Oprah Wears Ivy Park For October Cover Of ‘O’ Magazine

Oprah Winfrey, 64, looks fresh-faced and youthful in a new ad for Beyonce’s Ivy Park Line. The media mogul posed for the October cover of O, The Oprah Magazine, in a shiny boxing robe with metallic eyeshadow to match!

The brand teased the cover in a behind-the-scenes shot of the famed talk show host on Instagram on Sept. 5. Captioning the photo: Our #Beyoncé approved October cover is here: #Oprah in @weareivypark,” we can’t stop from acknowledging Oprah’s slay!

 

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According to Hollywood Life, folks are drawing comparisons to when Beyoncé did heavy promo for the brand in a similar-looking hoodie.

Shot by celebrity photographer Ruven Afanador, Winfrey’s photo shoot was not only a throwback to her youth, but to Beyoncé’s promotional video for the Ivy Park SS17 Campaign on Feb. 1, 2017. While Oprah opted for more glam — Beyoncé kept it au naturale.

So we gotta ask… Who Wore It Better?

According to the website, Ivy Park is an activewear brand co-founded by Beyoncé, made for women who want to look and feel at the top of their game.

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Teresa Giudice claims Chief Keef plastered the inside of her mansion on the cover of his mixtape without getting permission … so she’s gunning to sue. James Leonard Jr. — an attorney for the ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star — tells…

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Breastfeeding Mom Has Hilarious Response When Told To Cover Up

A mother was breastfeeding her baby in public when a stranger asked her to cover up.

Instead of placing a cloth over her 4-month-old baby, Melanie Dudley tossed it over her own face.

Facebook user Carol Lockwood shared a photo of Dudley nursing her baby in a hotel bistro with a blanket covering her head.

“A friend’s daughter-in-law was told to ‘cover up’ while feeding her baby, so she did!” stated the post. “I’ve never met her, but I think she’s AWESOME!!! (Please share! With permission, I’ve made this post public — I’m SO over people shaming women for nursing!!!”

Lockwood wrote, “PS: To reduce speculation: it was a man who asked her to cover up, it was 90 degrees and extremely humid, and, no, she wasn’t in a Muslim country disrespecting traditions.”

“Nothing wrong with breastfeeding, but I feel they should cover themselves, not their heads, but the exposed area,” write one social media user.

Another added: “You should be able to feed babies when they are hungry and not feel bad. It’s a natural thing to do.”

“Most women do use a cover but if they choose not to, then the people who are offended should look away and not stare. Even children don’t stare as much as some adults do,” said another commenter.

Dudley, 34, a stay-at-home mother from Austin, Texas tells Yahoo Lifestyle that the move was spontaneous.

“I was on vacation in Cabo San Lucas with my entire family and a man asked me to cover myself,” she says. “I’m usually discreet, but we were seated in the back of the restaurant.”

In response, Dudley asked her husband to hand her a cover, then threw it over her face right before he snapped a photo.

In 2017, Nicolle Blackman served up a similar response when a female stranger asked her to cover up in a Washington state McDonald’s.

 

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Ariana Grande took time out of our August cover shoot to try her hand at Song Association. The rules of the game are simple: we give Ariana a word, and she has ten seconds to sing that word in a song. Play along and see her cover Justin Bieber, Whitney Houston, *NSYNC, and more — plus, she gives us a sneak peek of a new track, “R.E.M,” from her upcoming album Sweetener.

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Cindy Crawford Looks Stiff and Uncomfortable on Tatler’s September Cover

Does the magazine industry secretly have it in for Cindy Crawford? It’s sure starting to look that way given the fact that over the past four months, both Town & Country and Vogue Turkey have failed to do the modeling legend justice. We know the industry is currently trying to make Kaia Gerber happen, but they sure are giving her mom a hard time. Now it’s Tatler that manages to botch up its shoot with the original 90s supermodel, as she fronts the September 2018 issue looking stiff and uncomfortable in the cover photographed by Yu Tsai and styled by Sophie Goodwin.

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Our forum members made their feelings clear immediately. “Still mad about their art direction, but the styling is too much for her. It looks like your typical high-fashion moneyed equestrian, but you’d never think this woman was once one of fashion’s most in-demand models,” said Benn98 the moment the cover struck.

“When I see her name in a magazine thread, my heart still skips a beat, because I remember back when I was crazy about her. This isn’t bad by modern-day Cindy standards – but I’m glad I subscribe, because I might not be convinced by this particular cover shot to spend £4+ on it at the newsstand,” noted tigerrouge.

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“Better than her Vogue Turkey cover, but that’s not saying a lot. She just looks uncomfortable in that get-up,” 333101 said.

MON felt the same way. “Reminds me of her Vogue Turkey cover. Nothing special,” he remarked.

“Supermodel Cindy Crawford is still not shining through but it’s not the worst cover she’s ever done,” admitted forum member mepps.

“I love and I admire Cindy, she is one of the very best best best stars of the modeling industry in history. However all her covers when she returned to modeling after having her kids are very underwhelming. She used to be SO freaking good, the poses, the hair, the power in the eyes. Now it’s so safe, boring and she always looks uncomfortable,” slammed Bertrando3.

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Beyoncé’s Vogue Cover Is Fabulous. And It’s an Insult to Journalism.

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There is, rightly, much celebration and online praise about Beyoncé’s cover of, and words within, Vogue.

In the much-hallowed September issue of the magazine, the superstar speaks, in moving, inspirational extended captions, about race, racism, body positivity, motherhood, her legacy, and raising her children to be open-minded and open-hearted (“They can explore any religion, fall in love with any race, and love who they want to love”).

She talks about her past (“I researched my ancestry recently and learned that I come from a slave owner who fell in love with and married a slave”).

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Travis Scott’s Gold Head In ‘Astroworld’ Album Cover Compared To Squidward’s Home In ‘SpongeBob’

Travis Scott’s huge golden head featured in ‘Astroworld’s cover looks hilariously similar to Squidward’s house in ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’. See the meme here!

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Lily James Lands the August Allure Cover

I continue to not really get the Allure re-boot; I miss the way it used to just focus on the cover subject’s face. I’m sure they felt like they had to re-vamp it to boost sales, and goodness knows I sympathize, but this sort of feels like the cover of a late-season Sassy that someone wandered away…
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Oprah Stuns On The Cover Of British Vogue

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Oprah Winfrey  embodies the soul of an empress in the Edward Enninful styled August cover of British Vogue.

Mama O dons a taffeta gown by Stella McCartney and luxurious jewels by Buccellati in the photographs shot by the legendary Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. And if the cover doesn’t blow you away, the inside images are even more stunning.

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Oprah opens up about the her compelling Oscars acceptance speech that gave birth to the aspiration Oprah 2020 run. “In that political structure – all the non-truths, the bullshit, the crap, the nastiness, the backhanded backroom stuff that goes on – I feel like I could not exist,” Winfrey says. “I would not be able to do it. It’s not a clean business. It would kill me.”

And if you think Mama O isn’t just like you, she looks to Google to solve her biggest questions as well. Even Oprah questioned if she could wear white to wedding. While she was going to the royal weeding, the answer was still the same.

‘I Googled, ‘Can you wear white to a wedding? Answer: ‘No, don’t risk it.” Oprah’s pink Stella McCartney dress made headlines, but her biggest takeaway from the massive event was the power of love.

“It left me feeling that anything is possible through the power of love. Reverend Curry was right!”

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The internet is divided over this Self magazine cover

Here’s one magazine cover for which no retouching was required — and it is all the better as a result. Self magazine’s first digital cover is fronted by Tess Holliday, a model, author and fat positivity activist. (The mag recently switched from print to digital-only.) Holliday, who proudly weighs in at 280 pounds, poses revealingly on…
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A seventh grader in Maryland had to use duct tape to cover her legs after wearing ripped jeans to school – and her mother is not happy about it. Nicole Williams said she received a text message from her daughter, a student at Benjamin Stoddert Middle School in Waldorf, complaining that the duct tape was…
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Inside Pusha T’s Controversial ‘Daytona’: Kanye, Drake, and That Gross Whitney Houston Cover

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“They tweet about the length I made ‘em wait—the fuck you expect? When a nigga got a cape and he great.” — Pusha T, “The Games We Play”

Pusha T’s third album arrived like so many of the best contemporary music releases: with almost no fanfare or traditional promo. The former Clipse rhymer hosted a listening party in NYC earlier in the week, and Daytona touched down late Thursday night/early Friday morning. Within hours the fans had spoken, and Pusha’s latest set had the web abuzz. For good reason—the concise 7-track album is the most focused, streamlined release of Pusha’s solo career. The coke tales that made him famous won’t ever go away, but they’re a framework on which Pusha T hangs his ruminations on loss, contradictions and paranoia.

Kanye West’s involvement in the album has been a major point of attention since West made his controversial return to Twitter. He shared album release dates for projects by Pusha T, Nas and Teyana Taylor, and it was confirmed that West was handling all of the production. Fans had been anticipating the release of King Push ever since 2015’s King Push: Darkest Before Dawn but there was no real indicator whether this would be a reimagining of that project or an entirely new album. Pusha T would explain that he changed the title once the themes of the album came into focus, and as he explained via Twitter, Daytona “represents the fact that I have the luxury of time. That luxury only comes when u have a skill set that your confident in.”

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Michael B. Jordan’s Essence Cover Has The Internet Going Crazy

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We just want to stop and take this time to thank the Father, the son and the holy ghost for bestowing Michael Blessing Jordan upon us. The blood of a lamb shall pour tonight. We were scrolling Twitter yesterday, minding our business when boom! Essence dropped their June cover with none other than Wakanda’s finest villain kill my vagina, Killmonger.

The Fahrenheit 451 star graces the cover clad in a fine red fireman adjacent track suit, showing of his heavenly sculpted abs and chiseled waistline. Someone turn on the fire hydrant, we’re getting parched just thinking about it.

The mere sight of MBJ’s pecs on the glossy set the net ablaze, quickly signaling a 5- alarm fire (there’s so many good fire references here, it’s too good to be true).

It wasn’t long before women were waving their white towels out their window in hopes of being rescued. And then it happened, we all got pregnant.

 

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Cover Band: discover fresh artwork on National Record Store Day 2018

As vinyl sales return to levels not seen since the Nineties, fresh cover art by artists such as rock music photographer Michael Spencer Jones is also drawing attention. It’s time to celebrate exclusive music-art collaborations once more…

What album artwork is the most iconic? Which musician or band produced the most memorable cover art? From The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band to FKA Twigs’ LP1, via Nirvana’s Nevermind, the eponymous The Velvet Underground & Nico and Oasis’ Definitely Maybe, some album art reaches beyond the discs it covers to become an entity all of its own. The imagery produced by the likes of Sir Peter Blake and Jann Haworth, Jess Kanda, Kirk Weddle, Andy Warhol and Michael Spencer Jones, is as much a part of the experience as the music – it moved into our collective consciousness and onto the walls of our homes.


But, as music consumption went digital, for many of us cover art took a step back; because physical CDs, cassettes (remember those?) and vinyl (old-school) weren’t so prominent, to an extent the art used to sell them was relegated to posters and paste-ups.

Vinyl has, however, made a major – and unexpected – comeback in the past few years, with physical sales defying critics to continue to rise a further 26.7 per cent in the past year alone. And with a demand for physical records comes… shiny new and creative vinyl sleeves!

At one point, a commission to create a record sleeve for a prominent or emerging band was seen as a major career goal and achievement. As well as crossing industries to collaborate with artists working in another field, it promised high visibility for a visual artist or photographer’s work. Our own family of artrepublic artists are no strangers to this: Dan Hillier produced the sleeve for Royal Blood’s’ Falls; Storm Thorgerson worked with the likes of Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin; Terry Pastor’s art adorned album covers for David Bowie and The Beach Boys, and that’s just for starters. Today, if the popularity of the annual Secret 7” cover art competition is anything to go by, the enthusiasm for working on sleeve art remains strong.

With all that in mind, what better way to shout about (and enjoy) the recent record store revival than with a whole day dedicated to the places we discover new music and unearth old gems? National Record Store Day does just that. On 21 April, more than 200 independent record stores in the UK join together to celebrate their culture, with exclusive vinyl releases as well as live performances and one-off events.

This year we are getting behind it with a launch of our own – Michael Spencer Jones’ new print release, ‘Be Here Now Night’, which you can see in artrepublic’s Brighton gallery. A fixture in the ‘Madchester’ music scene of the 1990s, Spencer Jones is the photographer behind some of Oasis’ most recognisable album art – Definitely Maybe, What’s The Story – as well as The Verve’s Urban Hymns.

This latest print is a nighttime shot of the famed 1997 album Be Here Now, with artwork that shows Oasis (plus glowing red Vespa) in various stances around a swimming pool. With subtle differences from the daytime shot, you can hang the two images side-by-side at home and play spot the difference!

Spencer Jones’ night prints are available on a white or black background – the latter is from a specially released anniversary version, from a super-limited edition of 25. Both limited editions are signed by the photographer.

Be Here Now Night is released on National Record Store Day. Find out more about these prints, and our other musically inspired visual artists, by having a chat with one of our gallery art advisors, or by browsing the artrepublic music category.

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6 Common Cover Letter Mistakes

When companies put out a new job position, they can receive hundreds (sometimes thousands) of resumes. This means that a hiring manager needs to find a way to filter out weaker candidates and trim down the stack of applications.

In many instances, employers reviewing applications will ignore cover letters altogether (especially for positions that don’t require a high level of written or verbal skills), but as an applicant, you have no way of knowing how much the person reviewing your application will care about your Cover Letter.

Unless the job you’re applying for indicates that no Cover Letter is required, it’s best to have your bases covered and submit one—it might be the thing that bumps you ahead of other equally qualified applicants for an interview.

To give you an advantage over other applicants, we’ll discuss the six most common mistakes people make in cover letters that can cause employers to disqualify candidates.

1. Typos and Other Errors in Your Application

Typos and other grammatical errors may not seem like much of a problem, but they continue to be one of the top Resume and Cover Letter mistakes employers use to disqualify candidates and cut down the stack of resumes they’re reviewing.

The easiest way to avoid grammatical errors is to have someone else look over your work after your own self-editing efforts.

You should also double-check:

  • That your contact information is correct (e.g. you included your preferred email address and spelled it correctly and you didn’t make any mistakes in your phone number)
  • You’re addressing the proper person in the right department and company (when people are sending out multiple applications, it can be quite simple to mix up which company you’re contacting)
  • You have the correct version of your Resume and Cover Letter sent to the proper job posting (many people accidentally send an application tailored to a specific position to the wrong posting)

2. Focusing Too Much on Yourself in Your Cover Letter

When an employer puts out a call for resumes, what’s really happening is they have a problem that needs solving. The problem, in this case, is that there’s a hole in their ranks that they need filled to keep the company running smoothly.

The point of a Cover Letter is to demonstrate to an employer how you are the answer to that problem. It can be tempting to spend the whole time talking about how great you are as a worker, multi-tasker, and team player, but you need to make sure you’re always relating back to the company. What can you do for them? How does your previous experience speak to your ability to deliver on the promise to solve all of their problems? These are the things you need to focus on.

3. Discussing Your Entire Work History

Odds are you’ve had dozens of jobs—probably since you were a teenager—but that doesn’t mean all of that work experience is necessary in your Cover Letter. Sure, it’s great that you got a steady job flipping burgers at McDonald’s when you were 14, but it’s probably not terribly relevant when you’re applying to be a Financial Analyst at AT&T.

Discuss your related training and be sure to illustrate how those experiences show you can tackle any challenges you may face in this new position.

4. Discussing Too Little Work History

Although disclosing too much job history is problematic because it can dilute your relevant work experience, the opposite (i.e. not discussing enough of your work history) can also be an issue.

Many people make the mistake of simply repeating their Resume in their Cover Letter, but that doesn’t provide the hiring manager with any other details about your skills—they’ve already looked over your Resume, they don’t need to see it twice. An employer will want to see your accomplishments from previous jobs and they’ll want to know how they relate to the position you’re applying for now.

5. Clichés in Your Cover Letter

As we’ve already mentioned, someone sifting through applications is probably glazing over hundreds of resumes and cover letters. The last thing you want to do is sound like everyone else. Everyone believes they are “the perfect candidate for this position” because they are a “team player” with “exceptional customer service skills” who “takes pride in their work.”

Although it’s important to use some of these buzzwords (especially if an employer is using an electronic system to sort resumes), you need to make sure you don’t just blend into the herd.

If you really want to make your Cover Letter stand out, be sure to include some concrete examples of your accomplishments (i.e. facts and figures). Something like “In my last position, I was an expert salesman” is fine, but “I had the top sales average on my team, which amounted to $ 10,000 per month in revenue for the company” is better.

6. Being the Company’s “Super Fan”

Applying for jobs can be a stressful experience—especially in turbulent economic climates—and it often results in people applying for and accepting positions they don’t want at companies they don’t know, want to work for, or care about.

A common tactic people use in situations like this is pretending to be the company’s biggest fan, so their cover letter reads more like fan mail than a professional summary of skills. The end product comes off as very disingenuous.

Put yourself in the hiring person’s shoes. If you read that type of Cover Letter, would you fall for the ploy? What would you rather read about? It’s likely that writing about what you can do for the company (how your experience and expertise can solve their problems) will resonate better than random praise.

You can tailor your letter so it aligns with the company’s values and culture to show you’ve done your research, but you don’t need to pump up their ego.

Crafting the Strongest Cover Letter

Although cover letters don’t carry the weight they used to in the hiring process, you don’t want to waste anyone’s time by submitting a poor one. You need to give yourself any advantage you can in a competitive job market, and you only have about half a page to prove to a hiring manager that you’re worth pursuing as a contender for the open job position. By avoiding these six common mistakes, you can get ahead of the competition.

Be clear about your skills, provide concrete examples, and convince the reader that you are the answer to their problem.

What do you do to ensure your Cover Letter stands out? Let us know in the comments!

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YouTube Star Patricia Bright Shines On The Newest Cover Of Glamour UK

Long gone are the days when only one size, shade, and celebrity status was featured on the front of a magazine. And while we still have a long way to go in the discussion and fight for inclusivity, platforms like blogging, creative spaces, and even Youtube have allowed for people to be seen and heard.

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For Glamour UK’s latest cover, Patricia Bright graces the cover in her full, melanin glory! Bright is a London-based, Nigerian Youtuber who currently boasts over 1 million followers and counting. She’s not, however, an average Youtuber or someone you may “expect” is pretty much a celebrity. Bright is literally that…bright! Her funny humor and silly nature make her relatable to countless people.

She’s organic with content and constantly shares the reality of being a mother, an influencer, a wife, and an entrepreneur. If anything, every single one of Patricia’s viewers (myself included), feel like part of her family. So Bright’s transcendence into the milli club was not only a big deal for women, but for brown women who oftentimes don’t see themselves tapping into those spheres of influence.

We often see the same aesthetic pushed for Black women, and while we celebrate them all, it’s imperative that the Jackie Ainas and the Patricia Bright’s of the world are included.

For the famed publication, Bright opened up on a variety of things in regards to her life that we can all take away from. And yes, she did not shy away from discussing the fact that she still is learning to grow confidence in herself and on the importance of representation.

On being comfortable with who she is:

“My reality might be a bit more squidgy, but I’m still comfortable with who I am and not being perfect. And if I want to change things, that’s great, too. Real beauty comes from who you are on the inside and as I’ve grown into myself, I’ve realized that beauty genuinely is in the eye of the beholder. There will be people who find you beautiful regardless of society’s beauty standards, so find that group. Find the people who love you.”

On the representation she looked for growing up:

“When I was growing up, there weren’t many Black celebrities in the UK. So, I looked to American women like Oprah and Tyra Banks. I didn’t know much about Naomi Campbell, but now I appreciate how great she is. I’ve seen her at events and she has this amazing grace. When she walks into the room, everyone looks up.”

Not to mention her amazing video where she dishes on 10 things you may not know about her:

We’re so excited to see someone who has worked so hard to get a cover! What an amazing node to #BlackGirlMagic but also the power of doing the work and watching the seeds grow.  Check out the full interview over on Glamour UK.

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Broadway fave and former Elphaba, Shoshana Bean, has just dropped her cover of the Oscar-nominated anthem, This Is Me, from the musical The Greatest Showman. All proceeds of the song will go to benefit the LA LGBT Center. You can find the song on Spotify and other music streaming platforms.
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Oprah Winfrey Is ‘Loved’ On The March Cover Of InStyle Magazine

It looks like 2018 is off to a fiery start! TV Mogul Oprah Winfrey is gracing the cover of InStyle magazine’s March issue and we can’t stop looking at it.

With her Golden Globes speech still lighting up social media, Oprah seems to be breaking the mold with her latest magazine cover, showing a push for diversity. She’s sporting a black Gucci jacket with red and blue flower design and the word “LOVED” stitched across her back.

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Chatting with the magazine about her mind-blowing speech and thoughts about a Presidential run, she confirms her stance to the disappointment of many, who thought they would see her in the 2020 campaign. “I’ve always felt very secure and confident with myself in knowing what I could do and what I could not. And so it’s not something that interests me [running for President]. I don’t have the DNA for it,”

At least she’s being honest! In the meantime, we’ll continue to appreciate her for her classy appeal and definitive style.

Check out this behind the scenes peek at the stylish jacket and more below!

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Tom Petty meant a lot to the Shelters, and since Petty's death, the members of the young L.A. rock band haven't been shy about letting people know. "He really was our best friend and our guide through life," frontman Chase Simpson

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Watch Paul McCartney Join Steven Van Zandt for Raucous Beatles Cover

Paul McCartney joined Steven Van Zandt and the Disciples of Soul for a raucous rendition of the Beatles' "I Saw Her Standing There"

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Watch John Legend Cover Stevie Wonder’s ‘Signed, Sealed, Delivered’

John Legend performs a stripped-down, solo piano version of Stevie Wonder's 1970 Motown hit "Signed, Sealed Delivered I'm Yours" in an artful live clip produced in connection with L.A. charity

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Watch Bob Dylan Cover Tom Petty’s ‘Learning to Fly’ at Colorado Concert

Bob Dylan paid tribute to his late friend and Traveling Wilburys bandmate Tom Petty with a cover of "Learning to Fly" during the encore of Dylan's Saturday night concert in Broomfield, Colorado.

The performance, a surprise

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See Zac Brown Band’s Intimate John Prine Cover on ‘Austin City Limits’

Premiering October 21st on PBS, Zac Brown Band's Austin City Limits performance will help wrap a busy year for the group, whose touring cycle in support of their newest album, Welcome Home, comes to an end October 28th.

The hour-long ACL performance includes the band's familiar mix of originals and covers, including a harmony-drenched version of John Prine's

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#TBT: When Taylor Swift Shared a Cover With Hilary Duff and Lauren Conrad

Where were you on October 13, 2008? Well, that was the day Us Weekly‘s Style Issue came out on newsstands, featuring a trio of It girls: Taylor Swift, Hilary Duff, and Lauren Conrad. At the time, Swift was just 18 years old, Duff was 20, and Conrad was the oldest at 22. If they seem like an unlikely group, you’re definitely on to something: We couldn’t find any photos of the trio together post-2008, making this throwback cover all the more iconic.

The images show just how much their style has evolved since then: Swift was still in her cowboy-boots-and-curly-hair phase, Conrad wore a bubble-hem minidress, and Duff wore a long tank top with skinny leather pants. Although their outfits are more mature these days—Conrad and Duff are moms now after all—we couldn’t resist looking back at their cute style from nine years ago.

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Hear Feist’s Heartfelt Cover of Gord Downie’s ‘The Stranger’

Feist has unveiled a touching cover of Gord Downie's "The Stranger," in tribute to the Tragically Hip frontman, who died on Tuesday of terminal brain cancer at the age of 53.

"I send out this song

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‘The Voice’: See Team Adam Hopefuls Cover Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks

The Voice's Battle Rounds kicked off last night with a diverse set of songs ranging from Ariana Grande to Bob Dylan, but Adam Levine's team members Adam Pearce and Whitney Fenimore inadvertently landed the most timely tribute of the evening with Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks' "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around."

The pair recorded their performance just weeks before Petty's

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See Johnny Depp, Strokes’ Euphoric Cover of Tom Petty’s ‘American Girl’

In 2012, Johnny Depp joined Strokes guitarist Nick Valensi and drummer Fabrizio Moretti for a special performance of Tom Petty's "American Girl" at the annual

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Hear Caroline Spence’s Tranquil Cover of Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Secret Garden’

While on tour with John Moreland and Tyler Childers earlier in 2017, singer-songwriter Caroline Spence took to playing solo acoustic versions of songs from her second album Spades and Roses. Realizing the potency of her simplified songs, Spence decided to rework four of them for her new Secret Garden EP – plus the title track, a cover of Bruce Springsteen's 1995 single –

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Margot Robbie Shows Off Her Effortless Beauty on W Magazine’s November Cover

Serious question: who doesn’t love seeing Margot Robbie on magazine covers? Rarely does the actress ever disappoint, having photographed beautifully for the likes of Vogue, Vanity Fair and Marie Claire. Margot currently appears on W Magazine‘s November 2017 issue, captured by Craig McDean and styled by Melanie Ward. The Aussie beauty oozes effortless charm throughout W‘s entire cover story, shot in the back of a vintage car and wearing a brown suede Calvin Klein shirt in the gorgeous cover image.

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Most of our forum members approved of the cover. “Oh wow, this actually looks promising! Love the change. Their studio covers got a bit stale and stifled. I’m keen to see more and perhaps even get this issue (haven’t bought W in ages),” voiced Benn98.

“Love it. She’s so beautiful that it’s ridiculous,” admired SallyAlbright.

“Perfect cover for me, nonchalant, chic and it displays Margot’s beauty in the best way possible,” commented YohjiAddict.

Nepenthes couldn’t have agreed more. “In love with this cover!” she praised, with forum member Handbag Queen echoing the same sentiments.

“Finally, a decent November cover,” jal718 applauded.

But the cover wasn’t appealing to everyone’s taste. “Man, yet again their cover is a total nonevent! And again, not even a good shot of such a beautiful woman!” Miss Dalloway complained.

“I used to be a big Melanie Ward fan but her work has not impressed me in a long time. Maybe it’s because she’s a freelancer now so It’s like she just styles clothes instead of constructing stories,” noted A.D.C.

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See Jason Aldean Address Las Vegas Shooting, Cover Tom Petty on ‘SNL’

Jason Aldean was an unannounced special guest on Saturday Night Live, delivering a moving speech about the Las Vegas mass shooting before performing Tom Petty's "I Won't Back Down" during the sketch show's cold open. Aldean was onstage at the Route 91 Harvest festival when a gunman opened fire on the crowd, killing 58 and wounding more than 500.

"This week we witnessed one of the

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See Kip Moore’s Heartfelt Cover of Tom Petty’s ‘Learning to Fly’

It's hard to hear Kip Moore's emotional songs telling tales from the American heartland and not immediately think of Tom Petty. And indeed, Petty is one of Moore's treasured influences, listed himself as up there with some of country's greatest icons. "I've never been driven by having number one songs," Moore told Rolling Stone Country this summer. "I look to Petty, Merle

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Watch Stevie Wonder Take Knee, Cover Daft Punk With Pharrell at Global Citizen

Stevie Wonder opened his Global Citizen fest performance Saturday by "taking both knees" in solidarity with athletes' protests in the aftermath of Donald Trump's most recent remarks.

"Tonight, I'm taking a knee for America," Wonder said as he took the stage. "But not just one knee, I'm taking both

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See Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt Cover Stevie Ray Vaughan at Texas Strong Benefit

Willie Nelson, Paul Simon, James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt and more took the stage Friday night at Austin's Erwin Center for the Texas Strong: Harvey Can’t Mess with Texas benefit concert, hosted by Matthew McConaughey.

Highlights from the fundraiser were streamed

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Watch Foo Fighters Cover AC/DC With Hives Singer in Sweden

Foo Fighters played a secret gig in Stockholm, Sweden on the eve of the release of their new LP Concrete and Gold, and to close out the concert, Dave Grohl and company brought out

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Watch the Killers’ Rousing Cover of David Bowie’s ‘Fame’

The Killers visited BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge Wednesday to perform their Wonderful Wonderful single "The Man," with a twist: Brandon Flowers and company segued immediately

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See Jason Aldean Honor Troy Gentry With Montgomery Gentry Cover

The country world is still reeling from the shocking loss of Montgomery Gentry's Troy Gentry, who died September 8th in a helicopter crash in New Jersey. Singer Jason Aldean found a way to pay his respects the following night at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey, covering

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Gwyneth Paltrow Poses Topless and Covered in Goop for Goop Magazine’s Debut Cover

Gwyneth Paltrow poses nearly nude and covered in mud on the cover of "Goop" magazine.

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In late April, Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow and her pal Anna Wintour announced that Goop, the lifestyle site famous for doling out dubious health advice and compiling highly aspirational gift guides, would soon be a collectible quarterly mag. Today, we got our first look at the glossy’s hefty (it’s 96 pages) inaugural issue, due out September 19. To the surprise of no one, Gwyneth Paltrow appears on the cover.

The Terry Tsolis-lensed shot shows the wellness guru doing what she does best — indulging in a slightly off-putting health treatment and trolling Goop haters. Paltrow is pictured covered head-to-toe in (purifying?) mud, topless, wearing nothing but a pair of briefs. The cover line reads “Earth to Gwyneth” in a psychedelic font. It might as well say, “I’m in on the joke, guys.”

Inside you’ll find several pages of advertisements (from Gucci Eyewear, Neiman Marcus Beauty, NBC, BMW, Roberto Coin and Frédérique Constant) along with an eight-page cover story in which Paltrow reflects on her wellness obsession and some of her more controversial “cleansing” experiences (getting stung by live bees on purpose, etc.).

Still, the Iron Man actress manages to remain (kind of) relatable. She admits she’s no stranger to failure. She professes her love of beer, the common man’s drink: “I remember standing in a hippie health-food store in Greenwich Village and I saw a little paperback book describing a ‘master cleanse,’ and I was like, What’s that? I remember the next day [after I finished the cleanse] I was like, Oh, wow, I just did this cleanse, and I feel so much better. I can have a beer and a cigarette now, right?” Celebrities, they’re just like us.

Also included in the $ 14.99 Condé co-produced issue (Paltrow’s medium may have changed, but her demographic remains the same) are “a makeup bag detox,” “deep-dives into crystals and mud masks, reiki and bee-venom treatments,” instructions for an at-home Tracy Anderson workout, a fall fashion guide and tips for better orgasms. Worth the splurge, we’d say.

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Danielle Bregoli Tells Taylor Swift To ‘Suck My D***’ On Fake ‘Reputation’ Album Cover

What the heck is going on here? ‘Cash Me Outside’ girl Danielle Bregoli seems to have some sort of beef with Taylor Swift, as she posted her own ‘Reputation’ album cover on Instagram and told Tay to ‘suck my d***.’


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See Chris Stapleton’s Dazzling Cover of Glen Campbell’s ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’

Tributes continue to pour in for Country Music Hall of Famer Glen Campbell since his death on August 8th, and now Grammy winner Chris Stapleton can be added to the list of artists to play one of the Arkansas great's songs in concert. Last Thursday, Stapleton included a cover of Campbell's 1975 crossover hit

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Watch Miranda Lambert, Wade Bowen Cover George Strait Classic

There aren't too many names that can get a bigger reaction out of Texas country fans than Miranda Lambert's, but one of them is George Strait. On Saturday, August 5th at Whitewater Amphitheater in New Braunfels, Texas, the reaction was deafening when opener Wade Bowen joined Lambert onstage and announced that they would be performing the King of Country's "A Fire I Can't Put Out."

"We're

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Draya Michele Is Cassius’ August Cover Story

Draya Michele is the August cover subject for the good folks at Cassius

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Here’s a quick (former) reality (star) check. CASSIUS tapped the entrepreneur/actress/designer/MILF to grace our August cover for more than just her beautiful face and banging body. People, Draya is out here winning—literally—and what she shared with Xilla Valentine in a CASSIUS exclusive interview reveals much more than any IG picture could ever show.

For starters, as is usually the case when you spend actual quality time with a gorgeous woman (who happens to be an ex-stripper), you’ll likely discover that the one-dimensional sex goddess you made her out to be in your mind isn’t real, but that the actual person who is, is infinitely more fascinating.

Be sure to get the full Cassius interview experience HERE. Also, behind the scene’s Draya photos from their Cover Shoot.

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Watch Ben Haggard Cover Father Merle Haggard’s ‘Way Back in the Mountains’

Merle Haggard's death in 2016 was a huge loss to country music, but the author of the Bakersfield Sound appears to have passed the torch to his son, Ben Haggard. On July 30th, Ben Haggard released video of his solo acoustic version of Merle's "Way Back in the Mountains."

Appearing on Merle's album 1994, "Way Back in the Mountains" tells the story of a man overburdened by poverty

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Watch Killers Cover Smashing Pumpkins, Muse at Lollapalooza

The Killers added a pair of surprise covers to their Lollapalooza set as the band performed both the Smashing Pumpkins' "Disarm" and Muse's

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Going back to Motörhead's debut single, a revved-up cover of the Holland-Dozier-Holland classic "Leaving Here," Lemmy Kilmister & Co. enjoyed flexing their rock & roll side on other artists' songs. A new compilation, Under Cöver, collects

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See Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town Cover Dixie Chicks’ ‘Goodbye Earl’

Little Big Town returned to the Ryman Auditorium this weekend, continuing the band's year-long, semi-monthly residency at the historic Nashville venue with a pair of hometown shows. This time, they weren't alone, kicking off Saturday night gig with a familiar face – Charlie Worsham, who remained onstage as the band's guitarist – and welcoming Miranda Lambert to the stage for a pair of

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See Keith Urban, Frankie Ballard Swap Licks on Georgia Satellites Cover

Put Keith Urban and Frankie Ballard together onstage and what do you get? How about a five-minute guitar jam on a classic Georgia Satellites song. On Saturday night that's just what fans got when Ballard joined Urban during his headlining set at the Great Jones County Fair in Monticello, Iowa, as captured by a video posted by Urban on YouTube today.

Ballard had played the opening set for

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George Thorogood single-handedly put Delaware on the map for blues rock, and even an abridged summary of his 40-year career is impressive. Sixteen studio albums, numerous live records and compilations and the classic rock standard "Bad to the Bone" are just a sampling. But on August 4th, Thorogood, at a spry 67 years old, will show he's learned a new trick by releasing his first-ever solo

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Ashley Graham Talks Breaking Barriers With British Vogue Cover and Continuing “Mission of Beauty Beyond Size”

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Michelle Obama Breaks Hearts With Final Vogue Cover As First Lady

It ain’t over ‘til it’s over.

To call Michelle Obama’s first lady farewell tour a roller coaster of emotions would be an understatement. There were the love letters in T Magazine, the relentless, passionate campaigning for Hillary Clinton and the rose gold chainmail Versace gown seen ‘round the world, to name a few.

Now, during a week when we could all use a bit of a pick-me-up, FLOTUS is back to kick us right in the feels all over again.

Looking ethereal in a white Carolina Herrera gown, she is, as usual, the epitome of elegance and grace. Aptly calling her America’s “Mother-in-Chief,” the story followed Obama in the months leading up to Election Day. 

Of course now, the story, cover and Obama’s words, which went to print before the election, hold a completely new meaning post-election. Consider the way she describes her role as first lady ― a position that Vogue calls “surprisingly malleable, shaped by the personality, style and interests (or lack thereof) of the person occupying it.”

“I could have spent eight years doing anything, and at some level, it would have been fine,” Obama said. “I could have focused on flowers. I could have focused on decor. I could have focused on entertainment. Because any first lady, rightfully, gets to define her role. There’s no legislative authority; you’re not elected. And that’s a wonderful gift of freedom.”

It is what she did do ― advocate for education, promote healthy lifestyles and become a darling of the fashion industry ― that in part will make saying goodbye so hard to do. We don’t know for sure what kind of first lady her successor will be. All we know is what Michelle has meant to so many people over the past eight years, perfectly summed up to Vogue by President Obama himself.

“Who you see is who she is,” the president said. “The brilliant, funny, generous woman who, for whatever reason, agreed to marry me. I think people gravitate to her because they see themselves in her—a dedicated mom, a good friend, and someone who’s not afraid to poke a little fun at herself from time to time.”

We know it’s better to smile because it happened than cry because it’s over, but we’re going to need a few days to recover from this one.

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