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Zac Efron’s Thirst For The Rock Didn’t Stop When The “Baywatch” Cameras Stopped Rolling

Zac Efron on vogue 73 questionsZac Efron is the latest celebrity to be featured in Vogue’s “73 questions” web segment. The actor invited Vogue into his home to ask him 73 questions pertaining to his career and personal life. No doubt he is eager to do promotion for his upcoming film, “The Greatest Showman,” expected to be released in December 2017.

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Zayn Lived Like A Squatter When He First Moved To Los Angeles

Zayn was a squatter in his own homeZayn revealed some interesting tidbits about his personal life when he recently sat down with Vogue after covering the fashion magazine. The singer answered questions spanning his style icons to his comic book collection, but it’s how he lived when he first moved to Los Angeles that may come as a surprise.

“When I first moved in, I was staying here on a mattress for about six months,” the singer admits. Zayn explained that his reason for living like a squatter was because he liked the minimalist feeling of it. “I didn’t really want to do anything to it. I just liked the way it felt. . . there was nothing to really hold onto.”

A room in his house that wasn’t empty, however, was his studio. “The studio is kind of like what I always envisioned my bedroom to be like as a child, but couldn’t quite ever afford,” Zayn says of the space that is full of stickers, toy figurines and musical equipment.

Watch Zayn’s full interview with Vogue below.

(Photo credit: YouTube)

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Vogue Issues Apology For Zayn Malik And Gigi Hadid’s “Gender Fluidity” Cover Story: “We Missed The Mark”

Vogue Issues Apology For Zayn Malik And Gigi Hadid's Gender Fluid Cover: We Missed The MarkZayn and Gigi Hadid’s new Vogue cover story has everyone talking and not in a good way. After the couple discussed how they borrow each other’s clothes, the story’s writer opted to define the exchange as gender fluidity.

Readers were not pleased with the way the publication reduced gender fluidity to nothing more than unisex clothing. Many questioned whether or not Vogue understood what it means to be gender-fluid while also bashing the publication for pandering without using real people who actually identify as non-binary or gender-fluid.

Vogue has now attempted to apologize following the backlash. In a statement obtained by Entertainment Tonight, a spokeswoman from the magazine claims that they “missed the mark.”

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