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People June 22, 2020

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Meredith Corporation
54 Issues

in this issue

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‘That George Clooney, he makes a mean tequila’—WANDA SYKES, on posting after consuming the actor’s Casamigos liquor, on Jimmy Kimmel Live‘He let me cut it. He was like, “I guess it will grow back.” But I did a great job!’—JESSICA ALBA, on giving her husband Cash Warren a quarantine haircut, to People‘When we send them into the world, they’re going to be formidable, opinionated, kind, morally compassed women’—KRISTEN BELL, on having difficult conversations with her two young daughters, on Channel Q’s The Morning Beat‘Expect the unexpected, but celebrate anyway’—TAYLOR SWIFT, on staying positive amid unplanned circumstances, at YouTube’s Dear Class of 2020 virtual graduation‘I thought I was there just to check a box, but I ended up with so much more’—CATHERINE GIUDICI LOWE, on her Bachelor experience as a Filipina,…

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5 things we’re talking about this week!

1 Mariah surprises Schitt’s Creek When the comedy’s cast appeared on YouTube’s virtual graduation event to sing her song “Hero,” Carey popped in. “You all sounded so good that I had to get in on it,” she said. Star Dan Levy freaked out: “I think I’m having a heart attack!” 2 Bruce Lee Gets a Kick-ass Doc Following the success of its Michael Jordan series, ESPN premiered Be Water, a documentary examining the late martial-arts star’s legacy—another knockout with viewers. 3 Elmer Fudd Gives up His Gun Bugs Bunny’s nemesis will lose the rifle in HBO Max’s new Looney Tunes, which won’t depict guns. That’s not all, folks: Yosemite Sam will ditch his pistols. 4 Barbie Self-isolates She’s a Barbie girl in an unprecedented world. Instagram account @GrandmaGetsReal put a 2020 quarantine spin on the doll with…

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editor’s letter

Welcome to Our Pride Issue I grew up enjoying tap dancing, fashion, amateur theater, art and the Australian pop star Kylie Minogue. The only sport I really liked was skipping. Yep, I was picked on and labeled “gay” before I even knew what that meant. As other, more hateful words came my way, I learned that being called gay was a way to hurt me, to reinforce that I was alien, shameful and wrong. It was an isolating existence, as there were no LGBTQ role models. In the magazines I loved so much, men or women didn’t talk about being gay, bisexual or trans. There were no positive LGBTQ characters on television or same-sex couples holding hands on red carpets. So I hid in plain sight. I became someone I was not.…

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STARS DEMAND JUSTICE MORE STARS DEMAND JUSTICE MILEY AND CODY’S PUPPY LOVE Los Angeles, June 4 Miley Cyrus and boyfriend Cody Simpson coordinated in black when they went on a hike with their mixed shepherd Bo, whom they adopted at the beginning of quarantine. ALL COVERED UP Los Angeles, June 7 Laura Dern matched her face covering to her outfit when she stepped out for a walk with her dog. HELEN HITS THE BEACH Malibu, June 7 Helen Hunt caught some waves on her bodyboard during a sunny day at the ocean. PARIS’S DAY OF PDA Malibu, June 7 Paris Hilton and new boyfriend Carter Reum held hands and shared a kiss during an outdoor lunch. BREATHE IN, BREATHE OUT Kerry Washington took part in a yoga session followed by a chat about mental health “in the fight for justice” in a June 6 Instagram…

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her surprise graduation speech: meghan’s emotional plea

Meghan Markle had planned for weeks to deliver an uplifting commencement address to the 2020 class of her alma mater in L.A., Immaculate Heart High School. But as protests unfolded around the country following the death of George Floyd, she decided to speak her mind. “She felt moved to say something publicly,” says a close source, “and this was an appropriate way to do it.” In her June 3 video speech to the teens, Meghan, 38—who has previously opened up about her experience as a biracial girl growing up in L.A.—shared her own memories of the 1992 riots sparked by the police beating of Rodney King. “I remember the curfew, and I remember rushing back home, and on that drive home seeing ash fall from the sky,” she said. “And I…

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beyoncé’s empowering speech

Beyoncé believes the class of 2020 will “Run the World”—and make it better. On June 7 the singer, 38, gave a virtual commencement address during YouTube’s “Dear Class of 2020” event and praised grads for making it amid the coronavirus pandemic and a global uprising against police brutality toward black people. “Thank you for using your collective voice and letting the world know that black lives matter,” she said. The Grammy winner also got personal about her experience as a woman of color in the music industry and building her business. “Not enough black women had a seat at the table, so I had to go and chop down that wood and build my own table. Then I had to invite the best there was to have a seat,” Beyoncé…