NewBeauty Magazine’s Beauty Report 2018 – Kristen Bell

The Good Place‘s Kristen Bell is featured in NewBeauty Magazine‘s Beauty Report 2018 issue.

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The Good Place will return for a third season on NBC.

Photography: Jeff Lipsky



Marie Claire Magazine: April 2018 – Madeline Brewer

The Handmaid’s Tale star Madeline Brewer is featured in the April 2018 issue of Marie Claire Magazine.

In the issue, Madeline talks one of her most prized possessions: “I have an all-black Mahalo ukulele–it’s like my baby. It’s brought me so much peace and comfort.”

The Handmaid’s Tale returns April 25 on Hulu.

Photography: Martina Tolot / Styling: Monty Jackson / Makeup: Lauren Anderson / Hair: Bobby Eliot

InStyle Magazine: April 2018 – Ellen Pompeo

Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo is featured in the April 2018 issue of InStyle Magazine.

In the issue, Ellen talks success: “The definition of success is different for everybody. That’s the most important thing to note. But my definition of success is happiness.”

Grey’s Anatomy airs Thursdays at 8/7c on ABC.

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Photography: Phil Poynter

CBS Watch! Magazine March/April 2018 – Daniela Ruah

NCIS: LA star Daniela Ruah is featured in the March/April 2018 issue of CBS Watch! Magazine.

From the digital issue:

Daniela Ruah, star of NCIS: Los Angeles on passion, Portugal, and living the American Dream. She was born in Boston, but her parents are Portuguese and she spend most of her formative years in Portugal.

On her childhood: “I put on shows with my teddy bears for my parents. I had a captive audience! My parents were always very supportive. They let me be who I was.”

On playing NCIS: LA character Kensi: “She started out on the show very independent. She didn’t want a relationship, then Deeks comes along. He’s broken from his own past. Somehow they find solace and strength in each other and a healthy relationship with each other.”

On marrying her NCIS: LA co-star Eric Christian Olsen’s brother David: “[Eric] knew I was dating somebody who was very nice but just not right for me. So he starting planting the seed. ‘You know, I think you should meet my brother. I think you guys would really hit it off.'”

NCIS: LA airs Sundays at 9/8c on CBS.

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Photography: Cliff Lipson / Styling: Jordan Grossman / Hair: Steven Mason / Makeup: Robert Bryan

ELLE South Africa: April 2018 – Gabrielle Union

Being Mary Jane star Gabrielle Union is featured in the April 2018 issue of Elle South Africa.

From the digital issue:

Actress, producer, and activist Gabrielle Union is also a full-time warrior.

On being her true self: “When I spoke in my most authentic voice, I got what I wanted. I got what I deserved,” she says. “I’m 45. I think I’ve been in this business 22 years using a dumb voice that I thought was helping me. But I wonder how my career could have been different if I had let that real voice out.”

On fashion and style: “When it came to my style, I was dressing to be ‘good enough’ but not so weird that I would be flagged as, ‘when bad clothes happen to good people.'”

On her impressing others: “I don’t believe anyone should put themselves in a financial bind to be something for other people who don’t care about them. Your barometer should be ‘Don’t try to impress people who wouldn’t give you a kidney.'”

Being Mary Jane returns this year with a two-hour series finale movie.

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Photography: Nino Muñoz / Styling: Sarah Schussheim / Hair: Larry Sims / Makeup: Fiona Stiles / Manicure: Stephanie Stone

Marie Claire South Africa: April 2018 – Taraji P. Henson

Empire star Taraji P. Henson is featured in the April 2018 issue of Marie Claire South Africa.

From the digital issue:

Taraji P. Henson is ready for her biggest year yet, with four movies due to release in 2018. The hardest-working girl’s girl in Hollywood says she fights for her characters, “because I believe in them; because I believe in me.”

Asked about the legacy she wants to leave, she looks directly in your eyes, steeling her glare that does not waver. “I love black people, I love telling black stories. I want little girls to study me like I studied Meryl Streep, Bette Davis, and Carol Burnett,” she says. “I want them to study my work, because I put a lot of work in, a lot of blood, sweat and tears.”

Empire airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on Fox.

Photography: Nicolas Moore / Hair: Tym Wallace / Makeup: Rea Ann Silva