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Katherine McNamara Wasn't A Workout Person Until 'Shadowhunters' Came Along

Katherine McNamara Wasn't A Workout Person Until 'Shadowhunters' Came Along

If you spot Katherine McNamara on the Shadowhunters set, if she’s not acting, she’s most likely knitting…or you know, training to be the badass Clary Fray we love.

But before she started the series, the actress reveals that she wasn’t that much of a workout person at all.

“Before starting [the show], I was a dancer but I didn’t know much about fitness in the traditional sense,” Katherine reveals to Vulkan magazine. “After training for the show for a few years now, I have completely changed my lifestyle and I’ve never been happier.”

It all changed in a flash, and as proven in her latest Instagram vid, Katherine is all about it now.

She adds, “I’m continually motivated by the fact that by making a few simple choices and creating healthy habits, you can feel better, have more energy, and be able to do things you never thought possible. I do mix up my workouts between HIIT training, boxing, spinning, and weapons training.”

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Tommy Dorfman Says The Feel On '13 Reasons Why' Season 2 Set Is Different

Tommy Dorfman Says The Feel On '13 Reasons Why' Season 2 Set Is Different

Tommy Dorfman is opening up about 13 Reasons Why in the brand new issue of Foxes magazine — at least a little bit.

Shot by Gabriela Celeste and written by Heather Seidler, the actor dished about the added responsibility of the cast, now that they’re in season two and all eyes are on them. It’s a much different feel on set than it was with season one.

“With the second season and the amount of attention it’s received and its fan base– you feel a certain responsibility,” Tommy says. “In just living my life, there’s a responsibility to be true to myself, to be a responsible human. You want to do your best.”

He adds, “I think it’s on us as cast members — particularly myself — to be inspirational in a way, to be there for them [the young fans], and to not make silly mistakes publicly. I feel that sort of pressure. There is that feeling that there’s the element of having a microscope on us.”

Tommy also revealed that they’re halfway done with filming the next season, which will center on the aftermath of Hannah Baker’s suicide and focus in on Jessica’s rape.

“I’m excited about what we’re working on, there’s more unexpected things,” he adds. “It’s been really great to share this with the cast, it’s a terrifying and exciting experience and we are all learning and growing together, constantly communicating.”

13 Reasons Why season one is streaming on Netflix now.

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Yara Shahidi Reveals Mantras She Lives By in 'Girl's Life's New Issue

Yara Shahidi Reveals Mantras She Lives By in 'Girl's Life's New Issue

Yara Shahidi covers the October/November 2017 issue of Girl’s Life magazine.

The black-ish star chats with the glossy about everything from haters to politics, to her go-to mantras of the moment.

The one we love and will be adopting asap — to stop saying sorry!

“I’ll say it even in situations where I have nothing to apologize for,” she explains, saying that we really shouldn’t be sorry for a habit that can belittle our confidence.

Yara adds, “I’m actively trying to stop, because while of course I want to account for the actions I have control over, it’s important to not feel a constant burden or blame for things that you don’t.”


Grab Yara‘s issue of Girl’s Life, on newsstands NOW!

Bailee Madison Opens Up About Her Novel 'Losing Brave'

Bailee Madison Opens Up About Her Novel 'Losing Brave'

Bailee Madison is adding author to her never ending resume with her new novel, “Losing Brave”, and she’s chatting all about it with Vulkan magazine.

One thing you might be surprised to learn is that it’s a psychological thriller!

“[Co-author] Stefne Miller and I were attracted to the genre when we realized that psychological thrillers were becoming more and more popular in the adult space,” Bailee shared. “But hadn’t been done for the young adult market yet.”

Bailee also chatted about how writing the novel was an outlet for her.

“Writing has always been a safe place and outlet for me,” she says. ” Writing comes in so many forms and I love all of them, from poems, to lyrics, to non-fiction pieces, to blogging. Writing a novel is another form, and one I’m blessed to be trying out.”

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Lorde's Pre-Show Rituals Often Involve Flowers & Glitter

Lorde's Pre-Show Rituals Often Involve Flowers & Glitter

Lorde rocks a big furry coat in her new photo shoot for Vogue Australia‘s October 2017 issue, on newsstands September 25.

Here’s what the “Green Light” singer had to share:

On songwriting: “I think the key is to keep making really personal records. That’s kind of always been my thing, to tell my specific story, in all its awkwardness and weirdness and greatness.”

“I’ll notice something and write it down and I’m definitely doing that all the time,” joking that her friends must find it annoying. “I do it constantly: my notes are just full of my observations.” When a common thread emerges, she joins the dots. She’s done it for so long, she doesn’t let it get in the way of experiences. “People close to me definitely realize me pulling my phone out and writing down something they’ve said … but I don’t try to chase the story too much. I just sort of let it happen.”

On staying creative during her performances, with a grueling tour schedule stretching into 2018: “I’ve got flowers and arranged them in a little way before I go on stage, or a few times I covered my hands in glitter using my hands like little energy conductors. So I’ve been doing weird witchy things.”

For more from Lorde, visit Vogue.com.au.

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This Was Cameron Boyce's 'Absolute Favorite' Scene to Film in 'Descendants 2'

This Was Cameron Boyce's 'Absolute Favorite' Scene to Film in 'Descendants 2'

Descendants 2 was a massive success, premiering to 21 million viewers within the first week — and if Cameron Boyce is to be believed, it was pretty fun to film as well.

“The finale was my absolute favorite [to film],” the 18-year-old actor told PopStar in an interview. “It was all of the people that we had worked with. It was really cool because you were in character and you were in the movie and you were conscious of that but also you weren’t because it was just the most fun thing ever.”

“We were just going nuts,” Cameron continued. “I mean, just splashing each other and screaming and twirling around and jumping and sliding in the water and it came out beautifully. But man, that was the most fun thing. We just had a ball.”

If you’ve seen the movie, you definitely know which scene he’s talking about!

Watch his video interview clip here:

Cole Sprouse Dishes On Impact of 'Bughead' in 'Entertainment Weekly's Fall TV Preview Issue

Cole Sprouse Dishes On Impact of 'Bughead' in 'Entertainment Weekly's Fall TV Preview Issue

The cast of Riverdale heats up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly.

The core four — KJ Apa, Camila Mendes, Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse — pose together on the cover of the Fall TV Preview issue, a cover which they won with a ton of fan votes.

The cast opens up in the issue about the upcoming season ahead, with Cole touching about the impact of Bughead.

“Since the show began, people have wanted Lili and I to be together. People have wanted Lili and Camila to be together. People have wanted KJ and I to be together. People have wanted every actor on this show to be in a union that they could make real…” he says.

Cole adds, “But truthfully, it’s very pleasing that people talk about Lili and I in that way because it means that we’re resonating so strongly that people really want that to be true.”

Riverdale returns on October 11th on The CW, and the issue is on newsstands THIS Friday, September 15th.

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Selena Gomez Felt 'Very Violated' as a Teenage Celebrity

Selena Gomez Felt 'Very Violated' as a Teenage Celebrity

Child stardom impacts different celebrities in different ways, and now Selena Gomez is getting candid about the point in her career when she started to feel less comfortable with being famous.

“I started getting known for things that weren’t my work,” she told Business of Fashion in a new interview. “That’s when my passion started to really feel like it was going further and further away. And that scared me.”

Selena recalled the paparazzi being the cause of her initial discomfort.

“I remember just feeling really violated when I was younger, even just being on the beach. I was maybe 15 or 16 and people were taking pictures — photographers,” she remembered. “I felt very violated and I didn’t like it or understand it, and that felt very weird, because I was a young girl and they were grown men. I didn’t like that feeling.”

15 is a vulnerable, transitional age for those of us who aren’t celebrities, so we can only imagine what that was like for her. We’re glad she is doing so much better — and taking control of the spotlight — now!