Zooey Deschanel graces the cover of Glamour's February issue, which arrives on newsstands Jan. 8. Since New Girl debuted in 2011, the show — and Zooey — have racked up multiple Golden Globe and Emmy nominations. On Jan. 13, Zooey will find out if she takes home the Golden Globe for best actress in a TV comedy or musical. Inside the magazine, Zooey discusses her "oddly controversial" TV character, whether she feels pressured to look a certain way, and dating advice. Here's more from Zooey Deschanel in Glamour:
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Leading lady Anne Hathaway has a sexy new look on the cover of Glamour magazine! Get the details on what she said about her new marriage and her very important role as the spokesperson for One Billion Rising in this PopSugar Rush.
Selena Gomez looks holiday-ready on the cover of Glamour's December issue, wearing a silky Zac Posen gown and surrounded by balloons. The 20-year-old singer, actress, and philanthropist was named one of Glamour's 2012 Women of the Year, and she sat down with the magazine to talk about her experiences as the youngest-ever US ambassador for UNICEF. She also chatted about her upbringing, best friend Taylor Swift, and, of course, her boyfriend, Justin Bieber. She'll be officially honored at the Women of the Year Awards in NYC on Nov. 12. Here's more from Selena Gomez in Glamour:
Elizabeth Olsen looks chic sporting a pair of red leather gloves in the September issue of Glamour magazine. The 23-year-old actress is gearing up for the release of her latest project, Liberal Arts, in which she stars opposite Josh Radnor — check out the new Liberal Arts trailer. Elizabeth is currently filming Very Good Girls in her hometown of NYC, but she broke from work to open up about fame and how she is handling it all in the publication. As the younger sister of famous twins Mary-Kate and Ashley, she also discusses the weight of carrying the Olsen name. Here's more from Elizabeth Olsen in Glamour magazine:
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Julianne Hough lets her wild side show through in her spread for Glamour's July issue. She sported a bra top and struck a few sultry poses for the shoot. The actress, whose film Rock of Ages hits theaters next weekend, chatted with the glossy about everything from her career to her romance with Ryan Seacrest in the accompanying interview. She even dished on the scene where Tom Cruise feels her up in the new film! Here are some highlights:
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Jessica Biel is looking pretty flirty as the August cover girl for Glamour UK. Besides discussing why she keeps her relationship with Justin Timberlake on the DL, Jessica also opens up about her fitness regimen and eating habits. She also tells the mag that she is not perfect: "I'm not a perfect person who doesn't mess up, eat bad, not work out — I do all those things."
For the most part, Jessica says that she keeps active with gym, hiking, and ballet, and also sticks to a regimented diet when working — no bread, dairy, sugar, salt, and not a lot of meat. But even then, she gives herself a cheat day to eat anything she wants: "When I'm working and I eat healthily all week, I then give myself one day — usually Sunday — when I just eat what I want. You have to, otherwise your mind goes a little nutso."
How about you?
"I've never felt a push to be stick thin. I work out and eat healthy, so mostly it's about being in shape and having energy. But about a year ago, I looked down and thought, I have cellulite. Where did that come from? I went through treatments; [my body] was like, It’s not going anywhere."
— Lauren Conrad talks fashion, friends, and the pressure to be skinny in Glamour's May 2010 issue. In the special friendship issue, Lauren shares that her best friends, who include Lo Bosworth and Whitney Port, are "everything to her."
At just 34-years-old, as Google's vice president, search and user experience, Marissa Mayer, will soon be celebrating her 10-year Google anniversary. Being the very first female engineer to be hired by the search engine company way back in 1999, Mayer climbed her way to the top and is now a very prominent figure at Google, which now employs over 19,000 people worldwide.This month, Glamour Magazine is honoring Mayer with a Woman of the Year award. Speaker Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and 2002 Woman of the Year explains why Mayer was selected for this award:
"She has been a powerhouse of creativity and business acumen for one of the world’s most innovative companies. Marissa Mayer is leading the way in keeping America number one."
A very deserving recipient indeed — smart, geeky, and not to mention, incredibly stylish!