Bella Thorne is really growing up. The Pembroke Pines native, 17, appears in the February issue of Cosmopolitan to talk about her new movie, The DUFF, in theaters Feb. 20. Thorne opens up to the magazine about the pressure to look and act perfect 24/7, her haters on social media, and her boyfriend, Los Angeles high school student Tristan Klier. Among her life lessons? Don’t stress about body image.
“Take it from a girl who never had boobs. Every woman in my family has huge boobs. ... I was always flat-chested, and that really gave me a complex growing up. Once I stopped stressing about them, they grew.”
Mario Lopez, he’s the man. The Extra host will be the Grand Marshal for the 7th Annual Miami Beach Gay Pride parade on April 12. NBC6 entertainment reporter Roxanne Vargas and professional diva Elaine Lancaster made the announcement Thursday at a VIP cocktail reception at the Hotel Victor.
Talk about a really, really good show: Katy Perry will team with Miami’s Lenny Kravitz at the Super Bowl. The singer-actor, who has sold more than 38 million albums worldwide and has several Grammys to his credit, will join the pop star for the halftime show at the Feb. 1 game in Glendale, Arizona.
Christina Milian is getting her turn in the spotlight. Her reality show Christina Milian Turned Up, produced by Kelsey Grammer, premieres at 10 p.m. Sunday.
The Dip It Low singer splits her time traveling among New York, L.A. and Miami, where many of her relatives live. The single mother of one calls the docuseries “a diary of my life.” Expect to see some scenes in the Magic City.
How did Milian persuade execs over at E! to give her own show? Says Jeff Olde, the network’s programming and development executive vice president, in a statement: “She’s young, vibrant and a highly accomplished artist who has a hectic life balancing the glitz and glamour of celebrity, and the rough and tumble world of hip-hop, with the more relatable moments of being a mom, newly back on the dating scene, and trying to make things better for her family.”