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People 11/27/2017

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‘I’ve come to the conclusion that you cannot play around with the Internet.’ —SEAN “PUFF DADDY” COMBS, revealing he was kidding about changing his name to “Brother Love,” on Twitter ‘I used to drive my poor ex-husband [Nick Cokas] crazy, because I was so thin and saying, “Oh, I’m fat.” I’ve moved away from that, thankfully, and I’ve grown up.’ —KATHARINE McPHEE, on her body confidence, to Health ‘Talk to them after sexy time: You’re gonna get a lot.’ —MILA KUNIS, on the best time to ask husband Ashton Kutcher for help, to People ‘I read them all. My birthday’s coming up. Maybe I’ll buy [a $160,000 first-edition copy of The Sorcerer’s Stone] for myself as a treat.’ —DRAKE, revealing he’s a secret Harry Potter fan, to The Hollywood Reporter ‘I’ve watched my family go through ebbs and…

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gina rodriguez

In The Star, you play the Virgin Mary: What was it like lending your voice to her? It was an honor and a blessing. She was just so badass. I really liked that. Did you get to meet Oprah, who also costars in the movie? I actually already met her—I went to her SuperSoul 100 last year, so I’ve been lucky to have been in the same space as Oprah. She’s a saint! What is the perfect day for you? Being with my boyfriend [Joe LoCicero], who is my best friend; boxing at some point; laughing with a sibling; exchanging a serendipitous moment with a stranger. You’re an awesome boxer. What inspires you to keep fit? It puts me in a space that now, no matter what weight I am, I love me because I know I…

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editor’s letter

Congrats, Blake! It’s been a stressful year for America. And so when it came time for our annual ritual of silliness—crowning 2017’s Sexiest Man Alive—we looked for a guy who would have some fun with it and show us a really good time. Blake Shelton is the perfect man for the job. Our favorite good ol’ boy never takes himself too seriously, and his considerable charm has helped turn The Voice into one of TV’s biggest hits. Watching him fall in love with Gwen Stefani has only made us like him more. And frankly, we really wanted to see Sexiest Man Alive 2013 Adam Levine’s face when he heard the news. (It’s just like the rivalry between Brad Pitt and George Clooney—or maybe Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Let’s see how…

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‘Congratulations on your 70th anniversary!’ Cheryl Hegwood via people.com Queen Elizabeth I really enjoyed the article on the 70th wedding anniversary of England’s Queen Elizabeth and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh. They’re such a remarkable couple! Tracy Bell Madison, Miss. The Queen has real staying power, a trait sorely lacking in our modern society. Gillian Davis Krummek via people.com Sutherland Springs How many more lives have to be lost to gun violence? No one wants to step on the second amendment, but enough is enough. Pass sensible laws to prohibit the sale of assault weapons. Sally B. Westfield, Mass. Surrogate Mom I was blown away by the article on surrogate Jessica Allen and her husband, Wardell Jasper. How heart breaking to have to go through all those legalities to get their son back—even with matching DNA results. God bless them! Doris…

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a driving force for equal pay

In April, People teamed up with the research firm Great Place to Work to create our first annual list of Companies That Care (People, April 10). The list celebrates businesses that do well and do good by demonstrating respect and compassion for their employees, their communities and the world. Since then, Salesforce—which ranked No. 1 on our list—has upped its game even further. CEO Marc Benioff has pledged $3 million this year alone to close the pay gap between male and female employees. “Equal pay for equal work is an essential step in the path toward equality for all,” says Cindy Robbins, Salesforce president and chief people officer. Follow us on Twitter @people Like us on Facebook facebook.com/peoplemag Follow us on Instagram @peoplemag NOMINATE YOUR COMPANY! Visit greatplacetowork.com/bestworkplaces/companies-that-care/2017 for nomination details and official rules…

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star tracks