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People

February 25, 2019

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ch@tter

‘Look, I gotta be honest with you, he has my vote too. I mean, look at him; the man is gorgeous’—CHRIS PRATT, on Chris Hemsworth (below) being voted Sexiest Chris by People readers, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show‘I probably feel sexier now than I’ve ever felt in my life’—GLENN CLOSE, on feeling her best at 71, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert‘I feel like if you read the phone book to me in a British accent, it’s comin’ off’—ELIZABETH BANKS, on her love of an English accent, on The Graham Norton Show‘For me, putting on heels is not an effort. It’s an effort not to wear them’—SOFIA VERGARA, on her passion for high heels, to Entertainment Tonight‘It hurt. And the reason why it hurt is, like, had…the Academy chose…

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5 things we’re talking about!

1/The Wonder Years stars reuniteThree decades later Fred Savage (left), 42, Danica McKellar, 44, and Josh Saviano, 42, still get by with a little help from their friends. “You guys are like family to me,” Saviano posted on his Snap.2/Zac Efron celebrates his hot brother’s birthdayTo honor his little bro Dylan’s turning 27 on Feb. 6, the actor, 31, gave the rest of us a present as well when he posted photos of both Efron siblings shirtless in a waterfall.3/New emojis are comingTime for an upgrade! This year’s set of 230 emojis, which will be released by Unicode in March, will include interracial couples, people with various disabilities, an otter, a flamingo, a waffle and a yawning face.4/Tyra Banks gets her own theme parkThe Top Model creator plans to open…

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kate walsh

I have an irrational fear of…Well, I guess probably cockroaches. But is that irrational? Who wants to be around those? If I was ever offered a part where I had to have bugs crawling on me, I wouldn’t do it.My biggest pet peeve is…When people don’t listen. Could be basic like a blowout. You’re like, “This is what I want, and here’s a picture to go with it.… Or I can have ’80s hair. It’s up to you, I guess.”To get out of a bad mood, I…Do a gratitude list and start with low-hanging fruit. Like, I love my bed and pillow and fake-fur blanket. Tactile things that feel good.What makes me happiest is…Honestly, walking in New York City with my dog Rosie. I love all the people, the lights,…

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editor’s letter

Bravo, AndyWhat a thrill to see Andy Cohen and his baby Benjamin on the cover of this issue. I met Andy about 25 years ago when he was a producer on the CBS News morning show and I was a reporter at Entertainment Weekly. Since then we’ve pretty much grown up together and watched each other’s dreams come true. I wasn’t surprised by his decision to become a father. Yes, he loves the nightlife and Real Housewives drama, but he’s also a very smart, serious and infinitely curious person, with a tight circle of real friends who go back decades. He’s a family guy who learned from the best—his parents, Evelyn and Lou Cohen, who raised Andy and his sister Emily in a St. Louis suburb. “To [his close friends]…

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star tracks goes to the grammys

The 61 Annual GRAMMY AWARDSLos Angeles, Feb. 10Country singer Kacey Musgraves was the Grammys’ golden girl, sweeping all four of the categories in which she was nominated, including Album of the Year for Golden Hour. She and Childish Gambino—who didn’t attend—were the big winners, taking home four gramophones each.Michelle Obama surprised the audience, joining host Alicia Keys for her monologue. “A big part of friendship is showing up for your girls,” the former First Lady later said of supporting Keys.Cardi B (looking pearl-fect in vintage Mugler Couture) turned heads on the red carpet before making history as the first solo woman to win Best Rap Album, for Invasion of Privacy.MusiCares Person of the Year honoree Dolly Parton performed her classic hit “Jolene” with goddaughter Miley Cyrus.Ricky Martin—who opened the show with…

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style standouts: the boldest looks

Lady GagaIn CelineThe winner sparkled in a silver column with dramatic ruffles. A 91-carat Tiffany & Co. collar that featured 237 diamonds and metallic Jimmy Choo platforms added extra shine to her glam ensemble.Janelle MonáeIn Jean Paul Gaultier CoutureWith its sharp shoulders, “this is a bold look that commands presence,” the nominee’s stylist Alexandra Mandelkorn tells People. For the topper, designer Steve David applied more than 100 gold safety pins by hand.Kacey MusgravesIn Valentino Haute CoutureThe winner glowed in her blush gown, which featured more than 1,000 ft. of tulle. “We wanted to go with an ethereal look, and this one had the same feeling as her album—magical,” says her stylist Erica Cloud.The 61ST Annual GRAMMY AWARDSJennifer LopezIn Ralph & Russo Couture“Green is my favorite color, so it seemed like…

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