Taylor Swift Stunning In ‘Cosmopolitan’ Magazine UK For December 2014! – Pics Here!


Taylor Swift looks stunning in a winter wonderland for Cosmopolitan magazine UK’s December 2014 issue. Taylor’s shoot features beautiful winter colors and a bold theme. Taylor is also Cosmo‘s cover girl for two other countries this December. Congrats to her on all of her continues success this year!

Check out Taylor‘s shoot and multiple covers below:

Taylor Swift Rocks ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ In Hollywood! – Pics & Vids Here!



Taylor Swift shut down Hollywood Blvd. in Hollywood, California on the night of October 23rd. Taylor performed to a huge and excited crowd. Her set included some of her hits as well as new songs off of her upcoming album ‘1989,’ including “Out Of The Woods” and “Shake It Off.” Taylor was also interviewed by Jimmy Kimmel about touring, her new music and more!

If you couldn’t be there in person, never fear! Check out photos of Taylor doing her sound check during the day as well as videos clips of her show and interview below:

Hilary Duff Is In ‘Elle Canada’s December 2014 Issue! – Photos Here!


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is taking Elle Canada by storm in their upcoming December 2014 issue. Hilary did a photo shoot with Elle where she rocked famous famous labels Saint Laurent and Dolce and Gabbana.

Which photo do you like better? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to pick up her issue of Elle Canada on news stands soon!

Joey King & Bailee Madison In ‘Thrifty Hunter’ Magazine For Fall!

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Actresses Joey King and Bailee Madison are taking ‘Thrifty Hunter’ magazine by storm for fall 2014! Both stars are featured in the magazine with fantastic, stylish photos. These young stars are at the forefront of what’s next in Hollywood. Read up on what’s to come for these talented girls in their interviews with ‘Thrifty Hunter’ on stands now. Check out their shoots below!

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Exclusive: Bono Calls Surprise Album ‘Punk Rock’ ‘Annoy People & Get in Their Faces’


Our friends over at Radio.com were able to sit down for an interview with music icon, U2 frontman Bono. In the interview this morning with CBS Radio’s KROQ , Bono opened up about the band’s release method. “The punk rock thing to do is annoy people and get in their faces,” he said. “If people have a problem with the way we released the album, I’m sure they’ve read about it online.”

Bono also talked about upcoming tour plans, the surprise album, and the meteroic rise of their song Songs Of Innocence — which has racked up 38 million people have listened to in just 7 days.

Photo Credits: Getty Images/AFP

Check out the rest of the interview with Bono on Radio.com here

Lindsay Lohan Looks Stunning On The Cover Of “Wonderland” Magazine — Check Out Her Pics!!


Lindsay Lohan is the cover model for the latest issue of Wonderland magazine, out on newsstands now!

In the magazine. Lindsay dishes on a lot of different topics: Her role in Speed-The-Plow: “This is a young girl who sets out for Hollywood and stumbles into something new, I can relate. I’ve been there, just in different ways.” On acting: “This is my life, it’s what I’ve known since I was three years old. It feeds my soul.” On seeing her at London Fashion Week: “I’m not sure, my only thoughts right now are on this play. Maybe on the weekend.” and much more.

For more on Lindsay, visit Wonderlandmagazine.com!

Hilary Duff Performs “All About You” Acoustic Version On Australian Radio — Watch Here!

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Hilary Duff has achieved a successful promo tour in Australia. She performed “All About You” on the Australian X Factor and got the new single into the iTunes top 10 overnight.

She has also done a few radio interviews and performances for her new single. Hilary performed an acoustic version of “All About You” for Fifi and Dave.

Watch the performance below.

Ariana Grande: Good or Bad? — See Her Interview!

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Ariana Grande is known for playing Cat Valentine on Nickelodeon’s Victorious and Sam & Cat, but she is better known for her strong singing voice. In a recent interview with the Edge 96.ONE of Australia, she addressed the rumors that she stormed out of a photo shoot for not wanting to work with the camera crew.

According to Grande, the reports that she is a major diva is “totally untrue and annoying.” She also went on to mention that it was the photographer who got upset with her because she wanted to change the top she was wearing. When she came back from changing, he was gone. She also said that the photographer put out untrue rumors about her. She assures everyone that what he had to say about her was nonsense.

Other than clearing the rumors of her recent behavior, she also discussed in the interview about how Australian toilets disgust her. She also was asked whether she consider herself a good or bad girl. Her response, “I think everyone has a little bit of both.”

She also mentioned that she thinks she could dance a bit more when on stage and that some artist sing more than they dance.

We’re glad Ariana isn’t turning into some big diva that wants things her way and that she can totally be down to earth.  Check out the interview below.



Jonathan Sadowski Dishes On Young And Hungry, Food, Disney And More — Check It Out!


ABC Family’s Q&A with Jonathan Sadowski
Young & Hungry

Moderator Does the amazing and hilarious cast make it easier or harder for you when you’re acting on set?

Jonathan It’s so funny, it’s actually a little bit of both. With chemistry it’s great, because everybody on the set is a pro, so in that sense they always give you something to work off of. But it gets a little hard because everybody’s really, really funny and it takes a lot not to break character. And then once somebody starts messing up it’s kind of like the inside joke to give them a little more and see if you can keep making them laugh. You get in this downward spiral sometimes in front of a live audience, but it makes for a great show [laughs]

Moderator Who’s the real comedian, off set?

Jonathan Kym Whitley. I don’t think she has an off switch. She’s wonderful. She’s always joking, she definitely has us in stitches on and off set. It’s Kym giving a play-by-play of her daily life and the life of being a single mom. She always comes to the set with a story. She always walks in sort of frazzled and will be like, “You’ll never guess what happened to me today,” and then she’ll go into some story. Usually the first 15 or 20 minutes of rehearsal is her stand-up comedy hour. She’s wonderful.

Moderator How would you describe your character? How similar are you to your character?
Jonathan Josh is a 29-year-old dot-com millionaire, and he’s kind of a geek. He’s a computer geek. I think ultimately for somebody who seemingly has everything together, deep down inside he’s a big kid who has this great parental instinct, he always looks out for the people he’s surrounded by, and especially those who work for him and his friends. I think that’s the one tie that Josh and I have is that we’re both big kids. Josh loves Star Wars and Star Trek, and he geeks out over video games, and I’m not sure if you know this about me, but I do magic, I’m a magician, and I can sit down with my buddies and talk about magic until the sun comes up.

Moderator What is your go-to comfort food?

Jonathan Burritos. I’m a burrito guy. I’m a burrito enthusiast, and I champion the longevity of burritos [laughs]

Moderator Have you been lucky enough to try some of the real life Gabi’s cooking?

Jonathan I have, actually! She does a web series for ABC Family as well, and over the course of a few of the episodes I’ve been a guest on, we’ve been able to make some food. Her pantry pasta is phenomenal. It’s just the easiest, most simple thing. She makes a pretty wicked hot sauce, too!

Moderator Is Emily Osment good at cooking in real life?

Jonathan It wouldn’t surprise me if she was! I haven’t had the luxury of trying any of her food, but she seems like she’d be great in the kitchen.

Moderator Do you have any cooking skills?

Jonathan I can cook. My mother is very, very Italian, so I grew up cooking with her and we always had big family dinners. I prefer not to clean up, that’s my big thing, so in that sense I tend to go out to restaurants [laughs]. I love entertaining, though. I love being a host. It’s so conflicting!

Moderator Have you ever had any disasters in the kitchen?

Jonathan I made a chili one time that I left on a little too long. Chili’s not supposed to have a crust, I’ll just say that [laughs]

Moderator Why do you think Josh keeps putting up with his fiancé Caroline instead of dating Gabi?

Jonathan During the episodes you see that she does have some redeeming qualities, and in the pilot episode Josh said that she’s perfect for him. When she gives him a horse, or through terms of endearment, or the way she looks at him, I think there is something there that Josh is completely enamored with, and I think a little more will unfold as the series finale happens. It’s going to be a doozy!

Moderator What’s it like working with Emily Osment?

Jonathan She’s great! She’s been around in the industry for a while. She’s been acting a long time, and she’s got some chops. Her comedic timing is amazing, she’s very, very quick. Even when we’re not in a scene, you always have to watch what you say around her, because she’ll take whatever you said and flip it and spin it into like four different things and make you regret saying it [laughs]

Moderator What do fans have to look forward to in next week’s finale?

Jonathan There may or may not be a wedding in the finale. As I was reading the script, I was just pulling my hair out of my head it was so good! The writers did a really great job. My hat’s off to David Holden. He really knocked this script out of the park.

Moderator If there were a spinoff of Young & Hungry, what would it be and who would be cast in it?

Jonathan So many different scenarios went through my head just now [laughs]. I would love to see any one of the other characters, like Sofia, or Kym (Yolanda), or Elliot. Can you picture Elliot with his family sitting around the dinner table, the conversations that would happen? Or Kym (Yolanda) back at her place raising her kid? Or Sofia with her Latino family? I think there are just so many possibilities for humor there.

Moderator What is your favorite Disney theme park?

Jonathan I’ve only been to Disneyland!

Moderator What is your favorite Disney ride or attraction?

Jonathan The Tower of Terror is pretty good! I love the Haunted Mansion, Indiana Jones, Space Mountain. I couldn’t narrow it down to one, there are so many to choose from! Also, The Cars ride is awesome.

Moderator What’s your favorite Disney food or restaurant?

Jonathan I’ve always wanted to go to Club 33. I haven’t been there yet! I’m going to go there. Other than that who doesn’t love a good funnel cake?

Moderator Who’s your favorite Disney character?

Jonathan Aladdin!

Moderator What TV character would you want to be your best friend?

Jonathan I’m a big Cheers fan! I think Woody would be a great best friend.

Moderator What was your favorite Saturday morning cartoon growing up?

Jonathan Muppet Babies. I watched that religiously.

Moderator Who is your biggest TV crush of all time?

Jonathan Rachel from Friends was always big for me. I always liked Christina Applegate on Married with Children when I was growing up, because I was from Chicago, it took place in Chicago, it held a special place in my heart.

Moderator Which TV theme song would you pick for your ring tone?

Jonathan ThunderCats! ThunderCats was great. He-Man was also awesome. No, you know what it would be, The A-Team!

Moderator Do you think you could survive a zombie apocalypse?

Jonathan Absolutely! I think I’ve watched enough zombie movies, and when me and my friends sit around and talk these are some of the questions, “All right, dude, you’ve got a paper clip and a piece of string, what do you do?” [laughs]. So I think we’ve been through about every scenario that could possibly happen.

Moderator What was it like auditioning for Young & Hungry?

Jonathan It was a really pleasant process! Sometimes the process can be grueling and you’re really getting in your head over the whole thing, but this was pain-free. I originally received the scripts, and after reading it I called my reps and I was like, “Yes, this is something I definitely want to do!” I went in and I met with David Holden and Ashley Tisdale and the casting directors, and after my initial audition they paired me up to do a work session with Emily (Osment) to test our on screen chemistry. After that, I did a screen test for the network, and I got a call that night saying that I was the guy! It’s so cool when you get a script like that and it’s something you really want to do and it works out. It was a great feeling.

Moderator What’s your favorite part about filming the show?

Jonathan The live audience. You can’t describe it. We get to make people laugh for a living. When you’re there on the set and you have 300 people who are completely invested in the show with you, and when you do something funny they laugh, and when it’s dramatic you can hear a pin drop. You just feel like you’re all on a ride together. It’s really cool.

Moderator How would you describe the relationship between Josh and Elliot in one word?

Jonathan Brotherly!

Moderator If you could build your own burrito, what would be in it?

Jonathan I call it the perfect burrito: half pastor, half carne asada, no rice, easy beans, onions, cilantro, a little bit of lettuce, sour cream, and habanero hot sauce.

Moderator Are you interested in any other aspects of the entertainment industry?

Jonathan Absolutely! I’m a screenwriter. I’ve been writing for years. In college, I studied directing and playwriting. I was in the Acting Conservatory for a couple of years and I transferred out into directing and playwriting. I’ve written screenplays and TV shows, and currently trying to produce one of the films that I wrote that I’ll be directing as well. It’s kind of a dark thriller. You’ve got to make them laugh and you’ve got to make them scared!

Don’t forget to tune-in to ABC Family next Wednesday at 8/7c for the summer finale of Young & Hungry!

Jennifer Morrison “Emma Swan” Q&A – Once Upon A Time: The Complete Third Season on Blu-ray 8/19


Q: Do you think one day Emma and evil queen Regina [Lana Parrilla] will find a way to get along?
A: Maybe in real life that would be possible but with a television show there wouldn’t be much drama if they got along. So much of television is based on conflict, resolving things and coming together, and it all goes in cycles. To keep intrigue going and to keep people tuning in to see what’s going on I think we’re always going to be in cycles of conflict together.

Q: What did you most enjoy about making the third season?
A: Selfishly my favorite part of season three was doing the last two episodes because they were both basically about Emma going on this great adventure. It was really fun. Emma had never been in Fairy Tale Land [aka The Enchanted Forest] before so for her to be there, to see her parents back in time meeting and falling in love, plus all of the journeys and adventures that I got to go on in those two episodes was really fun. Also to wear the gowns and the capes and be a part of that world that Emma had never been a part of before was definitely a fun adventure for me. I’m looking forward to seeing what’s in store for her when we start filming season four [in July].

Q: What’s been your most memorable on-set blooper?
A: I honestly don’t have one. We get asked all the time ‘What are the laughs on set?’ or ‘What are the jokes?’ but we have to film nine pages a day so there’s not a lot of joking. We all get along and we all enjoy each other’s company but most of the time we’re just trying to stay prepared and be ready for the next thing. There’s not a lot of time to goof around.

Q: So no wardrobe malfunctions in the Fairy Tale Land costumes?
A: [Laughs] Not so far, no, but then I’ve only worn them in two episodes and everything went well.

Q: You directed a short film called Warning Labels. Would you now like to direct an episode of Once Upon A Time?
A: I would love to direct an episode [laughs] but I don’t think they’d let me. It’s usually something that’s contractual; it would need to be in my contract and it’s not, but who knows what the future holds? Maybe if they see the short film and they like it they’ll change their minds. But I definitely will be doing more directing, whether it’s on Once Upon A Time or not.

Q: In the show, your character is grounded in reality, but it must be getting harder for her to stay grounded as the storylines progress. How do you see that evolving on the next season?
A: I don’t know anything about season four yet. I wish I did. [Laughs] I’ve been begging for information and they’re being very secretive so I’m honestly not withholding any information. But I’ve always seen Emma as her own person and also she’s a little bit like the representation of the audience. When people first began watching the show there was no reason to believe in all these crazy things we were proposing so Emma didn’t believe, along with the audience not believing. As Emma started to be convinced and to fall for the truth of this storytelling, then the audience fell for it with her. It needed to happen in season one that she broke the curse, otherwise people would start to get frustrated at her not believing – because she had too much proof that these things were real. She obviously has to deal with the fact that she’s the product of true love and she’s the child of Prince Charming [Josh Dallas] and there’s magic inside her that she doesn’t understand or know how to deal with. That keeps her grounded in a sense.

Q: Do the themes of the show resonate with real life for you?
A: There are parts of ourselves that we don’t understand in real life so it’s a metaphor for me. It’s a metaphor when I’m finding ways to connect with that part of the character. I may be talking about magic but maybe internally I’ll be thinking about love or vulnerability or taking certain risks that I don’t feel comfortable taking in my own life. So I assign the stakes of my own life to the stakes Emma would feel. I try to treat it the way you would if someone just walked up to you and said ‘By the way, you have magic’. I try to assess it as if someone was saying that to me. Near the end of season three, where I start to realize the wicked witch is in town, I’m like: ‘She’s real too? Good lord! What’s going on?’ I think the writers do a really good job of continually bringing Emma back to that place of everything being new and surprising to her. It was fun at the end of season three because there were some pop-culture references where Emma gets to be the one in the know and everyone else is going: ‘Who’s Princess Leah? Who’s Han Solo? Who’s Marty McFly?’ Emma’s the one who has the references and everyone else is confused, as opposed to Emma being confused and everyone else being in the know.

Q: Why do you think there’s such a fascination with fairy tales these days?
A: I think it’s a representation of what’s going on in the world. We’re in a time where information is accessible to everyone so nothing is a secret. We have the Internet, we have news everywhere, everybody knows every single thing that’s going on in the world at all times, and that’s not always been the case. No atrocity is a secret nor is any horrible crisis. We also just went through an economic crisis in most countries in the world and people are dealing with that, plus they’re dealing with personal illnesses, they’re dealing with wars in certain countries, there are all sorts of adversities and obstacles to overcome, and based on that everyone is searching for a place to have hope. The underlying message of fairy tales is that you’re searching for yourself, you have obstacles to overcome, there are journeys you need to take to find out who you really are, but when you overcome those obstacles you hope that life will be good. When we’re facing a lot of obstacles and we’re aware of the whole world facing obstacles maybe we’re all secretly searching for that kind of hope. So maybe Maleficent doing well and Once Upon A Time doing well is not just because there’s something comforting and nostalgic that we remember from our childhoods, it’s because there are underlying metaphors and subconscious meanings that are resonating with people right now.

Q: Do you have any input into the storylines on Once Upon A Time?
A: This is entirely the creation of the showrunners and writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. There are little details occasionally that come up – things like the fact young Emma wears a key around her neck, which is something I found in a bunch of memoirs I read about kids who grew up in the foster program. Depending on which home they were in, they often have a key round their neck and a box of stuff they travel with. I found several consistencies of behavior in the memoirs I read so there are little details in there like that. And when I gave Neil [Michael Raymond-James] the necklace back – when I tore off the necklace he’d given me – it wasn’t originally in the script that it would come up again. So yeah, there are tiny details, not specific plot points.

Q: What do you think about fans revealing plot points and spoilers on social media?
A: I don’t know what to think about that. I miss a sense of mystery in the industry, for sure. There’s something wonderfully magical about keeping some mystery to things and that applies to people’s personal lives and professional lives as well as plotlines. There’s something that’s been lost a little bit without the ability to maintain the mystery. I don’t know what to think about spoilers and things like that because obviously you want people to be excited when they watch in the moment and we’re thrilled that people watch the show when it airs and then start talking about it. But at the same time that might be spoiling the plot for someone who hasn’t seen the episode yet, or for a country where it hasn’t aired. It’s a weird balance. There are good things about it and bad things about it.

Q: Emma has a lot of fears, but what scares you in real life?
A: I have a lot of trouble flying, which is crazy because I spend a lot of my time on planes. I had a crazy flight a few years ago that made me a little phobic about flying, but I force myself to deal with it every time I get on a plane.

I really value my time with my family and friends, especially since I have to be away working so much, so I guess I’m also fearful of there ever being a time where I’d have to be separated from family and friends such as, god forbid, a parent dying. I know eventually it’s a reality we all have to face but that would be at the very top of my list of things I’m terrified of.

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Once Upon A Time: The Complete Third Season arrives on Blu-ray and DVD August 19, 2014.

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