Famosos & Celebridades

People 3/13/2017

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For March 13, 2017 'I wouldn't have been a good mom for babies.... I have the patience for puppies, but that's a quick stage!' —OPRAH WINFREY, on being fine with not having kids, to Good Housekeeping U.K. 'Through them, I see my husband, and I have the strength today to keep dressing up.' —CELINE DION, on how her kids have helped her heal after her husband's death, to Extra 'It's like a breakup. I love her.... No one else likes her, but I see what other people can't! —ALLISON WILLIAMS, saying goodbye to her character Marnie from Girls, to Stephen Colbert 'We will not be erased.' —LAVERNE COX, on President Trump's move to lift federal protections for transgender students, at the Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards 'I had so much wonderful luck as an actor in films ...…

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chatter q & a

The music producer, 45, advises aspiring singers and their parent-managers on Lifetime's The Pop Game This is your first foray into a TV competition. What drew you in? I always wanted to be a mentor and give back in music. [Executive producer] Jermaine Dupri called, and here we are. You also wrote music for Empire—how is it going from music to TV? In music, you're your own boss; doing television, you have a team. It's almost like going to college. Will people see a different side of you? I think it showed people I'm a father, because I didn't want to criticize anyone—I just wanted to give encouragement. Being a father gives you patience. You're working on a new album. What can we expect from it? I never talk about what I'm working on—like, don't count your chickens…

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On the Cover 76 VIOLA DAVIS 36 PEOPLE ICONS: LOVE STORIES 50 RICKI LAKE 59 GEORGE W. BUSH 65 BILL PAXTON 82 THE OSCARS 23 SCOOP Kim and Kanye are in a great place again. Plus: Gavin Rossdale's life after divorce 50 RICKI LAKE The actress and former talk show host remembers the life she shared with her ex-husband, who recently committed suicide 57 GAVIN GRIMM When the transgender teen was told he couldn't use the boys' bathroom at his Virginia school, he sued. Now his case is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court 65 BILL PAXTON The everyman star of everything from Titanic to Big Love, dies at 61 69 CLEVE JONES The man behind the AIDS Memorial Quilt—who was an inspiration for the new ABC miniseries When We Rise—shares his journey from suicidal teen to LGBTQ activist 72 'CHILDHOOD ALZHEIMER'S' After both of their daughters were…

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editor's letter

Making History Congratulations to Viola Davis. Not only did she win the Oscar for her role in Fences at the Feb. 26 ceremony, she now holds the coveted triple crown of acting: the Oscar, Tony (two Tonys, actually) and Emmy. In this week's cover story, Davis opens up to People's Julie Jordan about her inspiring journey from a childhood of poverty to the heights of Hollywood. Given the intense characters she plays, especially Annalise Keating on How to Get Away with Murder, it will come as no surprise that offscreen Viola is a serious and thoughtful person. But when she talks about acting—about telling the stories of ordinary humans with extraordinary inner lives—she lights up. And there are few celebrities who have her capacity for gratitude—for her talent, her family, her…

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star tracks

THE CHANEL AND CHARLES FINCH PRE-OSCAR DINNER West Hollywood, Feb. 25 Kristen Stewart—who is the face of Chanel makeup—looked chic in an all-black ensemble. Pharrell Williams rubbed elbows with Mick Jagger at the bash, held at L.A. hot spot Madeo. Naomi Watts cozied up to longtime friend and Best Supporting Actress nominee Nicole Kidman. MPTF'S 'NIGHT BEFORE' PARTY Los Angeles, Feb. 25 Kate McKinnon, Chris Evans, Amy Adams, DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meryl Streep attended the 15th annual pre-Oscar fund-raiser. The event raised $5 million to benefit the Motion Picture & Television Fund, which assists senior members of the entertainment community. THE WEINSTEIN COMPANY'S PRE-OSCAR BASH Beverly Hills, Feb. 25 Jay Z and Beyoncé, who is pregnant with twins, stole the spotlight with a fashionably late arrival at the dinner, where guests drank Heineken beer and sipped on Grey…

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ALL THE NEWS & BUZZ FROM HOLLYWOOD GEORGE & AMAL ROMANCE IN FRANCE ON A RECENT GETAWAY TRIP to Paris with her husband, George Clooney, Amal Clooney was glowing—and not just because the 39-year-old is pregnant with twins. The weekend marked the very first time she and George had been to the City of Light together, she revealed to reporters at the 42nd César Awards, where George was honored with a career award. "So it's a bit of a romantic weekend for us," Amal said. And romantic it was. According to restaurateur Grégory Lentz, who owns the intimate restaurant Lapérouse, where the parents-to-be dined on Saturday, the pair appeared to be "fully in love." "Amal is amazing," says Lentz, who has known her husband, 55, since 2011. "[George] is happier than I've ever…