Olivia Rodrigo - V Magazine
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Olivia Rodrigo speaks out on representation while covering this month's Issue of V.
“I sometimes get DMs from little girls being like, ‘I’ve never seen someone who looked like me in your position,'" said the Filipina-American star. "It makes me literally want to cry just thinking about it.”
Jennifer Hudson - Ebony
Jennifer Hudson is Ebony's digital cover star.
In the issue, the "Respect" actress opened up about playing Aretha Franklin and self-care.
“I’m in a space where I’m all about self-care, and I feel like if folks don’t get it at this point, honey!” she said.
Selena Gomez - Elle
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Selena Gomez is opening up about her mental health in Elle magazine's September issue.
“I don’t have it on my phone, so there’s no temptation,” Gomez told the mag of separating from social media. “I suddenly had to learn how to be with myself. That was annoying, because, in the past, I could spend hours looking at other people’s lives.”
She added, “I would find myself down nearly two years in someone’s feed, and then I’d realize, ‘I don’t even know this person!’ Now I get information the proper way. When my friends have something to talk about, they call me and say, ‘Oh, I did this.’ They don’t say, ‘Wait, did you see my post?’”
Awkwafina - Cosmopolitan
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Awkwafina nabbed the September cover of Cosmopolitan this year.
Throughout the issue, the comedian, and star of Marvel's "Shang-Chi", opens up about making the shift from playing the role of the Funny Sidekick to doing her own stunts in a full-blown superhero movie, "Dangling off of things and flying, falling backward… it’s really different from, say, an indie rom-com. It’s really cool. It’s so weird to switch from ‘friend mode.’”
Megan Thee Stallion - Essence
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Megan Thee Stallion looks angelic on the September cover of Essence magazine.
Throughout her spread, the rapper, 26, teased her upcoming sophomore album, a project she promises will be "aggressive," adding, "I feel like it’s something very well thought out."
Christopher Meloni - Men's Health
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Men's Health nabbed "Law & Order: Organized Crime" heartthrob Christopher Meloni and his viral behind for the September cover.
In the mag, Meloni reacts to the online love for his buttocks, admitting, “It’s cool as s**t."
Beyoncé - Harper's Bazaar
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For her September cover of Harper's Bazaar, Beyoncé spilled on releasing new music.
“With all the isolation and injustice over the past year, I think we are all ready to escape, travel, love, and laugh again. I feel a renaissance emerging, and I want to be part of nurturing that escape in any way possible,” she said. “I’ve been in the studio for a year and a half. Sometimes it takes a year for me to personally search through thousands of sounds to find just the right kick or snare. One chorus can have up to 200 stacked harmonies.”
Diddy - Vanity Fair
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For Vanity Fair's September issue, the mag nabbed Diddy for their coveted issue.
Inside the mag, the music icon spills on his next era - and launching a record label.
Jennifer Aniston - InStyle
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Jennifer Aniston got candid about her stance on COVID-19 vaccines in her September cover issue of InStyle.
The "Friends" icon admitted that she's cut relationships out with friends who refuse to get the shot.
Kaia Gerber, Bella Hadid, Lola Leon And More - Vogue
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Vogue debuted a super-sized cover for their September issue this year, featuring some of the new generation in fashion.
Kaia Gerber, Anok Yai, Precious Lee, Bella Hadid, Sherry Shi, Ariel Nicholson, Yumi Nu and Lola Leon are all featured on Vogue's September issue.
Gemma Chan - British Vogue
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Gemma Chan wows on the September cover of British Vogue.
In the issue, the actress teases her upcoming role in the highly anticipated Marvel film, “Eternals”.
The Weeknd - GQ
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In a spread called "The Weeknd Vs. Abel Tesfaye, the Canadian superstar speaks to GQ about his upcoming album, The Grammys, and how he separates Abel from his dark, gritty public persona.
Ashley Callingbull - Fashion
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Canadian stunner Ashley Callingbull covers the September issue of Fashion this year.
Callingbull, the first Indigenous woman in Canada to win the Mrs. Universe title, opens up about turning pain into power for the spread.
Normani - Allure
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Ahead of the release of her debut solo album, Normani opens up about her growth into womanhood for Allure's September issue.
Normani also gets candid about her struggle to be part of the massive girl group Fifth Harmony.