Oh! Get it, get it!
She made this connection with her reality show back in 2002; people just sat back and took her in, so the real strength of her celebrity is her personality.
Yes, people laughed at her when she came out with some real clunkers. But they were laughing with her as well because she seemed so natural about it. And she's always been smart enough to laugh at herself.
The risk here is that another photographer gets a picture of her pushing her stroller down the street in L.A. and that undercuts the value of the official photo.
Being a celebrity is addictive. Britney would like to go back to being Britney one day.
[Us Weekly considers its core reader to be the] cool girl ... has the right outfits first and had all the information first.
Our readers love celebrities, ... We cover the aspects of celebrity that our readers can most relate to -- romance, engagement, marriage, babies, shopping. It makes celebrities much more accessible to our reader, which is what she wants.
No woman wants to dress like that, ... just like us.
It's part of the story arc that people want to follow. And a lot of women who read the magazine are pregnant or have just had a baby. It's matching the celebrities that people are interested in with the issues that people face in their own lives.
Pretty much, you want to have Brad and Angelina somewhere on every cover, I think. They're the ongoing Hollywood soap opera these days. Any new pictures of them are news.
It looked warm and intimate. You have direct eye contact. And you always strive to have big heads. You want to catch a woman's eyes when she walks past the magazine rack.
[The magazine has] always gone out of our way to omit photographs from the magazine if we were able to determine the photos came through means that were dangerous, ... After serious consideration over the last few days, we realized this has become a serious safety issue and US should address it.
Why does Vanity Fair put Paris Hilton topless on its cover? ... Is that different from Newsweek or Time, which puts Jesus on the cover like he's Jennifer Aniston ?
Not a day went by when he didn't make me laugh or give me some great advice.
As of right now, she has the last laugh.
Men just aren't viewed as sex objects in the same way that women are. Women don't think about men being naked in the same way that men think about women.
You show some cleavage on an actress. You make her look sexy. You make her look hot. She needs to be hot -- because in Hollywood, you have to be sexy to be a successful actress. You just have to be.
You can be cynical about it and say it ups the ante of celebrity uniqueness. But it does enhance the stature of a celebrity because it shows the person is open-minded and cosmopolitan enough to take in children with great needs from around the world.