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Elle has the Ghostbusters on speed dial!
All four stars of the upcoming Ghostbusters remake appear on the magazine's July issue and all of them look like they'd knock the f*ck out of literally any ghost.
Come at them, bros!!!
Read their words (below):
Even stars' airport outfits on their way to Cannes are something to behold!
Kendall Jenner looked so runway-ready at LAX on Tuesday while catching a flight to Nice, France for the annual film festival.
The supermodel lived up to the hype in a beige knit Elle Sasson top and matching slacks that looked chic but super comfy as well.
Kenny really knows how to be comfortable without sacrificing style!
Are you loving this look???
[Image via Pacific Coast News Online.]
What a score for Bells!
The supermodel even gets her own profile and spread inside! Nice!
Get to know her better by reading the HIGHlights!
As you probably already know, the pop queen celebrated the launch of her new athleisure line, Ivy Park, by rocking the collection in the glossy's May issue.
Only thing is, KD New York is claiming they deserve some of the credit… literally!
According to their rep, after lending over sixty items for the cover shoot, their designer credit was removed from the post, adding:
"It's complete greed. It's disgraceful that they could not share even a fashion credit with a ‘Made in USA' minority-owned clothing line."
And owner David Lee revealed to Page Six:
"We were fully credited when the story went up, and then I went back a couple of days later and it was removed. Someone [close to Beyoncé] called and said the credits were going to be removed without any explanation."
If you look at Elle's cover story on the site right now, the only clothing credit is "BEYONCE WEARS IVY PARK THROUGHOUT." And while probably accurate, it doesn't exactly seem fair.
And to think we don't even have the full interview yet!
For impatient members of the BeyHive, the magazine has given a little sneak peek of what they promise is a very candid interview.
We can't wait for the whole thing!
Until then, whet your appetite with some juicy tidbits (below):
Slay. All day, Beyoncé!!
For the American issue (above), the 34-year-old looks Flawless dressed in an Ivy Park bodysuit while also rocking gorgeous, bouncy curls.
But more eye-grabbing than her stunning appearance on the front page is that there's an interview with the star inside the glossy!
Beyoncé is known for rarely opening up to mags, so we're expecting something super juicy this time around!
Can't wait?? Get your fill by ch-ch-checking out her fresh cover for Elle UK (below):
Kerry Washington Explains How Playing Olivia Pope Prepared Her For Motherhood — While Making A Sweatshirt Look Hot AF!
God, Kerry Washington can even make a gray sweatshirt look hot.
We bow to thee!
The Scandal star makes the most of her Shinola "Cassius Clay" top on the cover of Elle's April issue. Her tousled curls and those bedroom eyes are giving us life!
There are more sexy shots in the spread, but the real interesting part is Kerry's interview talking about motherhood and playing Anita Hill in the upcoming HBO biopic Confirmation, which she also executive produced like a total boss.
In a surprising reveal, Kerry says that playing Olivia Pope made her feel more confident about being a mom:
"Even though Olivia Pope has obviously made the decision that she is not a mom, playing her made me feel like I could be a mom. Because she knows there's always another way—there's always a way to fix it, there's always a way to solve it, to win. And I feel like playing her made me feel like, All right, I can do it. I will figure out how to juggle it all."
Kerry, we know you got it handled.
The 39-year-old diplomatically talks politics without naming names:
"I'm a person who's always been politically active and passionate about people's rights. I marched against the  Republican Convention. And as my career has expanded, it's been important for me to not stifle that voice. Because you want to be popular, you want people to hire you, and I have to make sure I don't do it less because I'm an actor."
Her passion for politics obviously extends to women's issues, which made producing the Anita Hill movie so important to her:
"This moment was so important because it created a language around women being able to protect themselves. The behavior that Anita Hill described was going on in a lot of offices throughout the country, and most people didn't think they were doing anything wrong. But this created awareness around that and around the need for women's voices to be heard in our public spaces, both testifying before Congress and sitting on the committee. It really was such a huge cultural shift."
Finally, she praises Shonda Rhimes for being the ultimate inspiration:
"She's been such an amazing resource, as a mom, and as a working mom…I am on one show and I have one kid, and she has three shows and three kids."
Hey, we bet Kerry could do it too.
Check out her spread in the gallery (above)!
[Image via Elle Magazine.]