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Color on the Cover: ‘Bang’-ing Jessica Alba Appears on Elle‘s March 2009 Issue

Latina beauty and new mommy Jessica Alba appears on the spring fashion issue of Elle. Besides talking about her new life as a mom to daughter Honor, Alba discusses being dubbed exotic in Hollywood's diluted pool of blondes. “Anyone who’s part of pop culture is going to be sensationalized and spun into something, some one-liner," she tells the magazine. "Also, there aren’t many other stars, besides Halle Berry and Jennifer Lopez, who most people in the world can related to." But Blindie applauds Alba for this line: "We look like people of the world – I can kind of mix in with girls in Asia, South America, Europe.”
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Color on the Cover: Eva Longoria Does Glamour, Talks Tony Parker & Mario Lopez

Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria covers the February 2009 "Extra-Hot Guy Issue" of Glamour, where she dishes on her hubby Tony Parker, her bestie Mario Lopez and what she did on election night! "My best friend, Mario [Lopez], my girlfriends and I were watching at home," she told the magazine. "I campaigned for Barack Obama with Latinos in Colorado, New Mexico and Texas. When they declared him the winner, I was overwhelmed with joy." As for her relationship with her basketball playing husband, she said, "Tony [Parker] and I would love to be together forever. But the only way you get to forever is one day at a time." Adding of her roles in their marriage, "I’m the gardener. I definitely nurture. [My husband] is the flower. But there are times when Tony takes care of me—in an emotional sense, like, OK, let me take the reins on this one. But I love to take care of him. I’m really a very fifties housewife.”
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Color on the Cover: Beyoncé Says Marriage to Jay-Z is a ‘Power Struggle’

Fronting the December issue of Elle, Beyoncé Knowles says being married to hip hop mogul Jay-Z is "a power struggle." "But if I didn’t respect someone and they didn’t have that strength, then I would be bored," the 27-year-old beauty told the fashion mag. "I wouldn’t be attracted to them.” And just as long as it took her to nab her beau to wedlock, it seems making mini-mes will take just as long. "I’m terrified of having a child," Knowles said. “No way! I’m terrified of delivering a child because I saw my nephew being born. That traumatized me. I’m only 27. I’ve got time.”
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Color on the Cover: Actress Thandie Newton on October 2008 Cover of Blackbook Magazine

Actress Thandie Newton appears on the October 2008 cover of Blackbook Magazine, where she admits to wanting to play Angela Davis “when I’m a bit older," while the famous men she's worked with dish on the British beauty's allure. "Thandie’s very easy to love, and she usually plays the girl everyone does love,” Madonna's director hubby Guy Ritchie explains. "I liked the idea that this wasn’t the case here," Richie says of Newton's starring role in his new film RocknRolla. "Stella was based on the female half of an actual power couple that went over to the dark side—this lawyer who liked cocaine and boys and his accountant missus who was pretty wild herself." "There’s a mystery that Condi Rice and Thandie both have," her W costar Josh Brolin, who plays George Bush to Newton's Condoleezza Rice, says. "Their elusiveness scares me. Their smiles frighten me."
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Color on the Cover: ‘Bang’-ing Jessica Alba Appears on Elle‘s March 2009 Issue

Latina beauty and new mommy Jessica Alba appears on the spring fashion issue of Elle. Besides talking about her new life as a mom to daughter Honor, Alba discusses being dubbed exotic in Hollywood's diluted pool of blondes. “Anyone who’s part of pop culture is going to be sensationalized and spun into something, some one-liner," she tells the magazine. "Also, there aren’t many other stars, besides Halle Berry and Jennifer Lopez, who most people in the world can related to." But Blindie applauds Alba for this line: "We look like people of the world – I can kind of mix in with girls in Asia, South America, Europe.”
Read More

Color on the Cover: Eva Longoria Does Glamour, Talks Tony Parker & Mario Lopez

Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria covers the February 2009 "Extra-Hot Guy Issue" of Glamour, where she dishes on her hubby Tony Parker, her bestie Mario Lopez and what she did on election night! "My best friend, Mario [Lopez], my girlfriends and I were watching at home," she told the magazine. "I campaigned for Barack Obama with Latinos in Colorado, New Mexico and Texas. When they declared him the winner, I was overwhelmed with joy." As for her relationship with her basketball playing husband, she said, "Tony [Parker] and I would love to be together forever. But the only way you get to forever is one day at a time." Adding of her roles in their marriage, "I’m the gardener. I definitely nurture. [My husband] is the flower. But there are times when Tony takes care of me—in an emotional sense, like, OK, let me take the reins on this one. But I love to take care of him. I’m really a very fifties housewife.”
Read More

Color on the Cover: Beyoncé Says Marriage to Jay-Z is a ‘Power Struggle’

Fronting the December issue of Elle, Beyoncé Knowles says being married to hip hop mogul Jay-Z is "a power struggle." "But if I didn’t respect someone and they didn’t have that strength, then I would be bored," the 27-year-old beauty told the fashion mag. "I wouldn’t be attracted to them.” And just as long as it took her to nab her beau to wedlock, it seems making mini-mes will take just as long. "I’m terrified of having a child," Knowles said. “No way! I’m terrified of delivering a child because I saw my nephew being born. That traumatized me. I’m only 27. I’ve got time.”
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Color on the Cover: Actress Thandie Newton on October 2008 Cover of Blackbook Magazine

Actress Thandie Newton appears on the October 2008 cover of Blackbook Magazine, where she admits to wanting to play Angela Davis “when I’m a bit older," while the famous men she's worked with dish on the British beauty's allure. "Thandie’s very easy to love, and she usually plays the girl everyone does love,” Madonna's director hubby Guy Ritchie explains. "I liked the idea that this wasn’t the case here," Richie says of Newton's starring role in his new film RocknRolla. "Stella was based on the female half of an actual power couple that went over to the dark side—this lawyer who liked cocaine and boys and his accountant missus who was pretty wild herself." "There’s a mystery that Condi Rice and Thandie both have," her W costar Josh Brolin, who plays George Bush to Newton's Condoleezza Rice, says. "Their elusiveness scares me. Their smiles frighten me."
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