Zendaya has finally graced the cover of Vogue. Inside, she talks about her love life—100% single and moving on after a rough breakup with her first love—but to focus on that one sentence would be an injustice to the tale of a young girl kicking ass and taking names at Disney, only to grow into an actress billed for anticipated movies like “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
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Katy Perry is on the May cover of Vogue Magazine and the singer took the opportunity to take a few subtle shots at Taylor Swift. While discussing the topic of her political activism, the singer took aim at stars who were noticeably silent during one of the most important elections.
“I don’t think you have to shout it from the rooftops, but I think you have to stand for something, and if you’re not standing for anything,” she says. While the singer doesn’t name any names, Taylor was a major celeb who chose to remain quiet during the 2016 elections. It was a surprising move since the self-proclaimed feminist singer is so vocal when it comes to issues that relate to her.
“If you have a voice you have a responsibility to use it now, more than ever,” Katy adds. This wouldn’t be the first time Taylor has been called out for her political silence. In March, actress Lola Kirke spoke out against Taylor for not being politically involved saying, she “may as well have just voted for Trump.” While others may have an issue with Taylor not speaking up, Lena Dunham defended the star for not using her voice.
“You have to fucking watch it because people are nuts,” Lena said.
Read Katy’s full Vogue cover story here and check out the cover and additional photos below.
(Photo credits: Vogue and Katy Perry Instagram account)
Selena Gomez still hasn’t promoted the only song she has out, “It Ain’t Me,” but fans should be happy to know she’s promoting her first U.S. Vogue cover. Videos of the singer were posted showing Selena and friend moving her Vogue cover in front of all of the other magazines in the store.
No words were said as Selena covered Oprah’s magazine with her own, but she seems a lot more enthusiastic about this particular Vogue cover story than she has about previous magazine covers. It’s a surprising move for someone who doesn’t want attention on her all of the time.
Watch the videos of Selena’s petty promotional tactic below.
(Photo credit: Selena Gomez Instagram account)
Covering her third Vogue cover, but her first for the American edition, Selena Gomez explains the real reason why she cancelled her “Revival Tour” and why the “Queen of Instagram” doesn’t even have the app on her phone.
“Tours are a really lonely place for me,” Selena admits. “My self-esteem was shot. I was depressed, anxious. I started to have panic attacks right before getting onstage, or right after leaving the stage.” Used to performing in front of a younger audience, the singer’s newer and older fans made her feel less wise when talking about certain issues. “And so maybe I thought everybody out there was thinking, This is a waste of time.”
Since leaving rehab, Selena has been on a personal mission to prove how “authentic” she is and that means she no longer worries about Instagram. “As soon as I became the most followed person on Instagram, I sort of freaked out,” Selena says, admitting that her assistant is in control of posting to her account, since she doesn’t even know the password. “I always end up feeling like shit when I look at Instagram. Which is why I’m kind of under the radar, ghosting it a bit.”
The singer refrained from talking about The Weeknd, but without saying his name mentioned Justin Bieber who would get “very frustrated” with her for taking pictures with fans. Throughout the interview, Selena just seemed content not being in the spotlight and despite loving her career, she “can’t wait for people to forget about me.”
Check out Selena’s first U.S. Vogue cover and more photos below and read the full interview here.
(Photo credits: Vogue Instagram account; Mert Alas)
Gigi Hadid has been taking some heat lately. After video of her doing an impression of a Buddha cookie surfaced, she’s let boyfriend Zayn Malik handle her defense. But that hasn’t been enough for some critics. In a new interview published as a part of Vogue’s March issue, Gigi has some thoughts on her own identity as a half-Dutch, half-Palestinian American. Despite her collection with Tommy Hilfiger and her official Barbie status, Gigi isn’t so sure that she’s “all-American.”
Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid share the cover of the March issue of Vogue Magazine, but they don’t have it all to themselves. They’re joined by Ashley Graham, Liu Wen, Imaan Hammam, Adwoa Aboah and Vittoria Ceretti to celebrate young women in fashion. All seven of the models sport black turtlenecks with patterned shorts on the new cover that declares “Women Rules!”
The diverse cast did more than pose, though. A video from Vogue has the ladies asking each other personal questions about food, routines and more. Adwoa asked Kendall what kind of tattoo she would give Gigi if she had the chance.
“Probably, like, have something to do with me,” Kendall answered. “Right on her forehead or, like, right on her chest or on her boobs!” Kendall pointed to her breasts to specify where she would tattoo “Kenny is the best” on Gigi if she got a chance.
See the new Vogue cover, read what each model who appears on the cover had to say about it and watch the interview video below.
(Photo credits: Gigi Hadid Instagram account and Vogue YouTube account)