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Amanda Seyfried Glamour’s March 2012 Cover Girl.

Amanda covers Glamour’s March 2012 issue in a floral top by Pierre Balmain, blue jeans by Hudson, and Candy Ice jewelry. Photography by Ellen Von Unwerth:

For the March issue, Amanda Seyfried sat down with writer Jada Yuan to talk about everything from making movies to making babies, and of course, a little chat about boys.

On whether Dominic Cooper was the last guy she loved:
“My God, yeah. He was my last real boyfriend. We still joke about having kids, like, ‘If it doesn’t work out with other people, we might as well just have a child.’ And there’s a part of that that feels … possible.”

Glamour: Have you been thinking at all about kids?

Amanda: Oh yeah, I think about kids all the time. I feel like the next person I commit to, that’s going to be the guy who I’m going to have kids with. That’s in my crazy female brain. So that’s why I’m like, “I can’t commit.”

Glamour: [After you broke up with Dom] You were mostly dating noncelebs. Was that hard?

Amanda: You learn very quickly what people are so enamored with, and it’s not necessarily me.

Glamour: It’s just the fame?

Amanda: I think it’s all the bullshit of the idea of someone who’s famous, which seems more exotic than the fact. You have to be careful whom you date, but I had a great time this summer.

Glamour: Are you going through the, how shall I say, “twenties slut” phase? [Laughs.]

Amanda: No! I’m terrified of being promiscuous. I don’t like the feeling you get when it’s not something that you truly want to do, and I hate the emotional abuse you give yourself afterward. It’s just uncomfortable when you’re with somebody and you’re like, “I don’t really know if I’m even comfortable with this. Why did I? Eww!” I think dating can come without sex.

Glamour: You are blowing some minds right now.

Amanda: I think that’s a really fun way to do it. Right now I’m happy to not have someone’s naked body around me. Except for my dog’s. [Laughs.]

Glamour: You have said you would never date your In Time costar Justin Timberlake. Why’s that?

Amanda: Oh, I think any female that meets him at first is like, “I want to date you.” He seems so perfect, but you get to know him, and he’s a good pal. He’ll tell you what he really feels. But, you know, he’s really famous, which has its downsides.

On if she feels competitive with other young actresses:
“Yeah, sometimes. But the funny thing is, the girls that I’m always up against for roles are pretty nice and cool, like Emma Watson. She’s awesome. She’s really funny and smart. And Carey Mulligan. It’s flattering to be up against her because she’s really good, and she’s cool too…I think the era of the diva actress is coming to an end.”

On watching Linda Lovelace’s Deep Throat:
“What surprised me is the amount of pubic hair! I’m pretty sure I would never do a full frontal in a movie – for personal reasons, I wouldn’t really want to show that.”

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Olivia Wilde opens up about divorce, dating, and what her mother taught her about beauty!

Olivia Wilde graces the June cover of Glamour magazine, and I think she looks amazing! Olivia will be seen next in ‘Cowboys vs. Aliens’ opposite Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford.

The ‘House M.D.’ opens up about her divorce from Tao Ruspoli, whom she married when she was 18, and getting back into the dating scene.

“The mark of a good marriage is partnership and continuing to feel inspired by your spouse,” she tells the magazine. “I had that with Tao. But the end is not necessarily the tragedy. Staying in a relationship that is no longer working is the tragedy. Living unhappily—that’s the tragedy.”

What does she think of getting married so young? “Everyone said it to me—and I had to figure it out for myself—but you change so much. I’ve learned it’s important to spend time in a relationship with yourself and not being defined by your partner.”

She was rumored to have dated Justin Timberlake (after his split from Jessica Biel) and Ryan Gosling recently. With that said, she says she’s not a player. “I wish I could play the field. But it’s so not me. I go 100 percent into everything. And I’m a really good girlfriend.”

“I’m opening up my heart to the idea of dating. It’s funny—my friends would always come to me for romantic advice, [but] I know nothing, and things have changed since I was dating in high school! I’m really trying hard to spend this time working on myself.”

Her mom taught her a thing or two about beauty. Of her mother, she said,  “She’s gorgeous and she taught me that a real feminist doesn’t apologize for her beauty. You can be a sexy, beautiful woman and be the smartest person in the room.”

Emma Stone in Glamour Magazine!

I love Emma Stone! In the new issue of Glamour Magazine, the actress opens up in a candid interview!

GLAMOUR: You’re one of Glamour’s new faces of Hollywood. Do you feel like one?

EMMA STONE: [Puts on a mock glamour face and breathes in a sexy voice.] Hell, yeah. [Laughs.] That’s really flattering. I just like to keep working and being able to pay my bills.

GLAMOUR: You got a Golden Globe nomination for Easy A. What were you thinking when that happened?

EMMA STONE: I didn’t expect it at all. And I got to sit next to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie [at the ceremony], so…

GLAMOUR: You did?

EMMA STONE: My mom was with me; she was my date. She was saying things [to them] like, “Do you have kids? Let me tell you something.” I was like, “Mom, you know they have kids. It’s Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. You are aware they have kids.” It was so awesome.

GLAMOUR: Moms can get away with that stuff! What’s the best advice she has given you?

EMMA STONE: Oh, my Lord. She is the greatest person on earth. She always helps me deal with things as they happen instead of planning them all out ahead of time. But that’s one of 600 billion pieces of advice she’s given me. [Laughs.]

GLAMOUR: As the story goes, you wanted to leave high school and move to L.A., and begged your parents with a PowerPoint presentation. You were obviously very driven. Were you also terrified?

EMMA STONE: I had massive anxiety as a child. I was in therapy. From 8 to 10, I was borderline agora-phobic. I could not leave my mom’s side. I don’t really have panic attacks anymore, but I had really bad anxiety. There was a lot of fear, but it was also very exciting.

GLAMOUR: Of all the careers you could have picked, this was the craziest, no?

EMMA STONE: But it got me out of that. It made me feel great. I started doing improv the year after my tough two years. It helped.

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Kate Winslet Named Most Glamorous 3rd Year in a Row!

Glamour Magazine’s readers picked Kate Winslet as their most Glamorous Woman of the year – for the third year in a row! Kate opens up in the magazine about everthing from botox (says she still hasn’t tried it) to her new HBO miniseries Mildred Pierce.

Here are some tidbits from the interview, you can read the full article here!

GLAMOUR: Here you are, playing a character who is described in James M. Cain’s novel as “fat and getting a little shapeless,” a woman who has “lost everything she had worked for.” For God’s sake, what’s the deal with your love of playing these angst-ridden women?
KATE WINSLET: [Laughs.] It’s my chance to challenge myself to the fullest, which is one of the great joys about this job…. I love it when a character requires me to look less than my red-carpet best. It’s more fun playing a character that requires you to look like dog s—t….I’ve never understood the notion that actors and actresses should look great on-screen just because they’re on-screen. That doesn’t make sense to me.

GLAMOUR: Which is ironic, because you have been voted Most Glamorous three years in a row by Glamour magazine’s readers.
KATE WINSLET: That is incredibly flattering, but it’s just so far from how I view myself. I mean, you are lucky my hair is even dry right now!

GLAMOUR: Do you have a personal trainer?
KATE WINSLET: [Continues laughing.] No. I just do my own stuff at home with the help of DVDs. A little bit of Pilates. And just recently I started running, but I’m not very good.

GLAMOUR: During your last interview for Glamour six years ago, you were asked what you were going to be like in five years. And you jokingly replied that you’d be doing liposuction and Botox. Have you changed your mind about not trying those cosmetic things?
KATE WINSLET: My face is still moving, right? No, I have never tried any of that stuff…. I don’t have parts of my body that I hate or would like to trade for somebody else’s or wish I could surgically adjust into some fantasy version of what they are.

GLAMOUR: I read that you were literally called “blubber” when you were a teenager because you were overweight.
KATE WINSLET: Yeah. Not when I was a teenager, actually—between the ages of 8 and 11. Looking back on it, I really wasn’t that heavy. I was just stockier than the other sporty, whippy-looking kids.

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