Saturday, October 8, 2016

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Ewan McGregor Discusses Swearing at Young Children - The Graham Norton Show

Dina Lohan Wants a Piece of the Spotlight

In light of Lindsay Lohan's Russian Interview and finger-getting-chopped-off incident, Dina Lohan saw the opportunity to claw her way back into the spotlight, so she promptly called E! News and told them the following:

On Lindsay's broken engagement to Egor Tarabasov:
"In this instance, very happy. I can sleep at night. He was just very young and it just wasn't working out. It got to the point where it was abusive.  And I'm a victim of domestic abuse and it's hard. I never thought in a million years my daughter would have to experience that, but she did, and fortunately she's out and happy and done with it. I wish him well and I hope he gets help because he was a nice man...She just wants to have babies and settle down. She's like 30 which makes me 130." 

And on the finger:
"We'll find out Friday. It's the tip, so it's all about feeling the nerve. She can't tell yet because it's all stitched up and still healing. That could take a while, that could take a year. So she's going back to the doctor Friday."

Sean Penn Makes Things Facebook Official

...or the celebrity equivalent, Red Carpet Official. Page Six reports that Sean Penn hit a red carpet on Thursday night with new girlfriend Leila George. That name probably doesn't mean much to you. Fun fact: Her parents are Vincent D'Onofrio and Greta Scacchi. Oh, and did I mention she's 24? As a reminder, Sean Penn is 56, and Vincent D'Onofrio is 57. I'll take Daddy Issues for 200, Alex.

Candace Swanepoel is a Mom

Victoria's Secret Angel Candace Swanepoel, 27, has welcomed her first child with fiancé Hermann Nicoli, 30. E! News reports that their son Anacã was born recently. If you're wondering about that name, it's a Brazilian word for a specific type of bird. The couple have been together for 10 years.

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Friday, October 7, 2016

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Blind Gossip Blind Item - No Kiss Hello

This film actress wants you to think that she’s a good mom. That’s why she’ll coo about her children in interviews and do photo ops with them.

Except… she doesn’t actually seem to be spending much time with them.

"There was one month this year she was working a lot and she only saw the children three days total in four weeks. The children kept asking, “Is Mommy ever coming home?” When she finally did come home, the children were so mad at her that they didn’t even want to kiss her hello. They just ignored her."


Source: Blind Gossip

Deep Thoughts 10/7/16

Describe yourself in three fictional characters.

The Take Official US Release Trailer 1 (2016) - Idris Elba Movie

Popbitch Blind Item - Obsessive Masturbator

Which ex-soap star is bragging to people that he was once targeted by The Fake Sheikh but wasn’t naive enough to get turned over? We’re not quite sure what Mazher was trying to do him for, but we have it on good authority that the actor is an obsessive masturbator who can’t make it through the day without at least three rub ‘n tugs.

Source: Popbitch

Fashion and Beauty Tips From Posh Spice

Victoria Beckham sat down for an interview with Net-a-Porter's The Edit. Here's what she had to say:

On aging:
“I don’t think you realize how important [a healthy lifestyle is] until you get older. You realize how vital it is to wear sunscreen; to drink lots of water; to cleanse, tone, moisturize; take vitamins; make sure you’re eating the right food. I eat lots of good fats, in avocados, nuts, seeds, salmon... I see a dermatologist in LA, called Dr Harold Lancer, who is incredible. I’ve known him for years – he sorted my skin out. I used to have really problematic skin and he said to me, ‘You have to eat salmon every single day.’ I said, ‘Really, every day?’ And he said, ‘Yes; breakfast, lunch or dinner, you have to eat it every single day.’ I’ve also started seeing [nutritionist] Amelia Freer. I’ve learned so much about food; you’ve got to eat the right things, eat the right healthy fats. I usually get up about 6am, do a bit of a workout, get the kids up, get them changed, give them breakfast, get them to school, then do a bit more working out before I go to the office. And to do all of that, I’ve got to fuel my body correctly.”

On makeup:
“I am someone who really enjoys makeup; I’ve worn makeup for a long, long time and collected it for many years. At my first meeting with Estée Lauder, at my house in LA, I had an entire dining-room table full of products I’ve collected over the years – colors that I have made up, things that have been discontinued – and I went through everything. I told them about things I liked, things I didn’t like, and what I couldn’t find in my makeup bag, because I truly believe there is a lot of product that every woman needs that actually isn’t available, whether it’s the right pigments in an eyeshadow or the perfect nude lip. I think Estée Lauder were really quite surprised at how much I knew about the subject.

Makeup is like clothes; it can really give you confidence. Though it’s nice to look like you haven’t made too much of an effort sometimes, I still think it’s good to look pulled together and make the best of what you have. Most of the time, when people claim to have just woken up [looking effortlessly beautiful], they’ve actually spent more time on themselves than someone who looks overly done.”

On empowerment:
“I think you have to [empower] yourself, rather than rely on other people to do that. It’s great to get a compliment from your husband, or your kids, or another woman, but you also have to make yourself feel good, and that’s why I think makeup is so great, because it can do that for you. I’m really proud of everything I’ve achieved, but I haven’t done it on my own – I have great people around me; I have a family that really supports me. I couldn’t do any of this if it wasn’t for David; he is such a supportive husband and someone who inspires me so much. His work ethic is incredible, and he is the most fantastic husband and devoted father.”

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The Gossip Life Blind Item - Constantly Hit On

This serves as a nice companion piece to a blind item we posted a couple of days ago. After I posted about the A-list star that lights up a room, several people got in touch with their star encounters.

Two absolutely worshipped at the feet of this B-list television actress, so I messaged my friend (security, douche bag, great source) who has worked with said actress. Not only did he confirm that she's the most beautiful woman he's ever seen (he's worked in HW for three decades and met all the big stars), but he raved about the B-lister.

'She's a piece on screen, no doubt,' he says, 'but in real life she's better looking than Angie fucking Jolie.'

He tells me of an encounter he had with her in a bar, where she walked in and there was absolutely no order. 'Men were flying over to talk to her nonstop,' he claims, 'I thought we were gonna have to call the law because she was constantly hit on.'

So, tell me, Gossipers:

Who is she?

Luke Evans Opens Up

Luke Evans, who will appear in the upcoming The Girl on the Train with Emily Blunt, recently sat down for an interview with Interview Magazine. Here's what he had to say:

BROWN: What did your parents think when you decided to become an actor?

EVANS: I think they were a little freaked out. I left home when I was quite young—at 16—so that was first thing to deal with. I think becoming an actor was not as scary because they'd [already] dealt with the fact that their only child had left the house. But they saw that I was good at it; I was winning singing and performance competitions and stuff. They could see that I was doing something that really made me happy. And winning a scholarship, I didn't have any of their help to do that stuff. I did that off my own back. I think that when you see your child do something like that independently of you at such a young age—if it was me, like my mum and dad did, I'd just support them and be there for them. I was just lucky that I had gotten into this college and I was moving to the city I had always wanted to live in. It must be weird having one child though. They were very protective; you're quite precious I guess to them because they only have one. But it all worked out.

BROWN: What did you want to be when you were five?

EVANS: I probably wanted to be a shopkeeper, because I like tills. 

BROWN: Did you ever think about just becoming a singer? 

EVANS: All the time. I think my dream would have been to be a solo artist. But it didn't work out like that, and I also love to sing lots of musical stuff; I was really good at that, I've got a big voice. I dropped into musical theater and really enjoyed it and I sang for about nine years of my career. I left college two months before I graduated to play the juvenile lead in a new musical in the West End. 

BROWN: Have you ever had played a character where you felt like, "I really connect with this character, this is me." 

EVANS: Yes. Quite a few times. I felt that with Bard the Bowman [in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug], although I'm not a father yet. I felt his human spirit. I understood it completely and what he was fighting for. He was willing to take on a dragon the size of the Empire State Building to save his people with one arrow. He was the most self-sacrificing man and I admired him. He was a fantastic character to play. Weirdly I felt the same for Vlad Tepes in Dracula, because we brought the human side to that character. He was fighting for his family and his child and for his people. He chose the wrong route but it was with a pure heart and a pure objective. Then there are other times you don't have any connection to them and you have to really find a connection. There's always a connection to be made whether you're playing a psychopath or whatever. It doesn't really matter; you've got to find this thing that you relate to with each character otherwise you're missing something. 

BROWN: How did you get cast as Gaston in Beauty in the Beast? What was the process like? 

EVANS: I had to audition. They wanted to hear everybody. I can tell you huge names that were in the room before me and after me. I was like, "Fuck." Everybody was being seen for these roles, and for Gaston especially. It's a great role, and he has this big song—well, there are a few big songs. I went in and met Bill Condon and it was quite nice. Sometimes when you audition it's quite a nerve wracking thing, you're quite exposed and maybe have only had the script for a few days before. I remember going in and I knew the song and I knew that I could sing it really well—that's what I've done my whole career up until this point. It was one of those moments where I could relax and thoroughly enjoy every minute of it, knowing that vocally I could do it. It was quite nice to see Mr. Condon's face at the end of it smiling away. I was like, "Okay, well I think I've done something right in this room." But I went back twice to try different things and it was great. It's quite nice to audition sometimes. I'm in a fortunate position that sometimes you just get offered roles—they're not necessarily the roles you take, but to get offered a film is amazing. I think the work you've done before that is why you get it. But when you audition for something you do feel a little bit more legit. It's a validation that you are the right person for the job because they've chosen and they've seen you do something connected to that role. I loved every second of [the film]. It was thrilling. You just felt like you were on a big MGM set of a musical. It's huge and it's breathtaking, some of the stuff that we shot. I can't wait to see the final cut. 

BROWN: Do most people in the film world know that you come from a musical background?

EVANS: No. That's the best bit. Obviously more and more people will find out, [but] I don't think a lot of people know that I can sing. It's not common knowledge. 

Read the full interview at Interview.

Celebrity Real Estate - Old Hollywood Edition

The former Holmby Hills home of Edie Goetz, daughter of Louis B. Mayer, has hit the market for $79 million. Yes, that price is staggering, but this is Holmby Hills. The Playboy Mansion just sold for $100 million, and Spelling Manor was bought for $85 million a few years ago and is currently being shopped around for $150 million. Back to the home at hand, the Gordon B. Kaufmann designed home built in 1938 sits on over 4 acres and features 11 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, 2 swimming pools, a tennis court, rare specimen trees, and tons of old Hollywood history. See pictures of the property at Curbed.

Burke Ramsay Starts Suing

Us Weekly reports that Burke Ramsay has filed a defamation suit over the recent CBS JonBenet Ramsay documentary. Ramsay is suing forensic pathologist Werner Spitz for $150 million for "explicitly and falsely stat[ing] that Burke Ramsay killed his sister, JonBenet Ramsey." The complaint centers not just on the documentary, but on an interview that Spitz gave to CBS Detroit. The filing continues:

"Defendant Spitz has once again interjected himself into a high profile case to make unsupported, false and sensational statements and accusations — this time accusing Burke Ramsey of JonBenét's brutal murder. In the Interview, Defendant Spitz claims Burke, age 9 at the time of his sister's death, bludgeoned her to death. Defendant Spitz made this accusation without ever examining JonBenét's body, without viewing the crime scene, and without consulting with the pathologist who performed the autopsy on JonBenét."

Ramsay is asking that Spitz "remove and retract all defamatory statements" about him. 

TV Show Roundup 10/7/16

Casting News:
TV Line reports that Lea Thompson will guest star on an upcoming episode of CBS's Scorpion as Paige's mother.

Busy Phillips will guest star on an upcoming episode of CBS's The Odd Couple as a love interest for Thomas Lennon, reports TV Line.

TV Line announces that Peter Weller has landed a recurring role on season 4 of TNT's The Last Ship.

Freeform has renewed Stitchers for a third season, reports TV Line.


Michael Pena Extols the Virtues of Scientology

Uh oh, they got another one! Actor Michael Pena recently sat down for an interview with The Guardian, where he praised Xenu. Here's what he had to say:

"I wasn’t an alcoholic, but I was doing it too much. And then there was the next thing, and the next thing. For me, it isn’t religion like a belief; it’s practical things you do....[It] made me a better actor."  

Well, that part I can see. Not laughing in their faces when they tell you the whole backstory of Scientology does take some great acting skills.

No More Procreating for Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson recently sat down for an interview with Jenny McCarthy on her Sirius XM show. Here's what she had to say, as reprinted by E! News:

"I was literally pregnant with Remi, and I was like, 'You are getting fixed. This will never happen to me again.' If something happens, it's a miracle of God. I literally told my OBGYN on the table while open, 'If I get pregnant again, I will find you!'"

On pregnancy:
"It's horrible. Nothing is beautiful, nothing is magical. Whatever, you're that person that gets that pregnancy, good for you. But I will remind my children every day of their lives what I [went through]. I was like hospitalized both pregnancies. And then I thought, I wanted another little buddy [for River]. I didn't want a kid to just be an odd man out because I felt like that a lot. I wanted her to have somebody her age, like when we're traveling. And so I thought, 'OK, we'll just do it again.' I was like, 'There's no way it can happen again,' but it was worse. Remi's pregnancy was worse than River's."

On whether or not she wants her daughter River to pursue a career in entertainment:
"I don't want her to do this. If she wants to do this, then great. But I'm going to push for a teacher or doctor or anything else...Because I just think she's going to grow up too privileged to not grow a thick enough skin, in all honesty. I had a pretty thick skin with my upbringing. I just don't think she'll handle it well because people are mean."

Brie Bella is Pregnant

E! News reports that Total Bellas star Brie Bella, 32, is expecting her first child with husband, WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan, 35. This will be the first child for the couple, married since 2014. Brie had the following to say to E! News: "It has always been a dream of mine to be a mother. Now that it is finally real, it fills me up with so much happiness. I can't wait to see my husband, Bryan, be a father to our child. I am so excited for this new chapter in our lives."

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Thursday, October 6, 2016

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Blind Gossip Blind Item - Good Bye Cruel Industry

Waa waa waa!

This singer just can’t stop whining and seeking attention. That’s because PV is a Professional Victim… and a hypocrite!

She will jump on you for criticizing her body… but she wants to be able to criticize other celebrity’s bodies as not being “normal.”

She says that she is quitting social media… but is quiet for only 24 hours before coming back with more tweets and posts than ever.

She publicly begs for her boyfriend to propose to her… but after he breaks up with her pretends that it was a mutual decision and that she’s happy he’s dating his old girlfriend.

She’ll call you a liar on Twitter for saying that she has a coke problem… and then several months later will admit that she couldn’t go thirty minutes without doing coke.

She wants you to believe that she’s a role model for strength… when she spends most of her private time whining, crying and ingesting things to dull the horrible curse of being rich and famous.

Now she is pretending that she is dropping out of the entertainment industry. Sob! Goodbye, cruel industry! Goodbye, cruel world! I’m too nice and good and kind for you!

Maybe she should go to rehab. Not “Drug Rehab” or “Alcohol Rehab” mind you. Because – according to her – she’s sober! And strong! Let’s just call it “Emotional Rehab” or “Anxiety Rehab” or “Heartbreak Rehab” or “Fake Disease Rehab.”

Eye roll.


Source: Blind Gossip

Deep Thoughts 10/6/16

What movie has your favorite movie ending?

Jackie Official Trailer - Teaser (2016) - Natalie Portman Movie

The Gossip Life Blind Item - Born Again

This former A/B, now D-list actress who suffered a personal tragedy in the last couple of years has become Born Again. Expect an announcement or a special interview within the year.

As long as she doesn't appear in any of those horrible Christian movies, I'm cool with it.

So, tell me Gossipers:

Who is the D-list actress?

Source: The Gossip Life

Dakota Fanning Talks Life In New York City

Dakota Fanning recently sat down for an interview with Town & Country Magazine. Here's what she had to say:

On living in New York City:
"Everyone in New York is very self-involved. They're focused on themselves. Like, walking down the street, people are just in their own zone. There are times where you do snap. Someone bumps into you one too many times, and you're just like…" 

On working with Charlie Sheen on Spin City when she was 6:
"Charlie Sheen gave me a signed headshot. I think it said, 'Keep it real.' But real was spelled reel, like a film reel. I loved Charlie. He gave all of the kids a headshot. That was a really nice thing to do."

On people's perpetually seeing her as "the perfect child":
"Which is fine. It is. I'm a very private person. I've been thinking lately about how much do I care what other people's preconceived notions of me are. They definitely exist. They always will, to an extent, because I've been acting for 16 years already and I'm 22...I was raised by very traditional Southern parents with Southern manners. You don't air your dirty laundry to people that aren't your family or your friends. Why would I ever want to portray myself as anything other than together?"

Wheel of Freestyle, Vol. 2 with Lin-Manuel Miranda

Former Nikita CoStars are Married

The CW's Nikita may have gone off the air in 2013, but two of its stars just got married! E! News reports that Lyndsy Fonesca 29, and Noah Bean, 38, tied the knot recently at Saltwater Farm in Connecticut. This is the first marriage for Bean; Fonesca was previously married to Matthew Smiley.

Jaime King Talks Beauty Products and Famous Godparents

Jaime King recently sat down for an interview with E! News. Here's what she had to say:

On trends:
"I think that everybody has to find what works for them. I want people to have fun playing with trends, but not do it to 'stay cool.' You're cool because you're you, and I encourage everyone to find their own signature look."

What's your everyday makeup look?
"Well, I immediately put on 100 SPF. Even if you're in the sun for 30 seconds, you're at risk for skin cancer. My mom hammered that into me way before people knew about it, so I'm just very conscious about having my SPF on."

Do you have a signature lip color?
"Mine has always been red. Ever since I was a kid, it's always been red. I also feel like it's a very dramatic, classic, beautiful color. When people think about my classic look, I think they see me with clean skin, lashes and a red lip."

What beauty brand are you loving at the moment?
"I am a thorough researcher of anything organic in regards to beauty products. It's something I think is incredibly essential and, you know, you're always looking for the one that really works. It truly is a new concept in terms of innovation and when I discovered WEI Beauty, the whole idea of farm-to-face was a real game-changer for me. There's just something about the line that's clean and beautiful and nourishing and elegant—from the packaging to what it actually does for your skin.

I have really dry skin, and there are a lot of things on the market you can put on your skin, but they're all going directly into your body, so it feels really good knowing that I'm putting things into my body that are actually really good for me. Also, I've noticed my skin's been glowing since I started using their products."

Do you use any "unorthodox" beauty products?
"Neat Cheeks—they're Stevia-based wipes to clean your kid's face (or whatever) and I started using them because I ran out of makeup wipes. When it comes to taking off my makeup, they've changed my life. I'll use those and then I'll use WEI Beauty's cleansing products on top of it."

Your sons have some pretty amazing (and famous) godparents. Are there particular things you hope they take from each?
"James Knight's godmother is Jessica Alba who has been my friend for over a decade. I choose people not because of who they are, but because of who they are are in their heart of hearts, in their soul. It really has nothing to do with the fact they're Taylor Swift or Jessica Alba. It's a collective way of raising your children that has to do with the fact that you're choosing people who will help spiritually guide them and be there—you want them to feel like they have family that are always there.

You know, Jared Eng, who runs Just Jared, is really another godfather. Topher Grace is James Knight's godfather and Leo Thames' godfather is my husband's brother Colin. But Jared is one of the most important figures in their life. He's over every single day, he puts them down to sleep, he is a consistent figure. I think it's really important (whether it be Taylor, Jess or whomever) that you have consistency in your life.

And they're gathering things from all these beautiful people. You know, when Leo hears Taylor's music he understands she writes those things and she brings those things. They feel the love and the support, and that's the most important thing."

Celebrity Real Estate - Bethenny Frankel Edition

Break out the sage! The Tribeca Loft that Bethenny Frankel shared with ex-husband Jason Hoppy has finally hit the market for $6.95 million. The 3,600 apartment features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a deeded private paring spot in the on-site garage. See pictures of the property at Variety.

Songwriter Rod Temperton Has Passed Away

Songwriter Rod Temperton has passed away at the age of 66 after a battle with cancer. He wrote the iconic Michael Jackson songs Thriller, Rock With You, and Off the Wall. Temperton won an Oscar for the song Miss Celine's Blues from The Color Purple, which he wrote with Quincy Jones. He is survived by his wife Kathy. Read his full obituary at The Hollywood Reporter.

TV Show Roundup 10/6/16

Casting News:
E! News reports that Faith Hill and Tim McGraw will join NBC's The Voice as mentors to this season's finalists.

Julianne Hough will guest star on an upcoming episode of ABC's Speechless, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The Hollywood Reporter announces that Netflix has renewed The Deep for a second season.

Dancing With the Stars Pros Engaged

Page Six reports that on Tuesday night's results show for Dancing With the Stars, pro Sasha Farber, 33, proposed to fellow pro Emma Slater, 27, and she said yes! The couple have been together for five years. Watch the proposal below.

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Scientology Locks Down Ben Foster

Page Six reports that Laura Prepon, 36, and Ben Foster, 35, are engaged after a few months of dating. Praise Xenu! This is the first engagement for Prepon; Foster was previously engaged to Robin Wright.

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Tori Spelling Is Pregnant Again. Yes, Again.

People reports that Tori Spelling, 43, and the Deaner, 49, are expecting their fifth child together. Um, didn't the last pregnancy have so many complications that she was fighting for her life? You would think that one of them would get something snipped after that, but apparently not. Here's what Tori had to say: "It was a total surprise. But we always wanted a big family. I'm really excited." Tori and the Deaner are already parents to Liam, 9, Stella, 8, Hattie, 5, and Finn, 4, not to mention Dean is father to Jack, 18, from his first wife, the one he cheated on. Oh, wait. He cheated on both of them. Good luck seeing any funds from Tori any time soon, American Express!

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Free Skate 10/5/16

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Instagram Pics of the Day 10/5/16

Which one skeeves you out more?

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7 Movie Jokes You Missed If You Only Speak English

Reader's Choice 10/5/16

What's going on in your world today?

Blind Gossip Blind Item - Selfish and Lazy

This married celebrity couple has more than one child together. She carried the children herself.

He wants to have another one soon. She says no. She loves their kids, but she really wants to go work on some projects that she’s had on hold for a while.

He tells her that she is selfish.

She tells him that if he absolutely wants another baby in the next couple of years, they can hire a surrogate, or he can have it himself.

He tells her that she is lazy.

She throws a book at him. She misses… but at least he stops calling her names!



Source: Blind Gossip

Deep Thoughts 10/5/16

What is your favorite YouTube video ever?

The Hollow Point Official Trailer 1 (2016) - Patrick Wilson Movie

The Gossip Life Blind Item - Bratty Actress

This bratty A-list teen actress is planning on quitting Hollywood movie making to focus on independents for a while. She wants credibility and acclaim more than anything. Shame she's just not that good of an actress.

So, tell me, Gossipers:

Who is our A-list actress?

Source: The Gossip Life

Kardashian Korner

Kunty Karl rides again! The Telegraph caught up with Karl Lagerfeld at his show for Paris Fashion Week; here are his words of sympathy for Kim Kardashian:

"I don't understand why she was in a hotel with no security and think like this. If you are that famous and you put all your jewelry on the net, you go to hotels where nobody can come near to the room. You cannot display your wealth and then be surprised that some people want to share it with you."

On what this robbery does for Paris (the city, although the quote is also applicable to Paris Hilton):
"Image-wise, I think it is very bad. We make all the efforts to make Paris appealing."

That may seem harsh, but don't forget - unless you're a hairy white pussy, Karl gives zero fucks about you.

Chrissy Teigen Has Been Opening Rihanna's Mail

Demi Lovato Wants You To Know That She Still Hates Taylor Swift

Demi Lovato is on the cover of November's Glamour Magazine. Here's what she had to say:

GLAMOUR: You call yourself a feminist

DL: I believe in gender equality.

GLAMOUR: And you’ve said before, in regard to Taylor Swift, “Don’t brand yourself a feminist if you don’t do the work.” How do you see yourself doing the work?

DL: Just speaking out. I’m not afraid to talk about the fact that women get paid less than men in the United States and how unfair that is. Talking about it at all is doing the work. And I think every woman does her part in some way. But I think in certain situations, certain people could be doing more if they’re going to claim that as part of their brand. To be honest, and this will probably get me in trouble, I don’t see anybody in any sort of squad that has a normal body. It’s kind of this false image of what people should look like. And what they should be like, and it’s not real.

GLAMOUR: Well, there are many kinds of “normal” bodies. I think what you’re getting at is there’s just one type of body in that squad.

DL: It’s not realistic. And I think that having a song and a video about tearing Katy Perry down, that’s not women’s empowerment. We all do things that aren’t, but I have to ask myself, Am I content with calling myself a feminist? Yes, because I speak out.

GLAMOUR: You’re evolving toward this sexier sound. Why did you want to explore your sexuality in your music?

DL: I had a conversation with Nick [Jonas], who said, “You never write about sex.” And I was like, “What are you talking about? ‘Cool for the Summer.’ ” And he pushed back: “No, but you’ve never embraced that side of your writing.” I really hadn’t. I shied away from it; I have parents that’ll hear my music! But I realized I’m leaving out an element of adulthood. I wrote “Body Say” a few weeks later—that was liberating. I want to write more about it.

GLAMOUR: What has informed your attitude toward sexuality?

DL: Relationships, and being in tune with my body, and knowing what I want—that’s what “Body Say” is about.

DL: I was judgmental of artists who were exploring their sexuality, and I thought, Why are they doing that? They don’t have to. They’ve got a good voice.

GLAMOUR: Like who?

DL: Christina Aguilera, during Dirrty [in 2002]. I thought, Her mom’s gonna hear that—how is she not embarrassed? Now I realize these artists were embracing a part of life I should be OK singing about as well. There’s nothing wrong with a woman being proud of an element of her life that’s talked about in rap music all the time! We don’t have music that talks about sexuality from a female standpoint. You know that rap song “Beat the Pussy Up”? If a girl sang that—

GLAMOUR: “Beat the Dick Up”?

DL: First of all, I would love it. But secondly, it would be such a big deal. We live in an imbalanced society when it comes to encouraging male sexuality and discouraging female sexuality. In 20 years I hope we’ll look back like, Wow, that’s how it used to be.