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Lily Aldridge Goes for Gold on 'Hamptons' Magazine Cover

Lily Aldridge poses with designer Michael Kors for Hamptons magazine’s new Labor Day issue.

The 57-year-old fashion designer opened up about the 30-year-old Victoria’s Secret model appearing in his new fragrance ad campaign.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Lily Aldridge

“It doesn’t hurt at all. She’s on a yacht, and she’s at a party, and she sees a really cute guy and says, ‘Let’s get out of here,’” Michael said. “She’s wearing the most divine beaded dress, but she doesn’t care, and she jumps in the water and gets wet. We saw this in La Dolce Vita – just the idea of living life to its fullest.”

For more on Lily and Michael, visit Hamptons-magazine.com.

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Shawn Mendes Defends Justin Bieber: 'Stop ­Looking At Him in a ­Negative View'

Shawn Mendes chills out on the new cover of Billboard mag, on news stands on September 3rd.

Here’s what the 18-year-old “Treat You Better” singer had to share:

On Justin Bieber: “People thought of him as a type of person. But maybe he was the same person the whole time and you guys just didn’t give him a chance to show you who he was. Stop ­looking at him in a ­negative view and accept him as who he is. We don’t get mad at punk rock bands for doing shit like [he does], because that’s their personality. I just find it very confusing.”

On taking great care of his voice: “I’m very extreme about [caring for my voice]. Did people care about how a singer sounded live back in the day? I don’t really feel like they did. Not ­everything was being filmed. Today, one huge mess-up and millions are seeing it. There’s a lot more on the line nowadays. We’re so cautious and scared of messing up. It adds a lot of stress to a career.”

On being careful with his fans: “You’re one person. You can’t let them take everything from you. Because they will — not in a malicious way. They just love you. You have to be careful.”

On how he hates being alone: “People know me but they have no idea. I can’t be best friends with the entire world, I can’t fall in love with every girl, I can’t be a father figure or older-brother figure to every person. But I hate being alone. I just want someone there — to get out of my own head for a minute.”

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Emily Blunt Was 'Completely Sucked Into' Script of 'Girl on the Train'

Emily Blunt stares out a train window in this Entertainment Weekly preview of her upcoming movie The Girl on the Train.

“I read it, and I loved it,” Emily said of the script, which was adapted from the popular book of the same name. “I was completely sucked into it and thrilled by the idea that your protagonist was a blackout drunk. That’s very unusual. Especially in cinema, to have a woman who’s just so messed up at the forefront of the film.”

The Girl on the Train hits theaters on October 7, 2016. Luke Evans, Justin Theroux, Rebecca Ferguson, Haley Bennett, and more star.

For more from Emily, visit EW.com.

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Gina Rodriguez Opens Up About Shaving Her Head

Gina Rodriguez looks totally badass and beautiful on the new September 2016 cover of Latina magazine.

Here’s what the 32-yeaar-old Jane the Virgin star had to share with the mag:

On filming Deepwater Horizon:Peter Berg is a genius. Mark Wahlberg is a badass. John Malkovich, Kurt Russell, Kate Hudson—I learned so much from these people, from this cast, from this family. A lot of movies were offered to me after the Golden Globes—Jane opened so many doors—and when the Deepwater Horizon script came across my iPad, I was like, this is the movie I’m going to fight for. This is the one I want to do.”

On Latinas in Hollywood: “We are definitely helping one another. One thing that I love about Jewish culture is that anthill effect. Every ant brings food to the anthill and everybody eats. Sadly our culture has been living the crab-in-the-barrel effect. We’re so afraid there isn’t enough room for all of us that we fight to get to the top. We don’t need to do that. There’s room for all of us. We’re stronger in numbers. As Latinos, we put Barack [Obama] in office. We could do the same in making sure that Donald Trump doesn’t get in office. We are that strong.”

On shaving her head for a role: “I think it all plays into the idea of being your own hero and not feeling like you have to live up to other people’s expectations. I am not my beauty. Who I am is not my f-cking hair, and to be an actor is to transform. To represent a community is to commit, to give my entire all. So if I’m going to represent Latinos in the industry and in art, if I’m going to represent my little cousins in Chicago, they’re going to know that I went full out. Who are we afraid of? What are we afraid of? The worst thing that can happen is we die. Anything else you can handle.”

For more on Gina, visit Latina.com.

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Natalie Portman Talks Directing for 'Modern Luxury' Mag Cover

Natalie Portman looks stunning with bold red lips for the new September 2016 cover of Modern Luxury magazine.

The 35-year-old actress opened up to the mag about finding her voice as a first-time director on A Tale of Love and Darkness.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Natalie Portman

“I was uncomfortable in the beginning stating what I wanted all the time,” Natalie said.

She continued, “By the end, you get so good at saying, ‘I want this’ because everyone just wants you to be direct and clear and say what you want. And you know what you want. You don’t have to apologize for it.”

For more on Natalie, visit ModernLuxury.com.

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Troye Sivan & Lucky Blue Smith Face The Music on the Cover of 'V Magazine'

Troye Sivan, Taylor Hill, Lucky Blue Smith and Kacy Hill get provocative on the covers of V Magazine‘s Face The Music issue, on stands September 1.

Here’s what the four rising stars in music and modeling had to share with the mag:

Troye Sivan on his success: “The fact that everything is happening the way it is, it sends me into giggles. Like, the fact that I woke up last week and was like, ‘Oh, I just need to quickly fly across the country to do a photo shoot with Mario Testino and then fly back to play a show’ – I don’t know how else to process it but to laugh. Sometimes it feels like I’m in Zoolander. I went to the Billboard Awards, I was backstage, and Rihanna just casually walked by. I was like, What the fuck? Hilarious.”

Taylor Hill on not letting social media rule her life: “I’ve just learned to be myself. Social media is a huge part of my life, but I don’t post a steady rhythm of pictures. I don’t post at a certain time of day to get the most views. You learn to live your life with it.”

Lucky Blue Smith on his band, The Atomics: “Music for us was the biggest priority but modeling took off faster than we expected. So, that’s taken the lead for a little bit, but we’ve been writing and practicing the whole time.”

Kacy Hill on performing at Madison Square Garden: “I had a moment looking out at the audience. It was surreal. I realized how badly I want to be an artist and how badly I want people to feel the same way about my music. It was like, I really want this, for myself.”

You can meet Troye and Taylor during a signing at V Magazine in NYC on August 25 from 5 to 6 PM.

For more from Troye, Taylor, Lucky Blue and Kacy, visit VMagazine.com.

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Scott Eastwood Reflects on Life with Dad Clint

Scott Eastwood looks sexy in these brand new photo shoot pics from GQ Australia‘s September 2016 issue.

Here’s what the 30-year-old actor had to share:

On his dad Clint Eastwood: “As a younger kid there was kind of an aura of greatness. Like, he’s my hero. Now, I think every opportunity is an opportunity to hear another good story. The guy’s like a vault of stories. I try to pry as many stories as I can out of him. All of a sudden, you’ll get to a topic and you’ll be like, ‘Whoa, you and Frank Sinatra did what together?’ It’ll be stuff like that and you’re like, ‘Wait, stop, I need to hear this. You’re not going to be around forever, so…”

On his younger self: “I was learning f*cking lines behind the bar. Closing at like 3am, and then driving up to LA the next morning after five hours’ sleep. I’d totally burn an audition, not do well, and drive back home, bartending that night, doing it again over and over.”

For more from Scott, visit GQ.com.au.

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