My bible. As a severely addicted pop culture junkie, EW is my go-to source for all the latest in celebrity hook-ups, movie reviews, behind-the-scenes TV features, music, theatre, and more. I look forward to it every Friday and devour it cover-to-cover instantly. I would kill to work for them someday. Fun Fact: I almost did. I was one of eight interviewed (out of nearly 100 applications) for a web internship not long after PSA’s launch. Continue reading
Lea graces the cover of Teen Vogue next, the interview for which was led by her GBF and former Glee co-star, Jonathan Groff. Read a snippet here and catch the full feature when the issue hits stands in March.
Daryl Dixon himself made the cover of Men’s Fitness this month! Wonder why … oh, right. Read the full article here.
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Did you seriously expect anyone else? LOLOLOLOLOL. Continue reading
‘Glee’s Bad Girl’ finds herself gracing the Nov. 21 cover of the music mag. This afternoon, the actress/singer posted the image on her Instagram account with the caption, “Mamì was a rolling stone…hits stands Nov 21st!!!”
Still riding the wave of her recently released single, she told Rolling Stone in September, “I’ve been waiting for this day ever since I was a little girl. It’s always been my dream to release my own music. I love writing, and I wrote this song, so to see something that I’ve been wanting to do forever come true is amazing. Seeing my solo stuff on iTunes right now is blowing my mind.”
Sporting a sultry stare, stilettos, and legs for days, the starlet looks smokin’ hot and ready to start the next phase of her career. With a full solo album on the way and a wedding to come, all we can do is sit back and watch her sizzle. Seriously, try to tear your eyes away.
OK, so she’s not really the cover, she’s the flip cover, and the issue is out Friday, according to Rolling Stone.
Glee superstar Lea Michele covers ELLE for their December issue, looking fierce and fab. She let loose the first few intimate details we’ve heard about how she coped in the aftermath of Monteith’s passing, namely where she hid from the onslaught of media pressure. Continue reading