Pop star Ariana Grande appears on the October cover of Marie Claire magazine, in which she says she knew at a young age she wanted to be a singing sensation.
The star-studded cast of the Emmy-winning HBO movie "The Normal Heart," including Julia Roberts, Mark Ruffalo and Matt Bomer, are gracing the cover of Emmy Magazine's Emmy Bash Photo Splash issue.
"Extra" has some of the raw, behind-the-scenes footage from the cover shoot.
Watch it after the jump!
Actress Jennifer Garner is InStyle magazine’s October cover girl, and she talks about her beauty secrets and how she stays in shape after having three kids.
Actor Robert Downey Jr. graces the October issue of Vanity Fair, talking about beating addiction, family dysfunction, and being part of the Marvel Universe.
On returning to his old life after rehab, Downey told the mag, “Job one is get out of that cave. A lot of people do get out but don’t change. So the thing is to get out and recognize the significance of that aggressive denial of your fate, come through the crucible forged into a stronger metal. Or whatever. But I don’t even know if that was my experience. It’s funny: five years ago, I would’ve made it sound like I’m conscious of my own participation in seizing the similarities. But so many things have become less certain. I swear to God. I am not my story.”
Creating four different covers for the October issue, Oprah Winfrey endured a 12-hour photo shoot... with glamorous results!
Makeup artist Derrick Rutledge painstakingly created four very different and dramatic Maybelline looks while Oprah kept her energy up with everything from her chai tea to dark chocolate to Diana Ross’s “Upside Down.”
Actress Rosamund Pike is the cover girl for the October issue of Glamour magazine, and she sat down to talk about the film with “Gone Girl” author Gillian Flynn, who also wrote the screenplay for the David Fincher-directed adaptation.
Actress Rosario Dawson is the cover girl for the fall 2014 issue of Cosmopolitan for Latinas, talking about the 10th anniversary of her organization Voto Latino, plus what she looks for in relationships.
In the October issue of Red magazine, actress Kate Hudson slams rumors she has an eating disorder, and says she wants girls to “love themselves.”