She runs the world! Beyoncé was named the most charitable celebrity of 2016 by DoSomething.org on their annual Celebs Gone Good list, which recognizes stars who use their fame for social change.
The pop superstar, 35, brought awareness to a number of causes this year, including Black Lives Matter, the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, and gender equality. Back in August, she brought the mothers of gun violence victims Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Oscar Grant and Trayvon Martin, often called the Mothers … read more
Wentworth Miller wants people who struggle with their sexuality to know it will get better and to always love themselves. As Attitude magazine’s Man of the Year for their 2016 Awards Issue, the Prison Break star spoke to the mag about finding one’s place in the world. “I would say what others have said: it gets better one day, you’ll find your tribe. You just have to trust that people are out there waiting to love you and celebrate you for who you are.”
Miller added, “In the meantime, … read more
Celebrities have an unspoken responsibility to reveal parts of their personal lives to the public.
Over the years, celebrities including Ellen DeGeneres and Neil Patrick Harris publicly revealed their sexuality, and today on National Coming Out Day (Oct. 11, 2016), we’re celebrating 17 stars who proudly discussed who they love openly in 2016.
Whether to a crowd or to an Instagram audience, public announcements regarding sexuality never fail to evoke deep emotions from the stars and their fans. This … read more
Miley Cyrus isn’t into labels. However, if she were to put one on herself, it’ll say that she identifies as pansexual.
Speaking to Variety, the “Wrecking Ball” singer reveals that she didn’t understand anything about sexuality until she started working with the LGBTQ community. Though she’s always felt a certain way about her life, she admits she didn’t realize you don’t have to put a label on gender identity until the recent years.
“My whole life, I didn’t understand my own … read more
Fox News aired an unbelievably racist segment on The O’Reilly Factor on Monday targeting Asians, specifically Chinese Americans.The segment, which I assume aired on Fox News ironically as it was definitely not news, has since gone viral, attracting much-deserved critique from viewers, journalists and celebrities alike.
As part of an ongoing segment, “Watters’ World,” on Bill O’Reilly’s so-called news show, Jesse Watters, a so-called journalist, traveled to New York City’s Chinatown to ask people … read more
Keeping secrets?! Venus Williams had no idea that younger sister Serena Williams would be making an appearance in Beyoncé’s 2016 visual album, Lemonade, until April 23, the day it premiered on HBO! “[Serena] didn’t tell me she was in it. She said, ‘Hey, you wanna watch the Beyoncé special? I’m in it,’ and it was that day!” the 36-year-old tennis star tells Us Weekly. Serena was one of the many celebs — in addition to Winnie Harlow, Zendaya, Amandla Stenberg and Halle and Chloe … read more
The last time I covered Bella Thorne, 18, she was snapchatting the process of getting her eyebrows tattooed. This was new to me, but apparently it’s popular in the bigger cities and many of you either had it done or knew people who had. I mention this because Bella is not the type of young celebrity (like say, Shailene Woodley) who keeps their private life locked down. She’s on Instagram, Snapchat, she’s getting papped very frequently and she recently announced a split from her boyfriend of … read more
Every year, a number of A-listers unite to empower the young Americans of our generation as they gear up to go back to school, to promote conversations about important and timely social issues, sparking ideas and inspiring action. This celeb gathering helps promote the WE Movement (as part of WE Day, of course), which inspires people to live WE by taking action on issues and creating systemic change in communities around the world.
The star-studded lineup for the telecast, which is broadcasted on … read more
While Kaia Gerber follows in model mom Cindy Crawford’s footsteps, it’s Cindy’s turn to catch up with the teenage beauty. In a new series for Teen Vogue, the catwalk mother-daughter duo sat down for an interview, except Cindy was the one asking the questions of the fashionable 14-year-old. “You’re so much more confident than I was! I didn’t start modeling until I was nearly 17,” the iconic supermodel told her only daughter. “You have a sense of what feels right for you. I don’t worry about you staying … read more
Zayn Malik is one of four “rebels” chosen to cover Elle UK’s September issue, along with Kristen Stewart, Amandla Stenberg and Hari Nef. You can see the other covers here. Elle created both a black and white and a color cover (below) for him. It’s a nice cover, albeit not too exciting. His eyes though *swoons*. Zayn is still promoting his Mind of Mine album and his solo career. In the bit that Elle released of the interview, he discusses music, Mom and marriage… no, not really. He speaks … read more
Zayn Malik has offered a rare insight into his relationship with supermodel Gigi Hadid and his debilitating insecurities.
Stepping into his girlfriend’s territory with a cover for ELLE UK’s September Issue, the former One Direction singer reveals that the Victoria’s Secret model’s real appeal is not her looks, but her beautiful mind.
‘She’s super intelligent,’ Zayn, 23, gushed about 21-year-old Gigi in a candid one-to-one. ‘I think that’s why it works so well. And we do the same type of job so we … read more
Following the shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, Beyoncé has penned an open letter urging political action be taken against the tragic killings. In a post titled “Freedom” on her website, the singer begs society to “stop killing us” and explains why black lives truly matter.
“We are sick and tired of the killing of young men and women in our communities,” she begins. “We don’t need sympathy. We need everyone to respect our lives.”
“We’re going to stand up as … read more
Jaden Smith landed the August 2016 cover of NYLON, becoming the first dude in the magazine’s 17-year-history to have a solo cover.
And how fitting that it’s Smith to make such history, and just days before his 18th birthday (July 8, 2016) at that.
Smith talked gender fluidity, fashion, his favorite emoji, having famous parents, his role in The Get Down, and much more with the magazine. His closest friends and colleagues (Nicolas Ghesquière, Tavi Gevinson, and Moises Arias) also add their … read more
Kylie Jenner is no stranger to controversy, as she’s posed for a magazine cover in a gilded wheelchair and dated a 25-year-old rapper at only 17 (whom she’s still, unfortunately, dating). The 18-year-old reality star is also a repeat offender of cultural appropriation, especially when she wears her hair in cornrows. On Friday, Jenner posted a selfie showing off her braided hair on Instagram, immediately drawing the ire of her fans. Twitter was not happy with her photo, and commenters lashed out … read more
Believe it or not, though we are merely one day into July, September magazine covers have started dropping. Magazines are officially worse than back-to-school sales. Elle UK is blazing the September cover trail and is, at least, easing the pain by giving us four cover stars.
Yes, four different people cover the “Rise Of The Rebel” issue. Y’all ready for ’em? Zayn Malik First up is Zayn, dubbed the “The Popstar Refusenik,” who continues his streak brooding on the cover of magazines. While … read more