Bollywood actor Salman Khan Spotted with Sonakshi Sinha, Shatrughan Sinha
Kim Kardashian covers the February Glamour, and in an interview with Katie Couric she talks about her love life and career and goes back to not regretting her Playboy spread.
"It's easier to just be single and not have a relationship. How do you get to know someone on a reality show? Some people think that they can handle it, and then they really can't."
On being a sex symbol:
"It's definitely powerful. I don't find myself as sexy as everyone thinks. I'm a lot more insecure than people would assume, but with little stupid things. When I get dressed, I'm always so indecisive."
On being in Playboy:
"It was an independence thing for me. I was always by the book, such the straight arrow when it came to pleasing my parents and being a good daughter. I felt like this was one decision that only I could make. And I think it looks great. I'll have those pictures forever."
On having every aspect of her family's life recorded:
"If there's something that we're going through, it's going to get out anyway. It'll be on the cover of a tabloid, and it'll be twisted the completely wrong way. So why not tell our story?"
On women being comfortable with their body:
"It's a process. You have to learn to accept it. You have to learn to like what you see in the mirror. There are definitely times when I don't feel like myself, but you have to fake it until you make it."
Olivia Munn sports a surprised look on the cover of Audrey magazine’s Spring 2011 issue.
Here is what the 30-year-old Perfect Couples actress had to share with the mag:
On wanting respect from the industry: “Nobody wants to be un-liked. You want people to respect you. It’s really annoying, those people who go, ‘I just want to do art.’ Really? ’Cause why aren’t you doing community theatre in Missouri? You’re out here busting your ass for a Taco Bell commercial. … I think once everybody is honest with themselves on what they’re searching for, you can break down what truly matters at the end of the day.”
On dating in Hollywood: “Over the last year, I’ve dated guys that, if people knew, would be on the cover of magazines. But they don’t find out because I say, ‘hey, would you like to go to Valencia?’ Some people go to restaurants that are so popular. They say it’s really good food. You’re like, ‘what food is worth that?’ The lobster ceviche will be just as good in a to-go box.”
On handling fame: “I feel like I’ve been given a lot and I try to say thank you. The only thing I ask of myself is to try to keep my personal life personal. I will take as many pictures as you want, I will try to answer every single question under the sun, and the reason I’m doing that is so you’ll realize that I just have to keep something for myself.”
Amanda Seyfried covers the March issue of Interview, opening up to Timberlake about the comparisons between her new movie — Red Riding Hood — and The Twilight Saga.
“I think it’s hard not to compare ‘Red Riding Hood’ because Catherine [Hardwicke] directed the first Twilight. But ‘Red Riding Hood’ is a very different film. I mean, yeah, there’s a love triangle, and people can easily compare the relationship between Kristen Stewart and those two guys in ‘Twilight’ to the Valerie, Henry, and Peter characters in this movie, but we have so many elements that make it completely different,” she says.
On being multi-talented: ‘I think my singing background has actually helped me tremendously. It certainly has something to do with why I am doing what I am doing today. So, obviously, it means something. But people just don’t seem to feel like it’s as important to have a variety of skills as a performer like that anymore.’
On whether her parents always supported her interest, even as a child performer: ‘Oh, yeah. They loved it. I honestly think they were as cool as parents get. They loved me being happy. They both worked, but they both had enough time to spend with me. So I didn’t really go into the arts for any specific reason. It was just to find a vessel for all of my energy. And also because I’m not good at anything else. I’m just really not equipped for, say, academics or sports.’
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Penelope Cruz looks stunning as she possed for Marie Claire France magazine for this March 2011 issue.
More Penelope Cruz pictures:
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Michelle Trachtenberg is showing off her sexy side for Maxim’s latest issue.
* How does it feel to be on the cover of Maxim: ‘Oh, goodness. It’s exciting. I know that everyone at my high school who used to torture me and bully me is going to get a copy of it, so I’m thrilled. That’s going to be really exciting.’
* So revenge is a dish best served naked: [Laughs] ‘I’m not naked. Shame on you. But I was rather flat- chested in high school, so I was picked on all the time. I think I’ve made up for it. Maybe a bit late, but they’re here now.’
* So it’s time to unleash them on the world: ‘Just a bit. Just to tease. I was actually really, really happy with the shoot. There was an element of sexiness but still an element of mystery. I don’t want to show you too much, because, you know, that’s for me in the bedroom.’
Kim Kardashian has just shared her Harper’s Bazaar cover on her official website before it hit stands.
OMG! My cover spread for Harper’s Bazaar just came out and I love the way the photos turned out!! The photos were shot by the amazing Terry Richardson and this has got to be one of my favorite shoots I’ve ever done.
Elizabeth Taylor is one of my all time favorite Hollywood style icons. She epitomizes Hollywood glamour and beauty and to have the opportunity to interview her for this article was such an honor!!
Stunning Ms Candice Swanepoel photographed by Seven Meisel for the February 2011 cover of Italian Vogue magazine. Candice is clad in Blumarine jacket with bracelets and rings coming from the same brand, while she wears Eres panties and Remas earings, all selected by magazine's fashion editor Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele
The 41-year-old actress modelled herself on Brigitte Bardot for a new shoot for Allure magazine.
The beautiful actress stated among many things that she finds The Bachelor fascinating but not for the same reasons most of the show’s fans find it fascinating. Jennifer also revealed that she hated her infamous “Rachel” haircut from when she was on Friends.