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Rosamund Pike
My youngest son [Atom, 6] does these brilliant slapstick pratfalls. I was on a Zoom meeting, and he crept in. I suddenly saw him behind me on my screen, and then he fell—with a totally straight face. It’s quite fun to be his mum. That I’m quite capab
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Harry & Meghan: Their New Pregnancy Journey
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been regulars on Zoom throughout the pandemic, from personal celebrations with family in the U.K. to drop-ins with groups they support, including the young poets they surprised in early February. But if they were s
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Second Look
Dame Judi Dench puts the “fun” in fundraiser with Benedict Cumberbatch—and a vacuum cleaner!—ahead of the United Kingdom’s March 19 Comic Relief Red Nose Day (, a program that raises money to battle homelessness and hunger.
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Kim & Kanye’s Separate Lives
The six-year marriage of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West appears increasingly unsalvageable. “They continue to lead separate lives,” says a source of the reality star turned mogul, 40, and the rapper, 43. “They have no contact with each other.” Still,
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Connie Britton
More than 10 years ago I was doing some work with Bono’s One foundation and was at an event where I heard the African Children’s Choir perform. The kids were so inspiring. I became overwhelmed by what I saw and wanted to learn more. The organization
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Violence Against Asian Americans: Rising Hate
Vicha Ratanapakdee woke up early on the morning of Jan. 28 and helped his grandsons get ready for school before embarking on his usual morning stroll around his Anza Vista neighborhood in San Francisco. Ratanapakdee, 84, who was nearly blind and reco
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Taylor’s Triumphant Return
Taylor Swift is taking a trip down memory lane—and taking back control of her music. Just two months after unleashing her ninth album, Evermore, the singer released a rerecorded version of her 2008 hit “Love Story” on Feb. 11. Hours earlier she annou
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‘Ted Lasso’: ‘Biscuits with the Boss’ Shortbread
WE CREATED SWEET TREATS INSPIRED BY THREE AWARD-WINNING SHOWS On the Apple TV+ series, Ted (Jason Sudeikis)—an American football coach hired to lead an English soccer team—uses his baking skills to win over the team’s posh new owner. (Spoiler: It wor
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After 11 years of playing Luke Dunphy on Modern Family, Nolan Gould (inset, with costars Ty Burrell, Sarah Hyland and Reid Ewing) is ready to take his career in new directions, thanks in part to a major physical transformation. “I’ve been working out
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Heart Monitor
On Feb. 10 the Olympic figure skater, 31, revealed he got engaged while visiting his boyfriend—whom he met on Tinder in 2018—in Finland this winter. “He’s kind, he’s funny, and he’s just as beautiful on the inside as he is on the out,” says Rippon (r
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The Legendary Latifah: It’s Good to Be Queen
Queen Latifah isn’t playing any games. Stepping into her office at New Jersey’s IZOD Center, where she’s currently filming scenes for her new high-octane CBS drama The Equalizer, the star heads straight for the sanitizer, making sure to douse her han
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Lauren Ambrose: ‘My Life is Full’
It’s been 20 years since Six Feet Under first aired, but Lauren Ambrose, 43, says it feels like just yesterday she played the role of Claire Fisher opposite Michael C. Hall and Peter Krause on the popular drama about an undertaker family, which ran o
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The Legends Who Paved Our Way
“I entered the industry as a young publicist trying to start my own agency. I got a call out of the blue from Nina Shaw, who was, and still is, a very powerful lawyer [Shaw’s clients include Regina King, Jamie Foxx and Lupita Nyong’o]. She said, ‘Hi,
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Tiffany Haddish: What My Life’s Really Like
Every day I wake up, I thank God for allowing me to wake up. Then I stretch a little bit and meditate. Usually then I’m going over lines real quick for the [yet to be announced] TV show I’m working on. That’s Monday through Friday. But when I need a
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Britney Spears & Sam Asghari: Embracing a More ‘Normal’ Life
Britney Spears is focused on living a full life with her boyfriend, Family Business actor Sam Asghari—no matter what scrutiny swirls around them. More than two years after announcing a career break, the pop star opened up to fans on Feb. 9 about her
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Stories to Make You Smile!
Before the pandemic, Mane in Heaven’s miniature therapy horses traveled to local schools and hospitals to bring comfort and joy. “It was very hands-on,” says the nonprofit’s president, Dina Morgan, 57. “Our horses, their purpose is to make people hap
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Robin Wright’s Big New Move
After three decades as a movie and TV star, Wright, 54, directed her first film: Land, in which she stars as a widow who retreats to the wilderness. Why did you want to tell this story? It’s about human resilience and when you’re in a tough spot or d
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Q&A: Kevin James
Were you a NASCAR fan before this? When I was a kid, I was a fan of Richard Petty. I used to draw cars with No. 43 on my notebook. But I grew up on Long Island—I didn’t have a NASCAR outlet. Your character struggles with work-life balance. What have
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Chris Harrison ‘Steps Away’ from ‘The Bachelor’
After hosting The Bachelor franchise for nearly 20 years, Chris Harrison is taking a break amid a controversy over racially insensitive comments. “I will be stepping aside for a period of time,” he posted on Feb. 13. “I have spent the last few days l
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‘Schitt’s Creek’: Rosebud Motel’s ‘Continental Breakfast’ Cinnamon Buns
In an effort to “add an extra star” to their motel’s ratings, Johnny Rose (Eugene Levy) begins offering free pastries and coffee in the lobby for guests. “It’s for business travelers, traveling the continent, eating breakfast and… continental traveli
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Taylor Momsen on Music, Mental Health & Child Stardom
More than a decade ago, Taylor Momsen shocked fans when she traded in her Gossip Girl character Jenny Humphrey’s signature preppy beret and plaid school skirt for a smoky eye and fishnets as she started her band, The Pretty Reckless. Her new look and
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Brian Flynn
Brian Flynn recalls the first time he considered becoming a living organ donor: about five years ago, when he stumbled across a Facebook post from a friend who needed a kidney. “I was on a business trip, and I’d maybe had a few margaritas with a coll
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COVID-19 Update: What You Need to Know
First the good news: Since the COVID-19 vaccine was approved in December, more than 53 million Americans have received at least one COVID shot, and 14 million people in the U.S. have already had a second dose. The bad news: The virus is mutating, and
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Soccer players Ashlyn Harris, 35, and Ali Krieger, 36, announced the adoption of their daughter Sloane Phillips. The Orlando Pride teammates revealed the happy news on Instagram, writing a touching note to their baby’s birth mother. “We promise Sloan
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Holly Hunter: My Life in Pictures
Despite her almost 40 years in Hollywood, Holly Hunter relishes just being a neighbor out for a daily stroll. “Self-care” for the actress during the pandemic has meant “monstrously long walks,” she explains in her unmistakable Southern drawl. “It’s j
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Frances McDormand as a woman whose existence is roofless but not rootless DRAMA To quote that fiery old song “Me and Bobby McGee”: “Freedom’s just another word for nothin’ left to lose.” That’s one of the lessons of this extraordinary movie about the
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Honoring Black History
We have celebrated Black History Month at People in the past, but this year we hope our coverage is even more impactful. The last year put in stark relief just how much work needs to be done to help dismantle institutionalized racism in our country.
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The Best Overnight Products for Hair & Skin
Dab this shea-butter balm on dry lips during the day, then slather it on at night to heal flaking and peeling. Mist from head to toe before you crawl under the covers, and let the relaxing lavender and chamomile scent lull you to sleep. Apply this no
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