We didn't think Corbin Bleu could get any better, but it's official. He's AH-Mazing!
You already know about his crazy dancing talents that have helped him in High School Musical and on Dancing With the Stars, but did you know he's now working hard to put an end to bullying?
Corbin sat down EXCLUSIVELY with PerezHilton.com to talk about his new movie project, The Day I Died, which he hopes will help to open some eyes and hearts to the tragedy that is bullying. And from what he has revealed, it's going to be incredibly moving and powerful.
But that's not the only scoop we have for you, Perezcious readers! The fast-footed fox also opened up about being a former Disney star revealing more skin on DWTS than we're used to seeing from him. It might seem like no biggie after seeing Miley Cyrus' transition, but it was totes a big decision!
Ch-ch-check out Corbin's chat (above) to get all the goods!
P.S. CLICK HERE to check out Corbin's Indiegogo page to help him get his project on its feet!
P.P.S. CLICK HERE to see our EXCLUSIVE interview with Corbin about DWTS!
But this time, there's a lot more to this than just the photo.
In the text describing the issue -- which marks the first time since 2011 that all six of these ladies have been snapped together for a magazine cover -- the writers refer to the brood as "America's First Family."
Using that language to describe the 16-page spread for a bunch of reality TV stars is giving plenty of readers, or should we say, now-former readers, the impression that the mag is undermining the actual First Family, the Obamas.
So, after this picture was posted, Twitter users became enraged.
However, we're wondering if sparking controversy was part of the publicity for the issue, because Cosmo's Editor-In-Chief, Joanna Coles, seems to be pretty open to all sorts of cover comments, tweeting: