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People 1/23/2017

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United States
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English
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Meredith Corporation
Periodicidade:
Weekly
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chatter

For January 23, 2017 'That's the greatest award of all, isn't it? Good children.' —SYLVESTER STALLONE, on being proud of his three daughters, at a Golden Globes afterparty 'I think the quote was, "Mommy, you look like a banana tonight." I mean, I'll take anything.' —ISLA FISHER, on her daughters' reaction to the star's style at the AACTA Awards 'I have this intense sense of complete relaxation and normality [in Africa].... It's where I feel more like myself than anywhere else in the world.' —PRINCE HARRY, on his love for Africa, to Town & Country 'None of us are going to be scared into [wearing] muumuus by faceless basement dwellers.' —LENA DUNHAM, addressing her unretouched body on the cover of Glamour, on Instagram 'Being your First Lady has been the greatest honor of my life. I hope I've made…

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chatter q & a

The actor, 72, was nominated for the third time for a Golden Globe for his role in Transparent, streaming on Amazon. In 2015 you won for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy and were nominated this year. Were you sad not to win? Here's the deal: I had a very healthy suspicion that Donald Glover was going to win [for Atlanta], and he was entitled to win it. How did you know he would? Because everybody told me! Everybody wanted to tell me what Jeffrey Tambor's Vegas odds were, which were 6 to 1. But no one comes to these [shows] to win—what we're doing is coming to celebrate moments and stories. We know there is no Best Actor. Just storytelling that needs to be acknowledged. Did you have a favorite film from this…

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contents

On the Cover 52 OPRAH'S WEIGHT LOSS 8 GOLDEN GLOBES DUO RYAN & EMMA 60 THESE WOMEN LOST HALF THEIR SIZE 104 MURDER IN MIDDLE SCHOOL This Week 97 FORT LAUDERDALE SHOOTING Friends and family remember the victims who were killed when a lone gunman opened fire at a Florida airport 98 BEN PLATT The Pitch Perfect actor strikes an emotional chord as the star of Broadway's Dear Evan Hansen 100 PETA AND MAKSIM The Dancing with the Stars pros share pictures of their newborn son's nursery 103 ROBERT SUNDHOLM A former janitor and self-taught painter is discovered by the New York art world at age 75 104 MIDDLE SCHOOL MURDER PLOT A new HBO documentary takes a closer look at the case of two 12-year-old girls who stabbed their friend 19 times to please the fictional Internet character Slenderman RANDI BEREZ; T-SHIRTS FROM LEFT: LUCIANA;…

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mailbag

'They lived, they loved, and they left this earth together' Cruz Nelson via e-mail For January 16, 2017 Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher There is no more beautiful love story than that of Debbie Reynolds and her daughter Carrie Fisher. Reynolds's death, which can be characterized as broken-heart syndrome, came one day after Carrie's, defining the power of a mother's love. Cynthia S. Brown via e-mail I appreciate those who treasure Carrie's connection to Star Wars, but for me, that's not what made her special. Carrie was ferociously witty, fearlessly vocal about her vulnerabilities, and a mental-health advocate and warrior. Debra Kurtz via e-mail Michael Keaton Loved the pictures on Michael Keaton's life. I like that his "keys to showbiz survival" include "good wine and great conversation." He's a talented actor and a down-to-earth man. Toni Waltz Port Charlotte, Fla. Mariah…

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star tracks

GOES TO THE GOLDEN GLOBES! Shimmering dresses, sexy couples and sweet (and scathing) moments to remember: all the details from inside Hollywood's first big party of 2017 Star Power Blake Lively and husband Ryan Reynolds (left) turned heads on the red carpet. Lively stunned in a plunging black-velvet Atelier Versace design with gold chain-mail trim just four months after giving birth to the couple's second daughter. Hollywood Lets Loose Right: Nominee Michelle Williams and Cecil B. DeMille Award winner Meryl Streep (right) posed inside the Beverly Hilton ballroom. (For more on Streep's speech, see page 29.) Below: Snatched costars Goldie Hawn and Amy Schumer (right) cracked each other up before presenting. Sweet Victory Tracee Ellis Ross (in Paule Ka) celebrated her Best Actress win for Black-ish at the In Style & Warner Bros. party. "We're making history…

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scoop

ALL THE NEWS & BUZZ FROM HOLLYWOOD MERYL STREEP VS. DONALD TRUMP CLASH OF TITANS GETTING POLITICAL IN AN awards-show speech is an age-old tradition. But these days nothing political goes quite as expected. What Meryl Streep began in a whisper at this year's Golden Globes—"I've lost my voice," the star said softly as she accepted the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's lifetime-achievement honor—ended in a social media slugfest all too common in the Age of Donald Trump. On Jan. 8 Streep, 67, used the Globes spotlight to take aim at the 70-year-old President-elect, slamming him for mocking disabled New York Times reporter Serge F. Kovaleski during the campaign. "The person asking to sit in the most respected seat in the country," Streep said of Trump, whom she never mentioned by name, was responsible…