He’s kicking off his new gig on “The Late Late Show,” and James Corden has some words of wisdom for the ladies of the USA. The English comedian penned a letter in the April 2015 issue of Glamour magazine to engage his female audience-
Realize that “meaningless one-night stands” aren’t meaningless.
“I believe, deep down, that all the ones I’ve had have affected me. Some of them were good, most of them were bad, but they still had meaning. (Everything is always about sex. But sex is always about something else.)”
As one of the most fashionable and attractive men in Tinseltown, Jon Hamm looks entirely comfortable on the front of GQ magazine’s April 2015 issue.
The “Mad Men” hunk discusses his show’s final season and what he’s looking forward to next-“You button up into one of those suits and it’s like, ‘Okay, there’s a certain way that I feel. I feel conﬁdent. I feel put together. I feel great looking. The one constant thing I’ve had in my career is now removed. And that’s an eye-opener: Are people still going to take me seriously? Am I just going to do romantic comedies for the rest of my life? What’s next? And I don’t know, you know? I wish I was smug enough to have had a grand plan.”
Adding to her already-impressive list of career accomplishments, Serena Williams is featured on the front of the April 2015 issue of Vogue magazine.
Under the lens of Annie Leibovitz, the 33-year-old pro tennis champ looks toned and flirty, sporting duds from Rag & Bone. And Serena made sure to make one thing clear- "Let's just put an end to this myth that women players cannot be friends. We can!"