Gaga comes clean about who really should’ve graced Glamour‘s Women of the Year issue, Angelina Jolie unveils her Maleficent costume and Miley Cyrus plays a sparkly alien in a new music video — they’re just a few of the stories you should be clicking today.
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During last night’s Glamour Women of the Year Awards, honoree Lady Gaga spoke out about her cover image. “The picture, which I’m very grateful for and very happy to be on this cover, I felt it was too beautiful,” she said. “I felt my skin looked too perfect, and my hair looked too soft. This is not usually how I dress or how I carry myself. I believe my true mission is to inspire young people to fight back against forces that make them feel like they’re not beautiful or important. I do not look like this when I wake up in the morning.” The pop star went on to say that as grateful as she is for the cover, the more deserving Woman of the Year cover subject was Malala Yousafzai, the 16-year-old Pakistani and education activist who was shot by the Taliban last year. [People]
We all knew it was perfect casting, and now we finally get to see Angelina Jolie in her Maleficent regalia. The first poster for the Disney 3D film out May 30, 2014 has debuted, featuring Jolie decked out in a the villain’s signature two-prong headpiece and a black cape along with blood red-colored lips and piercing green eyes. The film, which focuses on the events leading up to Maleficent’s wicked ways, also stars Elle Fanning, Sharlto Copley and Juno Temple. Can we just fast-forward to May, please? [The Hollywood Reporter]
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Justin Timberlake ditched the traditional suit and tie for a more casual get-up on the December issue of GQ, where the pop prince graces the cover for the annual Men of the Year issue. Sharing the honor with Timberlake are Kendrick Lamar, Matthew McConaughey, Will Ferrell and the late James Gandolfini. [USA Today]
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have made it clear that acting is now in their past, and with fashion now their sole focus, the twins appear on the cover of next month’s Allure to promote their new fragrance — and explain just how strong their relationship is. “[Our bond is] beyond words,” Ashley says. “We both carry the weight of each other.” [Us]
What’s better than one Ryan Gosling? Two, of course! Grant Hazell, a British-born, Australia-dwelling, man, has the honor of being born a spitting image of the handsome Hollywood actor. Formerly a cop, Hazell was often mistaken for Gosling, so his wife decided to take advantage of his look-alike status. Hazell now works as a Gosling double, which earns him around $320 a night. [People]
In today’s Miley Cyrus news, Bravo has released a preview of this week’s Styled To Rock episode, in which Cyrus and “momager” Trish guest star. Elsewhere, rapper Future has debuted his video for “Real and True,” a duet with Cyrus. The space-themed video features a glittered-up Cyrus playing an alien-type character. Take a look:
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