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‘My whole life, I didn’t understand my own gender and sexuality. I always hated the word ‘bisexual’ . . . I don’t ever think about someone being a boy or being a girl.’ —MILEY CYRUS, on coming out as pansexual, to Variety

‘To this day I’m very scared of her. It was difficult—some of the lowest times of my life.’ —TYRA BANKS, on her feud with Naomi Campbell when she was starting out, to Swedish talk show Skavlan

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Rumer Willis The singer, 28, is currently on the road for her Over the Love Tour

‘I feel sorry for you!’

—ADELE, expressing her pity for Americans going through a crazy election year at her Washington, D.C., concert

Have you always loved performing? Oh, pretty much out of the womb. I used to put on shows for my family in the living room and make them all sit down and watch. Performing has always been my favorite way to express myself.

‘I’d have to do it while I still wanted to wear a skintight catsuit. I don’t know how much longer that’s going to be.’ —SCARLETT JOHANSSON, on the possibility of a Black Widow movie, to Variety

‘I felt like no one wanted to kiss me.’ —KYLIE JENNER, on what prompted her to get lip injections, to Complex

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What is your show like? I didn’t want it to just be me singing. I really wanted to have a conversation with the audience and involve them. It’s an intimate setting, like a speakeasy, so people can get to know me.

‘I have an incredible life with [my kids] and that’s what matters.’ —GAVIN ROSSDALE, on his split from Gwen Stefani, to U.K.’s The Times

How would you describe your sound? A little bit of Adele, Amy Winehouse, Etta James. I’m never trying to emulate or sound like someone else; I want to sound like me and use what I’ve learned from people that I admire. What keeps you most grounded? I think my friends. I try and do something for someone every day that’s selfless and not about me. I think it’s important to always make sure you give back. —JULIE JORDAN

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How Kim Kardashian West is coping after the traumatic robbery in Paris. Plus: updates on Brad and Angelina’s divorce

ANTIFREEZE Mother and daughter duo Diane and Rachel Staudte plotted and killed their own family members

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The YouTube star talks about her mother’s schizophrenia and her own struggle with mental illness in her memoir Buffering

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Former People writer Natasha Stoynoff accuses Donald Trump of attacking her in 2005.

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Finding Solutions to Gun Violence: The nonprofit Operation LIPSTICK educates women to stop buying—or hiding— guns for their partners in an effort to combat killings on their streets.

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American Idol alum Kris Allen and wife Katy welcome their second child.

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Katy Perry and Drew Barrymore say cheese at the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Once Upon a Time Gala on Oct. 15.

Eddie Redmayne steps out in London for a fan preview of his upcoming film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them on Oct. 13.

Jennifer Garner, Kate Hudson and Reese Witherspoon shine at Tiffany & Co.’s Masterpieces Gala in Beverly Hills on Oct. 13.

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Courteney Cox and 12-yearold daughter Coco Arquette team up to take part in the Oct. 16 Walk to Defeat ALS in Los Angeles.

Bryan Greenberg and wife Jamie Chung cozy up at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in Los Angeles on Oct. 15.

Jennifer Hudson gets her game face on ahead of headlining the Philly Fights Cancer: Round 2 charity event, hosted by the Abramson Cancer Center in Philadelphia, on Oct. 15.

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“It’s a great honor—lots and lots of wonderful talent around me,” Westworld actor and One to Watch Luke Hemsworth said, posing with costar Angela Sarafyan.

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FOR SOMEONE USED to living her life in the spotlight, trying to find a new normal after being robbed at gunpoint is proving difficult for Kim Kardashian West. Since being held up in her Paris apartment in early October, the reality star is still badly shaken from the ordeal and is avoiding going out in public. “She’s not doing well,” a source tells People. “So far she’s mostly only left the house to go back and forth from [family homes in] Calabasas to Bel Air. For someone “Kim is still who travels the extremely shaken,” an world, it’s really insider says of rattled her.” Kardashian Reps say West’s current Kardashian state of mind.

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“She’s not moving past this ordeal any time soon.”

KIM KARDASHIAN WEST

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HEART MONITOR CHECKING IN ON CELEBRITY ROMANCES C Tobey Maguire & Jennifer Meyer After nine years of marriage, the Spider-Man star, 41, and his jewelry-designer wife, 39, are separating. “As devoted parents, our first priority remains raising our children together with enduring love, respect and friendship,” the pair—who have two kids, Ruby, 9, and Otis, 7—tell People exclusively. Adds a family friend: “It’s a marriage that’s ending, but a bond and a family as strong as any I know. They’re remarkable people and very supportive of each other.”

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St. Vincent & Kristen Stewart

Dianna Agron & Winston Marshall

Stewart, 26, and the singer, 34, “have spent almost every day together” this month, says a source.

Married in Morocco! The Glee actress, 30, and Mumford & Sons musician, 27, exchanged vows on Oct. 15.

JUST MARRIED!

THE HEAD AND THE HEART

Clockwise from left: Jonathan Russell, Tyler Williams, Chris Zasche, Kenny Hensley and Charity Rose Thielen.

The moody music of Seattle’s indie-folk band can often be found on TV scores, but now it’s finding radio success—their third album’s single “All We Ever Knew” has already hit No. 1 on the alt charts. “There’s a lot of hope and sunniness to this new album,” says drummer Tyler Williams. —JESSICAFECTEAU

“It’s such a subtle story line,” says Williams of her role in Certain Women.

MICHELLE WILLIAMS

RETURN TO THE BIG SCREEN You’re in two new films this fall: Manchester by the Sea and Certain Women. What do you like about where you are in your career now? The opportunities I get are better, but you can’t cast yourself—you’re still dependent on others for opportunities, and it’s difficult to wait. It takes patience to be an actor! You filmed Certain Women in Montana, which is where you’re from. Was that fun? I felt very at home being back. There was no horseback riding or anything, but we did drink beer in a great Old West bar, which was experiential at least. What do you enjoy doing most when you’re not working? Sleeping is a priority. I hardly even read anymore because I’m so interested in sleeping. —KARA WARNER

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Scoo Scoop Scoo op CATCHING UP WITH...

BETTE MIDLER

You’re releasing a deluxe edition of your 1972 debut, The Divine Miss M. What’s your favorite memory from recording it? It had an authenticity to it, a homemade quality. It was a band of friends—the bass player was a boyfriend, the guitar player a friend of a friend. Barry Manilow was a driving force behind it. He did a great job arranging it. In March you’re returning to Broadway in Hello, Dolly! What can we expect? The last play I did was [a one-woman show in 2013], so I want to see what happens when somebody else speaks onstage. I’ve always been the boss! It’s going to be a steep learning curve, but fun. You’re active on Twitter and have gotten into some feuds. Why do you like social media? SIMPLY It’s easier to be funny in DIVINE 140 characters. I look “I was surprised at at it as entertainment how well it still holds up!” says Midler, 70, of and don’t really take her reissued LP. “It it seriously.

MY MORNING ROUTINE WITH

SHANE WEST THE ACTOR, 38, STARS IN SEASON 3 OF SALEM, PREMIERING NOV. 2 ON WGN AMERICA.

9:45 a.m. A LATE START “Slept in after staying up late for a photo shoot with my band Twilight Creeps. Now I’m watching SportsCenter but really just procrastinating going to the gym.”

brought back a lot of memories.”

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A TRIUMPHANT M RETURN In 2004, 13-year-old Joanna “JoJo” Levesque broke out with the hit “Leave (Get Out)” and was poised for a promising career—but it was derailed by a contract binding her to her former label, and she

11:15 a.m. FUEL FOR THE DAY “Post-gym stop by restaurant HomeState for my favorite breakfast. #ILoveBreakfastTacos.”

12 p.m. A SWEET TREAT “Time for coffee and a cheat dessert, an Earl Grey Fonut from Oaks Gourmet. Might need to revisit the gym later!” —MELODY CHIU

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“I fought because that’s who I am— a survivor,” says JoJo. (Inset: JoJo in 2004 performing on MTV’s TRL.)

didn’t release an album for a decade. Now 25 and signed to a new label, the singer says dropping her record Mad Love is “such a weight off me.” The soulful, deeply personal set was inspired by a breakup, the death of her father—who was an addict—and her own demons. “For a while I coped by drinking too much,” she admits. “Now I just want to move forward.” —J.N.

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“Off the couch and onto the treadmill! This is the best selfie I can take without being overly corny. Just say no to shirtless gym pics.”


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WHAT TOM CRUISE TAUGHT ME “It was really exciting to take on a new skill set,” says Smulders, 34, of training for Jack Reacher: Never Go Back.

You ou star st in n Jack k Reacher: Never Go Back with Tom Cruise. How is he as a costar? Amazing. He’s a pro at this genre, so he helped me through all of the training. From the moment we met he really supported me—

not just physically but mentally as well. He taught me so much. He’s known for being a daredevil—were you able to keep up? Yeah, I did all my own stunts myself! You recently filmed Why We’re Killing Gunther, directed by your husband, Taran Killam. Was working together fun? It was an absolute joy! We work well together. I’m already looking forward to collaborating with him more in the future. —JODI GUGLIELMI

WORD ASSOCIATION WITH

LONI LOVE THE STAND-UP COMIC AND COHOST OF THE REAL, 45, IS NOW STARRING ON FOOD NETWORK’S WORST COOKS IN AMERICA: TION. CELEBRITY EDIT N.

Comedian Kevin Hart. I don’t want to say me! I’ll say Kevin Hart. He’s crazy.

Vacation Never. I haven’t taken one in a while. I’ve been working too much!

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WHAT’S ON MY PHONE?

Food Bacon. But I haven’t had it in a while because I’m on a detox.

Best Friend

The actor, 38, stars as Oswald Cobblepot/the Penguin on Fox’s Gotham

Screen Saver Giphy App GIFs “are a fun way to communicate. I’m somewhat addicted.”

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The actor’s cat Finn wakes him up by “putting his paw on my lips. As if to say, ‘This is where the food goes.’”

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With his dad, Bob, who died in January. “He was my hero.”

“We do a lot of live tweeting with our show [when it’s airing],” Taylor says. “Interacting with the fans is really rewarding.”

“I can be sitting outside when it’s about to rain, and I know that it’s only going to last five minutes. You can set your watch by it.”

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Election Hillary!

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Help Me JONI MITCHELL

Mom. She calls me every day and checks on me. She just got a cell phone, and now she’s really hightech, so if anything is happening in my career or my life, she feels like she’s got the 411 on it.

Christian Siriano. He’s styling for all different-size women.

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John Mulaney &Nick Kroll CATCHING UP WITH THE STARS OF BROADWAY’S HOTTEST NEW TICKET OH, HELLO

ago we saw these guys at a bookstore in New York buying the same copy of Alan Alda’s memoir Never Have Your Dog Stuffed. We were just interested in this type of man—they’re all over the country. Bernie Sanders is the newest version of them.

You’ve both had success as comedy writers and on TV. What’s Broadway like? MULANEY It’s actually

really glamorous! Like what I’ve always wanted showbiz to be like—a show at night and dinner after. KROLL We’re supposed to be chasing TV shows and movies, so this feels off the beaten path but so special. It’s already so popular. Will you extend the show past the Jan. 8 end date? MULANEY Well, we would,

but Gil and George can’t. They have a prepaaid cruisee to the Florida Keyys.. KROLL It’s a nude e cruise. cruise MULANEY It’s a Jewish-Pilates-cult kind of cruise thing. How often do you talk like Gil and George when it’s just the two of you alone? KROLL Most of the time. MULANEY There was

actually a five-year period where we didn’t work as Gil and George [onstage

or on TV] and we still only talked as them. Do you improvise onstage, or are the jokes planned? KROLL It’s a written

script, but there’s always something changing. MULANEY Nick will throw in a new joke and I’ll break onstage. But sometimes I laugh at a joke I’ve done 100 times! —GILLIAN TELLING

LYNDA CARTER

STILL A WONDER AT 65! Carter (as Wonder Woman in 1978 and with Melissa Benoist on Supergirl) makes her debut on the CW drama on Oct. 24.

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It’s been 37 years since the TV show Wonder Woman went off the air, but the actress who played the iconic superheroine is far from ready to retire. “I fill my time pretty well,” says Carter, who is guest-starring as the President on Supergirl, recording a new album and was “thrilled” to see Wonder Woman named a United Nations Honorary Ambassador this past week. Still, she says she values being a mom the most. “The richness of life is being among your family,” says Carter, whose son James, 28, is a lawyer, and daughter Jessica, 26, is a law student. “They are my world.” —PATRICK GOMEZ

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You play old-man best friends Gil Faizon (Kroll) and George St. Geegland (Mulaney). How did you come up with these guys? KROLL About 10 years

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couple are already parents to son Charlie, 2, and Arquette has one daughter, Coco, 12, from his first marriage, to Courteney Cox. “Charlie and Coco are so excited and I am over the moon!!!” the actor posted on Instagram. Jaren Johnston, 36, lead singer of the southern rock group the Cadillac Three, is expecting his first child with wife Evyn Mustoe.

Olivia Wilde, 32, and Jason Sudeikis, 41, welcomed

WEDDING

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Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis

their second child—a baby girl named Daisy—on Oct. 11. “Born, like a boss, on #internationaldayofthegirl,” the proud mom captioned a photo of her newborn on Instagram. Daisy joins big brother Otis, 2. David Arquette, 45, is expecting a baby boy with his wife, Christina McLarty, 35. The

HEALTH Singer Toni Braxton, 49, postponed her concert in Cleveland on Oct. 15 after being hospitalized for complications from lupus. She has since been released and plans to continue her tour.

SPLIT Entertainment Tonight host Nancy O’Dell, 50, filed

The Flash’s Robbie Amell, 28, married Designated Survivor actress Italia Ricci, 29, on Oct. 15 in Los Angeles.

for legal separation from her husband of 11 years, Keith Zubchevich, on Sept. 19. O’Dell requested joint legal custody and primary physical custody of their 9-year-old daughter Ashby Grace, with reasonable child-visitation rights granted to Zubchevich.

DEPARTURE

AWARDED On Oct. 13, singersongwriter Bob Dylan, 75, became the first musician to be awarded a Nobel Prize in Literature.

Toni Braxton

Italia Ricci and Robbie Amell

Billy Bush, 45, has been released from his hosting chair on the Today show following a leaked video from 2005 that showed him making lewd comments about women

Farewell to a Red Carpet Legend Beloved celebrity reporter Jeffrey Slonim, who died at 56, charmed Hollywood’s biggest stars for decades

Slonim in N.Y.C. in 2014.

Even amid a galaxy of stars on the world’s most glamorous red carpets, Jeffrey Slonim shone brightly. Ivy League-educated and impeccably gracious, the esteemed journalist—who worked for People, Allure, Architectural Digest and others—was always the best-dressed man on the carpet, never without a blazer and tie or a perfectly tailored tuxedo. A-listers who rarely pause for interviews would make sure to stop for Jeffrey, who died last week at age 56, leaving behind his wife, Fiona, and their two sons, Declan and Finbarr. From Sarah Jessica Parker, who often stopped for a chat, to Anne Hathaway, who was known to give him a kiss on the cheek, Hollywood’s biggest stars valued his smarts and sophistication. A friend of Oscar winner Julianne Moore’s (they went to high school together in Virginia, and she was his homecoming date), the Yale grad worked for Andy Warhol at Interview when he first moved to New York and could segue from architecture to painting to parenting with natural ease. His signature flair and kindness to other reporters—he often gave advice and made introductions for those starting out—elevated the red carpet, a place known for barely controlled chaos, shouted questions and an elbow or two. It was a privilege to work with him. If Jeffrey couldn’t get a quote, then we knew nobody could. Quite simply, he was the gold standard. —LIZ McNEIL PEOPLE October 31, 2016

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Tragedy Strikes an Olympic Star U.S. sprinter Tyson Gay’s daughter killed by gun violence Following an Olympic doping scandal that surfaced in 2013, and a disqualified run in the men’s 4x100 relay in Rio, star sprinter Trinity and Tyson Tyson Gay, 34, now faces sudden in May 2014. tragedy with the death of his daughter Trinity Gay, 15, who was killed on Oct. 16 during a shoot-out in Gay’s hometown of Lexington, Ky. A beloved member of the track-and-field team at Lafayette High—where her dad set the state 100-meter-dash record in 2001—Trinity was caught in the crossfire between two vehicles around 4 a.m. at a fast-food parking lot. While she wasn’t a passenger in either car, police say the young athlete—who aspired to follow in her father’s Olympic footsteps—was shot in the upper torso and died an hour after being rushed to University of Kentucky Medical Center. Three men (including a father and son) have been arrested and charged in connection with the shooting. “I’m so confused,” a devastated Tyson told local news station LEX 18. “It’s so crazy. I have no idea what happened.”—ROSE MINUTAGLIO

alongside Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, 70.

Fox News anchor Shepard Smith, 52, defended former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes from claims that he had stopped Smith from publicly coming out during his time at the conservative news network. “He was as nice as he could be to me. I loved him like a father,” Smith said.

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who appeared more than 100 times in theater, movies and television, died on Oct. 11. She was 93 years old. Professional skateboarder and model Dylan Rieder died on Oct. 12 at the age of 28 from leukemia. Tommy Ford,

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PERSONAL STORIES ABOUT GIVING BACK

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The Broadway actor, 35, thanks the Princess Grace Foundation for supporting the arts

College was always a financial sacrifice for my family. By the time I was a junior at Carnegie Mellon University, my dad had been laid off, and it became difficult, so we were looking for options in addition to my student loans. My professor told me how the Princess Grace Awards help emerging artists who are still in college. When I got the call that summer that I’d won, I was working at the West Virginia Public Theatre. It was a huge help to my family and also a real vote of confidence, because I still didn’t know if I was going to have a professional career. It gave me the belief in myself that I could do it—that I had a real shot. There was somebody in New York who believed in me. At 20 years old, you’re looking for just the tiniest thread of hope, the confirmation that this is the path that you should be on. It started me on my way, and Hamilton felt like the return on their investment. Now I want younger artists coming up to have the same encouragement, because the recognition was a real turning For more information, point for me. go to —REPORTED BY LIZ McNEIL

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The lively story of the birth of a nation—and the birth of a hip-hop musical DOCUMENTARY Lin-Manuel Miranda had his eureka moment—the inspiration for the most successful American musical of this century—while on vacation, reading Ron Chernow’s Alexander Hamilton biography. The saga of the founding father, who died in a duel with Aaron Burr, made him think of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls—“a hip-hop story.” This engagingly nimble Great Performances documentary covers both the creation of Hamilton, the show and the nation-forging life of Hamilton, the man. With an assist from major talking heads (Elizabeth Warren, George W. Bush), it explores the powerful political relevance of the show’s themes, especially immigration (Hamilton was born in the British West Indies). And the music is electric. Now if we could only get tickets! (PBS, check local listings)

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Spying—really spying—on the neighbors COMEDY Jeff and Karen Ganney (Zach Galifianakis and Isla Fisher) share a simple (dull) life: Junetoberfest is the annual neighborhood event, and Jeff’s choice of make-out music is the Judds. Their exciting new neighbors, the globehopping Joneses (Jon Hamm and Gal Gadot), are almost as gorgeous as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in Mr. & Mrs. Smith. Like the Smiths, in fact, they’re undercover agents, and they draw the Ganneys into a web of intrigue. The movie’s a piffle, but the interplay of the couples is lightly comic and—in just thee right way—friendly. (Oct. 21, PG-13)

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TIPPING POINT Video (left) leaked on Oct. 7 caught Trump boasting to Billy Bush in 2005 of forcing himself on women. In the presidential debate on Oct. 9 he said it was all talk—nothing he’d actually done.

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Why I Spoke Up About Trump FOR MONTHS NATASHA STOYNOFF WATCHED DONALD TRUMP’S POLITICAL RISE AND KEPT QUIET. BUT SEEING HIM BOAST ABOUT SEXUAL ASSAULT—AND THEN LIE ABOUT IT—LEFT HER FEELING VIOLATED ALL OVER AGAIN

“I’m doing okay,” says former People writer Natasha Stoynoff. A bestselling author since leaving the magazine in 2009, Stoynoff, 51, knew she was making herself a political target when she stepped forward on Oct. 12 with a statement about Donald Trump. Three days earlier Trump had said that his caught-on-tape boasts of sexually assaulting women—by forcing kisses on them or grabbing their genitals without consent—were only “locker-room talk...just words.” Stoynoff’s account of a sexually aggressive December 2005 encounter with him starkly contradicted that. Swiftly, a Trump spokesperson said she had “fabricated” her story; the 70-year-old business mogul himself denounced Stoynoff from the campaign trail—“She lies!”—and told his supporters, “Look at her...I don’t think so.” Stoynoff took the assault on her attractiveness in stride. “I was obviously good-looking enough for him at the time to force-kiss me and insist that we were going to have an affair,” she says. As for being called a liar on the global stage, she is similarly unfazed. “It’s possible he just doesn’t remember it,” she says. “It was over 10 years ago, and I assume I am one of many, many women.” Indeed. In the six days following Trump’s Oct. 9 statement that he never forced himself on women, nine others have spoken up with accusations of their own (page 51). And Stoynoff ’s former journalism professor at Ryerson University, Paul McLaughlin, and a half dozen of her friends and former colleagues have gone on the record to confirm that Stoynoff, even as she kept quiet to her People bosses, confided details of the assault right after it happened. McLaughlin recalls her, in tears, calling from her Florida hotel room that same night. “She wasn’t

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sure what she should do,” McLaughlin says. “I advised her not to say anything, because I believed Trump would deny it and try to destroy her.” People East Coast news editor Liz McNeil, one of Stoynoff’s confidantes, remembers the day Stoynoff got back from the Trump assignment. “She was very upset and told me how he shoved her against a wall,” says McNeil. And friend Liza Herz says she was with Stoynoff in New York City months later when they ran into Trump’s wife, Melania, as she carried her infant son Barron outside Trump Tower—an encounter that Mrs. Trump now maintains is also fiction. “They chatted in a friendly way,” Herz says. “And what struck me most was that Melania was carrying a child and wearing heels.” Now, while the gentler of Stoynoff’s doubters on Twitter challenge her to a lie-detector test and accuse her of trying to influence the election, Stoynoff has deactivated her social media accounts to avoid the uglier taunts. She chooses instead to focus on the “outpouring” she has received from women who’ve suffered at the hands of other men. “Women are talking about this, and they need to,” Stoynoff says. “We cannot be silent anymore. I didn’t tell my story for politics, I told it for women.” This is her story.

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“Just for the record,” Anderson Cooper asked Donald Trump during the presidential debate last Sunday, “are you saying ... that you did not actually kiss women without [their] consent?” “I have not,” Trump insisted.

ON THE JOB IN 2005 Stoynoff (second from left) posed at Mar-a-Lago with the Trumps and the People photo crew on Dec. 29, 2005.

I remember it differently. In the early 2000s, I was assigned the Trump beat for People magazine. For years I reported on all things Donald. I tracked his hit show The Apprentice, attended his wedding to Melania Knauss and roamed the halls of his lavish Trump Tower abode. Melania was kind and sweet during our many chats, and Donald was as bombastic and entertaining as you would expect. We had a very friendly, professional relationship. Then, in December 2005, around the time Trump had his now-infamous conversation with Billy Bush, I traveled to Mar-a-Lago to interview the couple for a first-wedding-anniversary feature story. Our photo team shot the Trumps on the lush grounds of their Florida estate, and I interviewed them about how happy their first year of marriage had been. When we took a break for the then-very-pregnant Melania to go upstairs and change wardrobe for more photos, Donald wanted to show me around the mansion. There was one “tremendous” room in particular, he said, that I just had to see. “I just start kissing them,” he said to Bush. “It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything.” We walked into that room alone, and Trump shut the door behind us. I turned around, and within seconds he was pushing me against the wall and forcing his tongue down my throat. Now, I’m a tall, strapping girl who grew up wrestling two giant brothers. I even once sparred with Mike Tyson. It takes a lot to push me. But Trump is much bigger— a looming figure—and he was fast, taking me by surprise and throwing me off balance. I was stunned. And I was grateful when Trump’s longtime butler burst into the room a minute later as I tried to unpin myself. The butler informed us that Melania would be down momentarily, and it was time to resume the interview. I was still in shock and remained speechless as we both followed him to an outdoor patio overlooking the grounds. In those few minutes alone with Trump, my self-esteem had crashed to zero. How could the actions of one man make me feel so utterly violated? I’d been interviewing A-list celebrities for more than 20 years, but what he’d done was a first. Did he think I’d be flattered? I tried to act normal. I had a job to do, and I was determined to do it. I sat in a chair that faced Trump,

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who waited for his wife on a love seat. The butler left us, cially if I got his coveted People feature killed. and I fumbled with my tape recorder. Trump smiled and “I just want to forget it ever happened,” I insisted. The leaned forward. happy-anniversary story hit newsstands a week later, and “You know we’re going to have an affair, don’t you?” Donald left me a voice mail at work, thanking me. he declared, in the same confident tone he uses when “I think you’re terrific,” he said. “The article was great he says he’s going to make America great again. “Have and you’re great.” you ever been to Peter Luger’s for steaks? I’ll take you. “Yeah,” I thought. “I’m great because I kept my We’re going to have an affair, I’m telling you.” He also mouth shut.” referenced the infamous cover of the New York Post I asked to be taken off the Trump beat, and I nevduring his affair with Marla Maples. er interviewed him again. A few months later I saw “You remember,” he said. “‘Best Sex I Ever Had.’” Trump at the memorial service of a mutual friend, Melania walked in just then, serene and glowing. Donald designer Oleg Cassini. We were both giving eulogies, instantly reverted back to doting-husband mode, as if but I avoided him. That winter I actually bumped into nothing had happened, and we continued our interview Melania on Fifth Avenue in front of Trump Tower as she about their wedded bliss. I nodded at his hollow words walked into the building, carrying baby Barron. and smiled at his jokes, but I was nauseated. It didn’t seem “Natasha, why don’t we see you anymore?” she asked, to register to him in the slightest that what he’d giving me a hug. done might have hurt or offended me or his wife. I was quiet and smiled, telling her I’d missed An hour later I was back at my hotel. My shock her, and I squeezed little Barron’s foot. I couldn’t began to wear off and was replaced by anger. discern what she knew. Did she really not guess I kept thinking, “Why didn’t I slug him? Why why I hadn’t been around? couldn’t I say anything?” Except with a few close friends and family, I The next morning, anger became fear. Earlier didn’t talk about the incident. In time I chalked in my trip I had tried to arrange a session at Marit up as one of the hazards of a roller-coaster a-Lago’s spa for my chronic neck problem— ride of celebrity journalism: I’d danced barefoot the spa was part of a private resort separate in Cannes with John Travolta, sung with Paul ‘If I’ve from the Trump residence—but they were McCartney, talked about Bogie with Bacall and helped booked up. Trump had gotten wind of that quoted Shakespeare with Brando, and Prince before the interview and called himself, asking Andrew had yelled at me until I cried. Oh, and create the top massage therapist if he would come in Trump had forced himself on me. I tried a dialogue Donald extra-early to see me, as a favor to him. to make myself believe it was no big deal. about I’d been up all night worrying—had I done Only it was. something to encourage his behavior? But I Now he’s running for President of our this issue, decided to keep the appointment. I was running country. The other day I listened to him talk then late and rushed to the spa with my luggage in about how he treats women on the Access I’m glad’ tow. I found my designated therapist in a panic. Hollywood tape. I felt a strong mix of emotions, —NATASHA “I’m so, so sorry,” I apologized. “Can we do 30 but shock wasn’t one of them. STOYNOFF minutes and I’ll pay you for the whole hour?” I was relieved. I finally understood for sure “Never mind that. Mr. Trump was here waiting that I was not to blame for his inappropriate for you!” behavior. I had not been singled out. As he explained “What? Where?” to Billy Bush, it was his usual modus operandi with wom“Here. In the massage room. Waiting for you. He en. I felt deep regret for not speaking out at the time. waited 15 minutes, then had to leave for a meeting.” What if he had done worse to other female reporters at “But why was he here?” I asked. “Is he coming back?” the magazine since then because I hadn’t warned them? The therapist shrugged. I lay on the massage table, but And lastly, I felt violated and muzzled all over again. my eyes were on the doorknob the entire time. He’s going During the presidential debate, Donald Trump lied to show up, and this guy’s going to let him in with me about kissing women without their consent. I should half naked on a table. I cut the session short, got dressed know. His actions made me feel bad for a very long time. and left for the airport. They still do. Back in my Manhattan office the next day, I went to Four years after the Trump incident, I left the a colleague and told her everything. magazine to write screenplays and books—a few are “We need to go to the managing editor,” she said. New York Times bestsellers. “And we should kill this story—it’s a lie. Tell me what you I’m not sure what locker-room talk consists of these want to do.” days. I only know that I wasn’t in a locker room when he But like many women, I was ashamed and blamed pushed me against a wall. I was in his home, as a profesmyself for his transgression. I minimized it (“It’s not sional, and his beautiful, pregnant wife was just upstairs. like he raped me...”); I doubted my recollection and my Talk is talk. But it wasn’t just talk in my case, it was reaction. I was afraid that a famous, powerful, wealthy very much action. man could and would discredit and destroy me, espeAnd just for the record, Mr. Trump, I did not consent.

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Mindy McGillivray “I felt a grab, a little nudge,” McGillivray told the Palm Beach Post of Trump’s touching her rear end in January 2003, when she was 23 and working at an event at Mar-a-Lago. She says she decided not to “make a scene.”

Temple Taggart McDowell The 1997 Miss Utah told NBC she was 21 when the Miss USA pageant owner made her “super-uncomfortable” with more than one unwanted kiss on her mouth. “I remember feeling kind of embarrassed.”

Jessica Leeds “He was like an octopus,” the former businesswoman told The New York Times of sitting next to Trump on a flight more than 30 years ago. He grabbed her breasts and tried putting his hand up her skirt, she says.

Summer Zervos The former Apprentice contestant says she was expecting career advice when she met Trump at an L.A. hotel in 2007. Instead he “began kissing me...very aggressively and placed his hand on my breast,” Zervos says.

Kristin Anderson The photographer told The Washington Post she was in an N.Y.C. nightclub in the early ’90s when the stranger beside her—she recognized Trump’s eyebrows—reached up her skirt and touched her vagina through her underwear.

Cassandra Searles On Facebook the 2013 Miss Washington recalled how Trump treated Miss USA contestants “like cattle,” adding: “He continually grabbed my ass and invited me to his hotel room.”

Jill Harth While pursuing a business partnership with Trump in 1992-93, she says, he put his hand up her skirt, and, another time, in his daughter Ivanka’s Mar-a-Lago bedroom, “he’s pushing me against a wall and has his hands all over me.”

Cathy Heller When introduced at a Mar-a-Lago brunch in the ’90s, Trump pulled her in for a kiss on the mouth, she says. When she said no, he kissed her anyway. “He was angry. He really grabbed me and was holding me very tight.”

Rachel Crooks Crooks was 22, a receptionist in Trump Tower, when Trump forced a kiss on her outside an elevator, she says. “I was so upset that he thought I was so insignificant that he could do that,” she told the Times. October 31, 2016 PEOPLE

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here’s only one thing that can keep Ellen DeGeneres awake at night—and its name is Kid. “We have a puppy,” the star says of the latest addition to her fourlegged brood with wife Portia de Rossi. “He’ll wake up at 3 a.m. because he likes to be in bed with us.” It’s hard to blame the little guy: From her Emmy-winning talk show to ED by Ellen—her line of clothing, accessories and home goods—DeGeneres, 58, seems to have a magic touch these days. Now that her Disney animated film Finding Dory (out digitally on Oct. 25 and on Blu-ray/DVD Nov. 15) has broken box office records, DeGeneres believes her forgetful fish character is adored because “she’s just innocent and nothing upsets her. Even when she’s frustrated, she just wants to figure out a way to make it better.” Taking a break in her L.A. office, DeGeneres sat down withPeople to discuss her own life’s ups and downs and how she’s found peace along the way.

THEIR LOVE STORY 1. DeGeneres and de Rossi first began dating in 2004. 2. “If I could relive any moment, it would be my wedding day,” says DeGeneres of Aug. 16, 2008. 3. Family is “people who take care of you,” says DeGeneres (with Portia’s mom, Margaret Rogers, left, and her own mother, Betty, right). 4. DeGeneres says de Rossi (on June 8) is “the greatest in every way.” 4

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It’s been 13 years since Finding Nemo came out. What did you think when you first heard about plans for a sequel?

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Your character seems to resonate with people.

You know, she’s optimistic, and she doesn’t get mad. That’s a great quality to have. I can’t say I have it. [Laughs] But I try. You just want to know why she got lost and who her family is. What’s a typical day at home like for your family?

Portia and I usually wake up around 6:30 or

7 a.m., drink coffee in bed and watch one of the morning shows. Then I do the treadmill and a little bit of yoga and free weights for about an hour. I try to do it every day. I just feel better when I work out. Then just reading, or she likes to do jigsaw puzzles. And we like walking about our property and hanging out with our dogs and just looking at the ocean. You know, relaxing. Are you a morning person or a night owl?

Morning. I like to go to bed early. Last night I went to bed at 9:30 p.m. Sometimes it’s earlier— it just depends. There’s nothing to do! I have the East Coast feed for the late-night shows, so I get to watch stuff most people say, “Oh, I can’t stay awake for that.” I like to see what everybody’s doing, and then I can go to bed. And then I can wake

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Growing up, “I wanted to be a veterinarian,” says DeGeneres (with a sampling of her and de Rossi’s three dogs and three cats).

Well, I’d wanted to do it forever. I kind of gave up, and it became a joke on the show. I didn’t really think I was going to make any kind of difference, like somebody would go, “Hey, that’s a good idea!” just because I’m reminding them. So it was exciting not only that we were making a sequel but that it was about Dory and her story.


up and watch my morning news, which makes me really happy. And depressed sometimes. What have you learned not to worry about?

Money. [Laughs] Although I shouldn’t say that, because I didn’t worry even when I didn’t have any. I was living on a can of soup every single day. And I would eat it out of the can because I didn’t have a kitchen. I would live paycheck to paycheck, but I never worried. I was living. I think that’s part of my mentality about money. My parents always worried about it, and we never had any. You put that energy out there, and it’s like, “Well then, we’re going to give you what you’re asking for.” You’ve been through a lot, including backlash after you first came out, at age 39, in 1997. What advice would you give to your younger self?

At 30, everything was fine. I would have said, “Hold on, because it’s not always going to be like this.” At 40, I would have said, “It’s going to get better.” Now that I’m wise enough to know that life changes in an instant, I would say, “Everything is always going to be okay.” Because it is. No matter what comes. Right now everything is fantastic. That doesn’t mean things don’t change. When did you first realize you were famous?

When it became hard to go to a grocery store. But that sounds weird. Other famous people go to grocery stores. It’s just because I’m on TV every single day; people just come up to me, which is fine, but sometimes I want to be able to do stuff. Like pick up a can of soup.

Or two. Because I can afford two now. [Laughs] And I can put them in a pan! What’s the best part about being married?

‘I try to be gentle with people, and I am for sure always honest. You never have to wonder how I feel about you. Ever’

There’s no best part. It’s everything. I can’t imagine not being married. I have my best friend, the person I want to spend time with more than anybody else in the world. Is there anything you do that drives her crazy?

Nothing. [Laughs] Actually, I’ll ask her. [She texts de Rossi] Maybe she’ll say that I move too much. I don’t know how to sit still. [De Rossi texts back] See? “Nothing. Honestly.” She’s still typing. Oh, “You used to feed the cats the minute that dinner was on the table, but you don’t do that anymore.” Yeah, that would drive her crazy. She would literally just be putting dinner on the table, and I’m like, “But the cats are hungry!” October 31, 2016 PEOPLE

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JUST KEEP SWIMMING “I don’t think it could have turned out any better,” says DeGeneres (left, with director Andrew Stanton, recording Finding Dory and, right, showing off her signature moves with First Lady Michelle Obama on Ellen) of Finding Nemo’s big sequel.

So now what’s your worst habit?

you, it has nothing to do with you.

I bite my nails. It’s horrible. And I don’t know why I do it. I don’t do it all the time. But I do have anxiety, so that’s the way I get it out.

What would you say was your last moment of bliss?

What have you learned about love?

That you get what you give. I think you can’t just expect someone to treat you a certain way. Whatever it is, if you’re getting a lot of negative energy or anger, you have to say, “Why am I getting this? Am I doing something to create it?” And if the answer is honestly no, then get out of that situation.

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Do you have any guilty pleasures?

It’s not guilty, it’s only a pleasure, but I’m always thinking about design. What’s going to be next in the line or what I’m doing with a house or fabrics or furniture. It was what I wanted to do from a young age. I was obsessed with decorating my bedroom, specifically a Pier One wicker headboard and the Indian print bedspread and a plexiglass cube table. Portia and I have this joke that if we’re lying in bed and quiet for a little while, I’ll say, “What are you thinking about?” And she says, “Horses.” And she says, “What are you thinking about?” And I go, “Houses.” Literally, any time of day, horses and houses. What’s something that makes you cringe?

People who are ignorant and very vocal, who are not aware of their ignorance. You know? They don’t know they’re ignorant and are very popular and have a loud voice, and people fall for it. Do you read about yourself on the Internet?

Never. Never have. I don’t see any good or bad, whatever people say about me. There’s a phrase, “What you think of me is none of my business.” And I really feel like that. If I’m going to buy into “People love me!” then I have to buy into “People hate me!” So I just have to like myself and not care what people think. Usually if they don’t like

‘I cry easily. I think it’s important to have lots of different emotions. You have to feel every bit of it, or else you are missing out’

I feel it every day. Just randomly. Portia and I constantly say to each other, “We are so lucky.” Sometimes it’s lying in bed at night before I go to sleep, and I just say thank you to whatever, whoever is out there. I’ve gotten to a place where I really am just settled. Really. I know that I’m not going anywhere. She’s not going anywhere. I’m not saying the relationship took a while; I’m saying in my life, it took a while to find this. And our priorities are each other too. If we had kids, then I’m sure they would be, but we are. And that’s important. You and Portia have been vocal about not having kids. How do you define family?

Family is people who get you. I think the word “love” is thrown around, like, “I love you” is great to hear, but you want to feel it. You want to feel that you’re understood, and they know exactly who you are, and they know how to take care of you. That, to me, is family. I don’t think it has anything to do with blood relation. Family for everyone is different. What brings you the most joy?

When I know that I’ve done something to make someone happy. My life is ridiculous; I’m so blessed in so many ways. I have more riches in every kind of way, whether it be people who are kind to me or money or whatever it is. There’s nothing that anyone can do for me. So now I just want to figure out how to give it back. Sounds like you are grateful.

I’m grateful for everything. I’m grateful for my health, and I’m so grateful for the love in my life. Because not everybody finds that. Not everybody finds that best friend. So I’m grateful for just my life in general. It’s a good time.

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Mother-Daughter Killing Spree

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AFTER THE DEATHS OF 2 RELATIVES—AND ANOTHER’S ILLNESS— POLICE DISCOVERRACHELANDDIANE STAUDTE’SDEADLY PLAN TO MURDER THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS By KC BAKER October 31, 2016 PEOPLE


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round her hometown of Spring-field, Mo., Diane Staudte was known as a dedicated wife and mother of four children. An insurance supervisor, she was also a fixture at the Redeemer Lutheran Church, where she played the organ and her third child, Rachel, played the flute. Her connection to Rachel was especially close: Diane constantly lavished praise on the straight-A student, highlighting Rachel’s accomplishments as a musician and artist on her Facebook page. “Rachel seemed like the golden child,” says Springfield Police Department Det. Neal McAmis. “It was always, ‘Rachel, Rachel, Rachel.’” The mother-daughter duo bonded furth her when Mark Staudte, 61, Diane’s husband and RaR chel’s father, died on Easter Sunday in 2012 from what the medical examiner ruled natural causes. Shockingly, just five months later, they suffered another tragic blow—Diane’s oldest child, Shaun Staudte, 26, died after suffering flu-like symptoms. The following June, when Diane’s second child, Sarah, was hospitalized for life-threatening neurological issues and kidney failure, concerned family and friends wondered how much more Diane and Rachel could endure. “We just thought,” says Mark’s brother Michael Staudte, “it was a spate of bad luck.” The truth turned out to be far more chilling. In June 2013 Diane, now 54, confessed to police that she had poisoned Mark, Shaun and Sarah with antifreeze she added to their drinks because she had come to hate her husband and found the children burdensome. Rachel, now 25, admitted she had helped her mother kill her father and brother—and attempt to murder her sister Sarah. Both pleaded guilty. Earlier this year Diane was sentenced to life without parole. Rachel is serving life sentences but

THE KILLERS Rachel (left) could be eligible for parole in 421⁄2 years as part of a plea deal. Diane is serving life in prison without parole. Both have filed motions to set aside their pleas. Says Michael: “I still can’t believe their reasoning for murder.”

THE FAMILY The Staudtes seemed “happy and normal,” says Mark’s friend Rob Mancuso.

will be eligible for parole. w B h Di dR Both Diane and Rachel have since filed motions to vacate their pleas—lawyers for both women as well as the prosecutors on the case declined to comment, citing the pending nature of the motions. But for Detective McAmis, the brutality of the murders still leaves him shaken, especially Rachel’s admission that youngest child Brianna, then 11, was next on the duo’s hit list. “It was shocking to hear the planning that went on,” he says. “I was stunned.” The shattering of what Mark’s friend Charles Alexander says seemed like “the happiest family” has left the community of Springfield reeling too. Ironically, it was Diane’s close ties to her church that ultimately led to the unraveling of the murder plot: Her pastor anonymously called police when Sarah was hospitalized. “He felt Sarah had no previous health ailments,” says McAmis, “and he felt Diane behaved with little emotion when both Mark and Shaun died, which made him suspicious.” (The pastor declinedPeople’s request for comment.) Says Alexander: “This was like a horror film with a weird twist at the end. I still can’t believe it.” But in retrospect, friends say there were cracks in the Staudtes’ marriage they should have recognized earlier. While Diane worked full-time, Mark focused on his blues band Messing with Destiny and cared for the kids at home. “I thought how fortunate

THE VICTIMS MARK STAUDTE, 61, was “a talented musician,” says his brother Michael. SHAUN, 26, had “special needs,” says Michael. “Diane was cold to him.” SARAH, 28, told the court she has forgiven her mom and sister.


MURDER WEAPON “I’m just stupid,” Diane (left) told police, who later found the antifreeze she had used as poison in her garage (right).

POISONOUS PLOT: A TIMELINE APRIL 8, 2012

Mark Staudte, 61, dies of what is then ruled natural causes. Wife Diane has his remains cremated.

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A memorial service is held for Mark. Some attendees claim Diane acts “strangely.”

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Diane uses Mark’s $20,000 insurance payout to help purchase a new home for her and her four kids.

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Diane’s son Shaun Staudte, 26, dies of what is ruled prior medical issues.

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Police question and arrest Diane; then they question and arrest Rachel.

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Diane’s oldest daughter Sarah, now 28, is hospitalized with organ failure.

Mark was to have a wife who would let him be hated his guts.” Calling Shaun—who was diagnosed Mr. Mom and do his thing with music,” says Cindy withautism, accordingtohisuncle MichaelStaudMancuso, the wife of Mark’s bandmate Rob. But te—“morethana bother,”she told McAmisshewas as time went on, the arrangement “seems like it angry at him because he didn’t work. She said she bothered her,” says Cindy. And when Mark wrote was mad at Sarah because her college loans were a song called “Female Judas,” Cindy believed the coming due and she had no job. She said she put “a lyrics were about Diane: “It made it sound like she couple of teaspoons” of antifreeze in their drinks killed him emotionally and spiritually.” because “they would do whatever they wanted to After Mark’s death, ruled to be of natural causes, do and never helped.” Diane moved the family to a new home purchased Armed with a warrant, detectives searched the in part with Mark’s insurance money. Shaun’s family home, locating antifreeze, soda—and a death just five months later was ruled to be of pri- journal belonging to Diane’s favorite child, Rachel. ormedicalissues.Becauseantifreezepoisoningof- What they read inside was horrifying. “It’s sad when ten goes undetected, the two deaths didn’t initially I realize how my father will pass on in the next two raise questions. But Detective McAmis says that it months...Shaun, my brother, will move on shortly was Diane’s behavior with Sarah in the hospital after,” one passage read. Though Rachel initially inthat also raised suspicions. “Diane didn’t act like a sisted she was describing her dreams, she ultimately mother should act,” he says he was told by the hos- confessed to helping her mother with the poisonpital staff. “She had planned a vacation to Florida ings, telling McAmis Diane wanted her brother “out” and made it clear she’d be taking it no matter what and that “Sarah was equally unneeded.” happened to Sarah. The nurse told me Diane knew For Mark’s brother Michael the pain and loss how dire Sarah’s condition was. They didn’t expect are still staggering. “The passage in Rachel’s diary her to survive.” sent chills down my spine,” he says. Sarah, 28, who During questioning by police, Diane originally suffered neurological damage from the poison she denied any involvement in Mark or Shaun’s death. ingested, is now a ward of the state who lives in an But as her story began to unravel, acassisted-care facility. She will “never cording to transcripts of the interrobe 100 percent,” he says. Though Bri‘I think gation, she blurted out, “To put it reanna is living in a loving home and Rachel and ally short and sweet, I knew they were well,” he says, “I still can’t grasp Diane figured “doing drinking antifreeze.” When McAmis what Diane and Rachel did, for murit would asked her if she gave it to them, she der to be their reasoning. It feels like be easier said, “I didn’t know what else to do.” they put a dagger through my heart.” She said she poisoned Mark over a if it was just the Mark’s former bandmate Alexander three-day period by putting antifreeze agrees, saying they think about the two of them’ in his sports drink, refusing to take murders every day. “We lost,” he says. —MICHAEL him to the hospital “because by then I “We all lost.” STAUDTE


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Why I Left Him

IN A NEW MEMOIR, THE EMPIRE STAR OPENS UP ABOUT HER ABUSIVE PAST AND HOW SHE’S FOUND PEACE AND FORGIVENESS By PATRICK GOMEZ

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araji P. Henson knows a thing or two about resilience. Having moved to Hollywood 20 years ago with only her infant son by her side, the actress slowly carved her own path to success, earning an Oscar nomination for her role in 2008’s The Curious Case of Benjamin Button before winning a Golden Globe in January for her portrayal of Cookie Lyon, the ruthless matriarch on Fox’s hit series Empire. She’s also begun to garner Oscar buzz once again, this time for her role as a NASA mathematician in the upcoming film Hidden Figures. “I know I’m not the only one, but people marvel about the fact that I am a single mother and I did make it,” she says. Now the actress, 46, is revealing that one of her greatest moments of strength actually occurred before her career began. In her new memoir, Around the Way Girl, Henson details being hit by her boyfriend a few months after giving birth to their son Marcell. “I was out,” she says of her immediate decision to end the relationship. “He was just in a bad place in life, but I just knew I couldn’t stay.” Sharing her journey, Henson says

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NOT A TELL-ALL “This is not a dish book. That’s not what it is,” says Henson. “I want to inspire.”


1. Henson (with Boris ca. 1971) says she still gets “choked up” when discussing her father’s death at the age of 58. 2. In her high school senior yearbook caption Henson stated she wanted “to become famous.” 3. Clockwise from top center: Henson, her grandfather, son Marcell, grandmother and mother, Bernice, ca. 2001.

she hopes to “help someone else. It happened, and I’m not ashamed of it. It made me who I am.”

Growing up in southeast Washington, D.C., wasn’t

“Giving up was never an option,” says Henson (with, from left, Empire costars Bryshere Gray, Jussie Smollett and Terrence Howard).

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and Marcell, now 22, in L.A., Henson uses her past as a simple reminder “of where I come from,” she says. Finding her way as an African-American actress has been a lesson in honesty as well. “When I startted making money and moving into expensive n ghborhoods, people thought Marcell and I were neig ming to clean the house,” she recalls. “I could see com t m looking at me even after I was living there, them ndering how I could afford it. Those looks are won whyy it’s important to talk about it.” The actress also f s peace toward Johnson, who was stabbed and feels killeed in 2003 at the age of 34. “I do not hate him,” she says. “That was a part of our growing. I wish was still alive.” Now Henson sees her life in the he w spottlight as a blessing. “God put me through these t ls and tribulations and put me center stage for trial a reaason,” she says. “We can all identify with each otheer’s struggles. Those emotional scars are what m ke you who you are.” mak

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easy for Henson. When she was about 4 years old, “my father dragged my mother by her hair into his car while threatening to kill her,” the actress writes in her book. Her mother, Bernice Gordon, divorced her husband, Boris Henson, and raised her daughter as a single mom. “She never gave up, she always persevered,” says the actress. “I knew she was upset about living from check to check, but we were never in danger of being kicked out.” Henson says she was shielded from the true dynamic of her parents’ relationship and that her father, a Vietnam veteran who died in 2006 after battling liver cancer, was a constant and positive presence throughout her childhood. It wasn’t until she was much older that he opened up to her about his abuse toward her mom. “Kudos to my dad for saying, ‘Look, I’m flawed. I did this. It was wrong. I apologize,’” she says. “He told me, ‘I hope you never have to go through that.’ But that’s what happened anyway.” Henson was 17 when she first met Mark Johnson. “He had a smile that lit up the room,” she says. “He was a good guy with a good heart. You could count on him.” The two were in “puppy love” and dated off and on for years while Henson attended college. “He made me laugh,” she says. But shortly after she gave birth to their son in 1994, the laughter gave way to heated screaming matches. One day after he was late returning home, the two began yelling at each other. “The next thing I knew, Mark’s balled-up fist was coming straight for my face,” Henson writes. “I pulled my hand from my mouth and looked at the blood on my trembling finger.” The actress credits her own dad’s honesty with her for giving her “the strength” to demand You that Johnson pack his bags and leave. “II said, ‘You know what? I don’t have to do this—and I don’tt ho allowed have to hate you for it,’” says Henson, wh d Johnson to remain a part of Marcell’s liife. “If [myy

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father] had hidden what he’d done and tried to pretend he was perfect, maybe we wouldn’t have had the conversations we’d had and I wouldn’t have had the strength to walk away.”

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o her nearly 3 million YouTube subscribers, Hannah Hart is an open book, whether attempting to make homemade ice cream in her viralMy Drunk Kitchen series or coming out as lesbian in a candid video blog. But behind the neatly packaged persona, Hart had been hiding a lifetime of private pain. In her new memoir Buffering, the 29-year-old star reveals her own struggles with mental illness—and her battle to save her schizophrenic mom. “People ask me, ‘How are you so positive?’ ” says Hart. “It’s really a choice. Happiness doesn’t come easy; it’s hard-fought.”

NO MORE SECRETS “I want to tell my story to help people,” says Hart.


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Hart learned that lesson early on. She was just 1 year old when her parents divorced after her mom, Annette, had what was then described as a “nervous breakdown.â€? In the years to come, Hart watched hopelessly as schizophrenia began to take over her mom’s life. “It’s excruciating,â€? she says. “It’s really hard to see someone you love suffer like that and not be able to help them—and not get help from anyone else to help them.â€? Legally emancipated as a teen, Hart went on to earn degrees in English and Japanese at the University of California, Berkeley. While in college, her mother became homeless. “I never abandoned her. I just didn’t have any money,â€? says Hart, who, when she graduated and got a job, helped pay her mom’s rent along with her older sister Naomi, 33. Hart’s relationship with her father—a devout Jehovah’s Witness who was largely out of the picture at home—was just as complicated. Around the time her mother was living on the streets, Hart was struggling with her sexuality, trying to reconcile being gay with the faith she’d grown up with. After dating a girl at 19, Hart says she spent about ďŹ ve years “trying to ungay myself.â€? Over the years, she struggled with mental illness herself, grappling with self-harm, depression and ADHD. Today, thanks to therapy and medication, Hart says she


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is in a good place. “Growing up, I just took everything out on myself. You feel anger, you feel pain, and you’re looking for a way to express it,” she says. “There’s nothing to be ashamed of. If you need medicine, take medicine; if you need therapy, go to therapy! Being conscious of it and being forgiving of yourself are the two biggest steps.” With her own mental health under control, Hart took action to help her mother in April, when she and Naomi had their mom placed under a 5150—an involuntary psychiatric hold—which eventually led to Hart becoming her mother’s conservator for the next year. “It’s not arelief, because the system doesn’t work. There’s no safety net for anyone,” she says. Still, knowing she was able to get her mom safely placed in a facility does offer a respite. “She would always ‘It’s unacceptable say, ‘I don’t want to be a bag lady.’ Some part of her that we always knew society wasn’t look at people looking outforher.” Thanks who are to medication and therapy, mentally ill today her mom is doing “awesome,” says Hart. “We and think, “They failed”’ can have conversations-ish. She’s proud of me, and she’s just so brave.”

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After her 21-year-old son Danny was found shot to death in Roxbury, Mass., in 2007, Ruth Rollins struggled to accept his fate. Danny had been running with a violent street crowd, and Rollins says she felt judged by others, as if her son had it coming. “It is like our babies don’t matter,” she says, “but all babies matter. I wanted to be part of the solution.” She found that chance in a grassroots effort that was just then forming in Boston called Operation LIPSTICK (Ladies Involved in Putting a Stop to Inner-City Killing). The nonprofit advocacy group works to disrupt the flow of guns on the streets by teaching women they’re complicit if they buy, hide or hold guns for men—oftentimes their abusers—whose criminal pasts prevent them from legally obtaining or holding guns themselves.

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According to a 2007 U.S. Justice De- and chapters in New York and the San partment report, handguns purchased Francisco Bay Area; Judy Rose, 34, and by women are 50 percent more likely Shante Leathers, 28, who succeeded to be used in crimes than ones bought Rollins as program director and field by males —and a 2010 Wisconsin study director of LIPSTICK, keep the misof guns used in crimes reported that a sion going. “Deaths are happening evmajority of those weapons had been ery day,” says Leathers, who lost friends boughtbyminoritywomen.Rollins,54, to gun violence and who joined to do became LIPSTICK’s first field director, all she can to protect her son Noah, 5. alerting women that they could lose “This is a place to share our voices.” That support has been essential for their jobs, their homes and their kids if Rollins as she works to prethey are linked to a gun used ‘Giving vent other senseless deaths in a crime. women like her son’s—whose murLast year the Suffolk der is still unsolved—and County, Mass., district attortools to ney credited LIPSTICK with combat gun get guns off the streets. LIPhelping to reduce gun cases violence is STICK “is a sisterhood,” she “When I started telling against women by 33 perempowering’ says. my story, I started healing. cent. Now the organization —JUDY ROSE, has more than 5,000 signed It has given me hope to help PROGRAM other mothers.” pledge cards from women DIRECTOR

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but Rosie and Oliver have already become close. “When Rosie was a week old, my wife and I had some friends over. They have a little girl, and she was going up to Rosie and touching her,” Allen recalls. “So my son goes over there and says, ‘Don’t touch my sister!’ He’s protective of her; he’s a good big brother.” Allen, who will hit the road for the Comfort & Joy Holiday Tour this winter for his Somethin’ About Christmas album, out Nov. 4, says getting back to work will be bittersweet. “You wonder what they did that day or feel like you’re missing out,” he says. “But we have a pretty decent system—we FaceTime all the time.” —JEFF NELSON PEOPLE October 31, 2016

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arah Cronk still remembers how much it hurt hearing that her older brother Charlie, who is autistic, was so ostracized in high school that he often ate lunch alone in the nurse’s office. But when one of the school’s star athletes randomly invited Charlie to lunch with him, everything changed. “He just needed someone to give him a chance. By the end of high school, there wasn’t a person who didn’t know and love Charlie.” Cronk, then 15, decided to take that lesson to her own cheerleading squad,lobbyingofficials atPleasant Valley High School in Bettendorf, Iowa, to include students with disabilities on the team. “I thought, ‘Wow, I can use this activity I love and include everyone,’” says Photographs by KATHRYN GAMBLE

Cronk. “‘How fun is that gonna be?’” A whole lot—and then some—as it turns out. Cronk’s teen vision (which People first covered in our Sept. 21, 2009, issue) is now the Sparkle Effect, a nonprofit with 181 teams across 29 states, involving some 3,600 high school and college students—and continuing its core mission to bring students with and without disabilities together through

cheerleading. “It’s truly a way for us to do better as a community and a school,” says Kim Gaskins, who coaches a New Jersey Sparkles team. Adds Greg Dwyer, 51,whose daughter Katie has autism and was one of Cronk’s first Sparkle recruits: “With the Sparkle Effect, everyone fits in. It changed our lives.” For Cronk, now 23 and a communications associate with the Memphis athletic wear company Varsity Spirit, the potential seems boundless. “I want us to get to a point where inclusion is the norm and not the exception,” she says. “But for now, we’ll keep changing the world one cheer team at a time.”

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The tears began even before the ceremony. As he sat in the open-air pavilion before guests arrived for his Oct. 10 wedding, Tyler Farr read a letter written by his soon-to-be wife, Hannah Freeman, her gift to him. “I was trying to be a macho man, but it didn’t work out!” the singer says. And when his bride finally came up the aisle at Tennessee’s Mint Springs Farm, escorted by her mother and accompanied by the strains of a string quartet, “my lip started quivering, and the tears were visible,” says Farr, 32. “There was this combination of humility and thankfulness. I was thinking, ‘Wow, she wants to marry me—and she’s going to do it!’” After the “I dos,” it was Freeman’s turn to be overwhelmed. As the couple walked into the nearby barn for the reception, Brad Paisley greeted them with a surprise performance of his new single “Today.” “I was hounding Tyler for months

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about our first-dance song, and I can’t on southern-inspired fare like duck believe he put that together,” says Free- meatballs and shrimp and grits. man, a registered nurse, who began “I’ve known Jason Aldean for a long dating Farr about 31⁄2 years ago. “It was time, but I don’t know that I’ve ever so sweet and thoughtful and beautiful. seen him dance like this, even at his own wedding,” says Farr. “He cut a rug! I’ll remember that my whole life.” Paisley agreed to the gig as a favor to At one point I looked over, and he was his buddy, who opened for him on tour out there popping and locking to a this year, but he wasn’t above ribbing the T-Pain song, and I was like, ‘I didn’t “Redneck Crazy” singer. “Brad texted know you did this!’ I think his wife had to say he was proud of me and that it a lot to do with it. That tickled the crap looked like I got a good one—and he out of me.” As for himself, Farr says his most didn’t know how I did it,” Farr says. “And then he told me he’d be wearing camo memorable move of the night was because ‘I know you’re a redneck.’ But when he managed to “bust my butt” it was nice camo!” slipping down the stairs in his dress Farr leaned on a few more famous shoes. “I am clumsy anyhow, and I friends for support on his big day, shar- spilled my drink all over my suit!” he ing a preceremony drink with his says. By the time the couple left the groomsmen, who included Jason party amid the glow of sparklers, Aldean, Lee Brice and Colt Ford. “Just “I was back to wearing a camo hat, my enough to calm the nerves,” says Farr. shirt untucked and Nikes with rubber soles,” he says. “I wasn’t “We toasted with whiskey, going to bust my hindand I just said, ‘Peace be ‘She’s the quarters in front of everywith me. I hope I do not kindest body again!” pass out!’” person. But even a few tumbles He didn’t. Instead he I fell off the couldn’t spoil what Freeand his pals lit up the deep end man calls “the best day dance floor after the 220 when we met’ ever.” Farr agrees: “I got guests, including tour—FARR lucky as hell with her.” mates Maddie & Tae, dined 76

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THE SINGER (AND BREAST CANCER HERO) REVEALS HIS SOFT SPOTS Jason Aldean will tell you straight up: “I don’t sing sappy, gushy love songs, and I am not a warm and fuzzy guy.” But a few things can crack that tough exterior, notably daughters Keeley, 13, and Kendyl, 9—“They are supercool kids. Being a dad is one of the best things in the world for me”—and the fight against breast cancer, a cause “I’ll continue to fight for the rest of my life.” The singer was recently named a “More Than Pink Hero” by the Susan G. Komen Foundation for his decadelong support, and at his 11th annual Concert for a Cure, held at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville Oct. 25, he’ll present a check to the foundation with money raised from a portion of ticket sales on his tour this year. —E.F.

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As Tim McGraw and Faith Hill head out for their first joint tour in 10 years, they admit the timing had a little to do with their rapidly emptying nest. “We have two kids away at college now,” says McGraw, of daughters Gracie, 19, and Maggie, 18. “It’s hard for Faith and me to even talk about.” And with youngest Audrey, 14, now in high school, he says, it seemed a good time for Mom and Dad “to go do things.” —N.K.

McGraw and Hill (and inset with, from left, Gracie, Audrey and Maggie in 2015).

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After losing a friend to the disease, Aldean has raised $3 million for breast cancer research.

The singer celebrates the release of his first Christmas album, It Must Be Christmas, by musing about his favorite holidays What’s your favorite part of New Year’s Eve? When everyone sings “Auld Lang Syne.” It’s just such a cool moment. What’s the most romantic song for Valentine’s Day? One of the best—and I’m a love-song guy—is “God Gave Me You.” Man, I wish I wrote that. For Mother’s Day, do you pick a funny or sweet card? A funny card 90 percent of the time, but the one that’s gonna be sweet is probably gonna make her cry. Which country artist would you dress up as for Halloween? If I was gonna say Blake [Shelton], I don’t think I’d have to do that much other than be older. If I shaved my head, I could do Zac Brown. What Thanksgiving food sends you back for seconds? My grandmother makes cheese biscuits, which is basically just butter and biscuit dough and cheese. It’s a beautiful thing. Which song would never show up on a Christmas album of yours? “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas.” Not because I don’t like the song or don’t think it’s cute or funny, but because my [4-yearold] niece got addicted to it last year, and I heard “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas” for, like, four days straight, and it lost its charm real quick. —NANCY KRUH


COUNTRY “The guitar I wrote my first 100 songs on” now hangs (center) in her music room. “It just has good vibes.”

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“This was my first big-girl purchase,” newcomer Kelsea Ballerini, 23, says of the Nashville townhouse she bought in August. But when upgrading from an apartment to the new twobedroom, 21⁄2 -bath unit, the singer— nominated for New Artist of the Year at the CMA Awards Nov. 2—found she needed help decorating the larger space. “I wanted it to be cozy and feel southern but still sophisticated,” says Ballerini. So she teamed up with Kimberly Winthrop of online interior design company Laurel & Wolf, and together they created her “dream home.” A dedicated music room and a “girl cave” closet offer a youthful vibe, while wood accent walls and neutral colors add an adult feel. Says Ballerini: “I want this to be a place that I can grow up in.” —MEGAN STEIN


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WEAR ONE HUE FROM HEAD TO TOE “I think it’s really fun to do all one color. Wheen you try it, you’re shocked to see that itt all works together. My whole thing is balance. When I wore this white suit, the blazer was oversize, and [the bustier] was fitted underneath, so it wasn’t like, ‘Hello, boobs!’ everywhere.”

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amazing physique? As a performer, I have to stay in shape, so it’s become a way of life for me. After delivering my son, a 9-lb. 10-oz. baby, and gaining 60 lbs., I was committed to [returning] to how I felt before I had him. Four months after having him, I was back to my original shape. There’s something very empowering about that. How do you boost your confidence on days when you’re not feeling your best? I have to say a big thanks to my husband, because I can be walking around looking like I touched an electric ball, and he will tell me I’m beautiful. But I think you have to be confident in yourself, even on your roughest days. A lot of times I end up pulling it together when I’m not trying so hard, like when I have a baseball cap on. You have to just keep p it moving. Keep it simple, and it will work itself out.

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How does it feel to represent a major beauty brand? It’s been a lifelong dream to work with Revlon. Before I was born, my mom was trying to figure out my name when my dad bought her a fragrance called Ciara by Revlon. That’s where my name came from! What’s your beauty routine like these days? I think all moms know you have no time for yourself. I literally have to map it out. Like when it’s nap time, I get to it and put my face together. The right eyebrow shape is crucial. I discovered Revlon’s brow pencils years ago, and they’re game-changing. I put on mascara, a little concealer under my eyes and [tinted] lip balm. It takes, like, 10 minutes, and sometimes that’s all you have with a child. And how’s newlywed life? [Ciara married NFL quarterback Russell Wilson in July.] I’m experiencing love in a way that I never have before. My husband and I communicate with a language of love, no matter what. And I feel the most confident I have ever been because I love myself—and because the love and support I have from my husband and son is just so powerful. It’s been the best journey in life so far. As you live your life in the public eye, do you feel pressure to maintain your

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completely melted and well blended, about 6 minutes. Remove from heat. 2. Add peppermint extract and desired amount of food coloring gel; stir until well blended. 3. Add cereal; stir until evenly coated. Press mixture firmly onto bottom of prepared pan. Let cool completely, about 25 minutes. 4. Remove cereal mixture from pan to a cutting board. Cut into 12 rectangles or squares. 5. Cut reserved 24 miniature marshmallows in half with a sharp knife or scissors.

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1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper; lightly coat paper with cooking spray. Wash and dry apples thoroughly; remove stems. Insert 1 twig into each apple, leaving about three-fourths of the twig exposed. 2. Combine sugar, corn syrup and 3⁄4 cup water in a small heavy saucepan, and cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until mixture begins to boil, about 15 minutes. At that point, stop stirring, and insert a candy thermometer. Continue to boil, without stirring, until mixture reaches hard-crack stage (310°). Using a pastry brush dipped in hot water, brush down any sugar crystals on sides of pan. 3. Remove pan from heat, and carefully add cinnamon extract and black gel food coloring. Swirl pan around to distribute food coloring. 4. Hold 1 apple by twig stem, and, working quickly, carefully dip apple in black sugar mixture, using a silicone spoon to help coat apple. Let excess sugar mixture drip back into pan. If desired, roll bottom of each apple in candy sprinkles. Place apple upright on prepared parchment. Repeat with remaining apples and sugar mixture. Let cool completely, about 10 minutes. Makes: 6 Active time: 45 minutes Total time: 55 minutes

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To make ghosts, “pipe the meringue vertically using a circular motion to create little towers,” says Greenspan. “Don’t go higher than 21⁄ 2 inches— the ghosts will topple over.”

1. Preheat oven to 250° with oven rack in center of oven. Line baking sheets with parchment paper or silicone baking mats. 2. Using the back of a spoon, press powdered sugar and 1 tablespoon of the granulated sugar through a fine wiremesh strainer into a small bowl; set aside. 3. Beat egg whites, vinegar and salt with an electric mixer on medium-high speed until thickened and soft peaks form. Gradually add remaining 3⁄4 cup granulated sugar, 1 tablespoon at a time, beating on medium-high speed until combined after each addition. After all sugar has been added, beat 2 minutes. Stop mixer, and, using a spatula, fold in the reserved powdered sugar mixture. 4. Fill a plastic ziplock bag with 1 snipped corner or a piping bag fitted with a large pastry tip with meringue mixture. Pipe back and forth on a prepared baking sheet to create a 21⁄ 2x1-inch “mummy.” Repeat with remaining meringue mixture, leaving 1 to 2 inches between mummies. 5. Bake in preheated oven for 1 hour and 15 minutes. (The meringues will puff and probably crack, and that’s fine.) Turn off oven. Leave meringues in oven, with door partially open, 2 hours or up to overnight. 6. Secure 2 candy eyes or mini chocolate chips on each mummy with dots of frosting. Makes: 30 Active time: 30 minutes Total time: 1 hour 45 minutes, plus cooling


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HALLOWEEN SPECIAL! 3-STEP GUIDE HOW TO DECORATE YOUR BRAIN CUPCAKES

Step 1 SCOOP Using a melon baller or small spoon, make a hole in the center of the cupcake—about ¾-inch deep.

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1. Preheat oven to 350°. Split vanilla bean lengthwise, and scrape seeds into sugar. Stir mixture and set aside. 2. Beat butter with an electric mixer on medium speed until creamy. Add sugar and vanilla seeds, and beat until light and fluffy, about 3 minutes. Add egg and vanilla extract, and beat on low until combined. 3. Stir together flour, baking

powder and salt in a medium bowl. Add flour mixture to butter mixture alternating with milk, beginning and ending with flour mixture. Beat on low speed just until blended after each addition, stopping to scrape bowl as needed. 4. Place paper baking cups in a 12-cup muffin pan. Spoon batter into prepared pan, filling twothirds full. Bake until cupcakes spring back when lightly pressed in the middle, about 20 minutes. Cool completely on a wire rack, 30 to 45 minutes. 5. Scoop out a hole in the top center of each cupcake with a melon baller. Fill the holes with raspberry jam. 6. Transfer frosting to a bowl, and stir in 1 drop food coloring. Fit a piping bag with a No. 4 plain tip. Fill bag half full with frosting. Pipe frosting onto half of the top of each cupcake, creating long S-like switchbacks. Pipe the mirror image on the other half. Makes: 12 Active time: 20 minutes Total time: 1 hour 10 minutes

Step 2 FILL Stuff the hole completely with a red jam. Use the back of a spoon to flatten the jam, so it creates a smooth surface on the cupcake top.

Step 3 FROST Using the pastry bag, pipe the frosting in a squiggly pile on half of each cupcake top. Repeat on the other cupcake half to form two brain hemispheres.

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1 vanilla bean 3⁄ 4 cup granulated sugar 6 tbsp. salted butter 1 large egg 1 tbsp. vanilla extract 11⁄ 4 cups all-purpose flour, sifted 11⁄ 4 tsp. baking powder 1⁄ 8 tsp. kosher salt 1⁄ 4 cup plus 2 tbsp. whole milk 1⁄ 2 cup raspberry jam 1 (16-oz.) container ready-to-spread vanilla buttercream frosting Red liquid food coloring


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Snack Celery and almond butter

Hydration 128 oz. of water TIP! ‘COMBINING OATS AND FRUIT PROVIDES HEALTHY CARBS, ANTIOXIDANTS AND FIBER,’ SAYS GLASSMAN

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Post-Workout Breakfast 4 egg whites with ground turkey, bell pepper, tomato, asparagus and mushrooms 3 slices of avocado

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Snack Fage Total 0% Greek yogurt with sliced almonds and blueberries

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Billy Bob Thornton THE ACTOR, 61, STARS IN AMAZON PRIME’S NEW LEGAL DRAMA GOLIATH Last recurring dream I’m in this giant factory, and I have to keep climbing this steel ladder to this catwalk and jumping off even though it hurts. And I have to keep doing it until I wake up.

Last time I was anxious Oh, 24 hours a day. I’m an anxiety-ridden guy. To call a specific time would be very difficult. I think when you have kids, you’re always worried about stuff. On the inside I’m a mess.

Last time I danced Gosh, I’m not a dancer; it terrifies me. I’m very embarrassed to dance in front of people. I remember clunky guys trying to dance at proms, and I think it gave me a complex about it.

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