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The "Cravings" cookbook author said she wants the implants "out now" in a new interview with Glamour UK.
“No photoshoot production was required for the making of this issue,” the magazine’s illustrated cover reads.
Turns out even celebrities read celebrity gossip.
The woman who was sexually assaulted by Brock Turner in 2015 shared her wisdom with fellow survivors in a Glamour essay.
"I am trying to disrupt systems – systems that we in this country take as gospel," the "When They See Us" director said.
“I don’t like it when people think it’s hard for me to see myself as beautiful," the "Truth Hurts" singer said.
The "View" co-host recalled the 2020 candidate's "born to be in it" remark from his Vanity Fair profile.
“It can be very empowering to say, ‘Make fun of me. Do it,'" the freshman member of Congress said.
The supermodel made sure all eyes were on her after the Academy Awards.