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Sarah Paulson Has a Message for the Haters of Her Relationship with Holland Taylor

Sarah Paulson is on the cover of Modern Luxury‘s portfolio!

Here’s what the Ocean’s 8 star had to share with the mag:

On her message to those who hate on her relationship with Holland Taylor: “If anyone wants to spend any time thinking I’m strange for loving the most spectacular person on the planet, then that’s their problem. I’m doing just fine.”

On how age will never keep her down: “If being older means all the roles I’m getting to play now because of all the ups and downs and hills and valleys proceeding it, I say bring it on. You have no idea what your life will look like and where you’ll be. And that’s just what makes life so sweet. You cross your fingers, take a deep breath and jump. And that’s really all you can do.”

On why she’s not concerned with her looks: “The more I can look in the mirror and not recognize myself, the more excited I am. We’re constantly faced with all these idea of beauty- things that Hollywood puts out there for us to gobble up. It’s very powerful when I look in the mirror and the first thing I’m thinking isn’t, ‘Are you pretty? Are you going to appeal to someone?’ I can work much more freely when I don’t have to concern myself with my looks.”

For more from Sarah, visit ModernLuxury.com.

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Kate McKinnon Reveals Why She Doesn't Talk About Her Personal Life

Kate McKinnon strikes a pose in a shot from her spread in GQ‘s comedy issue, which also features Sarah Silverman and Issa Rae.

Here’s what the 34-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On being most comfortable playing a character: “I feel like it’s easier for me to talk to people through the medium of sketch comedy. Ironically, if I’m in a wig, that’s my unadulterated self.”

On perfecting impressions and impersonations: “You can’t be judging someone as you’re embodying them. You have to find the point of connection – something you find delightful. Even if you’re intending to skewer someone, you also have to find something that you truly like about them. If you’re mean, it ain’t fun to watch. And if it ain’t fun to watch, they turn off the TV.”

On why she doesn’t share about her personal life: “I decided in my mid-20s that I didn’t feel comfortable sharing personal details like I had in the previous few years. And I just have run with that ever since….The reason I was a horrible stand-up comedian is that you must speak your utter truth with details – the realer and more gruesome, the better. And I just decided that I hated the feeling of doing that. I so much more loved the feeling of disappearing into a character that was saying what I wanted to say and came from my heart. But was not me.”

For more from Kate, visit GQ.com.

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Rashida Jones Explains Why She Turns Down Big Movie Roles

Rashida Jones is opening up in the latest issue of digital magazine PorterEdit about her decision to avoid roles in major films to maintain a level of privacy.

Here is what the 42-year-old actress shared with the mag:

On avoiding roles in big films because she doesn’t want that level of fame: “I am pretty fierce about my privacy. I have made career choices to protect it. I stopped going after big movies because what comes with it is, they want you to be as famous as possible. I don’t have the constitution to battle that.”

On the sexism she has experienced when writing male and female roles: “When I was writing ten years ago, I took what is typically considered a male character and would give it to the woman. I’d get feedback saying, ‘She’s not likeable’. I would think, ‘So f****** what. Every guy isn’t likeable, until he is.’ Women are taught to be nice. Men are taught to be powerful. I want to find a way to tell stories from a woman’s perspective that doesn’t feel like it’s been put in the mouth of a woman by a guy.”

On her decision to leave the writers’ team for Pixar’s Toy Story 4: “That situation was complicated. You look at their track record and it was one woman directing one film in 25 years, and she was fired. But that doesn’t look different from most studios in Hollywood. All I can be is myself, and speak up and be honest when I feel things don’t reflect the world as it today. As a corporation, you will be held accountable.”

For more from Rashida, visit Net-A-Porter.com.

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Michael B. Jordan Shows Off Six Pack Abs for 'Essence' Cover

Michael B. Jordan is putting his ripped physique on display for the cover of Essence‘s June 2018 issue, on newsstands May 25.

The 31-year-old Black Panther actor, who is currently promoting his upcoming HBO film Fahrenheit 451, is on his second Essence cover of the year.

“S/O to the baby oil lady! She did her thang on this one 😂. Honored to grace the cover of @essence for the 2nd time this year. Issue hits stands 5/25,” Michael wrote on his Instagram account.

Michael and the cast of Black Panther previously were featured on several special edition covers of the mag’s March issue.

For more from Michael, visit Essence.com!

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Ariana Grande Reflects on Life After the Manchester Bombing

Ariana Grande is sharing her thoughts following the horrific bombing at her concert last May 2017 in Manchester, England.

The 24-year-old “No Tears Left To Cry” singer and her manager Scooter Braun opened up in a new interview for Time. Here’s what they had to share with the mag:

Scooter on visiting Ariana at her grandmother’s home in Boca Raton, Fla., after the attack, when he asked her to do something he knew at the time was unfair: “I said, ‘We need to get a concert and get back out there.’ She looked at me like I was insane. She said, ‘I can never sing these songs again. I can’t put on these outfits. Don’t put me in this position.’”

Two days later, Ariana texted him, “Call me. I need to speak to you. … If I don’t do something, these people died in vain.” That’s when they decided to put on the One Love Manchester benefit concert.

Ariana on processing the events: “There are so many people who have suffered such loss and pain. The processing part is going to take forever. I don’t want to give [the attack] that much power. Something so negative. It’s the absolute worst of humanity. That’s why I did my best to react the way I did. The last thing I would ever want is for my fans to see something like that happen and think it won.”

“Music is supposed to be the safest thing in the world. I think that’s why it’s still so heavy on my heart every single day. I wish there was more that I could fix. You think with time it’ll become easier to talk about. Or you’ll make peace with it. But every day I wait for that peace to come and it’s still very painful.”

On naming her new album Sweetener: “When you’re handed a challenge, instead of sitting there and complaining about it, why not try to make something beautiful?”

For more from Ariana, visit Time.com.

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