy on anyone. And he wasn’t easy on himself. I think the anxiety might have started there, trying 
to find ways to control others by trying to control myself. At the time, I never recognized that. I was just a twitchy kid.”

On wife Blake Lively calming his nerves before Deadpool‘s debut: “By the time we were in post, we’d been to Comic-Con, and people went crazy for it. The expectations were eating me alive…Blake helped me through that. I’m lucky to have her around just to keep me sane.”

On not seeing himself as a leading man as a young actor: “When I would go out [on set], my volume was lower. Everything would minimize…I was thinking of myself as the wacky next-door neighbor.”

On Deadpool being pansexual: “What love is to Deadpool may not be what love is to Batman or someone else. I think that could be played up more. He’s an outsider in every way, shape, and form.”

On the future of Deadpool: “I would love to play Deadpool for as long as they would let me play Deadpool. We have outlines and stories for a number of different films.”

For more from Ryan, visit Variety.com.

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Kate Beckinsale Shows Off Her Amazing Abs for 'Shape'!

Kate Beckinsale shows off her unbelievable figure on the cover of Shape‘s January/February issue, on newsstands today.

Here’s what the 43-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On finding the foods that are right for her body: “I was vegetarian for a really long time because I’m incredibly squeamish about meat. But when I was filming Pearl Harbor, I didn’t have the energy, and the trainer I was working with at the time said, ‘You’ve got to start eating chicken and fish.’ So I did, and that helped me. Lily and I eat clean—we have a lot of sautéed vegetables like brussels sprouts and broccoli and chicken and fish. Also, I don’t drink alcohol. I feel [its effects] very quickly, so I’ve never actually had an entire glass of anything alcoholic.”

On being a morning person: “I basically wake up, eat breakfast, and then work out. I prefer to get it done in the morning. That said, I don’t naturally get up early. It would be much better for me if the entire world went to bed at 4 a.m. and woke up at noon. But it doesn’t, so I’m usually staggering around first thing.”

On working out: “I start out absolutely dreading it, do an incredibly punishing workout, bitch about it the whole time, and end up feeling 100 percent better when I leave. Working out is basically nature’s antidepressant.”

For more from Kate, visit Shape.com.

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Chris Pratt Reveals the First Role He Didn't Get For Being 'Too Fat'

Chris Pratt couldn’t look hotter while taking a shirtless dip on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine’s February 2017 issue.

Here’s what the 37-year-old actor had to share with the mag:

On not getting a role in Moneyball because of his weight: “That was the first time I heard someone say, ‘We’re not gonna cast you—you’re too fat.’ So I decided to drop the weight, like in wrestling. I couldn’t afford a trainer, so it was all running and crash-dieting and cutting alcohol.”

On his trick to nailing an audition: “Once you get smart about auditioning, you learn to audition before they say ‘Action.’ You walk into the room as the character. You let them think the person you are is close to the character they want. You make them think you already are that guy.”

On his Hollywood look-alike: “I looked exactly like Heath Ledger. I had long blond hair, still bleached out, Hawaiian … That’s what people were always saying: Man, you look just like Heath Ledger. Then I saw Heath Ledger on the cover of Vanity Fair, and I thought, Hey, I do look just like that guy.”

On his self-imposed acting hiatus: “There’s very few people in the world who I can expect to understand exactly what I’m going through. Jim Carrey is one of them. [At a party last year, Jim gave advice: “There’s going to be a point in life where you’re going to have to prove that your family is more important to you than show business.]”

For more from Chris, visit VanityFair.com.

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