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People March 15, 2021

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Meredith Corporation
54 Issues

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‘I’m 37 and finally love and accept myself’—JONAH HILL, on his body image, on Instagram‘I feel that Americans listen to people who have accents’—TREVOR NOAH, on being an authoritative host, during a virtual discussion with Will Smith about Netflix’s AMEND: The Fight for America‘I’ve been through hell in my life, and to make it to 50, it was just beautiful’—MARY J. BLIGE, on how she felt about reaching the milestone, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show‘I’ve been, like most people, cooking like crazy. My arse is just massive now’—KATE WINSLET, on her pandemic hobby, on The Graham Norton Show‘My only big regret that I can talk about is that Saturday Night Live asked me to host. My probation officer wouldn’t give me the time’—MARTHA STEWART, on missing out on a chance…

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5 things we’re talking about this week!

1 Jacob Elordi and Megan Thee Stallion strip down The Euphoria actor and the “W.A.P.” rapper bare all in Calvin Klein’s steamy spring 2021 “Blank Canvas” ad campaign highlighting the essentials (because who wears pants these days anyway?) 2 A new Potato Head is born In a sign of the times, Hasbro dropped the “Mr.” from the Potato Head brand to be more gender inclusive. The toy maker also introduced a Create Your Own Potato Head Family kit so users can craft whatever configurations they imagine. 3 George and Julia get back together Ocean’s Eleven costars Clooney and Roberts will team up for a new rom-com, Ticket to Paradise, about a divorced couple who go to Bali to prevent their daughter from making the same mistake they did decades earlier. 4 Dunkin’ debuts avocado toast Basics, rejoice!…

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meet the women changing the world

At People over our 47-year history we have covered many stories of people going through difficult life challenges; the most heartbreaking stories include those who have lost loved ones too soon. The grief they endure is unthinkable, but time and time again we have witnessed that what can help with healing is the act of turning the darkest moments into doing good. Vanessa Bryant endured the unfathomable when she lost her husband, Kobe Bryant, and their 13-year-old daughter Gianna just over a year ago. In the months since, she has helped her children through the trauma of losing a sister and a father while processing her own grief. She tells West Coast executive editor Elizabeth Leonard (on page 42), “A few people have said that when one parent dies, their surviving…

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GOLDEN WARRIOR Receiving the Cecil B. DeMille award in person at the ceremony in L.A. on Feb. 28, Jane Fonda, 83, shone a light on inequality in Hollywood—amid controversy over the Hollywood Foreign Press, which awards the Globes, having no Black members. “Let’s all of us, including all the groups that decide who gets hired and what gets made and who wins awards… make an effort to expand that tent,” she said, “so that everyone rises and everyone’s story has a chance to be seen and heard.” STUCK ON MUTE We’ve all been there! During his acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actor for Judas and the Black Messiah, tech glitches muted Daniel Kaluuya. “You did me dirty!” he joked when the sound returned. TINA & AMY REUNITE—SORT OF Four-time cohosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler…

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harry & meghan: breaking their silence

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have forged an unprecedented path as modern royals, and now they are ready to speak publicly about their decision to leave the U.K. for California. “Were you silent, or were you silenced?” Oprah Winfrey asks Meghan, 39, in an interview airing March 7 on CBS. The sit-down marks the first time any royal has addressed such personal topics on-camera since Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, shared her private pain in a 1995 Panorama interview. Hinting at the shattering revelations to come, Harry told Winfrey, “My biggest concern was history repeating itself”—a reference to his mother’s anguish as a target of the British tabloid press. Addressing Meghan, who wore a bracelet that belonged to Diana for the interview, Winfrey said, “‘Almost unsurvivable’ sounds like there was a…

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how mary-kate olsen is moving on

Mary-Kate Olsen seems to have a new man in her life. The actress turned fashion mogul, 34, sparked romance rumors when she was seen enjoying drinks and dinner with John Cooper, the founder and CEO of news and technology company Brightwire, at Estiatorio Milos in N.Y.C. on Feb. 26. “They looked happy together,” an onlooker says of the pair, who dined with another couple. The dinner date comes a month after Olsen finalized her divorce from ex Olivier Sarkozy. Olsen first signed a petition to divorce the French banker, 51, last April, but her request was stalled due to the pandemic. She was able to officially file a month later. At the time, a Sarkozy family source said the pair “just grew apart.” MATT BARON/SHUTTERSTOCK; FELIPE RAMALES/SPLASH NEWS…