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Bristol Palin & Levi Johnston Are Gettin’ Hitched!

"We got engaged two weeks ago. It felt right ..."

Um, here’s our WTF? of the day … Bristol Palin and her babydaddy Levi Johnston (who just a few months ago were locked in a bitter and not at all amicable custody battle over their son Tripp Easton Mitchell) have announced to the world on the cover of US Weekly magazine that they are engaged to be married! Yes, it turns out that love can bloom from bitter anger and can flourish in the unlikeliest of places. You may recall that just last week Levi made a huge public apology to the Palin family for all the “untruths” he made about the family and matriarch Sarah Palin especially … I guess that was the first public move toward the couple’s plan to announce their engagement:

Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston reveal exclusively in the new Us Weekly that they are getting married. And, they tell Us Weekly, former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has been kept in the dark about their plans … until now. “We got engaged two weeks ago,” Bristol, 19, tells Us Weekly. “It felt right, even though we don’t have the approval of our parents.” Bristol and Levi, 20 — who famously called off their previous engagement two weeks after welcoming son Tripp in December 2008 — tell Us Weekly they reconnected three months ago while working out a custody plan for their 18-month-old son. “I really thought we were over,” Levi tells Us Weekly. “So when I went, I had no hope. I think we both just started talking — and then we took Tripp for a walk.” Says Bristol, “When he left that night, we didn’t hug or kiss, but I was thinking how different it was. He texted me: ‘I miss you. I love you. I want to be with you again’ … I was in shock.”

LOL!! Yeah, these two … they absolutely belong together. I always found it so odd how quickly things soured between Bristol and Levi and altho things got really nasty between Johnston and the Palin family, I kinda suspected that he would end up getting back into the Palin family fold. As soon as we found out about the public apology he extended to the family, I knew he was trying to get back into the Palin family’s good graces. The US Weekly magazine story has gone to great lengths to make it clear that while Bristol and Levi are announcing their engagement on the cover of their magazine, mama Sarah Palin was not informed of their decision to wed beforehand. I call bullshizz on that. First, there is NO WAY the couple got on the cover of US Weekly with this engagement story without Sarah Palin‘s blessing. If you consider that Palin will likely be making a bid for the US presidency in 2012, this happy reunion with Levi Johnston would work perfectly for that plan. While congratulations are in order, I think we need to see this happy news as a bit more calculated as they’d like us to believe.


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Paul Rudd Does ‘GQ’ Magazine

The Comedy Issue

GQ is about to release their annual Comedy Issue and they have made the very wise decision to put the very funny Paul Rudd on the cover. As you may recall, I recently got to watch Clueless on the big screen again for the first time since it was originally released in 1995 and altho I’ve seen the movie COUNTLESS times since its initial release, I was reminded again how great an actor Paul Rudd really is. I love GQ for putting him on the cover. The coverstory features interviews with Zach Galifianakis and Tracy Morgan as well as Mr. Coverboy Rudd … here is our first look at Paul‘s GQ cover and some excerpts from the interview with all 3 funny men:

Tracy Morgan on the importance of being uncool in order to be funny: “Cool is the enemy of funny. You can’t be cool and be funny at the same time. Only Eddie Murphy could do that.”

Tracy Morgan on making Obama funny: “Black people joke about it all the time. It’s a black family, so we make fun of it. ‘Michelle, where’s my cigarettes? I had a pack of Kools sitting on the DESTRUCT button!’ I just think that white people don’t want to offend him. Me, I make fun of every fucking body. I don’t care. I never say black humor or white humor. I never put the black race on my back.”

Zach Galifianakis on what is “never not funny”: “I think miscommunication is funny. I will never stop a conversation between two people if I’m the third party. My dad was talking to this Greek guy who was telling him about olive soap, soap made out of olives. But my dad was talking about olive soup. And my dad is like, so you put the olive soup all over your body in the shower? It was just the funniest thing.”

Zach Galifianakis on the correlation between gaining weight and his success:
“I used to be really cute. I could send you earlier photos where I’m stunning. But I’ve gained about twenty pounds over the past two years, and the more weight I’ve put on, the more success I’ve had. If you drew a diagram of weight gain and me getting more work, a mathematician would draw some conclusions from that.”

Paul Rudd on how he’d make Jay Leno’s show funnier: “Hire Conan.”

Paul Rudd on being known as funny: “I’ve never considered myself to be too much of a comedian. I’ve never considered myself to be too much of anything. I just lucked out and got to work with some really funny people, and somehow have been able to parlay it into a lot of comedies.”

LOL … Paul‘s comment on how to make Leno funnier is SPOT ON! He is so the man, I love him. After the jump, check out some photos from Paul Rudd‘s GQ photospread … More »

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Kylie Minogue Does ‘Out’ Magazine

“That whole [US] tour last fall was from the heart."

Kylie Minogue, who just scored her 5th #1 album in the UK making her the first artist to have a #1 album in the 80s, the 90s, the 00s and the 10s, is featured on the cover and in the pages of the new issue of Out magazine. Kylie reveals how much of a labor of love her North American tour last Fall was for her, especially since she lost a fortune of her own money just to tour here. Here is Kylie‘s stunning Out magazine cover and some excerpts from her coverstory interview:

Pop princess Kylie Minogue first broke onto the American scene in 1988 covering the 1962 Little Eva hit “The Loco-Motion.” But only a year later it seemed the Australian-born newcomer would go down in American pop history as a one-hit wonder. Undaunted by her lack of traction in the U.S., Minogue pressed on, creating an ever-expanding empire overseas. Nearly 15 years later, she broke through to the Billboard Top 10 with the international smash hit “Can’t Get You Out of My Head,” and Minogue has been going nonstop ever since. While Minogue forewent a U.S. tour for the first 20 years of her career, she appeased her many American fans when she brought her For You, For Me tour to six North American cities last fall. “I wasn’t here to prove anything or sell anything, and that was absolutely liberating,” Minogue explains. “That whole tour last fall was from the heart. I might as well have just burned hundred-dollar bills because it cost me a fortune, but I didn’t care. I thought, I have to do this now or I’ll regret it.” Why now? Minogue recognized the enormous impact Lady Gaga’s meteoric rise to fame had on the music industry. Lady Gaga’s mega-success opened up an opportunity for Minogue to win over America, and she is seizing that opportunity by going back to her roots. “Lady Gaga dropped a meteor in the middle of the pop landscape — which is amazing,” Minogue says. “But it meant that we had to take that into account. It wouldn’t have made any sense to go down that road to try to fit in.” Instead, she fills her new album, Aphrodite, with lighthearted pure pop songs that would have sounded right at home on her debut. An icon for the gay community, who make up the bulk of the singer’s U.S. fan base, Minogue has never felt the need to pander to her gay fans, nor shock and titillate her straight ones, by flirting with bisexuality, as many of her contemporaries have done. She rebuts the claim a Mexican magazine published earlier this year saying Minogue liked women, telling Out, “I didn’t speak with a Mexican magazine. They took a bunch of random quotes —some of which sounded familiar and some they’d taken from somewhere that has nothing to do with me. So far my sexuality has been with men, but I stand by the video for ‘All the Lovers’ — if it’s love, it’s good.”

I had heard that Kylie lost money funding her North American tour but the fact that she did so happily only endears her all the more to me and I’m sure a great many other fans. I can honestly say that I have been a Kylie Minogue fan since 1988. I remember riding my bike to the neighborhood Woolworth’s and buying her debut album on cassette tape (in one of those heinous and large plastic anti-theft cases) and taking it home and falling in love. I played that album to death on my boombox … and I spent the next 22 years searching out all of her albums. I used to have to drive 40 miles to a Harmony House record store in Berkley, MI to buy her albums from the import bin … and just last week, my Japanese version of Aphrodite arrived from HMV Japan. It was a thrill getting to see Kylie live in concert for the first time ever at the O2 Arena in London a couple of years ago … but it was even more thrilling to see her up-close and personal at the 4 US shows of her For You, For Me North American Tour last Fall. Kylie Minogue is an icon … I love her entirely! After the jump, you MUST check out her beautiful Out magazine photos — they are stunning, just like she is … More »

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Drew Barrymore Does ‘Elle’ Magazine

“I don’t want to be vain or fearful ... But if I want to do something, I will."

Drew Barrymore, who was rumored to be engaged to off-again on-again beau Justin Long but has since broken up with, is featured on the cover and in the pages of the new issue of Elle magazine. In her coverstory interview, Drew reveals that altho she has yet found the need to go under the knife, she is not opposed to the idea of plastic surgery. Here is our first look at Drew’s new Elle cover and some excerpts from her coverstory interview:

On taking stock of where she is now: “For three years straight, I’ve been burning the candle at both ends, and as of last December, I just didn’t have anything left. I’ve been so aggressive about living life to the fullest and being plugged into everything, but now I’ve ripped the plug out of the wall and put it on the floor for a while. I’m thinking about the same things as when I was 15, about spirituality and who I am, who I want to be. It’s cocoon, pupa, larva, and fuck, I’m reborn!”

On the media’s misconceptions of her: “I make movies. I have a passion. Puppies and daisies don’t accomplish anything. That’s not me at all.”

On being single: “If you’re 35 and single and it’s a choice, it feels fine. So I didn’t settle with the wrong person yet. Big deal!”

On her upcoming role in Going the Distance: “I like that it’s not a traditional romantic comedy, with the story line of, ‘Oh, I slept with this guy, but when I woke up, I found out he’s the CEO of my company, and we’re going to live happily ever after once we go through all these crazy perils. I talk shit with my girlfriends. And it can get dirty.”

On why she’s not afraid to get older: “I don’t want to be vain or fearful, and I don’t think I’ll do anything [in terms of plastic surgery], but if I want to do something, I will. From my perspective, there’s no reason to be afraid of aging, because if you age, you’re lucky! The alternative is death.”

On child stardom: “I was raised in unique and trying environments, but they were also amazing platforms for me to have an extraordinary life. Going through hell as a kid made me sensitive to what others in this world go through too.”

I love that Drew keeps it real. While I am bummed that she and Justin are off-again, there’s always the chance for them to get back together. And she is right, being 35 and single is completely normal. I have every confidence that she will find the right guy … when the right guy comes along. After the jump, check out a photo from Drew‘s Elle photospread … More »

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Angelina Jolie Does ‘Parade’ Magazine

"I feel sad for someone who has never known love."

Angelina Jolie, who appears in the Summer spy thriller Salt, is featured on the cover and in the pages of Parade magazine (the issue included in the July 11 edition of the Sunday newspaper). In her coverstory interview, Ange opens up about her family, her love for Brad Pitt and her happiness being a homebody. Here is our first look at Angelina‘s new Parade cover and some excerpts from the interview:

On knowing love: “I feel sad for someone who has never known love. Love elevates. You know, Brad would joke about me having this conversation about love. Love? It’s such a funny word. Brad can find certain phrases of poetry for it. I’m terrible at it. But I know it means wanting the best for the people you love, putting their interests above your own, always. Love does that. Love is what you live for.”

On her rebellious past: “I used to cut myself or jump out of airplanes, trying to find something new to push up against because sometimes everything else felt too easy. I was searching for something deeper, something more. I tried everything. I always felt caged, closed in, like I was punching at things that weren’t there. I always had too much energy for the room I was in.”

On the unrelenting media circus, the paparazzi: “We do everything we can to keep our kids away from it. We travel to places where the kids aren’t aware of that kind of thing. We try to give them a full life where they don’t have to come face to face with that world. With the paparazzi present, we’re careful when we leave the house. Other than that…” She laughs at the absurdity of it all. “We don’t stand in the checkout line at the grocery store looking at the magazines. Our friends don’t tell us about it. And our kids don’t know. I feel if we keep looking out for them, they’ll be fine.”

On balancing work and children with Brad: “He takes the kids to school; he visits me on set with the kids. I’m home for dinner, or I’m there for breakfast. We’re together all the time. We plan. Brad and I take time off between films to travel, have big experiences, do things together. That’s how we work it out.”

On being a happy homebody: “There’s never a period when Brad and I are pulled apart. We are not separated for more than three days, ever. We stay really connected. We actually don’t go out much. It’s funny. We’re very homebound. We’re very much Mommy and Daddy in our pajamas.”

It’s crazy how relatively normal the life of Brangelina sounds. They are arguably the most famous family in the world and yet, they really seem to be as down to Earth as possible. Now, of course they enjoy unimaginable wealth and luxury but I believe Angelina when she says that she likes to enjoy the simpler things in life. She seems crazy in love with Brad and really happy in her role as a mother … it’s really great to hear. I’m still on the fence about Salt … I’m not sure if I’ll see it in theaters but I’m sure it’ll be another big hit for Santa Angelina. Are any of y’all planning to see Salt? What do YOU think of this interview?


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Dakota Fanning Does ‘Marie Claire’ Magazine

"When you start out young, people get attached to who you are at 6 years old"

Dakota Fanning, who currently stars in the sequel film The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, is featured on the cover and in the pages of the new issue of Marie Claire magazine. In her coverstory interview, Dakota opens up about her work in The Runaways and in Twilight and addresses the way that audiences see her in these films. Here is our first look at Dakota‘s MC coverphoto and some excerpts from the coverstory article:

All in a moment, Fanning went from being an adorable if talented “child star” to the full-fledged genuine article, and critics took notice. Reviewing The Runaways in The New York Times, A.O. Scott gushed: “Ms. Fanning, who has shown herself a remarkably disciplined and self-aware actress almost since toddlerhood, displays heartbreaking vulnerability as well as frightening poise.” The Denver Post called her performance “uncorked.” The message was unmistakable: She had popped … One lasting friendship to emerge from the experience was with Kristen Stewart, the 20-year-old Twilight lead who played Joan Jett to Fanning’s Currie. According to both young women, re-enacting the intimate friendship between Jett and Currie brought them close instantly, and a mutual respect has kept them that way. “Dakota is so unfaultingly steady,” Stewart says. “In most cases, I feel like she’s older than me. It’s only when she starts talking about boys that I remember how young she is.” (No, Fanning doesn’t have a boyfriend. So far, she says, there has been “nothing serious.”) The two, who briefly shared the screen in Twilight: New Moon, reunited in this summer’s Eclipse, the third installment of the series, with Fanning reprising her role as a diminutive child vampire in a long cape and Mary Janes … Sixteen is an age of ambivalence, a time of lingering on the threshold of adulthood with one foot safely in the realm of childhood. Some of Fanning’s recent choices seem calculated to project the message that she is no longer the wise child who debuted opposite Sean Penn’s mentally disabled character in I Am Sam when she was 6 … To her astonishment, people seemed not to be able to distinguish between the real Dakota Fanning, then 13, and her character on-screen. “When you start out young, people get really attached to who you are at 6 years old,” Fanning says. “I hope that The Runaways was kind of a moment to be like, ‘You know, I’m not that young little girl anymore, but I’m still not all grown up, either.’” There is a deliberate, patient rhythm to her ambition; right now she’s looking for a project to do with her sister, who’s 12 and is about to appear in Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere, due out later this year. Fanning is on the brink, and she knows it … “As you get older, there’s so much more that you can do in films,” she says. “I’ve never wanted to rush that; I’ve always wanted to do what’s right for my age, but as you approach 18, a whole new world opens up to you as an actor, and I really look forward to that.”

IMHO, not only is Dakota hugely talented but she is also a very bright young woman. When you see someone like Lindsay Lohan, who could’ve been a huge success had she not pissed away every chance she got with her reckless and irresponsible behavior, and then you see Dakota Fanning in comparison you can understand that not every child star succumbs to “dangers of Hollywood”. It is a pleasure to watch Dakota grow up and continue to find success with each new project. At such a young age, the sky is the limit … she seems smart enough to understand that and take full advantage of the opportunities that come her way. After the jump, check out one more photo from Dakota‘s new Marie Claire photoshoot … More »

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Mariqueen Maandig Reznor Confirms Pregnancy To ‘Women’s Wear Daily’

How to Destroy Angels releases debut EP today!

Mariqueen Maandig Reznor, beautiful wife of and new musical collaborator with Trent Reznor, has confirmed officially to Women’s Wear Daily that she and TR are expecting their first child! Q talks to WWD a bit about her pregnancy, her love of fashion and the new self-titled EP from How to Destroy Angels (her new band project with TR) which is released in stores today. Here is a photo of the lovely Mrs. Rez along with some excerpts from her new interview:

Mariqueen Maandig, the 29-year-old singer of How to Destroy Angels, prefers to maintain a little anonymity. It’s hardly surprising considering she’s married to rock’s extraordinarily private Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails. “I like to stay in a shroud of mystery,” Maandig says. “I tell people [Trent and I] met at a Mensa meeting, because we met under such unusual circumstances,” she continues, declining to elaborate. Maandig even tried to keep her pregnancy under wraps. “There have been requests for photo shoots with these recent interviews, and I needed a good reason to decline,” she says. But now there’s a good reason for the public to know her business. She — along with Reznor, 45, and his longtime collaborator Atticus Ross, 42 — are set to release How to Destroy Angels’ self-titled debut EP today. Known as Q to her friends, Maandig was born in the Philippines but grew up in Orange County. She always knew she wanted to be in show business but wasn’t sure which part of it appealed to her most. “For a brief period in my youth I really wanted to do Broadway,” she says. “But after being in one school musical I realized I wasn’t into [it] as much as I thought, so that dream died.” She continued to sing in her school choir. “Then I got into ‘Miss Saigon,’ which sparked my interest in singing [professionally],” Maandig says. (For the record, her fandom of Nine Inch Nails extended as follows: “I had a couple of his albums but never went to any of his shows or bought any T-shirts.”) But Maandig was also “really into fashion.” So following high school she majored in merchandise marketing at Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandise in Orange County. After becoming “uninspired,” she dropped out. “My friend saw that I was really unhappy and asked me what my skills were, and I told her that I can sing,” she recalls. That friend subsequently introduced Maandig to the bass player of psychedelic indie-rock L.A. band West Indian Girl … Then she met Reznor (though she’s not saying how) and they became engaged in spring 2009. By summer she had left West Indian Girl to pursue her own career. She joined Reznor on his “Wave Goodbye” tour and married him in October. Soon they started experimenting with their own music. With Maandig on vocals and synthesizer and Reznor producing the majority of instrumentals with Ross, the trio put together a six-song EP that Maandig describes as more feminine and subtler than Reznor’s unambiguously hard sound … Plans for a full-length follow-up are on hold due to Maandig’s pregnancy, but the band hopes for it in early 2011. Reznor and Ross are also working on a film soundtrack, the name of which they naturally won’t disclose. But right now, the biggest project on Maandig’s mind is a baby name: “I have a list, it’s so hard. It’s like here’s a brand-new life and you’re in charge of it, now go!”

Firstly, MUCH LOVE and CONGRATS to the happy couple on the news of the forthcoming Baby Reznor!! I am quite confident that the couple are elated beyond words. Second, altho How to Destroy Angels already released their debut EP for free online, I know fans will want to rush out to buy the physical copy today as well … so get out there and buy those EPs. As you may recall, Trent Reznor announced last week that he is scoring the upcoming soundtrack to the new David Fincher film The Social Network (due out later this year) so … the Reznors have got A LOT going on. Let’s send them all our love and congrats today. Isn’t this just the best news … I couldn’t be happier for the expanding family :D


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Joseph Gordon-Levitt Does ‘Details’ Magazine

"When I was in high school, I loved smoking weed. I loved it ... I’m a pothead."

Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt is featured on the cover and in the pages of the new issue of Details magazine and talks in his coverstory interview about his love of marijuana, tabloid culture, the paparazzi and more! Here is our first look at JGL‘s Details cover and some excperts from his interview:

On whether he was frustrated after the end of 3rd Rock From The Sun: “I would answer that question with a resounding yes. I was scared and depressed for a while. Not that I had any reason to fuking be depressed—I mean, I was going to college and everything. It was not like I was hungry. But absolutely. I was like, ‘Shit, I don’t know if anybody’s gonna let me act. They’ll let me be in another sitcom, but I don’t want to do that. This is terrible.’ Yeah.”

On curbing his pot smoking: “When I was in high school, I loved smoking weed. I loved it. But I cut myself to once a month. That was my rule. And so as the first of the month came closer, my friends would be like, ‘All right, what’s the plan this weekend?’ And actually it’s really cool—when you do it that infrequently, you can really trip. In hindsight, could I have smoked weed on the weekends? Yeah. But it was cool to do it once a month. I still do that sometimes—I go on little weedfests. I’m a pothead. That’s my drug of choice.”

On tabloid culture being toxic: “It’s a bunch of bullshit, a waste of time. It depresses me. And I’m not easily depressed. When I’m at the grocery store, those magazines—they always suck me in. I go, ‘I can’t f–kin’ believe that this is what we’re looking at.’ It’s really sad. Why shouldn’t there be beautiful works of art on the grocery stands? Like Bob Dylan said, you know, art doesn’t belong in museums, it belongs in gas stations… Even in a purely selfish way, I would absolutely argue that you are bringing bad shit your way by consuming and enjoying that kind of hostility.”

On one day being hunted down by paparazzi: “Look, I’ve met some nice guys who take pictures like that. I don’t want to demonize anybody. But I do think that this notion that certain people are in a higher class than other people is unhealthy. We would be healthier as a people if we quit paying attention to that kind of bullshit and paid more attention to more pertinent things and more beautiful things.”

Well, how’s that for honesty. While it comes as no surprise to learn that JGL is a self-professed “pothead” (after all, there have been plenty of times I’ve guessed that he was under the influence of marijuana … like, for example, all thruout the film G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra) I am a bit surprised that he would be so open about his love of weed in a magazine coverstory. I suppose it may help remove some of the stigma but, then again, it may inspire a new crop of potheads to take up the smokey-smoke. After the jump, check out a few photos from JGL‘s Details magazine photospread … More »

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Britney Spears Does ‘Cosmopolitan’ Magazine

"I genuinely love what I do ..."

Our dear Britney Spears, who was snapped out and about making funny faces in Calabasas, CA earlier this week, is featured on the cover and in the pages of the new issue of Cosmopolitan magazine. Dubbed The Hot Issue, Brit Brit graces the August cover and takes the Cosmo Quiz to answer some questions. Here is our first look at Britney on the cover of Cosmo:

At 28, she has five number one albums and yet another sold-out tour under her belt, proving that this superstar is as awesome as ever. Now Britney is enjoying some strict downtime … but she made an exception for Cosmo. You’ve got to hand it to Britney. She didn’t just bounce back last year—she commanded the spotlight and an album that produced back-to-back top-10 singles. When she took her show on the road, The Circus Starring Britney Spears ended up being the highest-grossing North American tour by a solo artist in 2009. After 97 performances around the world, Britney spent her final night under the big top in November and decided to take a well-deserved break from music. Since then, she’s turned her talents to fashion and created a flirty clothing line for Candie’s. “I had a lot of fun,” Britney tells us. “I’ve never designed clothing before,and I really loved the creative process.” At the moment, she’s racking up as much family time as she can. “Things are pretty quiet right now,” she says. “I’ve been spending a lot of time at home with my boys. They just started karate class, which is supercute!” We were lucky enough to drag her away from 4-year-old Sean Preston and 3-year-old Jayden James just long enough for her to pose for a cover shoot and take one of our famous quizzes.

See, now even haters cannot deny that Britney looks fantastic on this cover! This issue is timed to coincide with the release of her first ever clothing collection Britney for Candie’s: The Limited Edition Collection. For the most part, this coverstory is just way for fans to “catch up” with Britney to find out what she’s been up to lately. After the jump, check out more scans from this issue of Cosmo and find out how she answered the Cosmo Quiz questions … More »

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Janet Jackson Does ‘Essence’ Magazine

"It took me a good minute to get here, it really did. But I love my life."

Janet Jackson, who has been rocking a pretty hot short hair’do lately, is featured on the cover of the new issue of Essence magazine with a full head of beautiful hair. It’s not clear if this is a photo that was snapped before Janet lopped off all of her hair or if she’s wearing a fabulous wig but she looks amazing on the cover:

“It took me a good minute to get here, it really did. But I love my life. I only wish I had this confidence when I was younger…”–Janet Jackson

BEFORE SUNSET… Following the success of “Why Did I Get Married Too?” and while working on Tyler Perry’s next film, “For Colored Girls…,” Janet Jackson directed her own romantic drama and cast sexy “CSI: Miami” star Adam Rodriguez as her costar. Lights, camera, action! Plus, don’t miss Janet’s performance at the upcoming ESSENCE Music Festival this Fourth of July weekend in New Orleans…

This is the Janet I love … classic, smiley Janet. I know she’s still going thru the pain of losing her brother Michael Jackson but she seems to have soldiered thru the worst of it about as successfully as can be expected. Not only is her acting career going well but she’s still going strong with her singing career … she will be performing this weekend at the Essence Music Festival In New Orleans and I can’t wait to hear all about it! It’s really very cool to see JJ lookin’ so happy again.


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