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Us Weekly

Us Weekly

August 2, 2021

Us Weekly is the magazine that keeps the closest watch on the ever changing and ever exciting entertainment industry, unlike any other magazine. It takes you backstage at awards shows and sneaks you into celebrity parties. Us Weekly magazine peers into the minds (and dressing rooms) of the biggest stars, and escorts you around the world to see exactly where and with whom the hottest names in entertainment have been hanging out. Us Weekly gives you more access than any other magazine on the newsstand.

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United States
A360 Media, LLC
$6.49(Incl. tax)
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52 Issues

in this issue

1 min
the truth about britney & jamie lynn

Back in late June, Jamie Lynn Spears — who’d been radio silent over her older sibling’s conservatorship — took to social media to voice her support for Britney, saying, “I love my sister. Always have, always will.” But Britney quickly hit back with some serious shade. “How dare you make it public that now you care,” Britney wrote on July 17 on Instagram. A day later, she posted another dig directed at the 30-year-old Zoey 101 alum. “I don’t like that my sister showed up at an [award] show and performed my songs to remixes,” wrote Britney. “My so-called support system hurt me deeply.” While one source tells Us Jamie Lynn “is there for Britney, [but] doesn’t want to be involved in the conservatorship battle,” a second insider fears their relationship…

2 min
25 things you don’t know about me

1 . I bake great bread, and bring it to friends. 2. I’m actually Chinese, which I found out after many years of believing I was fully Korean. 3. I speak Korean pretty well. 4. Lisa Ling and I are cousins. 5. I used to be in a children’s singing group before I started doing stand-up at 14. 6. I’m extremely allergic to dust mites so I vacuum every few hours when I’m at home. 7. I only have nine toenails. 8. I use about 10 different mosquito repellents, because they will eat me alive every summer. 9. Vegemite is a huge part of my flavor obsessions. It’s so savory. 10. I listen to podcasts, music or audiobooks [nonstop] when I’m not working. The only time I’m silent is during meditation. 11. I talk to my cats and dogs all…

1 min
keeping up with us

l U.S. tennis champ Coco Gauff (above) is no longer able to participate in the Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for Covid. The 17-year-old said she was “so disappointed.” l Prince Harry is confirmed to be writing a memoir, due in late 2022 — and the palace is nervous about it. “The royal family is shaken up,” a source tells Us. “Prince William and Prince Charles are particularly concerned about what Harry will reveal.” l Halsey is a mom! The singer and boyfriend Alev Aydin welcomed their first child, Ender Ridley, on July 14. l American Idol mentor Bobby Bones married fiancée Caitlin Parker in an intimate ceremony at their home near Nashville on July 17. l Adele has a new man! The “Rumor Has It” singer made her first public appearance at the…

1 min
the fight for control


1 min
paging dr. death

In 2018, the Dr. Death podcast took the world by storm, sharing the horrifying story of neurosurgeon Dr. Christopher Duntsch, who ultimately was sentenced to life in prison after killing multiple patients. Now, Joshua Jackson is portraying the twisted doctor in Peacock’s new series of the same name — and he tells Us it was no easy task. “It wasn’t until we finished [filming] that I realized how heavy it actually had been,” says the veteran actor. “I was deluding myself about how capable I was to leave it at the office. It’s incredibly dark.” BECOMING DR. DEATH The toughest part for Jackson wasn’t playing the villain. Instead, it was finding the human in Duntsch. “My initial reaction was to just stand in judgment of him — the evil and…

1 min
a day in my life

6:20 A.M. START SIPPING After waking up, the actress, 40, pours herself some water. “I make it a rule to drink eight glasses a day,” she says. “I start with Citrus Burst from Hydralyte, which gives me electrolytes and my morning dose of vitamin C.” 7:00 A.M. GETTING DOWN Mitchell and her daughter Kenzie, 8, stretch it out on their Movéo Fit Co mats. “We [also] do some breathing exercises to help get our minds clear and focused,” she shares. 9:00 A.M. HEALTHY CHOICE “I am not a big eater in the a.m.,” confesses Mitchell. “But I do love a small bowl of granola with oat milk and bananas. Safe + Fair’s Vanilla Latte Granola is the best!” 5:00 P.M. LOTS OF LOVE “Ending my day with snuggles from all my babies is how I unwind,” gushes…