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Claire Danes for VOGUE Magazine

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Claire Danes graces the August cover of VOGUE magazine.

The Homeland actress looks right at home in front of the camera, as she poses for famed photographer Annie Leibovitz.

In this issue, Danes chats it up about taking her now-memorable role in Homeland, being a new mother, and more. Canes even reveals how ‘stuck’ she felt when she wasn’t actively working as an actress. Check out some highlights from her interview below.

On declaring her profession at age nine:

“ ‘Money or no money, I have to act. There’s no plan B. That’s it.’ So I went to Lee Strasberg and desperately tried to feel the wind!”

On feeding her son Cyrus at a awards ceremony;

“I went on the red carpet, went upstairs, fed Cyrus. Went into the ceremony, got the award, went back to feed Cyrus, went out again. . . . Then it was ‘Now you meet the president.’ ”

“I had these new boobs; I’m wearing a big Jessica Rabbit dress, and I’d been living in sweat pants for so long. . . . It was strange. It was dreamy, surrounded by my parents and my husband. It was one of the best nights of my life because of this perfect mash-up.”

On her admiration for Jennifer Lawrence and Carey Mulligan:

“I’m so impressed by Jennifer Lawrence and Carey Mulligan,” she says. “They have this exquisite taste. They are very gifted in their ability to make great choices. I didn’t have that rudder.”

For Danes’ complete interview, visit VOGUE.com.

 

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Katy Perry’s July Cover of VOGUE Magazine

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Katy Perry is covered in roses for the July cover of VOGUE magazine.

Perry was photographed by Annie Liebovitz for the issue, which hits newsstands tomorrow (June 18). vintage dress.

 The singer’s feature focuses on her life, career, her new outlook on love and much more.  And with her new found friendship with actor Robert Pattinson, this will definitely be an issue you want to pick up!

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Rihanna Covers Vogue Magazine [Photo Spread & Interview Snippets]

 

A few days ago, we showed you a sneak peek at Rihanna‘s Vogue cover. now we have the official cover, spread photos and interview snippets. In this in=depth interview, RiRi discusses her father’s betrayal, Matt Kemp, the music industry and being a role model.

Rihanna on:

moving on after Matt Kemp
“I just kind of shut down from that. I just let it go. I don’t ever want to have to depend on a relationship. I think it’s a really hard thing to find love. It’s beautiful. Nothing can match it. But I want to make sure that I find other things in life that I love besides love.”

her music after the assault-
“It actually gave me a lot of liberation. What I mean is, I was able to tap into the personal part of my music. I started to tell stories through my music that were actually my stories. My album before that, there was still a little bit of protection, there was still an innocence to me. And what that time in my life did was kind of wake people up: it’s not all bed of roses. My life is like yours.”

“It made me look at the world in a much bigger way because my life was suddenly superduper magnified; all eyes were on me. I needed that in my life to know how to say, ‘F—k off.’ To know how to keep my head high even in the worst situations. I keep using the word unapologetic. But there is a freedom that has come with all of that. Where you feel like you don’t have to make an excuse for being yourself.”

her father’s acts of betrayal
“[The assault incident] was the first time my dad went to the press and just told them a bunch of lies…he never called to find out how I was doing, if I was alive, nothing. He just never called. He went straight to the press and got a check. And now he does it again. Now, I’m like “Whatever, I tried”. (In reference to him selling her childhood photos recently).

It really makes me question what I have become to my father. Like, what do I even mean to him? It’s really strange. That’s the only word I can think of to describe it, because you grow up with your father, you know him, you are a part of him, for goodness’ sakes! And then he does something so bizarre that I can’t begin to wrap my mind around it. You hear the horror stories about people going behind people’s backs and doing strange things, but you always think, ‘Not my family. My father would never do that to me.’”

the pressures of being a role model
“Pop icons nowadays are very fearless, unapologetic, edgy, and it’s a lot for people to swallow sometimes. Because people still think pop star equals role model, but it’s almost impossible to walk that line. I’ve struggled with it and have come to the conclusion that I can live my life for me.”


Source Vogue Magazine via Necole Bitchie and RihannaDaily.com

Sneak Peek at Rihanna’s VOGUE Cover

 

Fans have been anxiously waiting to see Rihanna‘s highly talked about Vogue cover. Thanks to MissJia.com, we have a sneak peek at the cover. The “S&M” singer was photographed by renowned photographer Annie Liebovitz. The cover above is the April issue of Vogue.

In Case You Missed it: Sean ‘P Diddy’ Combs in VOGUE

Entrepreneur Sean ‘P Diddy’ Combs, alongside model Natalia Vodianova engaged in a visually stimulating photo shoot by Annie Leibovitz for VOGUE. The title of the shoot was ‘Brief Encounter’, which was inspired by Diddy’s album Last Train to Paris. Most of the pictures were taken in New Jersey.

This is one of the few times where the saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words,” stays true to its meaning.

Here’s a snippet of the article:

Trains are a key feature of Last Train to Paris, the new Sean “Diddy” Combs album, and as far as Diddy sees it, trains mean love. “Trains are very intense, very sensual,” he was saying recently while taking a car to a plane after a long day on tour. “Trains are related to the rhythm of your heart. It’s the intensity—trains keep you in thought, you know?”

Get the complete story and Diddy’s take on the meaning behind Last Train To Paris in the February issue of VOGUE.

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