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Selena Gomez Basically Says She’s Not Easy


Selena Gomez is on the cover of Teen Vogue December 2013 and she starts off the whole darn thing with letting us all know she’s not a skank. Yay!

In the issue she chats about her BFF Taylor Swift, being romantic and her not so healthy eating habits. Check out the highlights below.


On Taylor Swift:
“The difference between Taylor and me is she was sixteen with the confidence of a 25-year-old. Actually, I should say 80-year-old, because she’s such an old soul. I was not that way. I was very sheltered until about eighteen or nineteen. I still live at home, and I’m 21! She does inspire me like crazy, but I wouldn’t change my path, because it allowed me to figure out all that stuff and do it on my own.”

On being a hopeless romantic:
“You fall in love and it completely consumes you. So a part of you is broken when that’s gone. And part of you wants to have that rebellious feeling where you’re just like, forget it—I can do anything I want. I’ve tried it, and I’ve never been that girl. I’m always going to be the girl you want to take home to your parents, not for the night.”


On her weakness for junk food:
“I eat junk. I’m from the South, so I love Mexican food, greasy pasta, and fried things. I do try, every now and then, to put something in my body that will be good, but, honestly, I’ve never liked working out. I need to be active in some way, though—that’s why I kind of secretly do it for my show. We have thirteen choreographed pieces, and it’s a 90-minute set. I consider that my workout!”


WE love you Sel Bell! Now here’s hoping she is done with the Biebs, at least until he straightens out.

Images via Teen Vogue

Nicki Minaj to Teen Vogue: “People Treat This Business Like High School”
















After recently stirring up more drama after coming for Mariah Carey on Twitter, Nicki Minaj has snagged the June cover of Teen Vogue, donning her signature girly girl look. Inside, she opens up about why she refuses to fake about the industry, her parents’ dysfunctional relationship, and why she no longer gives her critics any attention.

On why she refuses to fake about the industry
People treat this business like it’s high school. It can absolutely feel like one big popularity contest, and you know what? I can’t be bothered. I can’t allow myself to play ridiculous games with grown adults in the industry. I can’t be nice to someone just because they’re hot right now. I can’t do it.

On how her parents dysfunctional relationship affected her
Every time my parents fought, my mother would have us move and I would have to go to a new school, which meant I’d have to face the task of making new friends. I dreaded it. I had butterflies in my stomach each time: Are people going to like or hate me? … Sometimes there’d be a fight, sometimes not. I let people know I wasn’t going to be pushed around.

On why she no longer pays attention to the critics
I used to read the bad things people said about me, then I asked myself, ‘Why am I reading that when I have millions of people saying great things?’ You cannot give negativity power. I tell teens, if you’re having a problem, there’s nothing wrong with deleting your social media. If people keep taunting you and you keep reading it, it’s poison.

Nicki, I like you, but you have to admit that you’ve added to the drama within the industry, acting a little “high school” yourself. I appreciate that you’re not fake about your feelings, but there’s a difference between being fake and cordial! I like that she talked  about her past, and learning to ignore the critics, though. She has the power to inspire and empower millions worldwide; she just has to use that power a little better. You can read more from Nicki in the June issue of Teen Vogue!

Image via Teen Vogue

Justin Bieber Says He’s Not A Ticking Time Bomb


The Biebs has had a rough last month, but at least he is acknowledging it. Yes, he’s heard all the rumors and yes, he thinks he’s handling all the pressure like a champion. Well, more specifically, he’s handling his bidnass like Jay-Z would…or so he says.

And just so you all know, the Biebs is not spiraling out of control like errrone says. In the interview with May’s issue of Teen Vogue, Justin makes himself clear…”I know who I am, and I’m very much in control.”

So with that being said, he’s comparing his own life in the public eye to that of “fellow” private man Jay-Z.

He explains, “I don’t need to address every speculation. Remember when Cam’ron dissed Jay-Z? Jay-Z didn’t even respond. Why didn’t he respond, because he’s Jay-Z.”

Even though he has taken to Twitter and Instagram to rant from time to time, he also addresses the fodder by not commenting specifically but thanking his fans.

“My Twitter is really nice. I have so many fans that I rarely ever see a nasty tweet. I don’t read YouTube comments because those can get you sad. I see so much stuff on the Internet, sometimes I just want to go to Twitter and just go after people. But then I just think twice: If someone is dissing me, I’m going to make this person way more famous by tweeting them.”

Well at least he has that figured out.

Katy Perry Talks Her Garage Sale Style With Teen Vogue

Katy Perry covers the May issue of Teen Vogue looking as smurfy as ever. But apparently her dad is to blame for her eccentric style of rainbow, candy-coated and bright-colored bubble-gummy ensembles. In fact, her dad used to drag her to garage sales to buy her second-hand clothes. In other words, she grasped that thrift style flavor early on.

Check out highlights from the interview below.


“When I was nine years old, my father used to wake me up at seven every Saturday morning to take me to garage sales. I couldn’t afford the clothes that the other girls at school were wearing, so instead I looked for things that were unique to me. I stopped focusing on what other people think a while ago. If you try to be everything to everyone, you’ll only end up completely confused. I don’t like to take fashion too seriously. I love it, and I am so grateful when big brands want to associate with me, but mostly I just want to take chances and have fun and truly live. Sometimes that means wearing some ridiculous, cat-inspired outfit rather than whatever happens to be in this season.”


“One of my main reasons for doing this is that people think of me as though I’m Dorothy in the ruby slippers. I want them to see everything else that’s involved. Yes, I am her, but at the end of it all, I’m also the guy behind the curtain.”


“There was a time when I was going to be involved in The Help—just a small part, I wasn’t going to be Emma Stone or anything—but I couldn’t because the shooting schedule conflicted with the release of my record. And I was upset about that; I knew it was going to be an important film.”


“Like, I’m still doing the pinup thing, but now when I do it, I want to be the pinup of the future, like Rachael in Blade Runner.”