AfterEllen: Ok, one fan asked to describe each other in one sentence.
  • Natasha:It’s so hard! One sentence. One thing I admire about Elise is that she unabashedly is not afraid to be herself, even when she does things that are adorkable or weird, she is herself and she is so beautiful for that and that’s something I admire because as much I try to be a nice person, I can get caught up in what’s cool and what’s not.
  • Elise:Thank you! One thing I would say about Natasha is that I love how you’re not afraid to speak your mind, I think that’s something I struggle with and sometimes I worry about how things come across if I’m disagreeing with someone. And I love that you fight for what you want out of life and I think that’s so amazing. And even with these new projects that you’re creating, I think that’s so wonderful to fall in and wholeheartedly create the life you want and not be afraid to say what you want. That’s really important thing that not enough Canadians do!


In a very short time, Lana Del Rey has become one of the most famous artists of this decade. For Grazia magazine, she remembers her strongest moments of 2014 and talks about the future, her next album and the madness of fame at the time of Twitter and Instagram. A very shy star.

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Backstage with Lil Jon at the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball

Did Meryl Streep stay in character as the witch?
Anna Kendrick: No, of course not. That would be intense. She was amazing and joked around between takes. She had these blue press-on nails and they would pop off. There was sort of a running game of who could find the most press-on nails on set by the end of the day.

We’re replaying our interview with Meryl Streep, who is nominated for a Golden Globe for her role as the Witch in the film adaptation of Into the Woods

Meryl Streep: The Fresh Air Interview

"It’s not about the audience. It’s all about fooling the other actors into believing who you say you are. That’s hard, when you walk on set, when it’s a big makeup job. And I take my entire performance from them, so if they don’t look at me and hate me appropriately or love me the way they’re supposed to, … then I’m lost, I don’t have anything to go on."