MAGAZINE FAB: Alicia Keys COVERS "ELLE" + Kerry Washington ROCKS Patterns For "InStyle" + Paris Jackson COVERS "EVENT" Magazine
"Girl On Fire" Alicia Keys covers ELLE Magazine's "Women In Music" issue. See the cover inside and check out Kerry Washington's spread in InStyle Magazine and Paris Jackson on the cover of EVENT Magazine.
"Girl On Fire" Alicia Keys, who currently on tour in North America, will appear on the May issue of "ELLE" Magazine for their "Women In Music." She posted a sneak peek at the cover on Facebook earlier today. Inside the magazine, Alicia explained her approach to music saying,
"There's not one thing about Girl on Fire that's like any of my others. I'm in a totally new state of mind…This album is like saying I am who I am, not who you want me to be."
On the cover, she rocked a wool dress Jean Paul Gaultier dress. Gorge.
Also on magazine racks....
Here's a first look at "Scandal" star Kerry Washington in a photoshoot for InStyle Magazine called "Notice A Pattern."
In the spread, Kerry poses in a series of spring look with patterns that contrast her environment. And it's pretty much perfect.
New episodes of "Scandal" return April 25th at 9pm. And yes, we're pissed they keep going on all these hiatuses.
In case you missed it....here's for trailer for next week's episode:
And look who's making their fashion magazine debut:
Paris Jackson shot the cover with an in-depth interview with EVENT Magazine where she talked about dancing with her father MJ, her childhood and reconnecting with her birth mother Debbie Rowe. The pics show a model in the making. Here are the highlights:
On being raised by the King of Pop:
"I have lots of memories of my father," says Paris, tapping the side of her head. "We were privileged because we had our dad and we had our house that we were living in [Neverland]. We knew he was a singer. I guess I got used to it. It just seemed normal to me at the time.
"He was an incredible father. We all loved him to death. He had that good energy where you just didn't want to leave. Like, you're always just comfortable with him."
"He wanted the best for us. He always made sure we were healthy. He made sure we stuck to school. He'd try to educate us as much as he could and was always looking out for us. He was very protective."
On wearing the masks and veils:
"The masks were [my dad's] idea," Paris explains. "He didn't want anyone [in the media] to see what we looked like. That way we could have what he didn't, which was a normal childhood."
On dancing with her father:
"My dad taught me how to dance. I would always dance. And yes, he did teach me the moonwalk!"
On reconnecting with her mom and living a normal childhood:
"I want to have a normal high-school experience, [but] it's hard to hard to have a normal childhood when you have security with you all the time. I'm on a tight leash and I feel if that leash was loosened a little bit I would definitely have a chance at a normal childhood, because I have friends who are completely normal, and hey -- they don't even think of me as MJ's kid. They think of me as who I am, you know?"
When I'm with my mom, we don't really have security with us. Which is really nice."
Check out pics from the magazine here:
We new she was going to grow up to be a stunner.
Here's a blast from the past of Paris with Michael and her brothers.
Photos via Elle/Instyle/EVENT