Archive: Magazines

January Jones stuns in the online magazine The Edit.

January Jones poses for the latest issue of the online magazine The Edit. The pictures are amazing! She looks more beautiful than ever! In the interview, January opens up about her son’s paternity (again), being pregnant, and knowing that she would have to raise her son alone.

You can read the full interview here, but here are some highlights:

Why she stays off social media: “As an actor, if people know too many things about you they won’t believe you in a certain character. You don’t want people to have a preconceived idea of who you are.”

On keeping her son’s father a secret: “It’s just not something the public needs to know. I don’t divulge my sexual preferences. There are parts of your life – no matter what your job – that should remain private. When I was starting out, other actors advised me to keep certain things close to the vest. When you become a public figure people want to know everything about you, and then [they] pick it apart – it becomes negative. When my son asks those questions, I want him to [hear it from me]. I don’t want him to be able to Google it.”

Being pregnant: It was the “most healthy and peaceful I have ever felt”, and she can’t imagine parenthood any other way. “I don’t have room for anything else, so I don’t know how I would have done it with a partner. I knew I would be raising my son alone. It was something I went in to knowingly, I was prepared mentally – and I was excited about it.”

Starting off as a model: “I didn’t like modeling. The greatest thing I took from [it] was self-appreciation: I was good at dealing with disappointment. You go on 10 go-sees a day, so when I got to LA and started auditioning, I was used to rejection.”

When ‘Mad Men’ ends: “It will be very sad. We are all so close that we will keep in touch, but I don’t think we will ever have this kind of experience again – from the relationships we’ve made to the success we have had, to the cultural impact [of the show].”

Betty in the end: “I am supposed to say I’d like Betty to find happiness or end up with Don, but I think that would be unrealistic. People just don’t end up with the happily ever after, you have your good and bad days. I am not sure Betty is the type of person who, when faced with what would make her happy, would be able to recognize it.”

I think it’s great that January keeps the identity of her son’s father to herself. I think she’s right, it’s no one’s business. When the time comes – the only person that needs to know is her son. I can appreciate her honesty, really. She’s very abrupt, but I kinda like it.

PS: These pictures are GORGEOUS! FOUR MORE AFTER THE JUMP! More »

SEE IT HERE! Christie Brinkley poses in a swimsuit for the first time in 30+ years!

Former supermodel Christie Brinkley hasn’t posed in a swimsuit in over 30 years, until now.

The 59-year-old was photographed in the swimsuit above for the society magazine, The Hamptons.

The ex-wife of singer Billy Joel posed for these pictures at her $30 million home.

Brinkley, who was featured on the cover of Sport’s Illustrated magazine in 1979, 1980 and 1981, tells the magazine she has become addicted to Instagram.

‘I find when I walk with a camera in my hand, I am extra alert and attuned to all the extraordinary beauty that abounds, from the smallest detail of a powdery pistil in a flower to the texture of the sky,” she said.

‘Taking pictures intensifies my appreciation and awe,” she added.

She looks great! ONE MORE PHOTO AFTER THE JUMP! More »

Zoe Saldana announces her weight on the new cover of Allure Magazine

Zoe Saldana lands the June cover of Allure Magazine, and on the cover, the actress reveals her weight, which seems bizarre to me. The unusual cover line is: “Zoe Saldana: 115 Pounds of Grit and Heartache.”

Okay?

Anyway, she looks beautiful in these pictures. Tiny, but beautiful. In the interview, I don’t think she came off very well, if I’m being honest. She has a cockiness, or air about her. I don’t know. Read the highlights below, let me know what you think:

On possibly being a lesbian, and not knowing what androgynous means: “I might end up with a woman raising my children. That’s how androgynous I am.”

On being with a woman? “Yes, I was raised that open.”

Has she ever been with another woman? She deliberates, then says, “Promise me one thing: You’re going to ask this question [in the article]—if you choose to, just put three dots as my response. That’s it.”

Dating actors: “Been there, done that, got the T-shirt.” TWO MORE half dressed pics of Zoe after the jump! More »


Selena Gomez lands the June cover of InStyle!

Selena Gomez lands the June cover of InStyle magazine, and doesn’t she look great? She’s definitely growing into a beautiful young woman. I love the photos that go with the article. We saw pictures from this shoot several months ago, but it’s nice to see them in the magazine.

The interview that goes with is somewhat interesting. It’s obviously done before she got back together with Justin Bieber.

She’s looking to push boundaries: “This is a weird transition for me. I want to keep pushing myself so I never feel settled. I don’t really know if it’s going to end up working. I’m stressed out most of the time.” Gomez would like to eventually say so long to music to concentrate solely on acting. She imagines a career modeled on stars like Shia LaBeouf, Jennifer Lawrence, and Natalie Portman–actors who are continually reinventing themselves, she says.

Her new album includes a breakup song: “Love Will Remember” mournfully chronicles the end of a relationship, and Gomez makes it crystal clear that she did indeed write it about Bieber. “That’s the most personal track on the record, for sure. I think it’s a sweet way of releasing it. It’s not an aggressive approach to what people are probably expecting. I’m sure he’ll love it too.” ONE MORE PIC – AND MORE AFTER THE JUMP! More »