Harry Styles’ new album is out now. The One Direction singer has been on in full media mode as he dishes on his debut solo release. But it takes more than just one man to launch a pop album at his level, and some of Harry’s team members are speaking out about how they got on board with the project. Grammy-winning producer Jeff Bhasker, who’s worked with Mark Ronson and Kanye West, explained how Harry won him over and what working with him was like.
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Miley Cyrus was front and center as Variety honored her efforts along with those of Ava DuVernay, Laverne Cox and others at the 2016 Power Of Women luncheon on Friday. Miley received an honor for her work with her Happy Hippie Foundation which supports LGBTQ youth.
Miley showed up to the luncheon with Liam Hemsworth on her arm, marking the first time in years that the two have stepped out together to make an official appearance.
Check out Miley’s speech at the luncheon, as well a few photos, below.
(Photos: Variety and CyrusIsMyVirus Twitter accounts; Miley Cyrus Instagram account)
Miley Cyrus is many things. She’s a singer, an activist, an actress and now she’s part of Variety’s annual Power of Women event. Miley sat down with the magazine to discuss this journey, her own sexuality and how it all seemed to begin at the infamous 2013 VMAs, which, according to Miley, was misunderstood.
Shia LaBeouf is on the cover of the newest issue of Variety. The cover story dives deep in Shia’s career from “Even Stevens” up to his newest indie movie “American Honey,” including all the scandals in between. And it gives Shia a chance to explain what his comeback is all about for him with a healthy smattering of four-letter words.
Lady Gaga and Jamie Lee Curtis both take on roles in television thrillers: “American Horror Story: Hotel” and “Scream Queens,” respectively. The two sat down for Variety and PBS’ “Actors on Actors” series to discuss how they manage to portray characters while staying true to who they are. Lady Gaga’s insight unravels a tale about her way of life as a series of constructed identities, beginning with her musical persona and ending with her role as The Countess being influenced by infamous murder suspect Robert Durst.