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Sarah Paulson on the Decision to Not Have Kids: 'I Don't Want to Be Torn'

Sarah Paulson is on the cover of Town & Country Magazine’s February 2018 issue, on newsstands today.

Here’s what the American Horror Story star had to share with the mag:

On her fear of having children: “I don’t want to be torn. I don’t want to look at my child and say, ‘You’re the most extraordinary thing that ever happened to me, but also the death knell.’ It was hard for my mother to be everywhere, to come to the school play and make a living, I’ve always known what I wanted out of professional life, and I didn’t want to turn around and go, ‘If I had only made the choice to just dedicate this time in my life to me.’ It’s selfish, but I think the word selfish gets a bad rap.”

On her relationship with Holland Taylor: “I do not want to be defined by who I share my bed, my home, my soul with. My choices in life have been unconventional, and that’s my business. …Our relationship represents a certain amount of hope and risk. Maybe there’s something brave in it. Maybe it encourages others to make brave choices. What else can I say? We love each other.”

On being a working actress in her 40s:
“I’ve got a window as a woman of 43. …I’m trying to keep it open with both hands, as wide as possible, for as long as possible.”

For more from Sarah, visit TownandCountryMag.com.

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Julianne Hough Recalls Being Called 'Fat Every Day' on Set: 'I Was the Skinniest I'd Ever Been'

Julianne Hough looks so winter chic on the cover of Redbook magazine’s February 2018 issue.

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

On her secret relationship tip: “We actually have a code phrase that we use. It’s “same team.” So if one of us feels we need to have a “conversation,” we preface it with that. Like: “Hey, ‘same team.’ I love you, but you hurt my feelings.” So the other person goes into it with an open mind, versus being immediately defensive. And we celebrate every little victory. Sometimes we’ll have a special date night, and other times we’ll toast over dinner at home.”

On being more self-accepting now than ever before: “I was very self-accepting growing up, then something switched in middle school. I would compare myself to everyone…and later I did a film where I basically was told I was fat every day, yet I was the skinniest I’d ever been. Now, when I’m self-conscious, I’ll do something completely crazy or goofy to get out of my own head—something fun that reminds me of the freedom I felt as a kid before all that happened.”

On taking risks: “I always say that without fear, you can’t have courage. And without courage, you can’t take risks and have success. It’s really invigorating and fulfilling when you actually do something that scares the s–t out of you.”

For more from Julianne, visit RedbookMag.com.

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Drew Barrymore Reveals Why Her Younger Self Would Be Surprised By Herself Today

Drew Barrymore shines in a Celine look on the cover of InStyle magazine’s February 2018 issue, on newsstands January 5.

Here’s what the Santa Clarita Diet star had to share with the mag:

On growing up in the public eye: “From a young age I was overly passionate and thought everything lived and died in a professional atmosphere because, back then, it was really all I had. I didn’t have a family. I’ve been working as long as I can remember.”

On her moods: “God or the devil, face ripper or ‘Take the shirt off my back,’ I definitely have a ferociousness. And I’ve always had it. I completely rebel against authority…I am very f*cking scrappy.”

On not needing romance: “My daughters are so fulfilling that I feel like my cup is just avalanching over. If love took on a physical analogy form, I’d be an overstuffed turkey or piñata. So I’m not really hungry for it at this moment. I don’t think I would have ever known that I could be this content, this whole, without being in a romantic relationship. That would have been a surprise to my younger self.”

For more from Drew, visit InStyle.com.

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Bono Says He Almost Died: 'People Have These Extinction Events In Their Lives'

Bono is on the cover of Rolling Stone‘s brand new issue.

In the interview, the 57-year-old entertainer revealed he had a near-death experience.

When asked what happened and if he would talk about it, Bono said, “Well, I mean, I don’t want to.”

“It’s just a thing that . . . people have these extinction events in their lives; it could be psychological or it could be physical. And, yes, it was physical for me, but I think I have spared myself all that soap opera. Especially with this kind of celebrity obsession with the minutiae of peoples’ lives – I have got out of that. I want to speak about the issue in a way that lets people fill in the blanks of what they have been through, you know?” Bono said. “It’s one thing if you were talking about it in a place of record like Rolling Stone, but by the time it gets to your local tabloid it is just awful. It becomes the question that everyone is asking.”

He also added the experience factored into his album Songs of Experience.

FYI: Bono is wearing Oliver Peoples sunglasses.

For more from Bono, visit RollingStone.com.

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Alison Brie Reveals What It's Like Being on Set with Meryl Streep & Steven Spielberg

Alison Brie is looking simply stunning on the cover of Gotham‘s January 2018 issue.

Here’s what the 34-year-old The Post actress had to share…

On co-starring with Meryl Streep in The Post: “There are so many points in my life where I’ve [thought]: Now I’m living the dream. And then you’re standing there, in the middle of a set, taking direction from Steven Spielberg, in a scene with Meryl Streep…No, now I’m living the dream. Talk about setting the bar high.”

On the possibility of changing her body for a role: “I set a private goal to book an action movie. But what if I have to change my body so I look the way they want me to look? But with GLOW, our producers didn’t want us to change our bodies at all. They said, ‘We want all shapes and sizes of women to be represented on this show. We love you the way you are.’”

On her life now: “Being in my mid-30′s, I’m feeling satisfied in life. I got married earlier this year. I think there are a lot of [areas] where I figured out what I want. I know who I am and I’m proud of it.”

For more from Alison, visit Gotham-Magazine.com.

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Dustin Lance Black Covers 'Gay Times' Magazine, Dishes on 'Exciting' Marriage With Tom Daley

Dustin Lance Black strikes a pose on the January 2018 cover of Gay Times magazine, available on December 29!

Here’s what the 43-year-old Oscar-winning screenwriter of Milk had to share with the mag:

On the forgotten history of LGBTQ people: “Having a history would be very helpful, but that’s been robbed from us because of shame. Because if you dared write your history even 30 years ago you were considered a felon. You were considered mentally ill. It needs to be excavated. It needs to be popularised. It needs to be put out there.”

On his relationship with UK diving champion Tom Daley, whom he has been married to for seven months: “We’ve been together now almost five years and I’m still discovering new things about him and I feel really lucky about that. There’s a constant renewal to our relationship and I’ve never experienced anything like it. It’s really exciting. I mean, we’re certainly not two perfect people. We have fights. Although when we fight, we just get very, very quiet. And then we know we’re in trouble, one or the other! We’re certainly not doing it for public approval.”

On activism in the age of Trump: “It’s a mistake to wall ourselves off as LGBTQ people from our brothers and sisters in the civil rights movement and from people who pray to different gods. Those bridges need to be built as well and that’s how you keep people like Trump from being elected. If you subdivide people, we empower the Trumps – period! It’s our responsibility not to get lost in despair. It’s our responsibility to be energised by the horrific rollbacks we see happening.”

For more from Tom, visit GayTimes.co.uk.

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Maria Menounos Tells 'Women's Health' That Brain Tumor Was 'Best Thing That Ever Happened' To Her

Maria Menounos shows off her toned abs on the cover of Women’s Health January/February issue, available now.

Here’s what the 39-year-old television personality had to share with the mag:

On life before the brain tumor: “Before the brain tumor, I was super type A. I was on top of everything. I would know when your birthday was and make sure you had your flowers. I was everything to everyone, but nothing to myself. I didn’t know it at the time, but there was no self-compassion, no self-love. I didn’t think I deserved it.”

On ignoring self-care: “I hadn’t had a primary-care physician in eight, nine years. Do you know how many times I postponed the MRI that found my tumor? At least three times! Just a few months after we found my mom’s brain cancer, I started having similar symptoms: blurred vision, light-headedness, headaches. I was having trouble speaking. But my mom’s tumor was growing and I thought, I don’t have time to deal with my own issue, whatever it is. We’re so empathetic with everyone except ourselves.”

On finding the positive: “This whole thing has been such a gift. This happened for a reason. I’m a communicator. Would you believe me if I told you that the brain tumor is the best thing that ever happened to me? It’s freed me from all of that anxiety of having to be perfect. You can’t control everything; leave it to God and just say, ‘Okay, this is my journey.’”

For more of Maria‘s interview, pick up the January/February 2018 issue of Women’s Health or visit WomensHealthmag.com!

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