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People 5/15/2017

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United States
Língua:
English
Editora:
Meredith Corporation
Periodicidade:
Weekly
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For May 15, 2017 'I kind of have this ... R.B.F. I don't mean to, though—I just do my thing, drink Miller Lite and hang out with my friends.' —MIRANDA LAMBERT, on her "resting b---- face," on the Bobby Bones radio show 'I would say it is an honor to do this, but that would be an alternative fact. It is not. No one wanted to do this, so of course it falls in the hands of an immigrant.' —HASAN MINHAJ, on hosting the White House Correspondents' Dinner, at the event 'If I am afraid of the way they present me, then I am going to change the way that I am presented.' —GINA RODRIGUEZ, on Latina representation in Hollywood, at Fresno State's Satellite Student Union 'People that like food shouldn't get this weird fetishy-sounding thing. Call…

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chatter q & a

The actress, 53, stars in the psychological thriller The Dinner The film is about a showdown between two couples. What made you want to do it? The material kept revealing itself in surprising ways. And there's the challenge of how do you shoot a movie with four people at a dinner table? There was a lot of fun stuff to work on. What was the production like? We filmed nights in an old mansion in Yonkers that had no heat. You just get slaphappy. There's no way at 4:30 in the morning you're not going to start laughing hysterically, because you're so tired. How do you relax? Just family time. Making pancakes and walking to the park with my child [Bennett, 3] and taking him to school. It's the repetitive things that give your life an…

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contents

On the Cover 42 PRINCESS CHARLOTTE 19 WHITNEY HOUSTON 49 KELLY & RYAN 52 13 REASONS WHY MET GALA 2017 10 Reasons TO GO TO THE movies THIS SUMMER ALSO IN THIS ISSUE 2 CHATTER 6 EDITOR'S LETTER 8 STAR TRACKS 19 SCOOP 30 PASSAGES 33 PEOPLE PICKS 75 BEAUTY 83 FOOD 89 HOME 93 PETS 94 PUZZLER 97 SECOND LOOK 98 ONE LAST THING 19 SCOOP Whitney Houston's secret love affair, an interview with The Handmaid's Tale author Margaret Atwood, Gisele Bündchen on work-life balance and more! 52 13 REASONS WHY Mental health experts weigh in on what parents need to know about Netflix's controversial new show—and how to talk to kids about teen suicide 55 LEA MICHELE The singer opens up about her devastating loss, life in the spotlight and where she finds strength 58 MADELEINE MCCANN MYSTERY Ten years after the 3-year-old girl disappeared on a family vacation in Portugal, her heartbroken parents, Gerry and…

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editor's letter

Have You Seen Hamilton? LAST NOVEMBER PEOPLE RAN a profile of Olympic skating champ Scott Hamilton, now 58, who told us he was battling a brain tumor—for the third time. Over the past few months, Hamilton—who also survived testicular cancer and underwent 10 different surgeries for the last tumor, in 2010—has once again been facing the challenge with bravery, humor, faith and unstoppable optimism. It's all on display in the new emotional six-episode series Scott Hamilton Today. You can see it on PEN—the People/Entertainment Weekly Network. (Download the PEN app or find it at people.com/PEN.) The show follows Scott and his family as he gets strong enough to tolerate treatment and tracks the progress of the tumor. Meanwhile, he continues to mentor young skaters, advocate for other cancer patients through his…

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star tracks

METGALA 2017 Fashion's Big Night! The annual Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit gives stars the chance to go all out in the name of fashion—and that's exactly what these ladies did THIS YEAR'S THEME The 2017 gala celebrated the opening of "Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between," a retrospective exhibit featuring more than 150 of Kawakubo's avant-garde creations. Who best to wear one of the designer's over-the-top ensembles? The perennial red carpet risk taker Rihanna, of course. Rihanna in COMME DES GARCONS Kendall Jenner in LA PERLA HAUTE COUTURE Julianne Moore in CALVIN KLEIN BY APPOINTMENT WITH CHOPARD JEWELS Selena Gomez in COACH WITH TIFFANY & CO. JEWELS Zoë Kravitz in OSCAR DE LA RENTA Blake Lively in ATELIER VERSACE METGALA 2017 More Glam Gowns! Jennifer Lopez in VALENTINO WITH A JUDITH LEIBER COUTURE CLUTCH AND MORE THAN 150…

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scoop

ALL THE NEWS & BUZZ FROM HOLLYWOOD WHITNEY HOUSTON THE REAL LOVE OF HER LIFE SINCE SHE DROWNED in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton on Feb. 11, 2012, fans of Whitney Houston have wondered why the pop diva's life was so plagued by sadness and self-destruction. A controversial new documentary may provide the answers. On April 26, Whitney: Can I Be Me, a documentary by Nick Broomfield and Rudi Dolezal, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, painting a stark portrait of a superstar as tortured as she was talented. Although the movie is not sanctioned by her family, Dolezal knew Houston and filmed her throughout her life, and the film contains interviews with many close associates and friends. They talk candidly for the first time about her sexuality—and how it put her…