Call Me Maybe songstress Carly Rae Jepsen is featured in the latest issue of Glamoholic, where the star chats about her newest album, as well as her family and friends and the upcoming Billboard Music Awards.
“I think the only thing that I ever really consider when I’m writing music or working on a song is if it represents something that is really true to me.” Carly said when speaking of her new single, “I wanted something that has the element of being flirtatious, angst and sort of a little bit more confident. In a song like ‘Tonight I’m Getting Over You’ it’s really representative of my different sides of my personality so I felt really comfortable moving forward with it.”
Carly revealed that there are still a bunch of different sides of her personality that we have yet to see, “There’s a whole rainbow of colours that I have yet to showcase.” She said, “Whenever I go to write or put out a CD it’s always the type of music and sound that I’m most passionate about. pop music is a total love affair that I’m having right now.”
As for the 2013 Billboard Music Awards, which are tomorrow night in Las Vegas, Carly will be attending the show and is up for nine awards during the night. How did Carly react to her nominations?
“I feel extremely flattered!” She spilled. “It was an amazing surprise! I think I found out the day when I was in Canada seeing my family and friends. We all kind of discovered the news together so it was really, really exciting for us. My family and everybody knows exactly how long that I have been dreaming of this and working hard at it. So, it’s really exciting to see things like that happen.”
Take a look at Carly’s full interview below, and don’t forget to tune into the BBMAs on ABC tomorrow!
Sharing a bunch of her Instagram pictures, Shay admitted that it hasn’t always been smooth sailing when it comes to her body image.
“Having been a model and knowing what goes down at photo shoots, I feel a lot more comfortable with myself now.” She says. “When I was 17 and modeling in Hong Kong, a lot of my roommates were unhealthy—laxative teas were big—and I had my problems, too. I’d starve myself for a day, and the next day I was hungry, tired and miserable. When I felt so bad about not being able to fit into size 0 jeans, I realized I had to make a change. Being beautiful doesn’t mean being skinny. It’s about being healthy.”
What does Shay typically eat in a day? “I live thinking, ‘If today’s my last day, what’s gonna make me happiest?’ And I do those things. I want to try different foods and enjoy myself, not starve myself to reach a number on the scale. My usuals: for breakfast, an egg-white omelet with spinach and mushrooms; for lunch, a salad with fish or chicken; and for dinner, veggie soup. Oh, and I love potato chips!”
“I can’t say no to pizza! I’ll 100 percent eat a whole pie by myself. If I do, I just move on. No guilt.”
On her PLL Co-Stars “Women should never compete with each other. We need to take away the jealousy, ego and all that. My costars and I are really close—it’s a nice sisterhood. Anytime they see a script that reminds them of me, they’ll be like, ‘You should go out for this part.’ It’s always a total girl who kicks ass. My ultimate role would be a Bond girl. I love the action and the girl who does it in heels!”
In the new issue, Lucy opens up about the brand-new her after she has recovered from an eating disorder and a breakup from ex-boyfriend Chris Zylka, all the while planning her very first album.
On the new Lucy “(The old Lucy) was confused. I would say things I wouldn’t normally say, or date people I knew I shouldn’t be dating, or go places I know I shouldn’t be at—just making bad decisions and mistakes. Not to say I still don’t make mistakes all the time, but I feel like I’m heading in the right direction.”
Lucy on getting past her Eating Disorder “I’m so unbelievably lucky that I’m not like that anymore because it is a horrible way of life and it’s miserable. It consumes everything you think about and you can’t pursue things you want to do…I used to spend so many wasted days being depressed and feeling gross….I learned you have to be happy. People who are the happiest are the most beautiful.”
Lucy on the power of positive friends “I’ve weeded out the negative people and now only surround myself with people who uplift me…I know what I have to offer and I feel good about it…I never understood jealousy. I’m a girls’ girl. I want to be happy for you and root for you.”
“Everyone’s given different gifts and different blessings for a reason and I just think that so much wasted energy goes into (jealousy). All the energy you use for being jealous could have been used for something really great.”
On moving on after splitting from boyfriend of nine-months Chris Zylka “I was just telling (my best friend) the other day that I don’t know what it’s going to take for me to want to date someone again. It just seems so exhausting. When I like someone, I fall really hard and I invest everything. When it’s gone, I’m like ‘I’m never doing that again!’”
Lucy talks about her debut album – it’s going to be country! “My album is something I’m really, really, really proud of. I’ve intentionally been quiet about it because I want the music to speak for itself. People are either going to love it or hate it. But I think that once they hear it, they’ll be like, ‘Okay, she loves this and is serious about it.’ This is my pride and joy—it’s my baby! I worked my butt off on it.”
For more on Lucy, go to www.seventeen.com/Lucy and pick up the June/July issue of Seventeen, on newsstands May 21st.
Check out more pictures from Lucy’s Seventeen shoot and a behind the scenes video below! (more…)
After spending the night at the 2013 Met Gala on Monday evening, actress Blake Lively wasted no time getting back to work. The blonde bombshell was caught posing for cameras on the streets of New York yesterday afternoon (May 7) as she did a photoshoot for Patrick Demarchelier.
Blake showed off her sexy side as she posed in a black dress and open-toed boots, before doing an outfit change into an oversized cream sweater for a new look.
Word has it that Blake was doing the photo shoot for Lucky Magazine, for a future issue she will be featured in – can’t wait to see the final spread!
Check out more pictures of Blake on the streets of NY below!
Sarah has been featured in new videos for the fragrances, which include four different styles to suit your personality – Rock Steady, Fresh Start, Sweet Crush and Hot Date.
In the behind the scenes video, Sarah explains why she loves the new line.
“With Heart Calgon, it’s great because it’s kind of like my fashion sense, but for fragrance, because there’s different moods to Heart Calgon, whereas every morning I know I wake up in a different mood.” Sarah admits. “I am 22 and I still can’t just decide on one fragrance.”
“It’s nice because it’s inexpensive, so you get to try and see which one’s your favourite. Maybe you will stick to just one, or maybe you’ll get all four and just have fun, maybe mix and match.”
The line of fragrances is available at your local Walgreens, Walmart, or Kmart!
Which one do YOU like most?
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16-year-old actress Chloe Moretz spent her Sunday (May 5) getting glammed up in several different looks for a photo shoot in San Fernando Valley, California.
The Kick-Ass 2 star was seen texting in between shots as she kept warm in a robe, before ditching the cozy coverup to show off a cool pink dress. Chloe also did some shots in a funky green coat and sunglasses.
In a recent interview, Chloe admitted that she’s worked too hard to make a name for herself to lose it all for a night out.
“I’m, like, incredibly straight-laced, considering what some 16 year olds are doing. “It’s probably because I’ve gone to nice events with big people there since I was a young girl.” Chloe said.
“Kids my age at school are fighting to get into clubs and be around an open bar, whereas I’ve had the opportunity to drink and do drugs if I wanted to, and I haven’t. I look around me and go, ‘God’s put me here for a reason. Why would I want to go take a drug or do something that can strip away everything I’ve worked for?’ This business is not peaches and cream, and I’ve fought tooth and nail to earn this spot”.
You can catch Chloe in Kick-Ass 2, which will hit theatres this August!
More Pictures of Chloe on the set of her photo shoot below!
In the issue, Miley opens up about her relationship with Liam Hemsworth, addressing the constant breakup rumours that follow the couple wherever they go.
“Every week it’s “Are they broken up? Because we don’t see a photo of them.” I don’t have time to go to Starbucks with my boyfriend every morning. I wish I did, but I don’t. I’d rather chill at my house and be there for the time I actually get to spend with him. And then I’m at the studio all day. He gets up to work out at six and I come home at five from the studio. I put this record before everything, and I’ve never done that with anything. I’ve put too much into this record to put anything else in front of it.” Miley said.
Miley’s been hard at work on her new album, which she is looking forward to releasing for her fans to hear: “I got excited because on this record I can say whatever I want. And then I got more comfortable with that and the record got better and better. If I had made it two years ago when I should have had a record come out, it would have been a little brat trying to say “This isn’t who I am! This is what I’m trying to prove!” Now I’m not trying to prove anything to anybody. ”
Miley also opened up about her dramatic transformation last year when underwent her drastic hair cut: “I’m going to change, I’m going to be different, I’m going to do what I want to do. I chopped my hair and bought a pair of Docs and never looked back.”
Be sure to read Miley’s full interview here!
In some of the quotes from Emma’s interview, the star talks about the importance of family, along with the pressures she places on herself.
“I’m a bit OCD about perfectionism. I’m my own worst critic. I think that’s really hard but it also spurs me on.” Emma explained while talking about her work ethic.
Despite the fact that she’s a hard worker, Emma has admitted that no matter what family will always come first. “Friends and family come first and work comes second; that’s just how I live my life.”
“Now I feel a lot more settled in who I am and what I think and how I want to do things. And because I feel good about what I’m doing, I don’t need anyone else to say whether they think it’s good or not.”
To read Emma’s full interview, be sure to pick up the newest issue of Marie Claire UK, on newsstands today!
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