Fabulous news for our favourite Neighbours alumnus, Margot Robbie. She’s just made the Young Hollywood issue of Vanity Fair, in a stunning full-length gown.
Predictably, she looks heavenly.
And she’s in excellent company.
Vanity Fair has a Hollywood cover every year that features the most talked-about, influential actors of that year. This year for the first time, there are six people of colour. It’s one of those things that shouldn’t be significant in pop culture… but is.
The people of colour roll call: Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years A Slave), Idris Elba (Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom), Michael B Jordan (Fruitvale Station), Lupita Nyong’0 (12 Years A Slave), Naomie Harris (Mandela) and Chadwick Boseman (42).
Just have a flick through these past Hollywood covers to see how far we’ve come:
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The Bruno Mars performance everyone’s talking about
Turns out Bruno Mars is a spectacular drummer. He opened the superbowl halftime show with a wild drum solo – with 115.3 million people watching. What followed was basically a masterclass in rock/pop/soul stardom, with an ensemble of men in gold blazers and a cameo from Red Hot Chilli Peppers.
Get your dancing shoes and watch it:
Leonardo DiCaprio had a rough childhood, manLeo’s grew up in a pretty rough neighbourhood in LA. The Titanic actor / supermodel enthusiast has only just opened up about his traumatic childhood. “There was a major prostitution ring on my street corner, crime and violence everywhere,” he said. “It really was like Taxi Driver in a lot of ways. I grew up very poor and I got to see the other side of the spectrum.” Unlike his Wolf of Wall Street character, DiCaprio has never done drugs – and he says that’s because he’s seen their devastating effects first-hand. “I’ve never done drugs. That’s because I saw this stuff literally every day when I was three or four years old. So Hollywood was a walk in the park for me. I’d go to parties and it was there, and yeah, there’s that temptation.” Acting became the escape a young Leo really needed: “That was the motivational thing that happened to me in my life. I was 15, and I said to my mum, ‘I want to be an actor. Please take me to auditions.’ Because I had to get out of the public school system.”
Cameron Diaz adds “shoe designer” to her resume
Yep. The 41-year-old Charlie’s Angel star had so much spare time while filming two blockbuster movies and writing a book, that she’s launched a line of fancy footwear. And they’re quite lovely. Here’s Cameron with her shoes.