They’re all on top of their respective games, so it’s no wonder Mindy Kaling, Yolanda Foster and Gillian Anderson made the cut for the August 2015 Pop issue of W magazine.
Joined by talented folks like Lauren Cohan, Thomas Middleditch, Jussie Smollett, Ashley Benson, Derek Hough and Jay and Mark Duplass, these television stars talk about how they do their thing so well. Kaling explains, “A lot of people say you shouldn’t serialize TV comedy, that you should be able to turn on an episode of, say, Seinfeld, and have it stand on its own. But it would be hard to have this woman who wants so badly to change in a show that doesn’t. I want you to keep checking in with these characters.”
Sure, her “Mindy Project” show is getting axed by FOX, but that’s not stopping Mindy Kaling from smiling brightly.
The “Office” star is featured on the front of the June 2015 issue of InStyle magazine, sporting a fabulous navy floral dress. And she’s not afraid to get real about her quirks- “My diva moments are more tied to panicky worry. “[My assistant] will have prepared everything for a day and then that morning, I wake up and I’m like, ‘I don’t want to do any of that; it has to be completely different.’ But I don’t throw hairbrushes at people or anything like that. I haven’t gotten there yet.”
She’s not usually known for dressing sexy, but Mindy Kaling proved she knows how to work it in a pair of Instagram snapshots on Wednesday (March 18).
The “Office” star donned a $250 Mara Hoffman one-piece swimsuit with slashes across the front, revealing more than just a little flesh. She captioned the pics, “It got real Terry Richardson up in here. The front of my @marahoffman suit which is for open-minded pool parties and honeymoons only,” followed by, “#nofilter needed for my new @marahoffman one piece which literally looks good on EVERYONE. Trying to channel @miamatangi on vacation.”
After the party is the after-party! And, the biggest one in Hollywood is the Vanity Fair Oscars Party. For the second year in a row, the post-award show event featured a portrait booth, and the images are simply stunning.
So, how did it work? “As guests leave the red carpet and enter the main #vfoscarparty space, they’ll have the option to stop by the studio and stake a claim to immortality – or at least strike a few portfolio-style poses,” the magazine explained.