Caitlyn Jenner continues to win EVERYTHING.
Just a month after wrapping up an impressive and transformative 2015, The American Society of Magazine Editors hailed Cait's Vanity Fair issue as Cover of the Year. The iconic shot beat out ESPN Magazine's "Body 2015: Chantae McMillan" cover which snagged a Readers' Choice Award from the organization.
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The cover, which was shot by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz in June 2015, marked the reality star's coming out as a woman and it was the first time anyone had seen Jenner publicly following her transition news. The evocative cover was also praised for its daring styling choices as C.J. donned a corset and panties.
Speaking on its selection, The American Society of Magazine Editors gushed:
"The cover contest judges had tough decisions to make this year. Any time you have to choose between an already legendary Annie Leibovitz shoot on the cover of Vanity Fair, a Mark Seliger comedy special on GQ and one of the year's most talked-about news covers, 'Cosby: The Women' on New York—plus Serena Williams on both Sports Illustrated and New York—that's a good time to be a magazine editor and an even better time to be a magazine reader."
Wow, what steep competition! This nod is truly an honor for Caitlyn and Annie!
So, do YOU think the VF shot deserved to win?
[Image via Vanity Fair.]
Kanye West seems a little all over the place regarding his latest album!
After getting into a feud with Wiz Khalifa for renaming his new project from Swish to Waves, Yeezus is now saying that it has yet to be named. WHAT??
Look like there was so much drama over nothing. In a recent interview, the All Day rapper sat down with 92.3 radio station to clarify a few things about his album.
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She ain't no Kelly Rowland!
While Camila Cabello typically takes the lead during Fifth Harmony's interviews and performances, and has even stretched her legs as a soloist, it looks like she's about to be usurped by one of her bandmates.
That's because the real powerhouse behind 5H, Normani Kordei, is finally taking her turn in the spotlight!
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The 19-year-old X Factor alum just released her cover of Tory Lanez's Say It on Wednesday, and we're really feeling like this could be her breakout Beyoncé moment!
Her vocals are polished without being too showy or nasally, which we can't say for some of her fellow harmonizing sisters… sorry ’bout it.
Ch-ch-check out Normani's first shot as a solo artist with Say It (below)!!!
Jessica Alba is one tough boss!
And we love it!
In the latest issue of Cosmo, the actress and businesswoman discusses her early goals as a movie star and her rules for success as an entrepreneur.
Learn from her!
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She admits she was more comfortable with her masculine side as a young woman:
"Most of my life, I identified more with my masculine side. I was kind of aggressive and super masculine in my early 20s — even into my mid- 20s. I got boobs when I was young … and I was like, What do I do? … I was never the girl who they marketed. I was always feeling angry, like an impostor. I learned how to be cool with the feminine later in life."
This resulted in her wanting to be a badass action star: