Christina Grimmie has been gone just about 10 months — 10 long months and everyday we all wake up missing her.
Tremblay Magazine has put out the ultimate tribute issue for the fallen singer, who was killed in Orlando last June.
The Spring issue “showcases a look back on her short but beautiful life” and is filled with special tributes written by family and friends.
“I am so honored that I was able to work with her for what little time we had,” Kurt Hugo Schneider writes for his tribute. “We were able to make something that people enjoy.”
“Christina was one of the most genuine people I’ve known, she was such a sweetheart and was so beloved by everyone. What you saw was what you got. I am happy that she will live on.”
Read more tributes now at TremblayMagazine.com.
We sure don’t get to see Gigi Hadid‘s hair like this that often and we’re loving the way she looks!
The 21-year-old model is featured in a new photo spread for Vogue‘s April 2017 issue in which she helps introduce the next generation of male stars on Broadway.
Gigi is photographed alongside Oscar nominee Lucas Hedges, who recently wrapped a run in the Off-Broadway play Yen, and former American Horror Story actor Finn Wittrock, who is currently on Broadway in The Glass Menagerie.
Some of the other guys featured in the spread are the boys starring in the upcoming musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Mike Faist from Dear Evan Hansen, Andre Holland from the play Jitney, Lucas‘ Yen co-star Justice Smith, and Miss Saigon actor Alistair Brammer.
You can see the full spread now at Vogue.com!
FYI: Gigi and Lucas are wearing Fendi in their picture. Gigi and Finn are wearing Dolce&Gabbana in their photo.
No wonder Bethany Mota‘s fans are called Motavators!
The social star and new Girls’ Life cover girl is always trying to motivate her fans to do something that scares them.
“Most of my fears are just keeping me from being my true self. So I ask myself, ‘What do you really want? What do you want to achieve? What fears are keeping you from that and how can you conquer them?’” she explains in her cover story.
Bethany adds, “here are little things that scare us every day, and really keep us from doing what we want to do. What I’ve found is that when I face one fear, I get into the habit of doing things that scare me…and I get a little closer to the person I want to be.”
So, what other advice does she have for others who are afraid to express themselves?
“You have to go with what you enjoy, regardless of what others around you think you should be doing,” Bethany says. “I know people who have gotten into YouTube and then stopped because they have friends who thought it was weird.”
“Don’t be afraid to be different. It’s safer to do what everyone else is doing, but it pays off way more to be yourself.”
Wondering what you can expect from Camila Cabello‘s solo music career?
The 20-year-old former Fifth Harmony member recently opened up about what her own music will sound like, and what fans can expect.
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“They are going to feel who I am. They are going to get a chunk of my heart, my experiences, my fantasies and everything in between,” Camila told Fault.
She added about the sound, “I couldn’t possibly boil it all down to three words but it will be me in sound form.”
Be sure to check out Camila‘s recent cover story for more interview highlights!
Camila Cabello keeps it edgy as she strikes a fierce pose on the cover of Fault magazine‘s latest issue.
Here’s what the 20-year-old “Bad Things” singer had to share with the mag:
On transitioning to a solo artist after leaving Fifth Harmony: “I think the scariest part about it is leaving a successful project to pursue a new dream with a new path full of questions of self-discovery that only you can answer. But even when I feel so grateful for the opportunity to be a part of my former group, expressing myself as an artist became a necessity.”
On finding the time to prepare for a solo career in between five years of non-stop work with Fifth Harmony: “I was always writing, not necessarily for myself, but just because I really wanted to be a songwriter. I think as I was writing I found my own voice as an artist and as a person, and I’m discovering more about it every day.”
On the pressures young female artists face to be forced to act a certain way: “I think it’s important to make your own decisions about what feels right to you and follow your inner voice. Never compromise if it doesn’t feel right.”
On when we can expect to hear new music: “I hope to release my first few songs before summer and then go from there and hopefully an album in the Fall.”
For more from Camila, visit Fault-Magazine.com!
Liam Payne very rarely talks about his relationship with girlfriend Cheryl Cole, so you are in for a treat with this new interview for his Rollacoaster magazine cover story!
The 23-year-old One Direction singer looks so hot while going shirtless for the cover of the magazine and it looks like he is ready for a fight.
Liam and Cheryl are currently expecting their first child together and they baby should be arriving any day now.
“This is the thing. In a non-cliché way, it’s weird waking up every day and literally living out your dream…Obviously I have the most beautiful girlfriend in the world, and she’s absolutely amazing,” Liam told the mag. “She’s been my dream girl since I was younger. She’s so ace.”
“She is a wonderful, wonderful person, and it’s amazing to have someone who can relate to so much of things—someone who’s taken greater steps than me,” Liam said of his girlfriend, who was in the group Girls Aloud. “Her solo career was amazing. She’s been in the industry for 14 years now.”
“We’re super happy. It’s a very personal, precious time for us. I’m still learning. I’m only 23,” he added.
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For more from Liam, visit WonderlandMagazine.com!
Obviously we’re looking forward to seeing Brenton Thwaites in full costume in the upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, but check out how cute he looks in a fedora!
The actor graced the cover of At Large Magazine, Issue 8, on newsstands March 23. Here’s what he had to say:
On working with Johnny Depp: “Johnny was one of my favorite actors – still is. Our conversations were usually along the lines of his opinions about certain guitars; we both have a pretty big passion for guitars. And he was about to go off with the Hollywood Vampires, his group with Alice Cooper and Joe Perry from Aerosmith. But there were a few things I was asking Johnny in terms of the acting books he’d studied, the actors he admired as a kid. He was pretty open to me about all that stuff. He has such a great energy. He’s so positive. And in between ‘acting’ and ‘cut,’ he’s amazing.”
On his Pirates of the Caribbean 5 role: “I play a young soldier in the Royal Navy called Henry. He makes an unlikely alliance with Jack Sparrow and Carina Smyth, who’s played by Kaya Scodelario, in order to find a certain treasure they’re all looking for; something that will help each of their individual causes and all of their problems.”
On his relationship with girlfriend Chloe Pacey and their 12-month-old daughter Birdie: “Our kid loves traveling as much as I do – she cries when she’s not on a plane. We’re kind of one big happy traveling trio. The trick will be when she’s 4 or 5: to see what’s going on later in my career, where we’re going to raise her, where we’re going to live.”
For more from Brenton, head to AtLargeMagazine.com.
FYI: Brenton is wearing Salvatore Ferragamo, Hermes, Worth & Worth, and Dior Homme.
Selena Gomez might not have a deadline for her next album, her fans are definitely anxious.
During her new Vogue interview, the “Revival” singer revealed that there might be some songs in Spanish on it.
Selena used to speak fluent Spanish when she was younger, and is now taking classes to be fluent once again.
“For a change, it feels like I don’t have to be holding my breath and waiting for somebody to judge a piece of work that I’m doing,” Selena says of the process to get an album out asap.
She adds, “I’m not eager to chase a moment. I don’t think there’s a moment for me to chase.”