Selena Gomez lands the cover of Flaunt Magazine, “Obviously I’ve made a lot of mistakes.”

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Selena Gomez lands the December issue of Flaunt magazine. She looks really beautiful, doesn’t she? I like the shorter hair, it suits her.

The interview is titled, “Escape from Cracker Barrel and the Search for Transcendence,” because apparently that’s where Selena started out working. She also talks about how Lorde doesn’t like her music, and not being perfect.

She’s seen a ghost: When she was sixteen, the place she lived in had a dollhouse left by the previous owners, well-lit and built on a little hillside. She saw a girl in a white dress running by. It happened fast and she made her stepdad go and look. Later, she and her very first boyfriend were taking a walk around the property and he saw something pass by, out of the corner of his eye, right behind her. “We weren’t allowed to go anywhere because we were kids.” Her boyfriend didn’t believe in ghosts, not at all, but when he told her what he saw, she knew that they were real.

A talk with Jared Leto: He asked her why she didn’t show other sides of herself to the public and she returned that there would be nothing left for people she cares about. “There’s nothing left for me, and there’s nothing left for my friends, and there’s nothing left for my family.”

On the future: When I ask her where she’ll be at 26, Selena Gomez says, “I hope that I’ve left a bigger impact.” A ten-year plan? “Oh, God. I don’t know” she says. “I hope that I’m really happy by 30. I’m hoping I’m super satisfied with who I am.”

She’s not perfect: “Obviously I’ve made a lot of mistakes because I’m human and I go through all of it. I do think you do you have to make your own mistakes and they make you who you are.”

On Lorde’s slam: “That’s not feminism. [Lorde is] not supporting other women. That’s my honest opinion, that’s what I would say to her if I saw her. I actually covered her song in all of my shows that I’ve done so far. I’m not sure if I’m going to continue that.”

You think she considers Justin Bieber a mistake? I do! Hopefully she’s actually over him, and can move on. She needs a hot young guy- who should she date?

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Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel film “Sex Tape” in Los Angeles!

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Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel were spotted yesterday afternoon on the set of their new movie, “Sex Tape.”

Directed by Jake Kasdan, who directed Diaz in Bad Teacher, the film tells the tale of a married couple who wake up to discover that a sex tape they made has gone missing, leading to a frantic search for its whereabouts.

(Not sure what is all over Jason’s face?)

Stars On The Set Of 'Sex Tape'

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Winona Ryder lands the December cover of V Magazine, says she’s sick of being known as the comeback kid.

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Winona Ryder (of all people) covers the December issue of V Magazine. Isn’t it bizarre they picked her? Don’t get me wrong, I’ve always loved Winona – even when she was going through that bizarre shoplifting phase. I guess she landed the cover to promote her new movie, ‘Homefront,’ where she plays a biker gang chick who sells meth and kidnaps children. Sounds fun. She stars opposite James Franco, which immediately turns me off of the movie, because the guy kinda drives me nuts.

The photographs are by Mario Testino, and I think she looks okay. I’m not really feeling it, but maybe it’s supposed to go along with her new “gritty” role?

She’s tired of hearing “comeback”: “It’s no fault of the press, they only have a few minutes with each person. In one way, it’s not offensive at all. But it’s like, the word ‘comeback’ makes you feel like you’re standing in line for another chance, like in Oliver when he steps up and says ‘Please sir, can I have some more?’ ‘MORE?!’”

She was mistaken for a boy in middle school: “The lore! That did happen. I was obsessed with Bugsy Malone and had cut my hair short. I remember the halls were empty and these kids started shouting ‘f—-t,’ and I didn’t think they were talking to me. Walking home after leaving the nurse’s office–and I’ve never talked about this–I remember pressing on the bandage because I wanted it to look more dramatic. I had this inner monologue going of Humphrey Bogart, like, ‘being roughed up!’ I was pretending I was in some gangster movie. It was oddly my way of dealing with it, because if I didn’t, I probably would have been really scared.”

That incident led to her Lucas audition: “Had I not been homeschooled I would not have been able to go. It’s almost weird fate that it happened that way.”

On Hollywood magic: “I love movies. What I love about Martin Scorsese is that he finds something good about everything–he never has anything bad to say. He finds the one good thing in movies that are kind of unbearable. So, I’ll find the moment and I’ll sit through something, even when it’s on TV. It’s why we keep going back–we’re waiting to relive that moment, and it’s wonderful! I’ve worked with actors who make a big point of telling you that they don’t go to the movies. And you’re like…then why are you doing this? And how can you be so good? I always wonder if it’s true or not.”

On defying ageism: “If you look at Bette Davis, she did all these incredible movies and then she didn’t work for a little while, and then she did All About Eve. I always wondered if she was jumping the gun with age, which she also did in Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? But in my eyes she was still so beautiful and unique. There’s no one like her.”

On staying relevant: “It used to be that you commit to something and then basically you spend your year doing that. Now there’s a constant conversation of how you have to keep working in order to remind people that you’re around. You have to work to be relevant. If you don’t then people will forget and the studios won’t want you because they won’t remember the last thing you did that made money. It’s all about knowing when to listen to that conversation and–without sounding really hokey–when to tune it out and follow your heart. I was fired from a movie because I did Heathers! I was cast in a movie and the director saw an advance screening and was offended by it and fired me. It wasn’t until years later that it became more appreciated.”

On her younger peers: “I was recently asked about Kristen Stewart and Jennifer Lawrence. In answering I was very genuine, and I did say I thought they were both incredibly talented. But I mentioned something about their privacy and how my heart goes out to them, and the feedback I got was like, ‘How dare she!’ It’s just another example of something being taken out of context, the interpretation was that I pitied them or something. I guess people decide to take things a certain way for headlines or Internet hits. But these are great actresses! I don’t know what they think of me. I would never give advice because I would feel very presumptuous. Their success is very different than mine was, and it’s a different time.”

I guess people like me are to blame for her having to make that “comeback” comment. I brought up the shoplifting thing in the first couple paragraphs. I can’t help it! I think most people kinda see it as a “comeback” not because of the shoplifting, but because it’s been a while since she was really in the limelight. She’s turned into somewhat of a recluse!

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Zoe Saldana and her husband Marco Perego dine out together at Dominick’s in West Hollywood

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