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Bad Bunny Shows Off Cool Style in New 'W Magazine' Cover Spread, Talks About Exciting Movie Role

Bad Bunny has one of the most unique senses of style in today’s music business and he put his fashionable side on display for W Magazine‘s Music issue.

The 27-year-old singer opened up to the magazine about his various writing processes, if he’s making a political choice by singing and speaking in Spanish, and his role in the upcoming movie Bullet Train with Brad Pitt.

Click inside to find out what he shared… More Here! »

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Lil Nas X Gets Real About Clapping Back at Trolls In 'Entertainment Weekly's Pride Issue

Lil Nas X goes shirtless on the new cover of Entertainment Weekly.

The 22-year-old musician shares the Pride issue with MJ Rodriguez, Lena Waithe and Bowen Yang, and all four opened up about their trailblazing careers.

In Lil Nas X‘s feature, he opened up about his actions on social media prior to getting his big break.

“When I first got famous, I would block everybody,” he shared, recalling the trolls who flooded (and continue to flood) his mentions. “But now it’s like, okay, cool. For me, I would rather somebody hate the s*** out of me when they’re talking about me rather than not say anything at all, because that’s giving more power to my name.”

Now, he has the mentality of clapping back at the naysayers when they come out.

“I’m very much a chaotic, good person,” he added. “I almost never want to start shooting at somebody who didn’t bring it to my doorstep, you know? But I kind of live for when somebody tries to get me and I’m ready to throw it back at them tenfold. Do I feel bad about it sometimes? Every now and then, but I feel less bad knowing that I didn’t start it. I try to never throw stones, but if somebody throws one at me, I’m throwing an entire house.”

Check out the gallery below to see Lil Nas X, Lena, MJ and Bowen‘s covers!

Lil Nas X just announced some very exciting news!

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Billie Eilish's British Vogue Cover Makes Major History!

Billie Eilish just made history again!

The 19-year-old “bad guy” singer just recently shared her stunning British Vogue June 2021 cover on her Instagram, and the post actually brought in over 1 million likes, making it the fastest post of all time to hit that amount.

In her caption of the image, Billie thanked the creative team and the “british vogue team for respecting my vision and making this come to life.”


In a recently released video from British Vogue, Billie is featured on their ‘Ask a Legend’ video series.

There, she’s answering a lot of questions from the likes of Halle Berry, Avril Lavigne and Melanie Chisholm, and many more stars.

Check it out below now!

Earlier today, it was revealed that Billie will be one of the co-chairs for this year’s Met Gala. See who else will be hosting beside her!

Demi Lovato Opens Up About Her 'Sober In Moderation' Decision With 'Paper' Magazine

Demi Lovato is a glamorous alien on the cover of Paper magazine.

In the issue, the 28-year-old singer opens up about her new documentary, Dancing With The Devil, which is out this week.

Here’s what she had to share:

On the ups and downs of the past year: “Going back over the past year, I thought my life was going to turn out a lot differently than it has. At one point I was engaged to a man, and now I’m very much not. And so I just wanted to allow myself the freedom to match my outside to what I feel like on the inside, and that’s what I’ve done.”

On ignoring the negativity: “I think it was right after I got out of rehab in 2018. I saw an article somewhere that said I was morbidly obese, and that is the most triggering thing that you could possibly write about somebody with an eating disorder. That sucked, and I wanted to quit, I wanted to use, wanted to give up. And then I just realized that if I don’t look at those things then they can’t affect me. So, I stopped looking and I just really try not to look at anything negative. I think the positives outweigh the negatives. I think that if they didn’t, I wouldn’t be doing this.”

On her choice to be “sober in moderation”: “The way that I’ve come about it is, I went back to treatment after [the overdose], in 2019, after slipping up with substances. I had done so well with my eating disorder, in comparison to the years before. And when I went back, my therapist, my eating disorder specialist there, was like, ‘How do you feel with food recovery?’ And I was like, ‘I feel really great, but I think it’s because I’ve legalized so much.’ I feel like I wanted to get a great understanding of it for myself before I told the world about it, and also, it’s just really important to note that just because I am trying this doesn’t mean it’s for everybody. Just like the dogmatic views of complete sobriety, that isn’t a one size fits all solution for everybody.”

Here are all the new things we’ve learned about Demi from Dancing With The Devil, so far.

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Lakeith Stanfield Talks Playing William O'Neal In 'Judas & The Black Messiah' With 'Flaunt'

Lakeith Stanfield goes shirtless under his tweed jacket in this shot from his Flaunt magazine cover story.

The 29-year-old actor, wearing Bottega Veneta in the feature, opened up about taking on the role of William O’Neal in Judas and the Black Messiah – a role that just earned him his first Oscar nomination.

“I realized that in order to be able to play him, I had to find some human element that aligned me with him,” Lakeith told the magazine about playing the role of the historical Black Panther member and secret FBI agent.

He adds, “People aren’t only what they do. There’s a multiplicity and complexity to what it means to be human, and I wanted to find those details, to see if I couldn’t attack it from that way.”

Lakeith added that he can’t “really seek to ‘justify’ what he did, because to me that’s kind of the same as judging it. But I did want to just understand…What I came up with was better than my initial judgement, which was just like ‘F*** this guy, he’s just this fearful coward, he sold out Chairman Fred Hampton.’ While there may be some truth to some of those things, I think he wanted to be free. He wanted the same things that Chairman Fred Hampton wanted—to an extent. Freedom. To be free from the shackles of things that you feel are oppressing you.”

Judas and the Black Messiah, also starring Daniel Kaluuya, was also nominated for five other categories, including Best Picture. You can watch the trailer for the movie here…

Lakeith also opened up about playing the villain in the movie.

“Sometimes things that are heroic don’t always look heroic…Sometimes you have to say and do things that are maybe not so favorable, for the betterment of pushing and moving things forward, and making a better life,” he says. “All of those things to me, are heroic things. If you can live life in the spirit of that truth, then you, my friend, are a hero.”

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Elliot Page Covers 'Time,' Talks Coming Out as Transgender, Top Surgery, & More

Elliot Page is fronting his very first magazine cover after coming out as transgender late last year and we’re highlighting his Time profile here!

Here’s what the 34-year-old The Umbrella Academy star, who wore Saye sneakers, had to share…

On how he feels after coming out: “This feeling of true excitement and deep gratitude to have made it to this point in my life mixed with a lot of fear and anxiety.”

On his marriage to Emma Portner, which ended last year: “We’ve remained close friends.”

On the isolation of the pandemic helping him understand his gender identity: “I had a lot of time on my own to really focus on things that I think, in so many ways, unconsciously, I was avoiding..I was finally able to embrace being transgender and letting myself fully become who I am.”

On his decision to get top surgery: “It has completely transformed my life.”

On having his platform: “My privilege has allowed me to have resources to get through and to be where I am today and of course I want to use that privilege and platform to help in the ways I can.”

On how he defines his sexuality right now: “During our interviews, Page will repeatedly refer to himself as a ‘transgender guy.’ He also calls himself nonbinary and queer, but for him, transmasculinity is at the center of the conversation right now. ‘It’s a complicated journey,’ he says, ‘and an ongoing process.’”

For more from Elliot, visit

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Stacey Abrams Talks About Creating Change & What She Wants to Do Next

Stacey Abrams is rightfully on the cover of the Changemakers Issue for Marie Claire‘s April 2021 issue.

The voting rights activist and former Georgia gubernatorial candidate has been credited with helping the Democrats regain control of the Senate thanks to her work in the state. Here is what she shared with the mag:

On her success: “My success is tied at the most base level with the success of my people, and my people are the South. My people are Americans. My people are people of color. My success can only ever be real if I’m doing it for the success of others.”

On defending voting rights: “I want to be defending voting rights. I want us to effectively leverage the census and redistricting, and I want us to serve the disproportionately harmed communities. I want us to rebuild the public infrastructure of the South, using COVID not as an excuse for what was broken but as a template for what we need to do right.”

On change: “Because there’s nothing permanent about the change that we’re making until people believe it’s a change they should defend and maintain. And so every election, every fight, you’ve got to remind people that they have the capacity to win, and you have to do it anew.”

On continuing her work in Georgia: “If you can do it [in Georgia], you can prove that it is possible in enclaves that have given up. If you can do this stuff in the Deep South— if you can elect a Black Southern preacher and a Jewish son of an immigrant to the U.S. Senate while Donald Trump sits in the White House, then, by God, everything else is possible.”

For more from Stacey, visit

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