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‘I keep going because I’m passionate; I’m obstinate.’
‘It’s not like “the clock is ticking.” I feel in my soul it will happen.’
—JANE GOODALL, on her conservation advocacy as a Disneynature Ambassador at age 83, to People
—KHLOE KARDASHIAN, on wanting to be a mom, to ES Magazine
Andrea Martin The veteran actress, 70, stars in the new NBC comedy Great News
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‘You sit down on the sofa and say, “Listen, I don’t actually need your advice. Can you just listen?” And you just let it all rip.’ —PRINCE HARRY, on seeking counseling 17 years after his mother Princess Diana’s death, to The Telegraph
Wha at was the best part a out the production? abo Leearning pop-culture references like “Turn Down for What.” Because I had no idea what it meant.
‘3⁄4th of my girls. Missing 1⁄4 at Cochella [sic]’ C ‘It’s better to set an example for kids and show that [breakups] don’t have to be about hate.’
—ORLANDO BLOOM, on his amicable split from Katy Perry, to ELLE UK
—TINA KNOWLES LAWSON, — sharing an Easter shot with expectant shar daughter Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland, on Instagram
How do you spend your downtime? Biking along the Hudson [River], strolling through the Met, browsing in a bookstore, seeing a foreign film, dining on the terrace at sunset. This is also my online dating profile! What makes you most happy? A tidy house, playing with my granddaughter and loose pants. —JULIE JORDAN
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MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN 31 BEN & JEN 56 CAITLYN JENNER
78 JULIA ROBERTS Now an even prettier woman, the superstar makes People’s Most Beautiful cover for a record fifth time 91 FABULOUS FACES OF 2017 Twenty-four stars who light up the universe
102 BEST FRIENDS The dogs (and a horse!) that help keep five actresses feeling and looking great 115 IN SYNC Knockout celebrity couples 118 MY BEAUTIFUL FAMILY Celebs open up about the people who fill their houses and hearts
128 ALI WENTWORTH
NOT A DROP OF MAKEUP Speechless star Minnie Driver and other celebs bare all!
But she feels so young! An essay on aging by the star of Pop TV’s Nightcap
131 MOST WANTED BODY PARTS Whose eyes, smile, arms and dimples are in the most demand?
137 BEAUTIFUL FOREVER Secrets of three icons over 70
142 BEAUTY AT EVERY AGE Stunning stars from 20 to 59
145 GORGEOUS INSIDE AND OUT These luminous ladies give their all to support their favorite causes 147 100 WAYS TO LOOK AND FEEL MORE BEAUTIFUL Tips, tricks—and discounts— to help you be your best
162 MY BUSY BEAUTIFUL LIFE Ellie Goulding shares her daily routine ON THE COVER Photograph by ©: Alexi Lubomirski for Lancôme. Insets: (Affleck) Charles Sykes/Invision/AP; (Garner) L. Sorrell/Syndicate Intl./Splash News; (Jenner) Trunk Archive; (Lachey) photograph by Fabio Chizzola; (Vanessa) skirt & top: Alice and Olivia; (Nick) top: ATM; jeans: Frame; (kids) The Spotted Goose; (Palmer) photograph by Eric Ray Davidson
167 CUTIES TO BEAUTIES The adorable kids who grew up to be A-listers
contents 31 SCOOP Why Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner finally called it quits and filed for divorce
67 SHERYL SANDBERG In a new memoir, the Lean In author looks back at the death of her 47-year-old husband—and how she found the strength to go on
74 STOP THE BULLYING After cyberbullying drove her 13-year-old daughter to suicide, St. Charles, Mo., mom Tina Meier went to work to saving other kids and families
77 AMERICAN VOICES
DWTS’ Maksim and Valentin Chmerkovskiy share how their family left Ukraine for opportunity in the United States
After Debbie Baigrie was shot in the face by then 13-yearold Ian Manuel, she found a way to forgive him—and form a remarkable friendship.
In an exclusive excerpt from her memoir, Caitlyn Jenner shares her emotional journey to true happiness.
Dan Rather’s unflinching critiques of President Trump have opened a new chapter in his iconic career.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Jennifer Garner recently celebrated her 45th birthday with friends in Malibu.
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evolve while retaining the best parts of herself. It lies in her talent for creating characters and telling stories that take us to new places. And it lies in her family-ﬁrst ethos: Despite all the delights, distractions and temptations of an impossibly privileged existence, nothing ignites her famous smile more than game nights with her kids. IN THIS ISSUE we also launch a new
Beauty & Courage
Interviewing Julia for this week’s cover story at Manhattan’s Gramercy Park Hotel on March 31. You can see the video on People Cover Story: World’s Most Beautiful—Julia Roberts, available on the People/ Entertainment Weekly Network (PEN). Go to people.com/PEN, or download the PEN app.
THE FIRST TIME I met Julia Roberts—
back in 2001—she was sitting in the makeup trailer on the set of a movie called (appropriately enough) America’s Sweethearts. I was there to write a cover story on her for Time. By then she had been famous for more than a decade and was well-practiced in keeping personal details to herself. But she was still so much fun to be around—down-to-earth, curious and engaging, one of the rare superstars who would sincerely rather hear about you and laugh about Hollywood than talk about herself. Since then I’ve seen her often—interrogating her on the Oscar red carpet, chronicling her marriage and the birth of her children in People, occasionally begging her to be photographed for the cover of a magazine—and watched how she slowly and carefully built the kind of life she wanted for herself beyond the spotlight. When it came time to choose a cover for the 2017 World’s Most Beautiful issue, it seemed that the time was right for Julia Roberts. At 49, Julia has never looked better. But her beauty also lies in her self-assurance and smarts and good humor. It lies in her ability to
People initiative called Stop the Bullying, a series of articles celebrating extraordinary people who are working to keep kids safe in schools and on the Internet. In Finding Hope After My Daughter’s Suicide (page 74), staff writer Jeff Truesdell tells the story of Tina Meier, whose 13-year-old daughter Megan killed herself in 2006 after being cyberbullied. It was later discovered that the mother of one of Megan’s former friends had posed as a boy online and sent Megan hurtful messages. Tina now runs the Megan Meier Foundation, which reaches out to kids, parents and educators with workshops, and a resource center offering counseling, advice and advocacy to bullied kids and their families. The pain, anger and grief that Tina and her family have suffered are unimaginable; so is the courage to turn that horror into hope.
JESS CAGLE, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
This is the fifth time Julia has held the World’s Most Beautiful title. She first appeared on the WMB cover in 1991 (top) at age 23.
Our new Stop the Bullying series starts in this issue with the story of Tina Meier, whose 13-year-old daughter Megan committed suicide in 2006. PEOPLE May 1, 2017
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Lady Gaga proved she’s still on top of the pop game, performing a string of hits and even debuting a brand-new song (“The Cure”) during her 90-minute set.
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Kylie y Jennerr hosted Bumble’s u s Winter Bumbleland party with sister Kendall after arriving at the festival via charter company JetLux. Selena Gomez shared a snap of herself with boyfriend The Weeknd on Instagram.
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Could one of these four be the last Jedi? The cast of Episode VIII: The Last Jedi—John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Mark Hamill and newest Star Wars addition Kelly Marie Tran—remained mum April 14 at the fan festival. In the ﬁlm’s new trailer, Hamill’s Luke Skywalker seems to take on Ridley’s Rey as a student, before ending the clip, saying: “I only know one truth...It’s time for the Jedi to end.” Fans will ﬁnd the answer Dec. 15, when the latest sequel hits theaters.
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The Bachelor’s Lauren Bushnell and Ben Higgins—who recently postponed wedding-planning to enjoy their eengagement—ﬁlmed Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings in Orlando. Th h t the th special, i l airing ii M EST on Freeform. TThey host May 7 att 8 p.m. ES
In a nod to her late mom Carrie Fisher’s iconic Star Wars character, Billie Lourd worked with designer Tom Ford to create a Princess Leia-inspired dress. “Her imperfections and willingness to speak about them are what made her more than perfect,” Lourd said in a moving tribute to Fisher.
Fisher as Princess Leia in 1977’s original Star Wars.
BIRTHDAY BOY L.A., April 9
Former 8 Simple Rules star Amy Davidson and husband Kacy Lockwood celebrated son Lennox’s ﬁrst birthday. “I never knew I was capable of loving this much,” Davidson says of her son.
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Prince William and Princess Kate joined the rest of the royal family— minus Prince Harry, who was visiting girlfriend Meghan Markle in Toronto—for Easter Sunday services at St. George’s Chapel, on the grounds of Windsor Castle, on April 16.
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Kayla Rae Reid celebrated the upcoming arrival of her son with swimmer Ryan Lochte at a lavish bash ﬁlled with sweet treats.
“Ryan is going to be a great dad,” says Reid.
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Former NFL player Kerry Rhodes and Aussie actress Nicky Whelan exchanged vows in front of family and friends—including Brenda Song and AnnaLynne McCord—at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
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Garner and Affleck (in L.A. on April 16) “did it the way they wanted to and did what was best for the kids,” a source says of the divorce.
JENNIFER GARNER & BEN AFFLECK
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THREE DAYS AFTERFINALLY FILING FOR DIVORCE— and nearly two years after ﬁrst announcing their split—Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner showed that nothing has changed when it comes to being a family. On April 16 they took their three children Violet, 11, Seraphina, 8, and Samuel, 5, to Easter services at their church in L.A. “They were smiling and seemed happy about celebrating together,” says an onlooker. Later that night Garner joined several girlfriends, including Reese Witherspoon, in Malibu for a birthday dinner before turning 45
the next day. “Jen seems ﬁne. It’s been business as usual,” says a Garner insider. “It’s time to focus on the future.” Affleck and Garner’s coordinated divorce ﬁling— they ﬁled at the same time, both seeking joint custody of their kids—marks the end of what has been one of Hollywood’s most unusual and amicable breakup dramas. Since they revealed their split in June 2015 after 10 years of marriage, Affleck, 44, has lived in the guesthouse of their L.A. property, and they’ve shared family PEOPLE May 1, 2017
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wasn’t going to ﬁle for divorce while Ben was struggling. She is very proud of him for getting help.” (Counters the source close to the couple: “As in any marriage, there were numerous reasons why it didn’t work.”) To divvy up assets estimated at over $100 million, they have been in mediation and are both working with divorce attorney Laura Wasser. “When and if he moves out, it will be when he ﬁnds a place suitable for their situation,” says the source close
to both. “They want to keep the kids close.” As for reports that Affleck has found new romance, “he is not dating anyone seriously,” the source says. “However, they have not ruled that out in the future.” (Another source says Garner “wants to start dating.”) But as parents, they’ll always share a bond. “These two have so much love for each other,” says the source close to them. “It’s deep.” —Reporting by Pernilla Cedenheim, Elizabeth Leonard and Liz McNeil
BRAD PITT: DATING AGAIN
Seven months after his split with Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt is dipping his toe into the dating pool, a source says: “Brad has been dating a bit. It’s not anything serious. He doesn’t have a girlfriend. It’s more of a way to get out and be social.” (M Mult ultipl iple e sources have denied rumors of a romance ew with wit h Kate Kate e Hudson, and Sienna Miller called gossip ab bout her and Pitt, 53, who produced her movie Th he L Lost Lo st Cit Cityy of Z, “predictable and silly.”) Says the Piitt sour ource: ce:: “He seems more comfortable double-da atiiing at ing, g, and and friends are helping out.” As for his relatio onsship wit with h Jolie, 41, “lately, things have been amica abllle le,” ,” says says the source, noting Jolie is house-hunting ne ear ea e r Pitt Pitt’s ’s L.A. home “so the kids can be closer to Br Bra Ba ad.”” ad.
Jolie put in an offer to buy director Cecil B. DeMille’s $25 million L.A. estate, a 1913 mansion with 6 bedrooms and 10 baths.
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vacations— remaining so close they often sparked reconciliation rumors. “They will continue to amicably work at their relationship to make this new phase work for the kids,” says a source close to the couple. So what took them so long to divorce— and why now? Sources close to both insist a divorce was always the plan, and it was a joint decision. “It was just time,” says a Garner source. But others in their circle say any chance for a reconciliation was ‘SHE LOVES dashed early this BEN. THIS year when strain over IS WHAT KEPT Affleck’s troubles led HER IN THE MARRIAGE FOR Garner to throw in the SO LONG. towel. Says a source BUT SHE HAD close to the situation: TO MOVE ON’ “It came down to his —AN INSIDER last-ditch attempt at saving things by going to rehab. But it was just too little too late.” The ﬁling came one month after Affleck completed treatment for alcohol addiction. “Jen waited for the right time,” says the Garner source. “She
“I’m her biggest fan,” Krasinski says of Blunt, 34, whom he’ll direct and star with in A Quiet Place.
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THE COMEDIAN, 34, STARS ALONGSIDE KATHERINE HEIGL AND ROSARIO DAWSON IN THE NEW THRILLER UNFORGETTABLE
I ‘was still swollen from freezing my eggs’ when I auditioned for the role. “I was on bed rest because I had had this thing called hyperstimulation, so I should’ve been in bed. I was in so much pain, on painkillers.”
HE’S A WILD DAD
“It doesn’t take much to make me cry,” says John Krasinski. So when The Office alum was asked to narrate Disneynature’s Born in China shortly after welcoming his second child with Emily Blunt, he didn’t stand a chance. “I relate probably way too much,” Krasinski, 37, says of the documentary, which follows three animal families in China (see page 49). “The movie is about what it takes to raise kids, the sacrifices that need to be made and the moment of letting them go. As a parent, it
ruins you emotionally because you go through the entire process of parenthood in less than 90 minutes.” And after watching two monkey siblings squabble in the film, he’s grateful that his girls—Hazel, 3, and Violet, 10 months—have gotten along so far. “It’s really nice to see what I missed out on!” Krasinski says. “Our daughter was so excited to have a sibling—especially a little sister that she could teach everything to. We’ve been enjoying the good version of it for now.” —JODI GUGLIELMI
I’m usually the crazy ex-girlfriend. “My bar for crazy is so high at this point that I’m sure most people would think it’s crazy but I’m like, ‘No, that’s just a Tuesday.’ But I’ve definitely perused a couple of [boyfriends’] ex-girlfriends’ Instagram pages at 2 a.m.”
From Thrones to Furious
Working with Rosario Dawson was a ‘little too good to be true.’ “Rosario is like a unicorn. She’s like, funny and smart and works with charities and is a brilliant actress. It’s kind of annoying how awesome she is. She has no interest in socially constructed ideas of what a woman should be; it’s a blast hanging out with her.” —JODI GUGLIELMI
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“They’re good people,” she says of costars Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Scott Eastwood and Dwayne Johnson.
Bouncing between a TV juggernaut— Game of Thrones—and a hit movie franchise is another day at the office franc f Em mmanuel, 28, who is back in The for Fate oof the Furious as hacker Ramsey. “We’ve been through so much after l g Paul [Walker] we’ve become losing f y,” the Brit says of her second famil F r us film. As for Thrones, she’s just Furio Fur h ng her character Missandei stays hopin aalivvve:: “I’d love for her and Grey Worm tto livee happily ever after. Someone sho should have a happy ending!” —ALE RUSSIAN
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READY FOR BABY! TLC STARS ZACH AND TORI ROLOFF ‘CAN’T WAIT’ TO WELCOME THEIR FIRST CHILD IN MAY
With their due date just weeks away, Little People, Big World stars Zach and Tori Roloff are “ready for this baby to come!” says Tori, 25. “We have our to-go bags for the hospital, and we spend a lot of time in the baby room already. It’s probably the best room in the house now.” On April 8 the couple—who wed in 2015 and are expecting a son—celebrated with a baby shower at Zach’s family’s farm in Hillsboro, Ore. “It was all very simple and elegant,” Tori says of the fete, where friends and family made an alphabet book for the baby and dined on chicken tacos and twice-baked potatoes. While Zach, 26, and his wife are “feeling really good” going into the delivery room, “we are most nervous about the unknown,” says Tori, whose pregnancy will play out on the show (returning to TLC May 2 at 9 p.m. ET). “We think we are prepared, but we also know there is probably more to this than what we think!” —EMILY STROHM
‘I’LL BE A FUN, HANDS-ON DAD— BUT ALSO THE DISCIPLINARIAN’ —ZACH ROLOFF
Janet Jackson and Wissam Al Mana’s marriage is over, but their lives as new parents have only just begun. Since news of their split broke on April 8, they have both been focused on their 3-month-old son Eissa. “My baby and me after nap time,” Jackson, 50, captioned a sweet selfie on her social media accounts. The exes aim to keep things amicable: “To the most beautiful person in the world, thank you for your divine love, your eternal support and for being my best friend,” wrote Al Mana, 42, on his website. —MELODY CHIU
PUTTING HER SON FIRST
Jackson shared a photo of son Eissa for the first time on April 14.
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“My mom and Amy did such a great job,” says Tori (top, with her mother, Kim Patton, right, and Zach and his mother, Amy Roloff) of their baby shower.
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FREIDA PINTO You star as ’70s radical Jas in Showtime’s Guerrilla, your first TV role. Are you anything like her in real life? I’m not afraid to speak my mind, and that can get me into trouble. We’re similar in our passion. As a female actor it is a lot harder to come across roles that explore every aspect of the character, not just her beauty. It’s been nine years since your breakout role in Slumdog Millionaire, and you’ve since spoken out about rape in India. How do you balance fame and activism? I’m really blessed, but I’m also superaware
of the fickleness of it all and how fleeting it can be. If you haven’t really given back, there’s a feeling of emptiness. For me [social and political activism] is the only thing that matters. You’re 32 now. Does it feel better than your 20s? I’m just glad that I did everything I had to do in my 20s and got everything out of my system between 18 and 25. Now I know what I don’t want. I wouldn’t change anything. If you don’t make mistakes, you never learn. —PATRICK GOMEZ
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Life After Hamilton
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks premieres April 22 on HBO.
Starring in HBO’s The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, about a woman whose cells spawned advances in medicine, Renée Elise Goldsberry “felt at home telling a story that was desperately needed,” she says. The busy mom of two, 46, who won a Tony for her role in Hamilton, now relishes any downtime. “Jogging through Central Park and reading until I pick my kids up from school,” she adds. “That would be a perfect day!” —JULIE JORDAN
Prince was found unresponsive at home on April 21, 2016, six days after his private plane made an emergency landing in Illinois.
A DRUG COVER-UP One year after Prince’s sudden death at age 57 from an accidental overdose, newly unsealed court documents are shedding light onto his final days. According to the documents, Prince’s doctor Michael Schulenberg prescribed him opioids using his bodyguard Kirk Johnson’s name. (“Kirk Johnson did not secure nor supply the drugs, which caused Prince’s death,” his lawyer tells People). According to the documents, a suitcase labeled “Peter Bravestrong” was found containing pill bottles in Johnson’s name, along with opioids stored in vitamin bottles.
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She caught Hollywood’s attention for a 1988 Broadway performance in Our Town, but Penelope Ann Miller has always been less interested in stardom than in simply acting. “One of the things I love about it is being able to transform and to take risks,” says the L.A. native, 53. Looking back on her nearly 30-year show business career, she’s proud of the company she’s kept. “To know that I’ve worked with all the three Godfathers [Robert De Niro in
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Awakenings, 1990; Marlon Brando in The Freshman, 1990; and Al Pacino in Carlito’s Way, 1993]—actors thatt I hugely admire,” she says. “I feel really blessed.” Now she plays a prison tailor-sh shop sh op instructor who helped two inm mates mat ess escape in 2015 in Lifetime’s Neew Yo York rk Prison Break: The Seduction of Jo J ycee Joyce Mitchell. Although she appeareed in 201 2011’s 1’ss Best Picture, The Artist, she’s prou roudes destt off her two daughters with husband nd Jame Jamess Huggins: Eloisa May, 16, and Ma M ria Ade Maria Adela, la,, 8. “I get so much joy out of seeing the them m have joy and happiness,” she ssay says. s. “It’ “It’ss amazing how much you can lo ove ano anothe therr being.” —CHRISTINA DUGAN N
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Their Range They live mostly in southern and central states, says Jon Dyer, M.D., who treats spider bites. They avoid humans, and bite deaths are incredibly rare.
Steering Clear Recluses hide in dark, dry, cluttered places, like basements and garages. Be careful putting on rarely worn shoes and picking up firewood.
If Bitten Don’t panic. Apply an ice pack and seek treatment. Most bites aren’t serious, but some lead to pain, an open sore and necrosis (dead tissue).
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Linsey didn’t hide her injury from her fans. Inset: If bitten by a spider, it’s important to identify the critter who did it. Brown recluses have a violin-shaped mark on their backs.
In February a venomous brown recluse spider crawled across country singer and Voice contestant Meghan Linsey’s cheek while she slept in her Nashville home. When she slapped the arachnid, it bit her—and the rest sounds like a horror movie. Linsey’s eye swelled shut, she suffered muscle spasms and nerve pain and developed a rash. “Every day was another thing,” says the 31-year-old singer, who was a runner-up on the NBC show. The skin on her face became necrotic, turning into a gaping black wound. After two months of treatment that included antibiotics and hyperbaric chamber sessions, she’s finally on the mend. Linsey may have a permanent scar, but she’s jjustt happy h t be b healing: h li “It’s “It’ kind ki d off a to p h point.” pain at this —LINDSAY KIMBLE with Kathleen Mulpeter p
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on March 5. Jeff Goldblum, 64, and his wife, Emilie Livingston, 34, welcomed a son on April 7. River Joe joins big brother Charlie Ocean, 1. Zac Brown Band ﬁddler and singer Jimmy De Martini, 40, and his wife, Stacey, welcomed Smart with husband daughter Jonelle on Gilmour and April 4. She joins big daughter Chloe brothers James, 9, Joseph, BABIES 6, and Jackson, 1. Friday Inspirational speaker, Night Lights and Hart of author and kidnap Dixie star Scott Porter, 37, survivor Elizabeth Smart, and his wife, Kelsey, 29, welcomed her second announced on Easter they child, a boy, with husband are expecting their second Matthew Gilmour. He child. The couple are joins big sister Chloe, 2. already parents to son Younger’s Sutton Foster, McCoy Lee, 1. The Hills 42, and her husband, alums Heidi Montag, 30, screenwriter Ted Griffin, and Spencer Pratt, 33, 46, revealed they have are expecting their ﬁrst adopted a baby girl named child. Country singerEmily Dale, who was born songwriter John Carter
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Cash, 47, is expecting a giirll in September with his wife, Ana Cristina, 31. John has three children from previous marriages: sons Jack Ezra, 11, and Joseph John, 21, and daughter AnnaBelle, 15. Laguna Beach alum Talan Torriero, 30, and his wife, Danielle, are expecting their ﬁrst child. New Girl’s Hannah Simone, 36, is expecting her ﬁrst child with musician husband Jesse Giddings, 32.
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The comedian, 42, is working to help protect Planned Parenthood
I’ve always been a proponent of Planned Parenthood, PERSONAL STORIES but I really got involved this year because I felt like ABOUT GIVING there was a threat to defund it. I want to make people BACK aware of how much good they do in the world. They do cervical- and breast-cancer screenings. They’re the ones who provide birth control to so many people who have no way to get it because they are not insured or don’t want ask their parents. I went to Planned Parenthood when I was 16 and had an abortion. Afterward, they actually sat down with me and said this is what you do to prevent another pregnancy. This is the birth control you need to take if you are going to be sexually active. I feel like Planned Parenthood, in many ways, saved my life as a kid. I didn’t want to be a teenage mother. They gave me an outlet and a safe place to talk and think it through. Every single day I am so grateful, because [without Planned For more information, go to planned Parenthood] I wouldn’t have had this life I have now. parenthood.org —REPORTED BY MIA McNIECE
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passages moving his truck in his driveway on April 15.
WEDDING Country singer Sam Hunt, 32, married ﬁancée Hannah Lee Fowler in Cedartown, Ga., on April 15.
SPLIT NBA star Carmelo Anthony, 32, and his wife of seven years, La La Anthony, 37, have reportedly separated. They have one son, Kiyan, 10.
The shocking video of United Airlines passenger David Dao being violently dragged off a plane by Chicago airport cops April 9 ignited outrage around the world. Now it’s also led to sweeping changes in how airlines treat passengers who are involuntarily bumped from ﬂights. “For a long time airlines, United in particular, have bullied us,” Dao’s attorney Thomas Demetrio told reporters at an April 13 news conference. “We want fairness. . . . We want respect, and we want dignity.” Dao, 69, was traveling on a United Express ﬂight from Chicago to Louisville, Ky., when the airline insisted he give up his seat to a United employee who needed to be in Louisville the next morning. When Dao refused, the aviation officers physically
April Welcomes Son (Finally!) After two months of teasing, April the giraffe gave birth in front of an online audience of 1.2 million In February Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, N.Y., posted a livestream of April, its pregnant giraffe, promising the impending arrival of a baby. (The father is 5-year-old Oliver, who resides in the pen next to April’s.) The stream captivated the world as April pressed on for weeks, and then months, with no calf in sight. On April 15 it finally happened: After a 16-month pregnancy, the 15-year-old giraffe gave birth to a male calf, with 1.2 million anxious people watching online. The 5' 9" calf, who will be named through a contest, weighed 129 lbs. and was on his feet just one hour after birth. Keepers say that both April and her newborn are in great health and will make their public debut in mid-May, when the zoo reopens. —KELLI BENDER
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Dao (above) was “irritated but not irate or belligerent,” says copassenger Joya Griffin Cumming of Louisville who saw his exchange with aviation officers. “He just wanted to get home.”
removed him from the plane in a horriﬁc scene captured on video by fellow passengers. By week’s end United had apologized to Dao and announced that its policies were under review. Other airlines responded as well: Delta increased the amount it offers bumped passengers from $1,350 to nearly $10,000, and American promised not to remove passengers already onboard. Meanwhile, Dao, who suffered a concussion, broken nose and two broken teeth, according to Demetrio, is considering a lawsuit. “We were horriﬁed and shocked and sickened,” Crystal Pepper, 33, one of his daughters, told reporters. “We hope nothing like this happens again.” —NICOLE WEISENSEE EGAN, ROSE MINUTAGLIO AND CHAR ADAMS
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Massachusetts police have arrested and charged 31-year-old Angelo Colon-Ortiz in the death of Vanessa Marcotte— a 27-year-old woman who was found dead and burned after going for a jog in Princeton, Mass., last August. Authorities conﬁrmed the DNA from Marcotte’s hands matched that of Colon-Ortiz. He is being held on $10 million bail and will likely be charged with murder, according to Worcester County district attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.
Video of a Kentucky doctor being violently pulled off a United flight prompts the airline industry to review the way it treats passengers
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Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss stars in the mother of all totalitarian nightmares DRAMA Offred, wearing a uniform of prim hood and draping gown—its color might be described as Nathaniel Hawthorne Scarlet—is in the supermarket, moving past armed guards and listening to other hooded women prattle on about oranges. “I don’t need oranges,” she thinks. “I need to scream. I need to grab the nearest machine gun.” Could any actress other than Moss say that line with such a precise distillation of despair and scorn, ﬁre and ice? She’s perfect in this fascinating adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s famous dystopian novel, which imagines an America where women capable of bearing children become the chattel—and birthing vessels—of a male political class and their infertile wives. Offred’s every move and action, even a Scrabble match with her so-called Commander (Joseph Fiennes), is part of the life-and-death game she’s forced to play as she dreams of liberation. Moss doesn’t make one false step.(Launches April 26)
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scavenger Darrell Miklos h has thiss idea: that astronaut Gordon C Cooperr, orbiting Earth in 1963, made note o of sunk ken ships visible in the waters below. IIn this w wild, entertaining series, Miklos— w whose logic l has gaps you could drop a sspace sh huttle through—tries to ﬁnd the late C Cooperr’s “map” and maybe hidden riches. (Discovery, (Discovvery, Tuesdays, 10 p.m.)
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Brad Paisley, Love and War
The Nashville vet is back in fighting trim COUNTRY Paisley’s new album gives the old twang a fresh twist with some surprising guests, including hip-hop producer Timbaland and Mick Jagger. On “Drive of Shame,” Paisley and the Rolling Stone lament a boozefueled night of bad behavior. You’ll get plenty of satisfaction from these crossover kicks. (April 21)
Free hugs! A panda and her cub in the Sichuan Province.
Born in China
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Lithgow’s Churchill in n Th he Crown, Geoffrey Rush’s Albert Einstein Ei is indulgently, warmly human and, despite the famous halo of upended hair, fallible. In fact, when we meet the great physicist he’s just had sex with his secretary, who nonetheless thinks he should be faithful to his wife. “I love the Swiss Alps and the Baltic Sea,” he answers her, amused by his own line of reasoning. “Why can’t I love you and Elsa?” The young Albert is played by J Johnny h Flynn, l who h matches h Rush h relatively l l well. ll. (National ( Geographic,, April 25, 9 p.m.))
This familyoriented documentary, shot across vast China, follows the lives of a panda and her baby; a golden snub-nosed monkey who feels displaced by the birth of a sister (he starts hanging out with a bad crowd); and a snow leopard with two hungry cubs. The movie is reassuringly pretty and gentle—as it needs to be when, near the end, we see how pitiless the struggle for survival can be. (April 21, G)
Rush is Einstein in National Geographic’s first scripted series.
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Dh Dha havernas v as a doctorr who deliverss palliative care—and then some.
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not saving patients in the ER, Dr. Mary Harris (Caroline Dhavernas) tends to a second, conﬁdential practice: serving phenobarbital cocktails to terminal cases in need of a mercy killer. The show doesn’t waste too much time on moral issues. It’s about how Mary covers her tracks, scores drugs and, on one occasion, ﬁnishes off a not-quite-dead client with a pillow. It’s more Dexter than Kevorkian, and rather enjoyable. (Lifetime, April 23, 10 p.m.)
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Henson as real-life mathematician Katherine Johnson.
back, L.A. police detective Harry Bosch, and possibly with too many irons in the ﬁre: He’s handling several murder cases and still not always keeping his temper in check. Titus Welliver, looking as if he just woke up on a mattress ﬁlled with gravel, is saturnine ass ever eeve ever—terriﬁc. verr te terr terriﬁc. rriﬁ iﬁcc (Launches (Lau (L aunc nche hess April Apri Ap rill 21) 2
Unsung heroines of the space race DRAMA Guaranteed to put you over the moon, this is the true story, both exuberant and inspiring, of female African-American mathematicians at NASA in the 1960s. The ensemble includes Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe and Taraji P. Henson, who’s electrifying in a big scene opposite Kevin Costner. She stands taller than any rocket ship.
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DRAMA An American troop in Iraq is deployed on a side mission that might be a boondoggle or a trap. Henry Cavill, unsmiling, grimy and muscled, is the one officer who understands the terrain. (Launches April 21) Cavill in an engrossing story about desert warfare.
Bloodlines: Winfrey as Deborah Lacks and Leslie Uggams as her cousin.
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
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A tragedy—and triumph—starring Oprah Winfrey DRAMA Henrietta Lacks, as the world now knows thanks to Rebecca Skloot’s groundbreaking bestseller, died of cervical cancer in 1951—yet she went on to give life to millions. Johns Hopkins Hospital removed a tissue sample, without her or her family’s knowledge, and bred a line of cells that proved to be a game changer in medical research. Oprah Winfrey plays her daughter Deborah, a valiant but troubled woman, and Rose Byrne is Skloot in this hotly emotional story about race, family and bioethics. (HBO, April 22, 8 p.m.)
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deal inside a Boston warehouse goes seriously, absurdly wrong in director Ben Wheatley’s tightly choreographed, often ingenious exercise in mayhem. It’s something like Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs, only scaled down from the reservoir to an aquarium. Armie Hammer and Oscar winner Brie Larson are involved in a handoff of guns to the IRA. But, as will happen at even the most cordial get-together of itchy trigger ﬁngers, bullets are soon ﬂying—and pinging off concrete and steel into legs and arms. Duck, idiots! (April 21, R) PEOPLE May 1, 2017
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‘I HAVE NO MORE SECRETS’ Nearly two years after introducing Caitlyn to the world, the former Olympian shares her incredible journey to womanhood— and true happiness— in a revealing new memoir
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Caitlyn Jenner isn’t about that I have slept with roughly five to look like a grandma. On a women in my life, and I was married to spring day in L.A. she’s rock- three of them. ing black boots with heels They don’t know that underneath and a short sweater-dress. the business suit I am wearing panties “This is a young and hip, and a bra. That I am not Bruce Jenner cute little look,” says Jen- but a woman I will come to call Caitner, whose ensemble shows lyn, who still has to be Bruce except off her tanned legs—and a faint scar for stolen moments where I can be my from a college football injury. “Am I authentic self. The speech I give that going to dress like a 67-year-old? No! day is called “Finding the Champion In actuality I’m 2 years old!” Within.” All bulls---. Indeed, it’s been just 22 months since After the speech she returns to her Caitlyn made her public debut on the hotel suite to perform her customary cover of Vanity Fair, a culmination of ritual: dressing in female clothing, most her transition from Olympic icon to of it stolen from wife Kris’s closet. transgender woman. Since then her life I have also stolen makeup over the has been a crash course in living freely as years not only from Kris but the rest of a female. In January she opted K-troop, because—trust me on to undergo gender-reassignment this—there is more makeup surgery, but she downplays the per user in our home than significance.“Transitioning any in history. I have bought is about nothing else but your makeup how-to books. I keep soul,” she tells People. “You the books, along with my meaare no more a woman the day ger collection of clothing, in after [the surgery] than the day a small closet with a lock in before, okay?” As she explains in back of my own closet. Kris Caitlyn her new memoir The Secrets of and I have negotiated this, Bares All My Life, excerpted here, “I (got) since she is terriﬁed, as I am, Jenner says she tired of tucking the damn thing of the kids ﬁnding something. decided to be in all the time.” It almost happened once “extraordinarily Long plagued by loneliness honest” in her with Kendall and Kylie. One and shame that came with deny- book. She hopes suspected the other of stealher journey ing her true self, she is relishing inspires others. ing clothing and activated the the new freedom. “I am so happy camera on their computer. and peaceful,” says Jenner, who has With everyone out of the house I emerged as a passionate advocate for dressed up. I went into Kylie’s room to thetransgender communityand LGBTQ check myself out because it had a fullissues. “And I don’t have any secrets.” length mirror. Later that night I heard What’s more, she adds with a smile, “I’m them running to their mother yelling, having an extraordinary amount of fun.” Oh my God, what’s on the computer screen?! They were mercifully too I am at the Marriott Hotel in Orlando young to understand. giving The Speech. It is the 1990s. I I look at myself in the mirror of the know why people are here. To listen to hotel room to make sure I am passable the Bruce Jenner who won the decathas a woman. I carry a purse—Kris’s, of lon at the 1976 Olympics. Who became course. an American hero. Living with the Kardashian women They don’t know that when I look and Kendall and Kylie is incredibly into the mirror I see something entirely rewarding—don’t get me wrong. They different, a body I loathe: a beard that are dazzling, and in several years’ time is noticeable no matter how close the Keeping Up with the Kardashians will shave, a penis that is useless except for draw millions of viewers. I come across pissing in the woods. They don’t know in the show as a well-meaning but
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A Life of Highs and Lows
1. Born on Oct. 28, 1949, Jenner felt insecure and socially awkward as a child. 2. Jenner (top, at age 15) has always loved fast cars. 3. The day after winning Olympic gold in ’76, she worried, “Where do I hide now?” 4. Jenner wed college sweetheart Chrystie in 1972. 5. After marrying in 1981, Jenner and Linda Thompson had sons Brody and Brandon. 6. Jenner says she told Kris about her gender issues before their 1991 wedding.
Excerpted from The Secrets of My Life by Caitlyn Jenner. Copyright © 2017 CJ Memories, LLC. Reprinted with permission of Grand Central Publishing. All rights reserved.
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s slightly doddering patriarch who only does what his wife tells him. In other words: a true depiction. h Outwardly my life is good: terriﬁc children, a sstrong marriage (at least before the show takes off ), steady work. It is not enough. o Jenner recalls feeling gender dysphoria—though sshe had no name for it—from childhood. I exhibited no outward signs of “femininity.” I never felt feminine, but I did identify as female. n What is femininity anyway? Because I continue W tto love car racing, does that somehow make me less feminine? It is only our backward deﬁnitions of male and female that may make it seem so. She did enjoy secretly borrowing her mom’s clothes and lipstick. And while she excelled at athletics, she never ﬁt the proﬁle of the jock-lothario. Unlike many athletes, I do not keep a running journal in my head of conquests. I don’t have the appetite for [sex], which is why the public’s obsession over whether I would [get gender-reassignment surgery] is annoying to me. It hearkens back to this misperception that people transition because of their sexual desires. My preference has not changed now that I have transitioned. A future female companion? I think about that. A future female sexual companion? Not happening, at least for now, and perhaps not ever. A future male sexual companion? I have never had the inclination. But maybe that attitude might possibly change if I have the Final Surgery. Jenner shared some of her gender issues with first wife Chrystie, whom she married in 1972, but mostly kept them hidden; Jenner’s second marriage, to actress Linda Thompson, fell apart because Jenner, increasingly conﬂicted, decided she wanted to transition. She began the process, which included hormone therapy, in the mid 1980s. But she changed her mind. I stop going through transition in 1989. I can’t do this to my four kids. I can’t do this to me. I can’t do this to society. It is not ready. I need cover again, and the best way is to start dating again. Jenner is introduced to Kris, also newly divorced with four kids, in 1990. We fall in love quickly (we marry after seven months). Since—let’s not kid ourselves—everyone wants to know, Kris and I have good and frequent sex at the beginning. It is imbued with love, but my attitude is no different than it was in high school: I’m just not entirely comfortable with it. I tell Kris about my gender issues before I make love to her. This will always be a subject of dispute between us. She insists that she was taken by surprise by my ultimate transition to Caitlyn, which obviously means in her mind
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that she did not know enough. All I know is I told her there had been a woman inside me all my life. I told her I dressed as a woman, and I did it several times in front of her. I also told her I had been in hormone therapy. It was obvious that the hormones had caused something—two somethings. To me they were breasts, size 36B. To Kris they were man boobs caused by my being out of shape. While Jenner enmeshes herself in life with her stepkids, and then Kendall and Kylie, she becomes distanced from the four kids from her previous marriages. For this she has deep regrets. They have loving mothers and stepfathers. So maybe that’s what I tell myself: They don’t really need me. There is a tendency to blame everything in your life on gender dysphoria. But none of that justiﬁes abandoning your own children, some for roughly a decade. Then it’s just a sad excuse. Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which Jenner and Kris dream up in 2007 as a way to create “a healthy trust fund” for their kids, takes off, empowering Kris but making Jenner feel increasingly irrelevant. With her gender dissatisfaction intensifying, she moves out and has surgery to reduce her Adam’s apple in 2014. Pictures and speculation about whether she is transitioning hit the tabloids. She decides she will move forward with becoming a woman once and for all and tell each of her children the truth. They show a range of emotions but are supportive. Thequestionposed byKendallreverberates:Do we still call you Dad? Yes. I’ll be your dad always. After undergoing facial feminization surgery and breast augmentation, she chooses a new name. One of my favorite pastimes became watching the Miss Universe and Miss America pageants to jot down the names of the contestants. But I never did settle on one that seemed just right. I’ve always liked the name Caitlyn. Caitlyn Marie Jenner. I can get used to that. In June 2015, Caitlyn poses for the Vanity Fair
All in the Family At Jenner’s side when she received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award in 2015: kids and stepkids (top row) Khloé, Kim, Kendall, Cassandra, Kylie, Kourtney, Brody’s fiancée Kaitlynn, Burt’s girlfriend Valerie; (bottom row) Burt, Brandon, Brody and Cassandra’s husband, Michael.
cover that will introduce her new self to the world. When I look into the mirror, I see myself for the ﬁrst time. So many other times I had looked into the mirror with disgust. Now I see who I am. She continues to wrestle with the question of the “Final Surgery.” It is a complex decision, made more complex because of the risk of any operation at my age. Why even consider it? Because it’s just a penis. It has no special gifts. But I want to have all the right parts. She undergoes gender reassignment surgery in January 2017 and writes, “I feel not only wonderful but liberated. . . . This is the ﬁrst time, and the last time, I will ever speak about it.” I am evolving. I am ready to seize the day after so many years in which I just wanted the day to end. I was lonely for most of my life. I still spend many nights alone. I still fear that I will be a loner even though I no longer want to be one. Maybe it is just ingrained into my soul, like my womanhood. But I am going to give it a hell of a try to break the habit. Caitlyn is too much damn fun. Bruce fundamentally disappeared the last ten years of his life. Plus, talking about the Olympics does get old, very old. Two days of my life lasted for more than thirty years. There is so much more.
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The Returnof Dan Rather MORE THAN A DECADE AFTER RETIRING OVER A CONTROVERSIAL REPORT, THE LEGENDARY NEWSMAN HAS MADE A SURPRISING COMEBACK AS ONE OF PRESIDENT TRUMP’S MOST VOCAL CRITICS
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Taking on Trump comes into it. I became convinced that maybe, in some small way, I’d have something to contribute. I was aching to do something of quality.” What began as a series of personal Facebook essays on political events soon made Rather an unlikely digital-media star—his posts are routinely shared more than 100,000 times. “I had no idea about Facebook,” says Rather, who only started social media a year and a half ago, “but the reaction to it amazed
“Some politicians set out to intimidate the press, ” Rather says. “But you can’t be afraid of them.”
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1. Rather (ca. 1980) was a correspondent for 60 Minutes when he was named Walter Cronkite’s successor to anchor CBS Evening News in 1981. 2. Rather came under fire while embedded with troops in Vietnam in 1966. 3. The anchor sat down with President Nixon in 1972. “He was secretly making plans to try to undermine individual journalists and organizations,” Rather says. “In the early stages of the Trump Administration you see echoes of that.” 4. Rather signed off from CBS on March 9, 2005, amid the fallout from the Bush report scandal.
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called him to action. “It’s one thing to worry about the country,” he says. “It’s another thing to say, ‘Well, what can I do?’ I’m dedicated to doing what I can.” For Rather that means keeping scrutiny on the new President. Once social friends (Rather and Trump met in the ’70s in New York City and served on a charity board together), the two fell out in 2000, after Rather aired an unﬂattering report about Trump’s exploration of a presidential bid. “He hated everything about it, and he let me know in one of those phone-pulled-away-from-your-ear type of situations,” he recalls with a laugh. “He never spoke to me again.” That being the case, the anchor is not hopeful he will be able to add Trump to his list of presidential interviews. “It may be more likely that I would become the Archbishop of Canterbury than that Donald Trump would call me,” he quips. But interview or not, Rather won’t stop digging. “American journalism needed a spine transplant,” he says. “We’d lost some of the grit. Now it’s all about asking the tough questions to hold the powerful accountable.”
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me.” Rather’s hard-hittin ng take on the new Administration—he has called out Trump for his immigration policies and attitude toward the press—has won him a devoted following among liberals, and he’s now launched his own news organization, News and Guts, which is committed to protecting a free press. Watch the full of People He’ll also publish a book of political essays this fall. episode Features: Dan “For better or worse,” he says, “I’m all-in.” Rather’s Comeback, It’s been a gratifying comeback for a man who available now, on the new People/ was forced out of his anchor chair after a 2004 Entertainment report on President George W. Bush’s military Weekly Network (PEN). Go to service. The story relied on documents that had PEOPLE.com/PEN, allegedly been forged and subjected Rather—long or download the PEN on Apple TV, a target of conservatives—to a firestorm of criti- app Roku players, Amazon cism. With his reputation under a cloud, Rather Fire TV, Xumo, was forced into early retirement. “They wanted to Chromecast, iOS and Android devices. offer me what many people would consider good money and an assistant to come and sit at a desk,” Rather says of his last days at the network. “But I didn’t consider it for a second. That’s not in my character. I said, ‘What am I going to do? Just come in and sit?’ They said, ‘You don’t need to come in.’” He signed off as anchor in March 2005 and sued CBS for $70 million for breach of contract (the suit was eventually dismissed). “It wasn’t the best of circumstances,” he says now. “I have a lot of ﬂaws and have made a lot of mistakes and have a lot of wounds—some of them self-inﬂicted, some of them still open. I have no illusions about myself. But I do care about this country.” In the end that sense of civic duty brought Rather back to the spotlight. After a decade working on smaller projects and spending quality time at home in Manhattan with his wife, Jean, 81—with whom he shares children Robin, 58, and Dan, Life Lessons 56—he felt ready to throw himself “I try not to get into his work. “Family is the sinangry or outraged gle most important thing in life,” about anything,” Rather says, adding that Trump’s says Rather. “Instead I try hard election and political scandals
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Healing After Loss IN A NEW BOOK, THE LEAN IN AUTHOR AND FACEBOOK COO SHARES HOW SHE’S COPED—AND WHAT SHE’S LEARNED— SINCE HER HUSBAND’S TRAGIC DEATH
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Soulmates “When I lost Dave, I felt like I would never be okay again,” says Sandberg (with him in ’04). Photograph by PAOLA KUDACKI
In the weeks after Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s husband, Dave Goldberg, died at 47, her mind kept returning to the horror. On May 1, 2015, Goldberg had headed for a workout at the Mexico resort where the couple were staying. Panicking when she realized he’d been gone for hours, Sandberg ran to the gym and found him on the ﬂoor by the treadmill. “In the middle of a meeting [at work], an image of Dave’s body on the gym ﬂoor would ﬂash before my eyes,” theLean In author writes in her new book Option B. “Even when I was not seeing his image, I was crying constantly. Lean in? I could barely stand up.” Today, two years after a cardiac arrhythmia robbed her of the man she calls “my rock,” Sandberg, 47, is back on her feet, though still fragile. “I might cry,” she warns visitors to Facebook’s Menlo Park, Calif., PEOPLE May 1, 2017
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offices. “I lost my husband, and it’s a horriﬁc thing to live through. I sat down with my children—they were 7 and 10—and I said, ‘You will never see your father again. . . .’” But the trauma has also taught her invaluable lessons, and Option B—written with psychologist Adam Grant and subtitled Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy—is her way of sharing what she’s learned. “It’s me trying to help other people get through what I have,” she says. “And to get some meaning from the tragedy. Dave was such a giving person. If his death can help anyone else—that’s who he was.” Sandberg and Goldberg, CEO of the company SurveyMonkey when he died, were best friends before they became romantic partners. Sandberg had been divorced and says she “wasn’t ready” when they met in 1996. “But I said to my mom, the person who marries Dave Goldberg will be the luckiest person in the world.” They wed in 2004, and though both had high-powered careers, Dave was an involved husband and dad, helping to inspire the “Make Your Partner a Real Partner” chapter of Lean In, Sandberg ’s 2013 bestseller that urged women to push for their own professional advancement. (“I realize now how hard that must have been to read if you were a single mom,” she says now. “I didn’t get it.”) After Dave’s death, in addi68
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On the Job Sandberg credits Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (with her at the office) with helping her through. “The place I went to cry was Mark’s conference room,” she says. Above: A Lean In event in 2013.
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“I like to talk about Dave,” Sandberg says. “I want everyone to remember how incredible he was.”
tion to crippling grief ‘Resilience is and fears that her kids something “could never have a hapwe can build, py childhood,” she felt like muscle’ isolated even as friends —SHERYL and family rallied SANDBERG around her. “People didn’t know what to say to me,” she says, “so they often didn’t say anything at all.” Opening up about her pain in a Facebook post helped people feel more comfortable approaching her. Keeping a journal helped channel her sorrow, as did learning from future coauthor Grant that “resilience is something we can build, like muscle,” she says, “in ourselves and our children.”(For her tips on coping and helping others with grief, visit people.com/option-b-tips.) Slowly the burden lightened. “That feeling of not being able to breathe is not forever,” Sandberg says. “I want people to know that.” She now has a boyfriend—Bobby Kotick, who runs the gaming company Activision Blizzard. “I found someone who has brought me joy and laughter,” she says. “People judge women much more than men if they start dating again. And that is unfair.” Her kids are doing well too. She travels less for work and makes sure to be home for dinner. “I travel when I have to, but I want to put them to bed—I want to be home at night,” she says. So has she switched over to leaning out? Not a chance. Suffering the gut punch of grief led her to establish more generous bereavement leaves at Facebook, and “we know that companies run by women have better family-friendly policies,” she says. “I’ve definitely learned how hard it can be to lean in when you’re struggling at home. But I deeply believe—maybe even more—in the importance of female leadership.”
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“People would say, ‘Stay away from him, what are you doing?’” says Baigrie (with Manuel). “But he’s a human being. He’s smart. He has a lot to contribute. Why not give the guy a second chance?”
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I FORGAVE THE MAN WHO SHOT ME In 1990 Ian Manuel shot Debbie Baigrie in the face during an armed robbery. Today the two have a bond that can’t be broken By C A I T L I N K E AT I N G 70
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t was shortly after 8:30 p.m. on 1 July 27, 1990, and Debbie Baigrie had just ﬁnished dinner with girlfriends in Tampa—her ﬁrst night out since giving birth to her second child. The then-28-year-old was walking back to her car when a group of men approached her and demanded money. “I’m serious, give it up,” she remembers one saying as she turned around to ﬁnd a gun pointed at her. Seconds later her attacker pulled the trigger, sending a .32-cal. bullet into the side of her face, shattering her mouth. As her attackers ﬂed, she looked down to see her shirt covered with blood and one of her front teeth fall to the ground in front of her. “I was so scared,” says Baigrie. “I kept wondering who could have done this.” Three days later she found out: Police arrested Ian Manuel, a troubled 13-year-old with a history of minor run-ins with the law. (No one else involved was ever identiﬁed.) In February 1991 Manuel pleaded guilty to armed robbery and attempted murder and was sentenced to life in prison without parole. Baigrie, who underwent some 40 dental procedures to rebuild her gums and teeth, struggled to put the incident behind her. “My only priority then was to help myself,” she says. “I was traumatized.” Then in December 1991 Baigrie got a collect call at home from Florida’s Apalachee Correctional Institution. It was Manuel. “Out of curiosity I accepted the call,” she says. “It shook me up. It was the ﬁrst time I’d ever spoken to him. I asked why he shot me, and he apologized. It was hard to hear his voice, but that took a lot of courage to do.” The call lasted just a few minutes, but it marked the beginning of a remarkable friendship. For the next 25 years Baigrie and Manuel wrote each other letters regularly. Not only did Baigrie forgive Manuel for the shooting, but “she became a mother to me,” he says. “She helped me grow up.” During Manuel’s prison term, Baigrie encouraged him to read and earn his GED. And in November 2016, when Manuel, now 40, was released from prison in the wake of a Supreme Court decision prohibiting life-without-parole sentences for juveniles charged with anything less than murder, Baigrie, 55, was there to greet him. The pair shared his first post-prison meal at a pizza shop just blocks away from where the shooting happened. “It was like I was reunited with my
FROM PRISON TO FREEDOM 1. Manuel at Florida’s Santa Rosa Correctional Institution in 2010. 2. Letters that Manuel sent Baigrie. “Ian’s were so well written,” says Baigrie. 3. Sharing postrelease pizza. “It was amazing to finally see her,” says Manuel.
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adopted son,” she says. “He’s now able to live the life I always knew he deserved to have.” Baigrie admits her family and friends were initially leery of the friendship. “People were trying to convince me that I had Stockholm syndrome,” she says. “They said there was no way he could be rehabilitated. But every life matters, and his was taken away. I was able to live a great life while he was behind bars. He was so young, and over time I got to see how smart and thoughtful he was.” As their friendship deepened, Baigrie, a fitness-magazine publisher, even joined forces with the Equal Justice Initiative, an Alabama nonprofit involved in Manuel’s case since 2006, to help secure his freedom. Since Manuel’s release he has moved to Montgomery, Ala., where he lives in an apartment paid for by the EJI and works for the organization as part of its Post-Release Education and Preparation program. “I’m so grateful,” he says. “I have a second chance at life.” After spending the majority of his time in prison in solitary confinement because of behavior issues, he’s enjoying his newfound freedom, learninghowtodrive,cook and dolaundry.Recently he opened his ﬁrst bank account. He also ﬁnds comfort in knowing that Baigrie is just one text or phone call away. “I wouldn’t be where I am without her,” he says. But Baigrie takes little credit. “It’s all him. I always knew he had potential. He’s going to make a huge mark on this world. I can’t wait to watch.”
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Finding Hope After My Daughterâ€™sSuicide AFTER CYBERBULLIES DROVE HER 13-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER TO KILL HERSELF, TINA MEIER TURNED PAIN INTO PURPOSE TO SAVE OTHER KIDS By JEFF TRUESDELL
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By the spring of his seventh grade year, Andrew
wasn’t sure he could take much more of the bullying. For months the St. Louis 14-year-old (whose last name we’ve withheld) had been getting called into the school counselor’s office almost daily and falsely accused of harassing another boy. “It made me feel like a target,” he says now. “There were false rumors about me. No matter what I would do, he’d manipulate it to make me look bad.” Things came to a head that April 2014 when the school called Andrew’s parents to say they were suspending him. By that time, says his mother, a teacher herself, “we had a suicidal kid on our hands. We didn’t know what to do.” That’s when a friend suggested the family talk to Tina Meier, who knows all too well the pain and devastation bullying can cause. Three weeks shy of her 14th birthday in 2006, Meier’s daughter Megan hanged herself in her bedroom closet after reading hurtful messages from a boy she’d been flirting with on the social site MySpace. The “boy” turned out to be a ﬁctional character, created in part by Lori Drew, a neighbor and the mother of Megan’s former best friend. (Drew was found guilty of three Internet-related misdemeanors; those verdicts were later overturned after a judge ruled it was unconstitutional to charge someone for posting false information on social media.) “When your child takes her last breath and you’re holding her, everything changes,” says Meier, 46. “It was a process after Megan died . . . but I knew I wanted to do something for kids.” In December 2007 she launched the Megan Meier FoundaA Safe Place tion, a nonprofit that has “We’re trying to help since brought its antibulkids who feel no one lying message and daylong cares,” says Meier (left, with a photo workshops to more than of her daughter). 280,000 students, parInset: kids and ents and educators across volunteers outside 36 states. Last August the new Megan Meier Foundation center. Meier opened the Megan
Standing Up St p I th In the MMF center’s t ’ artt therapy room, kids leave empowering messages for others. “What we really try to do is cultivate empathy,” says Meier (right, at an October 2016 presentation at a St. Louis middle school).
Meier Foundation Resource Center in St. Charles, Mo., which offers free counseling, advice and advocacy to kids who’ve been bullied and their families. “This started out of such tragedy,” she says, “then it became this passion and ultimately a mission I went into with full force.”
Meier found the inspiration to launch that mis-
sion in January 2008 when, following a local news story, she was invited to tell her story at an annual conference of Missouri school superintendents. “I was in such a state of grief and shock,” says Meier. “I kept thinking, ‘I don’t know how I’m going to get through this without sobbing the entire time.’ But I knew I couldn’t keep quiet.” That experience, she says, “gave me the ﬁre” to move ahead with the work of the foundation (started with a $100 gift from her aunt), and two years later she formally quit her career in real estate to dedicate herself fulltime as the foundation’s executive director. “Nothing was planned,” she says. “But wherever we were asked to go, I went.” Today the foundation operates on a $260,000 annual budget with a network of 150 volunteers. But for Meier, who was invited to a White House conference on bullying prevention in 2011, the important thing is being there for kids like Andrew. “They helped me through the hardest time in my life,” says Andrew, now 16 and thriving in another school. Says Meier, who’s divorced from Megan’s father, Ron, and lives with her daughter Allison, 20: “I knew what those families felt, because I was there.” And while she wishes every day she could change what happened to Megan, “I have to thank her for teaching me to be the person I am,” says Meier. “I can’t bring her back, but I can make a difference.”
WHEN YOUR CHILD IS BEING BULLIED Talk to your kids early about bullying— explain what it is and the warning signs, says Meier (with Megan in 2002). If you suspect your child is a victim, first listen—and validate their feelings—then discuss the details of what happened. Document everything: whom you spoke to at the school or elsewhere and the results; for cyberbullying, print or take screen shots of messages and photos. Work with your school so your child feels safe physically and emotionally—and seek counseling. For more information, go to meganmeier foundation.org
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americanvoices “For 10 years we felt like we couldn’t catch a break,” says Maks (right, and inset right with Val ca. 1997).
PROFESSION DANCING WITH THE STARS PROS BORN ODESSA, UKRAINE HOME LOS ANGELES MAKING THEIR MARK “The early casts of DWTS were 80 percent or 90 percent Eastern European immigrant dancers,” says Val. “That’s just one small community contributing in one small way. There are so many immigrant communities that contribute to the success of this country.”
‘We Started at the Bottom’ VALENTIN & MAKSIM CHMERKOVSKIY
They struggled to make it as immigrants from Ukraine. But thanks to Dancing with the Stars, Maks, 37, and Val, 31, are living their own American dream
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Life Before America Growing up in Ukraine when it was part of the Soviet Union, the Chmerkovskiys had little exposure to Western culture. American goods like a “a pair of jeans or a cassette tape” were rarities, says Maks. After the fall of the USSR, the brothers’ father, Aleksandr, started a lucrative retail business but “knew that could be taken away at any moment,” says his older son. When the business burned down in what the family believes was a mafia arson attack, they immigrated to the U.S., where Aleksandr eventually came to own a chain of dance studios with Maks and DWTS’ Tony Dovolani.
Finding Their Way in Brooklyn Maks was 14 and Val was 8 when they moved to New York City. Within eight months the
family went through their entire savings. “My dad had two college degrees but came here and was boxing pizzas,” says Val. “He was willing to pay his dues for the opportunity to live here and breathe this air.” Maks was mugged for his Rollerblades on his second day in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, and both brothers recall being bullied because of their accents and last name. “We had challenges,” says Val. “But we never let it chip away at the gratitude we felt for the opportunities we had.”
Becoming Patriots “I watched the buildings go down on 9/11. I saw how much that impacted our country,” says Val, who began ballroom dancing in the USSR and won world titles on behalf of the U.S. “I wanted to provide not only for my family but my country.”
Proud to Be New Americans Being immigrants gave the brothers a work ethic that brought them success. “I was very hard on Tia Carrere my first season on DWTS,” says Maks. “But I knew if we lasted longer, we got paid more, and my legs were helping pay for Val’s lessons and my family’s bills.” Adds Val: “I’ve never felt like this country owed me anything. If anything, I am forever in debt to this country. I’m very aware of the political rhetoric surrounding immigrants right now, but they come here to contribute and are the backbone of this country—and that’s why we are the megapower we are.” —PATRICK GOMEZ
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LIFE, LOVE—AND THOSE INCREDIBLE LOOKS— JUST GET BETTER EVERY YEAR FOR JULIA ROBERTS, THE E WORLD’S W ’ MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN W N ((FOR A RECORD FIFTH TIME!)) By Jess Caglee
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Who, Me? “Like, it’s not just of this borough—it is of the world!” Roberts jokes of being World’s Most Beautiful Woman.
have been married for 14 years. Their twins, Hazel and Phinnaeus (“Finn”), will become teenagers this fall. Their youngest, Henry, is 9. She works steadily but chooses projects carefully (she recently gave voice to a Smurf and in November she will star in Wonder, based on the moving R.J. Palacio novel) and spends a good deal of her time on charitable endeavors—a constructive use of the fame she’s always had a love-hate relationship with. Roberts recently sat down in Manhattan’s Gramercy Park Hotel to discuss her remarkable evolution, her plans for the next 26 years and her secrets to looking and feeling young. You’re the World’s Most Beautiful Woman. Congratulations! Are you excited?
I am! I am very ﬂattered. Just look at her and the answer may be obvious—but it’s still a good question: Why is Julia Roberts the World’s Most Beautiful Woman? At 49, the Lancôme ambassador is a testament to the power of good genes, healthy living and restraint from cosmetic enhancement. But our attraction to Roberts goes well beyond the physical. For nearly three decades we have watched her grow, learn, stumble and sprint, and we’ve discovered that the irresistibly vulnerable, determined, smart, fun-loving, girl-nextdoor persona that made her a star is also pretty much who she really is. People has named Roberts the World’s Most Beautiful a recordshattering ﬁve times—ﬁrst in 1991. Then she was a skittish 23-year-old adjusting to fame and adulthood. Her looks haven’t changed a lot since, but everything else has. She and cinematographer Danny Moder, 48,
So you still get excited when people call you beautiful. It has happened for a long time. This is your fifth time on the cover of the World’s Most Beautiful issue.
Really? Wow! George Clooney has been Sexiest Man Alive two times. Julia Roberts, World’s Most Beautiful five times.
I’m going to mention that in my Christmas card to the Clooneys this year. The first time you were on the World’s Most Beautiful cover was 1991.... When you look back at yourself at 23, what would you say you were like?
Adorable and naive and so happy to be invited to the party, you know? People say, “Oh, when Pretty Woman came out it must have really changed your life,” and it’s kind of become this joke, but the truth is I was out of town when Pretty Woman came out. I was in another movie in this tiny little town that was showing
“Was I old enough?” she jokes of her first World’s Most Beautiful cover (she was 23).
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I always knew that there was something optimistic in me
Her Firsts Who’s the first person who ever called you beautiful? Oh, probably my dad. First time you wore makeup? Oh, I was dreadful. My mom always did this fabulous eyeliner thing. I took her liquid eyeliner and tried to put it on the inside of my eyelids, and then I closed my eyes and there’s black eyeballs. I was like, “I’m blind!” First job? At ShowBiz Pizza across from Cumberland Mall as a cashier. On the weekends when we had birthday parties, I wore the bear suit and brought out the birthday cake. First movie you ever saw? I think Benji or Macon County Line. Very different films!
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First thing you do when you wake up? Put on my glasses. First thing you do when you get home? Kiss my family.
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What I Eat in a Day ROBERTS PACKS PROTEIN INTO HER MEALS—BUT ALLOWS HERSELF CARBS, INCLUDING A COOKIE!
Breakfast “I love to eat eggs for breakfast.”
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When was the last time you danced? Danced, like dance my ass off? My birthday. Last time you were moved to tears? Seeing Dear Evan Hansen a few days ago.
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Last time you were starstruck? I’m remembering the time I was probably the most starstruck, a very long time ago. Gene Hackman was coming out of the elevator, and I was going in to the elevator. I saw him and I started sobbing. He could not have been sweeter about it.
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Star Wars in its ﬁrst run. I remember reading USA Today: “Pretty Woman came out this weekend and made this much money,” and I thought, “Is that a lot of money? Is that good? Is that great?” I didn’t really know.
There was a moment in time when that was a bigger challenge to me, but it was also the time when paparazzi were hiding in bushes and would sort of jump out. I didn’t like that— call me crazy. So I did get a little thrown off balance for a period of time from all of that.
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Was it difficult when you got out of that bubble and realized that the entire world knew who you were and cared about every single thing about you?
You and I met in 2001, 16 years ago. The following year you would marry Danny and then eventually start a family. You were starting to figure
out...how to have a private life.
Last recurring dream? I’m not good at remembering my dreams. I mean, every day my husband walks in the door, it’s like a recurring dream. I’m like, “Ah, he’s back!”
Well, how to be in absolute control of certain aspects of life...because there are some things that just aren’t going to be in my control. To just become far less concerned with outside inﬂuences.
Does it take a lot of work to keep [away from] the outside influences? You can’t go to the grocery store or on the Internet without reading about yourself.
I don’t need to know every weird, mean, untrue, odd [tabloid claim]— I only eat popcorn, or my husband doesn’t love me unless I wear blue. I go to the grocery store...and there is the odd occasion where I’m waiting and I’m looking around and I’m
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like “What?!” and turn to the man behind me and go, “Not true, sir!” What do you do in your life to de-stress?
Play mah-jongg. [Then I’m] centered, good to go for the rest of the day—like ﬁlling up your car with gas. What’s a perfect day for you?
I can’t tell you on-camera, Jess. You’re making my cheeks turn pink. Is it even legal?
It is. Well, maybe not in the southern states. No, it’s just to be with my family [with] everybody feeling happy and running around and playing. Just sharing time together. Is there a place where you’re happiest?
Your twins are going to be teenagers this year.
[Feigns surprise] Yes, that is true! Did you not know that?
[Laughs] You say it like I feel like I should be doing something about that. I’m sorry to spring that on you. How are your kids different from you and how are they like you?
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They all have a very keen sense of humor. They all have a sort of different style of humor, but I do think they are all pretty funny, and I really hope they get that from me because that’s what I tell everybody. Last night we were playing [the card game Anomia], all of us—my whole family, my sister and my brother-in-law—in stitches, just tears streaming down our faces, having the best time.
Not happy. 13.
Keep going. 24, better! I was awkward. You know there are really only four people who were fabulous, and unfortunately I went to high school with all four of them. Where are they now?
Do you want to know something? Yesterday we had a Skype call to a boy I went to school with who was smart and a football player and was handWhat do you tell your daughter and your sons about beauty, appearance, some and dated the prettiest girl—not pressure to dress a as pretty as his wife, but back certain way? then the prettiest girl—and he went on to become an astroIt’s an interesting naviganaut. He is in space, and we tion because you don’t Skyped with him yesterday. want to mess them up, He, like, ﬂoated and told us you don’t want to make Watch Julia’s full all about this space mission them aware of something interview in People that was better that they Cover Story: World’s that he is on, and I told him, Most Beautiful—Julia “You are officially the coolweren’t aware of.... available est guy I went to high school I think as long as everybody Roberts, now on the new with.” [Shane Kimbrough, 49, smells good and has People/ Entertainment just returned from almost six a smile on their face, that’s Weekly Network months aboard the Internaa beauty regime! (PEN). Go to people.com/PEN, tional Space Station.] Were you a happy kid? or download the How old as a kid? People who had their glory PEN app on your 9.
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At home or in New Mexico, our house there. The kids are really happy there. Danny and I love it there. Just wide-open space.
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I think I’m currently peaking. I’m a slow rise. I’m like a slow Thanksgiving roll
and then just one day it stuck. [My mother] absolutely led by example. You lost your mother a couple of years ago. Did the things that she taught you crystallize for you when she was gone?
I think it’s in a state of ﬂow when things come to me or just my gratitude [for] something is sharper.... My mom worked a full-time job and raised three girls pretty much on her own. My brother’s older, so he was gone and out of the house. [When I] had three children under 3 years old, I was like, “Mom, how did you do this?” And instead of saying, “Well, you just have to apply yourself and it takes effort,” she goes, “It’s called daycare, honey.” And I was so appreciative and so grateful she didn’t tell me some sage, bulls--- story about what it’s like to be a great mother. It’s been 26 years since you first appeared on the World’s Most Beautiful cover. Where do you see yourself 26 years from now?
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He goes against all the rules....You peak too early, it’s all downhill.
I think I was conﬁdent that it all would be okay, always. I think I always knew that there was something optimistic in me.
Do you look back and think, “I peaked at ‘x’?”
I think I’m currently peaking. I’m a slow rise. I’m like a slow Thanksgiving dinner roll. What were you confident about when you were young, and what were you
Everything else. Where did the confidence that everything was going to be okay come from?
Just bulls----ing my way through,
“I was raised with the idea of being helpful...and being part of something bigger than yourself,” says Roberts, who has long supported charities including Comic Relief, Chime for Change and GLSEN. “At this point, as a parent, I feel like it’s an obligation to lead by example.” For the upcoming Red Nose Day charity special on NBC (airing May 25), she visited Kenya, teaming with adventurer Bear Grylls to visit a remote village and deliver lifesaving vaccines. Richard Curtis, who directed Roberts in Notting Hill, helped create the Red Nose Day fund-raising campaign, and his partner Emma Freud is the event’s director. Roberts calls them “two of my favorite people in the world.” Visiting families helped by programs supported by Red Nose Day in Kibera, one of Africa’s largest slums (right), “I was so excited and encouraged by all the spirit that I saw and all the help that I realized could be done.”
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75 years old? I think if I can just grow gracefully-ish old and watch my kids grow up and realize their dreams and ﬁnd their person in life and hopefully have a family—little creatures for Danny and me to spoil. That’s what the winter of life is supposed to be about.
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Massage or facial? Facial. Red lips or smoky eyes? Smoky eyes. Mani or pedi? Pedi. Straight or curly? A little texture goes a long way. What’s one thing you would never wear? A thong bathing suit. What clothes do you like to shop for most? Pants that make your butt look small. What’s the oldest thing in your closet? I actually have a jean jacket from a major  motion picture called Satisfaction, which starred Justine Bateman. I’ve long let go of how silly I am in that movie. What clothes or accessories are you saving for your daughter or your sons? I have this little space in my house that my husband refers to as the heritage collection. Things I go, “I can’t get rid of [this], what about Hazel!” Of all the amazing red carpet gowns that you’ve worn, is there one you want her to wear to the prom? I would say, “Don’t be so dressy at the prom. You’d look cooler.”
Does Hazel experiment with her personal style, or do your sons? Probably Finn is the most fashion-oriented. Hazel has just a natural style, and Henry has a real, kind of athletic style. If your hairstylist Serge Normant came to you and said, “I’m thinking of a bob—I just want to cut it all off,” would you let him? I have no idea how many times I’ve said that to Serge, and he says this to me: “No, baby.” You would make a huge change like that? Mm-hmm. I may have to go to Supercuts. What’s your take on stuff like Botox, fillers and plastic surgery? Do it if you need it. . . . I think that we should all do what we want. Have you embraced aging? Are you fighting it? We have to put up a little bit of a fight. But then too much of a fight causes a wrinkle.
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Jumpsuit or gown? Jumpsuit. Sleep in or work out? Work out. Yoga or spin? Yoga. Wax or laser? Shave my legs. Blow-dry or air-dry? There’s pros and cons to both. Legs or cleavage? Legs. Baked, mashed or fried? Baked. Sweet or salty? I like a salted chocolate-chip cookie. Beach or pool? I’m going to say beach to make my husband happy. In store or online? Online is easier, but more deadly. Coffee or cocktails? Coffee. Clooney or Gere? Well, there’s pros and cons to both. It’s like the blowdry [or] air-dry!
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Emma Stone Though she sang and danced her way to her first Oscar in La La Land, Stone, 28, has her feet firmly planted on the ground. “I think there is maybe that notion that if you have a dream and then it comes true, everything’ll just be great now, and you’ll just be coasting,” said the actress, who stars as Billie Jean King in the upcoming film Battle of the Sexes. “But that’s not how it goes. I have such gratitude for it.”
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Abigail Spencer Getting to play a character who travels through different eras on NBC’s Timeless has its perks. “The history is nice, but my soul connection is through the costumes and hair and makeup,” says Spencer, 35. “The colors, the styles, it’s all just so dreamy.”
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“Twenty years ago I never considered myself beautiful, though Stedman told me all the time,” says Winfrey, 63. “It was a word I reserved for others, mostly models and movie stars. I now look back at tapes of myself . . . joyful, radiating with the fullness of life and think, ‘Why could I only see my flaws back then?’”
The Good Place star, 36, feels best “when my husband [Dax Shepard] is making me laugh. When I’m not looking in the mirror a ton. I ﬁnd that it doesn’t lead to anything good, because I just overanalyze everything,” she said.
Elizabeth Chambers Hammer Eating clean is a requirement for the Texas BIRD Bakery owner (and wife of actor Armie Hammer). “We love food in our house. We don’t have a no-dessert rule, but we do have a no-badingredient rule,” says Chambers, 34. “Everything from scratch.”
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“In high school people used to look at me like I was crazy,” says the stylish singer, 31, who made her big-screen debut in the Oscar-winning Moonlight and the hit Hidden Figures. “We couldn’t afford the latest fashions, so I had to get creative. But I’m thankful. It helped me create my image as an artist.”
Manny Gutierrez The 26-year-old beauty influencer (a.k.a. Manny MUA) is the first male to star in a Maybelline campaign. “I always thought makeup was a beautiful thing, the transformation of it,” he says. “If someone felt insecure about something, they could put on concealer, and it would change their entire day.”
Madison Ferris At 25, she made history as the ﬁrst wheelchair user to score a leading role on Broadway. The Glass Menagerie star, who has muscular dystrophy, lives by a mantra: “Do what you love and ﬁnd people who love it too.” 94
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Viola Davis A self-professed “geek” in high school, Davis, 51, says she was “overweight and didn’t wear makeup.” Now the Oscar winner for Fences admits Hollywood has allowed her a newfound sense of confidence. “It took time, but I just want to look like me. With every year that passes, it’s just about getting to another layer of my authentic self.” THE LEADING LADY
Emma Watson Playing Belle in Beauty and the Beast marked a new chapter for the former child star, 27. “When I ﬁnished the ﬁlm, it kind of felt like I had made that transition into being a woman onscreen,” she said.
Tamron Hall “Beauty to me means appreciating who you are,” says Hall, 46, who left the Today show after learning Megyn Kelly had been given her time slot. “You have to be able to look at yourself in the mirror and say, ‘You know what, I’m proud of myself.’ ”
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IN THEIR OWN WORDS
The women of This Is Us go back in time tto o ggive ive advice advice to to their their 15-year-old 15 year old selves s e l ve s
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Hi, Mandy, There’s one thing I want you to hear: Don’t become an old woman too soon! It’s ironic because when you’re 33, you’re going to play this wonderful character from her mid-20s to her mid-60s, and you’ll be blown away after sitting in the makeup chair and seeing a 60-year-old version of yourself in the mirror. Then again, we’ve always felt like an old soul. When you’re older, you might not be interested in going out or exploring the night life, but you should! Be more spontaneous. Say yes when people ask you out to dinner. Go on more trips. Don’t worry about the future—Mom and Dad will support you through every twist and turn life takes. Believe me, the clarity and the wisdom that comes with time, there’s no substitute for it. By the time you’re in your 30s, you’ll be the most comfortable in your skin that you’ve ever been. You’ll know who you are, you’ll know what you want. You’ll go through lulls in your career and your personal life, and it will all build your character. Just remember to always enjoy the moments as they happen. Focus on the bigger picture, it will be worth it.
Susan Kelechi Watson Dearest ZQ, Hey, young one with the round cheeks, big eyes and skinny little legs . . . in the next seven years you’ll suffer the loss of five great women you loved. Women who cared about you, listened to you and raised you. Not an easy time in your life, kiddo, but you will survive . . . and who they were will make you better. Your Auntie Essie, a.k.a. the Greatest Godmother of all time, taught you that family is not just a blood relationship, it’s one you invest in with love. One day cancer will overwhelm her body, but she’ll leave you with the gift of time and investment. She’ll make sure you know how important it is to show children that you care, even if they are not your own. Auntie Saskea will pass too, from lupus. Oh man, she was a beauty. She was a resilient, defiant presence. And even near the end, when the disease ravages her body, you’ll sit with her and hear her speak of love and life, and you’ll learn that beauty resonates from the inside out. Cousin Carmen will pass, but she leaves you with the gift of saying the truth without fear. Fadia, one of your best friends, will suddenly go home to be with the Lord, and it will change your world. But she’ll remind you to choose joy. You can’t go wrong if you choose joy. To Great-Grandma, your second mother, you owe the most humble thanks of all. She’ll show you how to appreciate every year of life you get. She’ll teach you that love is meant to be passed on if you want to be surrounded by more of it. Yes, these women will transition into spirit and light, and you will survive it. In your life and in your art, they will make you better. P.S. You’ll also drop the ZQ and just go by Su. Trust.
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Chrissy Metz Hey, Girl, Hey! You are just as important and beautiful as Amy, the most gorgeous cheerleader in your entire school, even if your hair isn’t the perfect natural shade of honey blonde or because your clothes aren’t from Guess or that your curves look VERY different from hers. Contrary to the bill of goods you’ve been sold, life is not a competition. Stop comparing yourself to anyone or anything. We are all on our own journey, and YOU are the driver. There will be bumps in the road, detours to be taken and pit stops will have to be made, but you’ve got to fill ’er up and keep going. You will lose your map, but never your intuition. Allow every smile, frown and town you drive through to open your mind, but never close your heart. One day you will appreciate the upgrade of that cruise control, but never take your eye off that winding road you have paved by being courageously you! Kelechi Watson photograph by FABIO CHIZZOLA
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Jenna Dewan Tatum with Meeka (top), a miniature Japanese spitz, and Lulu, a pit-bullCatahoula mix Jenna Dewan Tatum already had Meeka, 9, when her husband, Channing Tatum, brought Lulu, 7, home from a pound in Alabama, where he had been visiting family. “Lulu is like a fur Chan,” jokes Dewan Tatum. “She’s wild; she loves adventure. And Meeka taught me how to care for something before I had my daughter [Everly, 3].” Both dogs also do dancing tricks—they are Tatums, after all! “Meeka can do a pirouette,” says the World of Dance host, 36. “And Lulu jumps up, and we do the Baby dance scene from Dirty Dancing!”
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Jamie Chung with Ewok, a miniature schnauzer-shih tzu Jamie Chung and her husband, fellow actor Bryan Greenberg, didn’t have to compromise when it came to naming the pup they got from Saving SPOT! Dog Rescue in Los Angeles. “We love Star Wars, and when we first met him, at 8 weeks old, he was just a little fluff ball, with the markings of an Ewok, so the name stuck,” says Chung, 34. The 2-year-old dog has pushed the couple to get outdoors more. “We’re always at a park or checking out the local hikes,” says the Gotham star. “It certainly has gotten us healthier!”
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with Angel, a German shepherd-Lab mix Shay Mitchell’s rescue already had the name Angel when she adopted her three years ago. “It just suited her perfectly,” says the Pretty Little Liars star, 30. “She was superchill.” The actress admits she “probably looked at 4,000 dogs” before finding her ideal pet at L.A.’s South Central Animal Shelter. “I saw her, and she was looking up, and I was like, ‘She’s coming home with me!’” Now 6, Angel “makes my life better by just being,” says Mitchell, who returns the favor: “I spoil her. Her bed is more expensive than my bed! She lives a great life.”
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with Rocky (top), a teacup Maltipoo, and Rydell, a teacup Yorkie Opening her heart to two puppies has been a healing experience for the star, 23, who will soon release her new single “Wind Up.” “I was going through a breakup when I got them, and they would come right up and cuddle me,” says Palmer. Ten-month-old Rocky’s frenetic energy sometimes drives her crazy, but 11-month-old Rydell, whose name was inspired by Palmer’s role in Grease Live, “never asks for too much,” says the actress. “He’s a Mama’s boy.”
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Beth Behrs with Belle, a quarter horse-mustang After taking equine-guided therapy classes to help alleviate panic attacks in 2015, the Two Broke Girls actress decided to adopt a horse of her own. Last year she found Belle, 6, through the Blue Apple Ranch horse sanctuary in Ramona, Calif. “I always say, ‘Who rescued who?’ ” says Behrs, 31, who spends weekends riding Belle in Topanga, Calif., and describes the experience as “grounding.” After witnessing firsthand how horses can be healing, Behrs cofounded SheHerdPower, an equine-therapy program to help sexual-assault survivors, a cause she became interested in after one of her close friends became the victim of sexual assault. “Belle has been the greatest teacher,” she says.
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If, from June 1, 2012 through July 31, 2015, you received automated telephone calls or calls to a number registered on the National Do Not Call Registry from Discover Home Loans, Inc., you may be entitled to beneﬁts from a class action settlement. A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit, Davenport v. Discover Financial Services, et al., No. 1:15-cv-6052 (N.D. Ill.), where Plaintiff alleges that Discover Home Loans, Inc. (“DHL”) placed unwanted automated telephone calls and telephone calls to numbers on the National Do Not Call Registry. DHL denies these allegations and has asserted defenses. In agreeing to settle, DHL does not admit any wrongdoing. WHO IS A CLASS MEMBER? You may be in the Settlement Class if DHL purchased your contact information from a third party lead generator and used that contact information to make one or more non-emergency calls, between June 1, 2012 and July 31, 2015, (a) promoting goods or services to a telephone number using an automatic telephone dialing system or an artiﬁcial or prerecorded voice, or (b) within any twelve-month period to a telephone number registered on the National Do Not Call Registry. SETTLEMENT TERMS DHL has agreed to pay $5,000,000 into a settlement fund that will cover: (1) cash payments to eligible Settlement Class Members who submit Claim Forms; (2) attorneys’ fees to Class Counsel not to exceed $1,466,000 and Class Counsel’s out-ofpocket expenses as approved by the Court; (3) courtapproved service awards of $15,000 each to Plaintiff and Polly Hansen; and (4) the costs of administering the settlement. Your share of the fund will depend on the number of claims made. Class Counsel estimates valid claimants will receive approximately $25-$50. The $5,000,000 will be divided among Settlement Class Members who ﬁle timely, valid claims after deducting settlement expenses, service awards, and attorneys’ fees and costs. YOUR RIGHTS AND OPTIONS Submit a Claim Form. To receive a cash award, you must submit a valid Claim Form no later than July 24, 2017. Claim Forms may be obtained on the Settlement Website, www.DavenportTCPASettlement.com, or by calling 1-844-660-2226. Claim Forms must be submitted through the Settlement Website or by mail to the Claims Administrator at Discover Settlement Claims Administrator, PO Box 43469, Providence, RI 02940-3469. Settlement Class Members may only submit one claim. Exclude Yourself. You may also exclude yourself from the lawsuit and keep your right to sue DHL on your own by sending a written request for exclusion to the Claims Administrator by July 24, 2017. If you do not exclude yourself, you will be bound by the settlement and give up your right to sue regarding the settled claims. Please see the Settlement Website, www.DavenportTCPASettlement.com, for more details. Object. If you do not exclude yourself, you have the right to comment or object to the proposed settlement. Written objections must be signed, postmarked by July 24, 2017, and provide the reasons for the objection. Please see the Settlement Website, www. DavenportTCPASettlement.com, for more details. Do Nothing. If you do nothing, you will not receive any payment and will lose the right to sue regarding any issues relating to this action. You will be considered part of the Settlement Class and you will be bound by the Court’s decisions. Attend the Final Approval Hearing. The Court has set a hearing to decide whether the settlement should be approved on September 14, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. in Courtroom 2319 – 23rd Floor at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, located at 219 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL 60604. All persons who timely object to the settlement by July 24, 2017 may ask to appear at the Final Approval Hearing. The Court will also consider Class Counsel’s fee request, which will be posted on the Settlement Website by June 20, 2017. You may enter an appearance through an attorney at your own expense, but you do not have to. You do not have to attend this hearing. This Notice is only a summary. Details about the settlement can be found on the website: www.DavenportTCPASettlement.com. Please do not contact the Court, DHL or DHL’s attorneys.
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In Jessica Biel & Justin Timberlake “My wife is the greatest of all time,” said Timberlake of Biel, whom he married in 2012.
George & Amal Clooney The actor recently gushed about his wife (and soon-to-be mom of twins!). “There isn’t a day that goes by that I’m not proud to be your husband.”
THESE DYNAMIC DUOS ARE ALWAYS IN PERFECT STEP ON THE RED CARPET
Joe Manganiello & Sofia Vergara “I really do believe that we were put on the planet to be with each other,” Manganiello said.
John Krasinski & Emily Blunt After welcoming their second daughter, Violet, in June, Blunt said, “John is the most unbelievable daddy.”
Jay Z & Beyoncé The Lemonade singer, pregnant with twins, thanked her “wonderful husband” at the Grammy Awards in February.
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Chrissy Teigen & John Legend Opposites attract! “I think she’s brought me out of my shell a bit and made me enjoy life a little bit more,” said the singer.
Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani The country crooner and pop star are still going strong after more than a year of dating. “He is the most incredible guy,” said Stefani.
Ryan Reynolds & Blake Lively “You make everything better,” Reynolds told Lively during his Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony.
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Jennifer Aniston & Justin Theroux The secret to their happy union: “We appreciate each other’s sense of humor, we respect one another, and we get along,” he said.
Portia de Rossi & Ellen DeGeneres The best part of marriage, according to DeGeneres? “I have my best friend, the person I want to spend time with more than anybody else in the world.”
Tom Brady & Gisele Bündchen “I’ve been very blessed to find her,” said the Super Bowl champ. “Wonderful woman, wonderful partner.” CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: FRAZER HARRISON/GETTY IMAGES; RACHEL MURRAY/ GETTY IMAGES; ANTHONY HARVEY/GETTY IMAGES; STEVE GRANITZ/WIREIMAGE; MICHAEL LOCCISANO/GETTY IMAGES; NEILSON BARNARD/GETTY IMAGES
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Nick & Vanessa Lachey with Brooklyn, Camden & Phoenix For the Lacheys, having three little ones is just right. “We love the dynamic we have,” says Vanessa, 36, who credits “a lot of teamwork” with helping the couple strike a balance. “Any more than that and we’re really outnumbered,” she admits. Right now they are excited to watch their kids “grow into the people they are,” says Nick, 43. “Camden [age 4] is supersensitive and very shy. Brooklyn [age 2] is like a bulldog.” And 4-month-old Phoenix? “He’s easily the best behaved. But it’s still early.”
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with Alexa Ray Joel, Jack Brinkley-Cook & Sailor Brinkley-Cook The 63-year-old model’s children—musician Alexa, 31, actor Jack, 21, and model Sailor, 18—insist they got their showbiz instincts from their mom. “It’s a contagious gene,” says Alexa. “We’re all kind of theatrical and dramatic in different ways.” No matter how famous they get, “I taught my kids, wherever you are, there’s something to be grateful for,” Brinkley says. “Gratitude is the key to a happy life.”
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with Titan Rowland, 36, has been enjoying getting to experience life through her 2-year-old son Titan’s eyes. “When he’s playing in puddles, I look at it as an opportunity to be silly, to experience rain and what that was like for me as a kid,” she says. The singer and Whoa, Baby! author, who has been married to her manager husband Tim, 43, since 2014, is looking forward to seeing how her family will evolve. “My hopes are to raise a great man in our son and for me and my husband to always remain best friends.”
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Vern Yip & Craig Koch with Vera & Gavin For designer Vern Yip, 48, and his partner, groomer and doggiedaycare owner Craig Koch, 46, life revolves around their son Gavin, 7, and daughter Vera, 6. “They’re the first thing I think about when I get up in the morning and the last thing I think about when I go to bed,” says Yip, who welcomed both children with Koch via surrogate. “It’s so much fun to live life again through their eyes,” says Koch.
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with Poppy and Mila The Today correspondent loves that her girls are extroverted. “Mila [age 4] says the most hilarious things, and that reminds me a little bit of me,” she says. “She’s impulsive. And Poppy [20 months] is an all-out go-getter. She’s very funny. We call her Ronda Rousey because she just comes at you full-blast and head-butts you!” Confidence is a quality that Hager, 35, comes by naturally. “People laugh at this, but I think my dad was a feminist,” she says of her father, George W. Bush. “He showed us that we could be whatever we wanted to be. I want my girls to feel that way; I want them to feel strong and capable and feel like they can conquer the world.”
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EYES. SMILE. HAIR. AND MORE....THE FEATURES THAT MAKE THESE STARS STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD
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LILY COLLINS The actress, 28, who stars in the upcoming film To the Bone, has said her brows, which once spawned a Twitter account, “have a life of their own.” Her makeup pro Fiona Stiles reports, “All I do is fill them out, then set them with brow gel.”
JULIANNE HOUGH “Every workout that I do consists of holding and engaging my core,” the 28-year-old dancer and Dancing with the Stars judge says. “But I love targeting my obliques and lower abs. I have to be careful because it gets to the point where you can see actual muscles, and I go, ‘Does that look too masculine?’”
GABRIELLE UNION “I’ve always embraced them,” says the Being Mary Jane star, 44, whose cheeks have inspired dimplant surgery, according to plastic surgeons.
SCARLETT JOHANSSON A facial mapping study says that Johansson, star of Ghost in the Shell, has the most beautiful eyes in the world. Says her makeup artist Frankie Boyd of the 32-year-old: “We emphasize their green color with taupe and brown.”
AMERICA FERRERA “A real smile gives you energy,” says the Superstore star, 33, whose grin was once insured for $10 million. “A fake smile takes it away.”
LEA MICHELE The actress, 30, who just released her second album, Places, always shines with vampy or nude tones on her natural nails. The secret to perfection? “Regular maintenance, organic products and a healthy lifestyle,” says her manicurist Jenna Hipp.
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MICHELLE OBAMA Frequent cardio and strength workouts help the former First Lady, 53, maintain her much-praised toned look. “I want to be as healthy as I can be because I want to be able to enjoy my 70s and 80s,” she says.
CAITRIONA BALFE “I’m quite proud to say that I haven’t gone to sleep with my makeup on since I was a teenager,” says the Outlander star, 37, who favors NYDG’s Formula 119 Cream for her complexion.
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PRIYANKA CHOPRA “I was born bald,” says the Pantene spokeswoman and Quantico star, 34. “My grandma shaved my head four times before I was 1 so it would grow.”
HEIDI KLUM “I still enjoy wearing miniskirts and showing them off,” says the host of America’s Got Talent, 43, whose legs were once insured for $2.2 million.
PRINCESS KATE The T profile of the royal beauty, 35, matches the features—straight, delicate and feminine— that most women find desirable, according to a recent study.
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JENNIFER LOPEZ Lopez’s booty has been credited with inspiring a rise in butt augmentation surgeries, but the Shades of Blue star’s rear is all real. Lopez, 47, enhances it naturally by mixing up her workouts. “Dancing, yoga, weights and Tracy Anderson techniques are part of my regular regime,” she says.
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Beautiful THE KEY TO LOOKING GREAT PAST 70? BEING COMFORTABLE IN YOUR OWN SKIN
Diane Keaton, AGE:
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She covers up a little more than she once did. “If you look at Annie Hall, I’m sleeveless and my arms are dangling around. I did expose my body,” Diane Keaton says. “Now I would say no exposing of any aspect.” For the most part, though, the actress hasn’t let aging change her iconic look. Her beauty must-haves: still just “lipstick, a little eye shadow,” she says. Oh, and soft lighting “when you’re making up. The dimmer is your friend.” But then you go outside and . . . “Of course it’s going to look worse, but you don’t have to look!” she says. “And that’s the other point: Don’t take too much time on yourself. Keep looking outward—that’s where the amazing part of life is.”
Gloria Steinem, AGE:
“The degree to which plastic surgery has taken over is frightening,” says the feminist activist. “People would look so much better without it!” The natural look certainly works for her. Except for dyeing her hair, which she’s done since her 20s, Steinem abstains from interventions. “I’d be afraid no one would listen to me,” she says. “Talking to someone with bad plastic surgery is like talking to a man with a bad toupee—you cannot think about anything else.” Not that she doesn’t notice time’s effects. “My neck is sagging, my skin is terrible,” she insists. “But so what? After 70 you have no interest in being sexy.” She dresses, she says, in the same uniform she’s worn for 40 years: “black pants and top and an Indian belt or something.” Maybe even a motorcycle belt with sequins and studs. “I saw one in a Harley-Davidson store and went in and bought it,” she says. “The guy was kind of appalled. I am conscious of wanting to look cool, but I do occasionally think to myself—maybe an 83-year-old woman should not be wearing a motorcycle belt! Then I do it anyway.”
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“I’m so damn lucky to still be here at 85,” says Moreno, who stars in the Netflix reboot of One Day at a Time. “If I get a hangnail, I don’t dare complain! Life is good. I wake up humming.” The key to her youthful energy? Mind tricks. “I write with my left hand even though I’m right-handed, I walk backward in a very safe place, anything that engages your brain,” she says. Moreno’s beauty regimen is low-maintenance. “It’s bare minimum,” she says. “I keep my face clean and moisturized. ” She credits her flawless skin to her mother’s good genes. “I was born in Puerto Rico—I used to sit in the sun until I looked like a piece of bacon,” she recalls. “It’s a wonder now that I don’t look like an old wallet. I’m a very fortunate person.”
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Young Women’s Honors After hosting the Teen Choice Awards in 2015, the Jane the Virgin star, 32, said she wanted to give back to young people who are doing amazing things outside of the arts. “I was seeing how many kids were influenced by all of their favorite celebrities and artists,” Rodriguez tells People. “Then I realized we’re missing that kind of celebration of young people with ambition and drive.” Rodriguez flipped the script to present awards to young women who deserve recognition in their fields.
Population Services International As a Global Ambassador for PSI, a nonprofit that brings health-care services to people in developing countries, the 48-year-old actress traveled to Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi (above) to educate people about HIV/AIDS and teach them about easy at-home testing. “It’s a very powerful thing to go and be in the field,” Messing tells People. “Witnessing the difference PSI is making gives me a great sense of pride and hope.”
Gorgeous Inside & Out THESE T TH HES HE ESE SE FOUR FOUR FO UR WOMEN WOM WO OME MEN EN E EMPOWER OTHERS ALL OVER THE WORLD
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Myna Mahila Foundation and World Vision “It’s moving to see someone like Meghan interact so willingly and vulnerably with the children in our World Vision communities,” says Lara Dewar of World Vision Canada. “Her approach is beautiful.” In January the Suits actress, 35, who is dating Prince Harry, teamed with the Myna Mahila Foundation in Mumbai (left) to educate women about menstrual health. “She is very serious about the humanitarian issues she gets involved with and is keen to be engaged in a meaningful way,” says Kate Robertson, cofounder of One Young World, which brings together leaders to help find solutions for global issues. SANDRA LEE
Unicef The star chef has been involved with the organization since 2001 and was recently named its Special Nutrition Emissary. Lee, 50, traveled to Haiti last year to teach mothers how to provide care for their babies. “I picked up this child, and it was an instant connection,” Lee tells People. “The more you get to know these children and the more you’re exposed to what they have to live through every single day, the m ore de or d edi d cat ateed yo yyou ou be b ecom ome. e more dedicated become.”
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Myy moth m ther jjust tur turned 80, an 80 and nd she sh still turn r s he dss in the street. She hea has don ne nothing g to her facce—tthere is something inccred redibl iblyy no oble and beaauti utifful about that. Maii ntaini ntt a inii n g her f am m ous ously ly c urly hair
I usse a lott o off coconut oill. I also p oi playy around nd with wi h color. I havee been goi g oiin o ng g grayy since I was w 211. I don’t see it as a bad ad th th ng. thi g If I was wa n’t ’t an actres ac act esss, I would es dg go ful u l-o ul -on Bonnie Raitt.
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Anna Chlumsky, 36 VEEP ACTRESS Her new glow
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Amandla Stenberg, 18 STAR OF EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING, OPENING MAY 19 Speaking out about gender identity
I don’t always subscribe to female pronouns. Gender is a spectrum, and I try to show people you don’t have to conform in order to be worth something. Their skin-care routine
I like to naturally take care of my own skin. I make face masks with oatmeal or fruit and cucumber. Shaving their head f or the upcoming film Where Hands Touch
I used to dedicate all my energy to taking care of my hair. It’s been really freeing to present myself to the world exactly as I am.
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STAR OF FLATLINERS, OPENING SEPT. 29 Her beauty inspiration
My best friend Julianne Hough. She’s such a positive energy to be around. It’s infectious! Styling her new short do
I have curly hair, so airdrying is easy. I put the front in a roller while it dries for volume. What she’s learned about beauty
Less is more. The older I get, the less fussy I am. At the end of the day, you are what makes you beautiful.
My Beautiful I start my day . . .
HOW SINGER ELLIE GOULDING, 30, GETS READY FOR HER DAYS IN THE RECORDING STUDIO My morning beauty routine is . . .
Quick. I’ll use a face wash in the shower. Then I’ll do a toner. I swear by a few moisturizers, and I always use eye cream. I feel like I’m one of those people who always have tired eyes! I also won’t leave the house without putting on concealer and mascara and using an eyebrow pencil. I have nonexistent eyebrows, so I have to draw them on.
Training at the gym. Somehow I’m a natural at boxing. Who knew? And I hit hard. The idea of being physically strong and capable of defending myself gives me a real sense of empowerment, which is so different from the profound vulnerability I have when I’m by myself writing music. I also sweat like crazy, so I drink Core Water with lemon [she’s an investor in the brand and the face of its new #TrueToTheCore campaign] to stay hydrated. It’s part of my ritual.
My hair has . . .
Great consistency. It’s not too frizzy or too flat. But it’s grown so fast. Last year I had a bob; now it’s down to my boobs! I try to do as little as possible to it—just use a hair oil so it’s not too dry and texturizing spray to give it volume. I don’t wash it every day. Actually, sometimes I don’t shower at all before going to the studio, even after I train. I feel like I never smell.
When I perform...
I always wear high-waisted shorts. It’s not because I want to show my flesh and look sexy. It’s genuinely for practicality: I can run around the stage and not feel too hot or restricted. If I’d be insecure about anything, it would be my belly and waist, because it’s natural when you’re moving around quick that you’d be wobbly. But luckily the high waist is in fashion and covers it, so that’s convenient.
When I go out . . .
I love doing my makeup. I find it very therapeutic. And I’m so into fashion. I keep up to date with anything that’s going to be The Boot or The Coat or The Handbag. My typical look is pretty simple. I like a good shirt—I recently found this amazing Victoria Beckham blue one [above]—with nice jeans and a pair of boots. I’m not really a heel girl. TOP LEFT: DAMON BAKER/TRUNK ARCHIVE; CORE WATER
If I had more time...
I’d give myself space. Last year I did a huge amount of touring, and I didn’t have any space sometimes. But it’s crucial at this point in my career, so I’m taking time to sit down and reflect. I’m reading more books and seeing more films. Like, last night I watched a Chuck Berry documentary, and it was so lovely to just take it in. Those things will shape what I do next, because I’m discovering a lot about myself and the kind of music I want to make. There’s going to be new stuff out at the end of the year. I feel it bubbling up—I’m getting to a point of being so inspired.
MOMENTS FOR ME Award-winning actress and singer Renée Elise Goldsberry balances her busy life as a mother of two with a demanding work schedule. We talked with the Broadway and TV star about her favorite ways to recharge, refresh, and feel great in her own skin. TIPS FROM RENÉE Blissful Slumber Renée feels her best when she’s had a good night’s sleep, but that’s not always possible with a show that lets out at midnight and a family on the go. “Self-care is essential,” she says, “so that I can be present for both myself and the people in my life.” To make sure she’s well rested, she shuts down all electronics and reads before going to bed. (She’s also mastered the art of napping!)
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The Dangerous Woman singer, 23, said she grew up in a “beautiful, supportive, loud” Italian family.
“I was all smiles because I got to go to school and be myself,” said the Mindy Project star, 37.
“I still pose like this sometimes,” the Empire actress, 33, captioned this Instagram throwback.
“I had social issues growing up, as I think you do no matter who you are,” said the Pitch Perfect 3 star.
“I was in beauty pageants,” says the Smurfs: The Lost Village star, 24. “I’ve learned to look within for beauty.”
“I was so shy, I used to hide in the back of dance class,” says the Scandal star, 40.
“I was always getting into a lot of trouble,” says the Foxy Brown star, 35. “I was pretty hardheaded.”
“When I was younger, my hair was white, and I liked wearing it short,” said The Last Man on Earth actress, 39.
“I would put on shows at my grandparents’ house and sing ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow,’” said the actress, 28.
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Assembling these chairs from IKEA for my daughter’s garden party. There were a couple of components that didn’t go together, and I lost another. It was just as painful as a shoulder dislocation.
Last time I was injured Walking near where we live, I saw this big dead branch hanging from a tree, and I thought I would be chivalrous and remove it for the walkers behind me. I yanked it, and it wasn’t quite as dead as it seemed. It sprang back, and I dislocated my shoulder. I was okay, but I did scream and holler like a baby on the floor for five minutes.
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