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Troye Sivan Poses Shirtless With 'Coach' on His Head for 'Wonderland' Magazine Cover

We’re digging Troye Sivan‘s brand-new cover shoot for Wonderland magazine’s Spring 2018 issue, available in March.

The 22-year-old “My My My!” singer struck a pose white shirtless for one of the covers, on which he wears a Coach SS18 accessory on his head.

For another cover, Troye lounges on a bed in a dark tank top and pants, and for the third, he sits with his arms crossed in a white t-shirt, black pants, and a gold belt.

Inside the issue, Troye spills on his “gay icons (spoiler, they include Cher, Madonna and Lady Gaga), his dream come true performance on SNL,” and more, according to their website.

You can pre-order the issue at

See the covers below…

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Chadwick Boseman & 'Black Panther' Cover Essence's New Issue

Chadwick Boseman poses on the cover of Essence magazine‘s March 2018 issue, on newsstands February 23.

There are three covers for the issue – one with Chadwick going solo, one of him and Black Panther co-stars Michael B. Jordan, Daniel Kaluuya, and Forest Whitaker, and another with the film’s female stars Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Angela Bassett, and Letitia Wright.

Here is what the stars had to say:

Danai on what the role meant to her: “The idea of creating a scenario where you’re seeing very powerful, empowered Africans is really thrilling to me, something my heart, soul and spirit yearned to see…”

Lupita on the wonder of Wakanda: “For me, as an African in this film, to walk on set and to see these incredible costumes and hairdos, these are the things I grew up seeing, but they’ve just been elevated to a fantastical place. We’re going to experience the richness of the continent, because the continent is what has informed us of what Wakanda could be…”

Letitia on the importance of the film: “We understand the responsibility. That it can shift mind-sets. I can be a Black superhero. I can be a scientist. I’m a queen. I’m a young prince. It’s not about me. It’s bigger than me. It’s bigger than all of us…”

For more from the issue, visit

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Danielle Herrington Is Sports Illustrated Swim's 2018 Cover Model!

Model Danielle Herrington is on the cover of Sports Illustrated Swim‘s 2018 issue, on sale now!

The 24-year-old model spoke in the issue about gracing the cover of the magazine.

“I can’t even believe I’m saying this. I am the 2018 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model. I can’t wait for everyone to see it. I’m emotional, but I just want to say thank you to everyone who believed in me. I put in so much work for this and I’m feeling very accomplished, happy and excited,” she said.

Danielle is the third African American model to grace the cover, including Tyra Banks (1997) and Beyonce (2005).

If you didn’t know, Kate Upton was the magazine’s cover model last year.

For more from Danielle, visit

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Lupita Nyong'o Recalls the Time She Shaved Her Head

Lupita Nyong’o is on the cover of Allure magazine’s Culture of Hair issue, on national newsstands on February 20.

Here’s what the Black Panther star had to share with the magazine:

On shaving her head as a teenager: “I went into the hair salon, and I said, ‘Let’s cut it off.’ It was almost a dare to myself: Can I live without hair? He shaved it right off. It was so scary but so liberating because I went completely bald.”

On the language of hair: “I like the term ‘kinky.’ Some people don’t like that term, but when I think about my hair, I think of it as African kinky hair.”

On fame: “What fame does is there is an illusion of familiarity that is cast into the world. So it’s about negotiating with that illusion because oftentimes you encounter people who have encountered you, but you haven’t encountered them. It’s a little weird to find your footing. I have to be aware of that possibility, not imprisoned by it. It’s like, how do I find freedom within that awareness?”

For more from Lupita, visit

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Reese Witherspoon Reveals How She Combats Her Fears

Reese Witherspoon gets her close up on the cover of Marie Claire‘s March 2018 issue, on newsstands February 20.

Here’s what the A Wrinkle in Time star had to share with the mag:

On her connection to A Wrinkle in Time: “I read it in sixth grade and I just loved it. I thought I was Meg Murry. I didn’t really know where I fit it in the world. I knew there were bigger ideas than the place I lived, and it gave me this idea that I could accomplish things or that that I could be part of a bigger story.”

On supporting women-lead films: “…It shouldn’t just be about financial success. We should have as many opportunities to fail as we do succeed. Because artistry is not about succeeding always. It’s about having the courage to try and put out into the world new ideas.”

On combating fear: “I see [fear] as this little creature that lives in my life all the time, and I can either pay it attention and not get anything done or I can march ahead and ignore it. …sometimes I just have to jump two feet into a cold pool and go, OK, I believe in myself enough, I know I work hard. I know I can always bet on myself.”

For more from Reese, visit

FYI: Reese is wearing Proenza Schouler on the cover.

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