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Sofia Vergara opens up in the new Harper’s Bazaar: “I don’t believe in a natural look, unless you’re Gisele Bundchen”

Sofia Vergara, who celebrated 41st birthday this week, graces Harper’s BAZAAR’s August cover and kicks off season three of “The Look,” talking curves, favorite designers, and eating the world’s most expensive ice cream sundae with host and executive editor Laura Brown.

Is it ever a bit exhausting, being a bombshell 24 hours a day? She shakes her head. “No. I’m Latin; I do it no matter what. It’s automatic. I shower, do hair and makeup. For me, it’s like shaving. I don’t believe in a natural look. Lipstick brightens your face! Unless you’re Gisele Bündchen or 19, you need something.”

On her Hermès Birkin bag collection: “I tell [my son] Manolo, ‘If I don’t have enough money for your college this month, you have to sell the Birkins.’” She tells her business manager, “What would you prefer? Me popping champagne bottles and doing drugs and wasting money or buying bags? These are valuable. These, Manolo can sell!’”

On her role in Modern Family: “I don’t think there’s ever going to be a better part for me,” she says. “But I do think—and my son and boyfriend agree with me—that I could play a crazy psychopath. I’m not joking.”

On her boyfriend, Nick Loeb: “He’s really handsome. He’s six foot four, and he has blue eyes and a lot of black hair.” Vergara pauses. “Or it used to be black. Now it’s got a lot of white in it. Nick says all the white hair came from me.”

While their marriage plans are under wraps for now, the pair divide their time between a Manhattan apartment and one on the Wilshire Corridor in Los Angeles, which they use when Vergara is filming. “I’m very independent, so it’s been a process for me, learning to live with somebody,” she admits.

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Amanda Seyfried lands the August cover of Elle Magazine, talks about her future husband: He is “just a fantasy right now”

Amanda Seyfried looks gorgeous on the new cover of Elle Magazine! The Lovelace actress opens up about her rules for sexual attraction, her current crush, and her decision to take on the title role in the racy new film Lovelace.

On accepting the title role of Linda Lovelace in the upcoming feature film Lovelace, in theaters Aug. 9:

“I read the script and I was like, ‘Wow, this is the riskiest thing that’s happening [in Hollywood] right now.’ The first thing you think about is that it could have ruined my career. At the same time, I was like, ‘This is my chance to show them, to show the industry, to be recognized.’”

On the need for physical attraction in a relationship:

“Everybody I’ve dated I’ve been sexually attracted to immediately. Sparks don’t grow- your vagina doesn’t become more inclined to wanting someone just because you’re around them.”

On her ex-boyfriend Dominic Cooper:

“We love each other… He’ll always be in my life regardless of what his girlfriends or future wife think.  I’m never going to be with a guy that can’t deal with my friendship with him.”

On her current crush:

“[He’s] someone separate from my industry life- I’ve known him since he was 16… I picture him as the father of my children all the time. But it is a fantasy right now.”

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Christie Brinkley poses with her lookalike daughter in Bella NYC

Christia Brinkley and her lookalike daughter Sailor posed together in Bella NYC’s summer issue. The former supermodel and her 15-year-old daughter look absolutely gorgeous!

59-year-old Christie proudly shared the photo on Twitter, writing: “Sailor, Chester and me on our first cover together since Sailor started modeling!”

Christie has mixed emotions about her daughter growing up. “It seems like yesterday that I was holding her in my arms, and now she’s standing next to me, this radiant beauty.”

Beautiful!

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A very different looking Jennifer Lopez lands the latest cover of W Magazine

Jennifer Lopez lands the cover of W Magazine, and she looks absolutely gorgeous on the cover (although different, right?). For the interview, W sent their reporter to the Bronx home where Jennifer grew up. Jennifer met the reporter at her former home, and they stood outside talking about her past.

Her longtime manager, Benny Medina, who has been the greatest constant in her life and who was with us that day, was curious to know if she had gone to a nearby school, across the boulevard from the house. “Is that the way you went to school?” he asked. “No,” Lopez said, looking in the direction of a giant building two blocks away. “But that’s the way I came back from school.” She laughed again and then grew quiet when Medina asked if she wanted to knock on the door of her childhood house. “No. I don’t want to go inside,” she said. “The last time I was in there was when my mom and dad called us home to tell us that they were separating after 33 years of marriage. I think that’s why I was nervous about coming here today. It’s like seeing someone from the past—you’re afraid to run into them because you never know if it’s going to be ‘wow’ or very difficult. This is a combination of both.”

Jennifer moved away 26 years ago, when she was 18-years-old. She went on to study dance at the Ballet Hispanico.

“My mom and I butted heads,” Lopez told me later over the phone from Los Angeles. “I didn’t want to go to college—I wanted to try dance full-time. So she and I had a break. I started sleeping on the sofa in the dance studio. I was homeless, but I told her, ‘This is what I have to do.’ A few months later, I landed a job dancing in Europe. When I got back, I booked In Living Color. I became a Fly Girl and moved to L.A. It all happened in a year.”

After living in Los Angeles, Jennifer admits she missed her hometown.

“I hated L.A.,” she said. “I was asking, ‘Where’s the store for milk? Don’t you guys walk on the street?’ Now I love Los Angeles, but it doesn’t give me strength the way the Bronx did. All the strength that I needed for life, I got from that neighborhood.”

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