Lady Gaga better watch out, it looks like Tony Bennett might have a new leading lady. 

"I like Beyoncé so I'd like to do something with her," Bennett told PEOPLE at his 90th birthday celebration at NYC's Rainbow Room when we asked who he wants to work with next. 

"I think we're going to do that because I'm doing a major special for NBC about three months from now," he said. "She's a wonderful performer and a great person." 

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As incidents across the nation shed light on the complexities of race in America today, Oscar-nominated actress Gabourey Sidibe is sharing her own experience with racism. 

"As a black actress, I have a few social media accounts and every single day I deal with racist comments," Sidibe told PEOPLE at Monday night's New York City premiere of the second season of Hulu's Difficult People

"Not a day goes by that I don't have to block someone from calling me a fat n----," the actress revealed. "So I have to say, I'm not surprised by some of those bad reactions [to what happened last week]."

Sidibe, 33, reveals she received backlash when she responded to the police shootings of two black males in one week. 

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Sorry, Tom, you've been outdone. 

"John Travolta is my favorite costar of all time," says Cuba Gooding Jr., who won an Oscar for his performance alongside Tom Cruise in Jerry Maguire. The actor and Travolta are currently co-starring in FX's The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, in which Gooding Jr. portrays the infamous athlete while Travolta plays his lawyer Robert Shapiro. 

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People Magazine:  LuAnn de Lesseps' Fiancé Tom D'Agostino Speaks: 'I Never Dated Sonja or Ramona' 

People Magazine: LuAnn de Lesseps' Fiancé Tom D'Agostino Speaks: 'I Never Dated Sonja or Ramona' 

So much for "friends with benefits!" 

LuAnn de Lesseps' fiancé Tom D'Agostino, Jr. is setting the record straight about his past relationship with Ramona Singer and Sonja Morgan! 

"I don't watch the show, but I get different pieces here and there, and a lot of the stuff I have heard? It's so outlandish to me," D'Agostino told PEOPLE at Monday night's New York City premiere of the second season of Hulu's Difficult People (the Countess has a cameo!). 

"In terms of Ramona, we never dated," said the 49-year-old. "We went out a couple of times – maybe two or three times to dinner with some friends." 

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It's tough to stay grounded when you're surrounded by the drama of a reality show, but somehow The Real Housewives of New York City's Carole Radziwill manages to do it. 

"Because I really know who I am," Radziwill told PEOPLE of how she preserves her sense of self when surrounded by the chaos of the show. 

"There's humor in it. Sometimes I take it too seriously and I have to remind myself to put it into perspective and when I do I'm having a good time," she continued at Good Housekeeping and L'Oréal Paris' "50 Over 50" event Tuesday. "I don't mind hiding in a closet and eavesdropping, and doing silly things like that because the whole thing is kind of silly. It's six women having a sleepover and we're all 50. I just like to have fun with it."

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Don't expect to see Lizzy Caplan playing the "token female" anytime soon. On the contrary, it's the fact she wasn't playing the typical female character in an otherwise male cast that made her proud to be a part of Now You See Me 2

"I have to say, and this isn't even a straight up comedy—there's other stuff going on—but they gave me so much free reign to improvise and make the character as strange and odd as I wanted, and not the 2-dimensional token female role," Caplan told PEOPLE at the NYC premiere of the film about magicians. Unfortunately, this isn't the norm. 

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While Mike Birbiglia's new movie, Don't Think Twice, about a struggling improv group, fits perfectly in sequence with the first semi-autobiographical film he wrote/directed/starred in, Sleepwalk With Me, Don't Think Twice is "oddly not autobiographical. It is fictional," Birbiglia told PEOPLE at the NYC premiere of the film. 

At the same time, it is extremely factual for one of the stars of the film, Keegan-Michael Key. "It's pretty accurate," he told PEOPLE when asked how close the storyline came to his real life. 

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It was love at first sight for Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson – or at least for one of them. 

Hanks, 59, revealed that the first time he laid eyes on his future wife was when she guest-starred as a cheerleader on The Brady Bunch in 1972. 

"I was actually at a friend of mine's house when it aired and I remember thinking 'that girl's cute,'" Hanks told reporters at the N.Y.C. premiere of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, which the couple co-produced. 

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Jamie Lee Curtis knows the trophies don't make the person. 

On Monday, the Scream Queens star and children's book author celebrated the release of her new book, This is Me in New York City, which hits stores on Sept. 20. 

The book is about a teacher who tells her class about her great-grandmother's journey from her home to a new country with nothing but a small suitcase to bring along. The book asks young readers, "What would you pack? What are the things you love best? What says, 'This is me!'?" 

Naturally, we had to know what Curtis would pack. 

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Alzheimer's and dementia are no laughing matters, but if anyone knows how to find a smile in a serious situation, it's Seth Rogen, which is exactly what he did at the Hilarity for Charity event this Wednesday in New York City. 

Hilarity for Charity is a movement led by Rogen and his wife, Lauren Miller, to raise funds for and awareness of Alzheimer's disease.The couple founded Hilarity for Charity in 2012, shortly after Lauren's mother was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's. Throughout the year they throw events during which comedians and musicians entertain to help raise money to fight the disease. 

Rogen, 34, a self-proclaimed lazy man-child, readily admits he's the last person anyone would expect to run a charity organization. 

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Her character on Younger might have a soft spot for glamorous soirées, but in real life, actress Hilary Duff much prefers casual parties at home.

Duff joined Stella Artois to kick off their summer hosting campaign — “Host One to Remember” — in New York City, and talked to PEOPLE about her entertaining habits.

“I do love to entertain at my house and I like it when it’s a little casual,” she says. “I live in LA so I like to throw all my doors open and do indoor/outdoor.”

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Don't expect to see Lizzy Caplan playing the "token female" anytime soon. On the contrary, it's the fact she wasn't playing the typical female character in an otherwise male cast that made her proud to be a part of Now You See Me 2

"I have to say, and this isn't even a straight up comedy—there's other stuff going on—but they gave me so much free reign to improvise and make the character as strange and odd as I wanted, and not the 2-dimensional token female role," Caplan told PEOPLE at the NYC premiere of the film about magicians. Unfortunately, this isn't the norm. 

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Fifty is the new 30, and never has that been more evident than at Good Housekeeping and L'Oréal Paris' lively "50 Over 50" event during which a panel of accomplished over-50-year-olds spoke about #ThePerfectAge. 

The panel consisted of Carole Radziwill, Marlo Thomas, Vanessa Williams, Ali Wentworth and Ellen Levine. 

"Everything is really great about getting older," Radziwill, 52, told PEOPLE before the panel. "You're smarter, wiser, funnier, you don't take any crap, in a good way." 

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Former 'NSYNC member Joey Fatone insists he hasn't crossed over to the dark side by making a film with Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter, A.J. McLean and Howie Dorough. 

According to Fatone, uniting for Dead 7 wasn't a wild notion because the groups never had beef. "They tried to make it that way, but it was never really like that," the actor and singer, 39, told PEOPLE at the N.Y.C. premiere of another film he's in, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

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When Oprah Winfrey goes to church, opens the door and sees all the people – she sees some people with flaws. 

Not everyone of course, but Winfrey is the first to admit that just because someone's Christian doesn't mean they're perfect. 

"Do you not think people in the church are flawed?" Winfrey told PEOPLE at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of her new show Greenleaf. "That's why they're going." 

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Brad Pitt is mad – but don't worry, not at you. 

He's mad at the finance industry. 

"I'm angry," he tells PEOPLE at the New York City premiere of the upcoming film, The Big Short, which Pitt produced and plays a supporting role in. "I'm angry that so many people lost their homes," he adds. 

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If you insist on seeing every Oscar-nominated film before award night and also happen to be known for the legendary viewing parties you threw in high school, the thought of not hosting 2015's show might be scarier than Steve Carell's character in Foxcatcher. This story can have a happy ending, though: The fact that your dorm room is short on space shouldn't keep you from commemorating Hollywood's biggest night of the year. From easy apps to sneaky seating arrangements, here's how to plan an in-dorm Oscar party that will rival any Tinseltown shindig.

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Now that her divorce from Jason Hoppy and their custody battle over 4-year-old daughter Bryn are settled; her new book, I Suck at Dating So You Don't Have To, is about to hit the shelves; a few new Skinnygirl cocktails have been unveiled; and her budding relationship with financier Michael Cerussi is public, Bethenny is about to take another risk. No, it's not a marijuana line—she confirmed that's just a rumor. It's her return to RHONY.

"I missed my connection with the audience. They hadn't seen me in a while," Bethenny recently told REDBOOK at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival. "I missed the honesty, not being filtered, and being able to say what I want, which you can do at nighttime. On a daytime television talk show, you cannot express yourself," she says, referring to her daytime talk show, Bethenny, which was canceled after a short run. "I used to think there was some shame in being a reality star, and now I really take pride in it. It's kind of my genre, and I embrace it and I see it from a different perspective now." Well, we certainly couldn't be happier, because we did miss her blunt humor and inspirational storyline.

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Jane Fonda pointed out more than 30 years ago that women can be feminists and into exercise, but Lena Dunham is restating that idea when she talks about her new fitness routine. 

"I don't think anyone's gonna be like, 'You look so good it's ruined my life,' " she told PEOPLE of her recent exercise kick. "There's nothing anti-feminist about being healthy." 

Dunham, 28, was at a special screening at The Plaza Hotel in New York City for the HBO documentary she produced, It's Me, Hilary. 

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What do clogging and playing the saxophone have in common? They're both among Jennifer Garner's slew of hidden talents. 

And those aren't the only secret skills the actress and mom of three has up her sleeve. 

"Besides saxophone? Besides playing spoons? Besides clogging?" Garner responded when pressed about her hidden talents at the N.Y.C. premiere of her new film, Danny Collins, on Wednesday. "My cup runneth over with hidden talents," the 43-year-old promised. 

"Anything hillbilly I can do," she offered. 

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Legendary Oscar winner Al Pacino has no doubt left many fans in awe, but the actor is himself not immune to getting starstruck. 

He had what would prove to be a prescient encounter. 

"I met John Lennon once – it was great," Pacino revealed to PEOPLE Wednesday at the N.Y.C. premiere of his new film, Danny Collins, about a washed-up musician who finds a long-lost note from none other than Lennon himself. "I'll never forget that moment. You can't say that about many people," he added. 

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After her husband Jay Monahan died of colon cancer in 1998, Katie Couric has dedicated her life to keeping his memory alive in the work she continues to do for cancer research and education. 

On Tuesday, Couric – the co-founder of Stand Up 2 Cancer, the National Colorectal Cancer Research Alliance and the Jay Monahan Center for Gastrointestinal Health – attended a preview screening in N.Y.C. of the PBS documentary Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies, where she spoke out about her husband's legacy and her ongoing fight to prevent other from succumbing to the disease.

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It seems there is trouble in paradise ... we mean New York City. 

According to Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, star of The Real Housewives of New York City, there will be plenty of drama on the upcoming season, which is currently filming. 

It all starts with the return of Bethenny Frankel. While de Lesseps and Frankel get along well, she can't say the same for the rest of the cast. 

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People Magazine:  Lisa Vanderpump: 'I Had a Horrible Season Last Year'

People Magazine: Lisa Vanderpump: 'I Had a Horrible Season Last Year'

Lisa Vanderpump says she and her fellow Housewives have "turned a corner," but that doesn't mean The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star has forgotten what happened last year. 

"I had a horrible season last year," the veteran reality star, 54, tells PEOPLE at the launch of EVINE Live Friday in New York City. "They threw everything at me last year, the other women. It was nasty and it was mean-spirited." 

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Hollywood marriages often crash and burn, but rocker Jon Bon Jovi's has been soaring for 25 years. 

What's his secret? It's simple. 

"I got it right the first time," Bon Jovi told PEOPLE at Common Thread: An Acoustic Collection Music Series, an event he is curating with designer Kenneth Cole in New York City.

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The king of romantic comedies isn't actually that romantic. 

"I'm not really a believer in marriage," Hugh Grant told PEOPLE on Saturday at the New York City premiere of his latest movie, The Rewrite, hosted by The Cinema Society and Brooks Brothers. 

We can hear the hearts breaking all over the world. 

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For Rosie O'Donnell, leaving The View was just what the doctor ordered. 

The comedian suffered a near fatal heart attack in 2012 and has kept a firm eye on her health ever since. "My doctors were noticing that there was an uptick in my numbers since I started on the show," the co-host of ABC's The View told PEOPLE while premiering her new documentary Rosie O'Donnell: A Heartfelt Standup at the Athena Film Festival in New York on Saturday.

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Although Antonio Banderas plays a pirate in The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, it isn't a swashbuckling sea captain like Captain Hook who inspired him. He's a fan of Hook's nemesis, Peter Pan. 

"The first time I saw the Disney version, I was, I don't know, 6 years old. I remember it produced an incredible impression in me," the actor told PEOPLE at the New York City premiere of the Nickelodeon film on Saturday. "I dreamt about that character. I remember getting in bed and seeing myself flying over London."

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Sisterhood fans, rejoice! 

Amber Tamblyn and America Ferrera more than hinted at there being a third Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants movie at Friday night's New York City launch of Ferrera's husband Ryan Piers Williams's art exhibit, "Monsters and Landscapes." 

"It's actually very much in the works," Ferrera, 30, told PEOPLE. "There's a fifth book, and what's wonderful about it is, and the series to begin with, is that it's really raw and honest about friendship and how hard it can be and how it changes as you grow up." 

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Blake Lively might be a new mom, but she is clearly a seasoned trickster. 

"That bitch! She tricked me!" Amber Tamblyn told PEOPLE about how she found out that her Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants costar had given birth. 

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According to Jessica Chastain, Russell Crowe simply doesn't get it. 

The 37-year-old actress blasted the Australian actor for controversial comments he made last month when he declared that female actresses over 40 have just the same opportunities as men the same age or older. 

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Like any proud grandpa, Bill Clinton will use any opportunity to drop a mention of his new granddaughter. 

The former president was on hand Tuesday night at Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year gala to honor Little League champ Mo'ne Davis, baseball MVP Madison Bumgarner, L.A. Laker legend Magic Johnson, and Pete Frates, the former baseball player who started this summer's viral fundraiser, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. 

But Clinton managed to get in a few mentions of daughter Chelsea's daughter, Charlotte, who was born in September. 

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Redbook Magazine:  Kristin Chenoweth Opens Up About Her Recent Split And Why She's Still Single

Redbook Magazine: Kristin Chenoweth Opens Up About Her Recent Split And Why She's Still Single

Kristin Chenoweth is newly single, but she's not sweating it. She and her former boyfriend, movie producer Dana Brunetti, recently broke up “And I'm fine with saying it,” the Emmy-winning actress told REDBOOK in an exclusive interview.

Kristin, who after the split, was her same, notably chipper self, isn't mourning over the breakup. “It's a good thing, we're friends,” she told REDBOOK.

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Benedict Cumberbatch is making it really hard for adoring fans to stay mad about his recent engagement. 

When asked how he felt about breaking scores of hearts by proposing to theater director and actress Sophie Hunter, he replied, "Fine in the sense that I made one person's heart, the most important person's, happy," he told reporters at the New York City premiere of The Imitation Game Monday night. 

The premiere marked the couple's first public appearance since news of their engagement broke last week, which they shared the old-fashioned way, with an announcement in The Times

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Channing Tatum says his wife, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, is his rock. 

"She keeps us all sane," the actor, 34, told reporters Tuesday night at a screening of Sony Pictures Classics' Foxcatcher in New York City. "Jenna puts everything in perspective for me, always." 

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Just a week after attending pal George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's wedding weekend, Bill Murray hit up the Big Apple to promote his new film, St. Vincent

As for the funnyman's highlight of the star-studded Venetian nuptials? 

"My favorite part of the wedding was that those two people found each other in life," Murray told PEOPLE at the comedy-drama's New York City premiere Monday. "That was my favorite part of the wedding." 

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Millennials are arguably the most talked about generation ever. People are quick to group all twentysomethings into one category, frequently discussing everything from our failure to secure employment to our distaste for traditional corporate gigs to our tendency to hop from job to job. But, how does being a creative young person living in New York City impact the experience of trying to launch a career?

Heather Hamilton, founder of the film production company Pennigan Productions, became particularly curious about the difficulties that emerging New York artists face. What did she discover about the lives of those working their asses off to make it? Simply: It's hard. 

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Four hundred might be one of the only numbers that has a place in the dictionary. Its definition reads: “The social elite of a community.” But it wasn’t until the late 1800s that 400 had any real value.

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If you were hoping for a reunion of The Hills at Lauren Conrad's wedding, we have bad news for you. 
Whitney Port, Conrad's former costar and co-intern on the show, was unable to attend her pal's nuptials this past weekend. "I wasn't able to make it, I was here," Port, 29, told PEOPLE Wednesday at the LinkedIn Build Your Professional Brand event in New York City, where the Whitney Eve designer sat down with young entrepreneurs.

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Kim Kardashian's ex Reggie Bush tied the knot this weekend in San Diego. The Detroit Lions running back married professional ballroom dancer and choreographer Lilit Avagyan in front of 250 guests including famous faces like Cheryl Burke, Stacy Keibler, and, of course, Brody Jenner.

Jenner's attendance raised plenty of eyebrows since he notoriously skipped his stepsister's epic wedding, but still managed to make it to her ex's. But apparently, it was all just a major misunderstanding. The reality star tells People that he "had a very last-minute thing" which caused him to miss Kimye's Italian nuptials. "They didn't want to let people know about their wedding early in advance, and I had already booked gigs in Chicago and some other places, so I was already working," Jenner says.

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The details about Eric Johnson and Jessica Simpson's wedding keep rolling in! So far we've reported onSimpson's dress and hair, plus the couple's vows and venue, but we've recently found out even more scoop about the pair's California nuptials. From a wardrobe malfunction to the song that played while the couple exited the ceremony, let's recap the new tidbits we've learned.

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If you’re a mom, you know that Mother’s Day is the single 24-hour period when everyone’s actually out to make your life easier—and maybe breakfast in bed if you’re lucky. But really—does this day have to be such a one-off? Of course not. This year, we’re giving you moms a long-term Mother’s Day gift: 10 routine-streamlining apps that make every day easier, year round. 

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Chick flicks: The term that was once a cinematic put-down now speaks to a beloved genre. Nowhere in film is there such a celebration of female friendship, and this bonding and sisterhood is often depicted with a classic girls' night out scene. But, come to think of it, pretty much every girls’ night out movie moment is glamorous — yet painfully unrealistic. (Who's paying for all those drinks? How have these ladies danced on six-inch stilettos for the past six hours?) Our girls’ nights out involve way more wiping away wine mustaches and time spent hailing cabs. 

An epic night out, according to Hollywood, sounds like a hilarious hot mess, as seen here. Warning: We don’t suggest you try this at home…it probably won’t go as well as it does in the movies.

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Connie Britton might have a real cowboy Casanova on her hands!

The Nashville star was recently named a Goodwill Ambassador for poverty eradication and women’s empowerment by the United Nations, and has no fears that her 3-year-old son will help her pave the way.

“Oh my gosh, he’s surrounded by loudmouthed women all the time. He’s always learning about women,” Britton jokes to PEOPLE of teaching her son Yoby about female empowerment.

“I am actually really proud, I think he’s going to grow up with a real strong sense of how to treat women because he’s around them so much — especially powerful, strong women.”

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It might not be an 'NSYNC reunion tour, but we're getting closer! 

One former member of the boy band – JC Chasez – is hitting the road this summer in the North American arena tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Jesus Christ Superstar. 

Chasez, 37, will play Pontius Pilate in the resurrected '70s rock musical, along with Destiny's Child's Michelle Williams as Mary Magdalene, former Sex Pistol "Johnny Rotten" Lydon as King Herod, Incubus's Brandon Boyd as Judas, and Ben Forster, winner of the U.K.'s Superstar competition, as Jesus. 

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Emmy Rossum has some advice for women attracted to bad boys: "Stop!" 
The 27-year-old may play a Shameless character who's attracted to heartbreakers, but they're definitely not Rossum's type in real life. 
"I'm kinda more attracted to the nerd," she told PEOPLE at Real Simple's Beauty & Balance Botanical Cocktail party Saturday in New York City.

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Do you ever recognize a name but can’t figure out how you know it? Like Mary-Ellis Bunim, Ryan Murphy, and in this case, Marta Kauffman? It’s a name you saw weekly for 10 years, and now (if your schedule allows) four times a day. Yes, Marta Kauffman created Friends. Let us all give her a big thanks. 

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Since money doesn’t buy love, why spend a fortune on gifts this Valentine’s Day? Our guide of Cheap Valentine's Day Gifts proves that with a little digging and creativity, being romantic can actually be pretty inexpensive. To help you breeze through Valentine's Day without a lovers' quarrel, we’ve picked out 20 Valentine's Day-safe gifts that will ensure you’re still in a relationship come February 15th.

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Would you take career advice from a shoeless man with long scraggly hair and no college degree? Probably not. But what if we told you that same man invented the personal computer and founded a visionary tech company, which is now the leader in its field?

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Matt McGorry is a triple threat. He’s a bodybuilding champ, a fitness writer, and also…a very talented actor. Random, right? You may have noticed his absence from Men’s Fitness over the last few years. That’s because he’s taken on a new role, that of Officer John Bennett in Orange is the New Black,  Netflix's new hit TV series. Fitness to acting might seem like a big jump, but the former personal trainer made it look easy—and we had to learn how. Whether or not you’re interested in fitness or acting, follow Matt’s advice on changing careers if you’re ready to make a leap yourself. 

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This summer is filled with explosive action-flicks that define the term "blockbuster," but there are also a few worthwhile comedies thrown in the mix. For the run-down on what to see this summer, check out our summer blockbuster playlist, in order of their release.

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On February 12th, Men's Fitness attended a special NYC screening of the latest film in the Die Hard franchise, A Good Day to Die Hard. The fifth in the franchise, this film sends John McClane to Russia where he reconnects with his son, played by Jai Courtney.

The franchise is now 25 years old but Bruce Willis is as fit as he was in 1988 (not surprising), and we had to find out how he does it. We managed to tear this wisecracking action hero away from the die hard fans for a few minutes to discuss staying in shape, stunts, and women. Plus, we caught up with Jai Courtney, to find out what it was like to step into this iconic franchise. See what they have to say in our video from the red carpet. 

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If you could perform one amazing trick, what would it be? For the master illusionists in the new movie Now You See Me, pulling a rabbit out of a hat or slicing a girl in half just won't, uh, cut it.

These money-minded impresarios (played by Isla Fisher, Jesse Eisenberg, Dave Franco, and Woody Harrelson) are pulling off the impossible: Robbing a bank at each of their performances and showering their audiences with cash. FBI agents Mark Ruffalo and Morgan Freeman would shut down their act...if they could only figure out how the trick actually worked. 

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The 2013 TriBeCa Film Festival is underway and Men's Fitness is front and center on the red carpet to interview some of your favorite stars. One of the films featured, Ramin Bahrani's At Any Pricestars Zac Efron, Dennis Quaid, and Heather Graham and centers around a longtime farmer and his racecar driver son who don't see eye to eye. In fact it seems the only thing this constantly feuding father and son can agree on is their taste in women—both of them are sleeping with the drop-dead-gorgeous character played by the one and only Heather Graham. And who can blame them? The Boogie Nights star is still as smoking hot as she was when she rolled onto the big screen and into our hearts.

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Like many men, actor and comedian Steve Howey's weight has always fluctuated. But unlike most men, Steve basically has sex for a living. No, he's not a porn star. He's on the Showtime series Shameless, in which he plays one-half of a somewhat sex-crazed couple—and it isn’t as easy as you might think.

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The last time we saw Gerard Butler, he was begging Jessica Biel to take him back in a movie that made our girlfriends cry. (Yeah, we miss Leonidas, too.) But fear not! It seems the badass Butler, whose abs we envied in 300, is back with his latest film, Olympus Has Fallen. Butler plays secret service agent Mike Banning, who's in the midst of a White House takeover. As the only living agent left after a massacre—and of course the only one who conveniently knows almost all of the White House passwords—it's up to him to save the president, the president's son, and Morgan Freeman's ass (Freeman has to step in as acting president once POTUS is taken hostage). 

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In your mind, the best part of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is probably imagining what goes on behind the scenes when the shoot is taking place: a bunch of scantily clad models running around in the sand, it sounds like paradise. And during a recent interview, 2010 Swimsuit Issue cover model Brooklyn Decker made it clear to us that the real deal is, in fact, a lot like your fantasy.

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You probably know Jake Johnson as Nick Miller, the grumpy bartender from FOX's hit show, New Girl. But in real life, it's a completely different story. Johnson is actually a grumpy actor and a former bartender, who now plays one on TV. See the difference? Yea, we didn't either.

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You many not be as big of a Twilight fan as your 13-year-old niece, but after reading our interview with seductive vampire Nikki Reed from the Twilight Saga, you'll be running to see the latest film in the series.

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While our preteen years were filled with wonderful events, they couldn’t quite make up for all the scary ones. First kisses, secret clubs, and boy-band concerts were often overshadowed by puberty, bullies, and FOMO. At the time, it seemed like one of the only people who understood that was author Judy Blume. Somewhere in between after-school play dates and choosing a college, we were supposed to figure out how to, well, grow up. And it's safe to say that without her guidance, we probably would be a lot more messed up. 

The only thing that may have made those earlier years easier would have been seeing Blume’s relatable characters deal with prepubescence on the big screen. Luckily for the next generation, they can. This July, the first film based on a book written by the fairy godmother of adolescence,Tiger Eyes, will hit theaters nationwide. It might be a little late for us, but for the preteens of the future, Hollywood is doing them a solid. 

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If you didn’t follow the scandal, what you will learn from the new documentary The Armstrong Lie (spoiler alert) is that Lance Armstrong was taking performance-enhancing drugs throughout his entire cycling career, and has now been stripped of all seven of his Tour de France titles. Surprise! However, there are other lessons to be learned from Alex Gibney’s film, a lot of which can be applied to your life and career -- even if you're just part of the sag wagon, not the star cyclist of the pack. 

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Former Men’s Fitness cover guy and Two and A Half Men star Ashton Kutcher took the time to talk to us about his latest movie and his fitness routine at a New York screening of JOBS , the biopic about the life of iconic tech giant Steve Jobs. Directed by Joshua Michael Stern and co-starring Josh Gad as Jobs’ partner in crime Steve Wozniak, the movie depicts Jobs’ career from his early days at Reed College up to the launch of the iPod.

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When a movie opens with an elaborate comb-over and a hairy beer belly, you know you’re in for something…interesting. American Hustle completes director David O. Russell’s trilogy of films illustrating struggle, defeat, and re-invention, specifically his. Before The Fighter, Russell was considered the enfant terrible Hollywood directors. After on-set fights with actors including George Clooney (Three Kings) and Lily Tomlin (I Heart Huckabees), he was down-and-out. That was, of course, until Mark Wahlberg came around and saved the day — as one does — suggesting that Russell take on the director role for The Fighter. Of course, that film was such a critical success that it consequently erased much of his murky past. 

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