Jennifer Hudson shines on the cover of Lucky‘s January issue out December 11th. Jennifer opens up to Lucky about her shopping habit, dressing for her son and how she maintains her weight loss.

Highlights from the interview:

On the nickname her father gave her: “My father used to call me Miss Make- a-Hair,” she laughs. “If I’m tucked away in my room, I can’t help myself, I fool with my hair. I just like hair. And I hate hair salons! I like hair you can sleep in—wild, bed-head hair.” She runs her fingers through it, then pulls her hat down toward her face. “And a hat! I like showing my height, and this hat with the long coat kind of shows you how tall I am … ”

On her personal style: “My style has always been … odd,” she says. “I call it being free, expressing myself. You know, creative people? We like to express ourselves. When I was a little girl, I liked to cut up my clothes—we called it Jenniferizing. Or a J. Original! Just because it came that way doesn’t mean you have to wear it that way.” Hudson designed her own prom dress, her own Easter dress, dress after dress. “I would sketch it, and my mom and I would pick out the fabric and we’d have it made! I love to sketch! Everybody else was about the name brands—I’d go to Payless and get something nobody else had!” View Post


Sofia Vergara heats up the November cover of Lucky magazine out October 9th. She is one of the funniest and most beautiful women on television; she’s also the highest paid. Sofia opens up to Lucky about her secret to success, what she really thinks of her bodacious body and why she doesn’t care about looking intelligent.

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Jessica Simpson and her fiancé Eric Johnson welcomed their daughter Maxwell Drew on May 1. 

“Life has completely changed,” Simpson, 31, tells PEOPLE magazine.“From how I sleep to what I think about, Maxwell has definitely taken over everything!”

In this week’s issue, Simpson and Johnson give an exclusive interview, plus share the first photos of their little one, who’s inherited her mom’s eyes and her dad’s calm demeanor.

Simpson delivered via c-section and honestly admits that recovery isn’t easy, and nursing, which she does throughout the day, has become “a full-on job.”

For more exclusive details pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.

What do you think of the name Maxwell for a girl?



Wheter you agree to disagree on the recent Time magazine cover, it surely brings up the most controversal topic ever – to breastfeed or not to breastfeed.

I know moms who have chosen not to breastfeed their newborns (some for vanity reasons and other for health reasons), nonetheless, whatever choice you make, its YOUR choice.

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So this morning, Time magazine’s cover mom went on the Today show to share her views on attachment parenting and explain the story behind the cover photo. She was joined by her 3-year-old son, Aram, Dr. Sears, and Time’s science editor, Jeffrey Kluger.

“Attachment parenting” involves prolonged physical bonding with a child through extended breastfeeding, carrying and sleeping with the baby as well as responding to the infant’s cries.

The phrase was coined by Dr Bill Sears, a 72-year-old paediatrician who wrote The Baby Book.

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“I understand some of the breastfeeding advocates are upset about this,” 26-year-old Jamie Grumet said. “[The cover image] doesn’t show the nurturing side to attachment parenting . . . I understand what they’re saying, but I do understand why Time chose this picture. It’s created a real media craze to get the dialogue going.”

“You need to do what’s best for your baby and for your own family,” Grumet continued. “You can take some of Dr. Sears’s attachment parenting philosophies and maybe not others, and that’s OK; you’re not a bad parent. Your child will still be OK.”

Does seeing the young mother speak about her reasons for practicing attachment parenting change your opinion of the magazine cover?

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Victoria Beckham graces the cover of i-D magazine‘s “Whatever the Weather” issue, which hits newsstands on Feb. 9. She poses in skimpy clothes for the playful spread. Victoria chatted about her personal and professional things: Living in LA, her daughter Harper Seven, her insecurities and her inspirations.

Be the first to read her interview and see her sultry pictures in i-D magazine after the jump. View Post