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Kesha Gets Real in Teen Vogue: 'I Decided That Maybe I Do Want to Try to Be Pretty'

Jun/26/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

Kesha Teen VogueCourtesy Teen Vogue

Since leaving rehab (where she was being treated for an eating disorder), Kesha has made some major changes: She’s “eliminated negative influences” from her life, found love with a new guy, dropped the dollar sign from her name and stepped out looking more polished than ever. And in the new issue of Teen Vogue, she’s getting candid about what inspired her to make those changes.
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Courtney Love: 'If I See One More F---ing Flower Crown, I'm Going to Kick Somebody's Ass' (and More Style Musings)

Jun/16/2014 at 03:39 PM ET

Though Courtney Love turns 50 next month, she certainly hasn’t gotten any less outspoken with age. Nor has she become any less ambitious. In an interview with Style.com, the rocker touched on her plans for her own fashion line (she’d like to go to Harvard and become Victoria Beckham-level successful, not necessarily in that order), her passionate love/hate relationship with cheese (she adores it but feels that it’s making her fat) and competing with other stars for clothing (she thinks she’d be more successful in the competition if she laid off the cheese). Below, check out a few of Love’s most intriguing insights into her relationship with the world of fashion.

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Miranda Kerr and Karlie Kloss Both Deny Being Full-Time Models. What's Up With That?

Jun/12/2014 at 06:31 PM ET

Whether it’s designing accessories or embracing the crop top, models tend to flock to trends as one beautiful, long-legged entity. And right now, the hottest vogue to sweep the modeling kingdom appears to be denying that you’re really a model at all. Two of the most in-demand models in the world, Miranda Kerr (No. 2 on Forbes’ Top Paid Models list in 2013) and Karlie Kloss (expected to make it this year thanks to her slew of endorsements) have both recently declared that they don’t consider modeling to be their job.

Miranda Kerr Karlie Kloss modelsJun Sato/WireImage; Tony Barson/FilmMagic

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Kate Hudson: I'm Not Going to Judge Someone for Getting Butt Implants

Jun/09/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

Kate Hudson InStyleKate Hudson InStyle

Kate Hudson has one of the sunniest representations in Hollywood — and now she’s trying to make that positive attitude catch on around her, even in famously fickle Hollywood.

“The negativity is just so vast,” she says in the July issue of InStyle. “Will everybody stop being so damned judgmental? If someone wants to go get butt implants, then sure, go get butt implants. The real question is, How do they treat the person next to them? Are they a-holes or are they awesome?”

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She deals with the stress of a constant swarm of photographers with a little mental exercise (“I just look at the paparazzi and mentally cut their heads off!”) but there is one area on which she’s not willing to overlook the negativity, and that’s the role of women in film. “Do women still have a more difficult time in the industry? In terms of what they get paid and getting movies made, that’s just a factual yes. Nobody can debate it.”

“My mom [Goldie Hawn] was a trailblazer,” Hudson continues. “She was one of the first women after Katharine Hepburn to produce her own films. She had this extremely fascinating public image, but behind the scenes there was a real, persevering strength — wanting to get things done, fighting for what she believed in, and being successful with it.”

For more from Hudson, check out InStyle.com or pick up the new issue on stands this week. And tell us: Do you agree with her “more positivity” policy? Do you love her cover?

–Alex Apatoff

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Gabrielle Union and Her Think Like a Man Too Costars Pose in Swimsuits, Share Their Summer Body Secrets

Jun/05/2014 at 05:15 PM ET

Think Like a Man Two cast bikinisCourtesy Essence

It’s that time of year again — swimsuits and shorts are de rigeur, the weather is giving you no excuses to avoid the gym and magazines are publishing their “Bodies” issues to inspire you to pick up your workout routine again. Essence nabbed the cast of this summer’s Think Like a Man Too for their July cover, and while we certainly aren’t going to complain about the male cast’s physique (helloooo, Michael Ealy), it’s the ladies who have the most memorable bikini, minidress and swimwear moments — both in the movie’s trailer and in their Essence photoshoot.
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Melissa McCarthy: Why I'm Starting a Plus-Size Clothing Line

Jun/04/2014 at 12:18 PM ET

Melissa McCarthy Matt Jones for Redbook

Melissa McCarthy has always been vocal about her inability to find red carpet-ready dresses, going so far as to design her own Emmys gown when she hated everything off on the rack. And she shares that not much has changed, despite her A-list status.
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Elle Fanning: On Being True to Her Style, Avoiding Too-Sexy Trends and What She'll Wear to Prom

Jun/02/2014 at 03:45 PM ET

Elle Fanning Teen Vogue Courtesy Teen Vogue

Elle Fanning may be only 16, but she’s already hit a ton of incredibly cool milestones on her life checklist. Her latest movie Maleficent dominated the box office this weekend, she’s been a face of Miu Miu and Marc by Marc Jacobs and — as she proves in her Teen Vogue June cover story, she’s got the right idea about being true to her style.
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