Freida Pinto heats up the April 2012 issue of Esquire UK with a smokin’ stripped-down cover and editorial in which she wears little more than under underwear.
In the accompanying interview, Pinto revealed the sense of duty she feels as an Indian actress. “People are very curious about India and I always try to represent my country in a non-stereotypical light,” she said.
The actress also revealed the tricks of the trade she’s learned since coming onto the scene a few years ago. “Always smile, and look slowly from left to the right,” she explained. “But in 2009, I was new to all of it. It was the Alice in Wonderland effect. Angelina Jolie would walk past and I was like, ‘Seriously?’”
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Sir Elton John may be ready to make peace with Madonna, telling reporters that if he wasn’t at his own shindig he’d either be at Vanity Fair’s or Madge’s, “Probably not invited to Madonna’s this year but she does have a great party!” When asked about putting together his guest list, Sir John says first on the list is always Smokey Robinson because “he’s my idol.
Now in it’s 20th year, the Elton John Aid’s Foundation fundraising event sold out at 910 guests with tickets ranging from $3,500-$5,500.
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By Elizabeth Mitchell
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“Mirror Mirror” actress Lily Collins has the cover of the Nylon March 2012 issue, and in her interview, she discussed her celebrity heritage (her father is Phil Collins), women in Hollywood and her career thus far.
Collins is careful to note that her last name isn’t the sole reason she’s landed acting roles. “A lot of people’s perception is that I don’t have to work my way to get in a room because someone’s always interested in the last name, but I always say that personality opens doors, but character keeps them open,” she said. “Everyone can have something special to get them in, but once you’re in, it’s sort of like, “Okay, so?” …Read More