Oprah will be on the cover of O Magazine in her natural state, and I love the texture of her hair. What a lucky girl with all of that hair!
The Braxtons are prepping their return to reality tv and Toni is covering the brand new issue of JET magazine. In the issue she dishes about her decision to ax her own brother-in-law, and her sisters are giving uncensored talk about plastic surgery and “oral transactions.”
Tamar Braxton spoke on people’s criticism of the plastic surgery they believe she’s had. Her response: “I don’t need a bunch of work done to be cute. I’m pretty.”
And, Toni says about giving the ax to her ex-manager/ brother-in-law Vincent Herbert, adding: “…Being family and working together was just too much.”
The ladies of Sparkle cop the cover of Ebony Magazine
Jennifer Lopez heats up the cover of InStyle‘s September issue, which hits newsstands Aug. 17. Jenny celebrated her 43rd birthday last month. In the issue J Lo spoke about her perspective on love, saying she likes “good guys.” She also touched on feeling sexy when dancing, and the importance of being a good parent to Max and Emme.
- On love: “The most important quality the man in my life should have is that he is sweet. I like the good guys. . . . The hard part is that you never stop believing in love. You never stop. But that’s also the best part. You never stop believing, and you never, ever give up!”
- On being a parent: “Of course, I’m the same as any parent. I feel the pressures of wanting to be a great parent and of wanting to do right by my children. I feel the pressure of knowing you can’t be perfect even though you want to be. One thing I’ve learned: Being a mom, or a dad, is the most important job there is. It doesn’t matter who you are. You have to embrace it for everything that it is.”
- On dancing: “I feel sexiest when I’m dancing. When I’m exercising and taking good care of myself — that’s when I’m at my best. . . . I’m a dancer, so dance and choreography have always been a way to express myself. Anything you do with music or a song, or even playing a character, is a way of expressing yourself. Dance just happens to be a very sensual way of doing it.”