Faces on the Newsstand: Cameron Diaz on Harper’s Bazaar, Zoe Saldana on Marie Claire, Rachel McAdams on Allure


Cameron Diaz is, according to Harper’s Bazaar’scover line, “41 and fabulous.” So it makes perfect sense that the actress would be on the glossy’s personal style issue toting, “great style for every age.” The star of Sex Tape continues to prove that she can do it all. Though, the cover story hasn’t surfaced online, we’re hoping it reads something along the lines her first published work, The Body Book, where Benji Madden’s girlfriend, offers ways to “love your amazing body,” with tips like eating the right carbs, steering clear of diets, and squeezing your glutes anytime and anywhere.” You know, so we can be 41 and fabulous, too.

Guardians of the Galaxy star, Zoe Saldana is preaching a different kind of self-love on the pages of Marie Claire. “I have been in relationships where a man has disrespected me, and I don’t need to be friends with that man anymore,” the August cover girl said. “I don’t want to be one going, ‘I’m cool, because I’m friends with all my exes.’ There is a reason why you’re called an ex. I crossed you off my list. Moving on. You cross a line, you need to know that you’re going to walk this earth knowing that there’s an individual who has no respect for you.” But on the flipside, when the love is good, it’s good, according to Saldana. “I don’t do ABCs,” she said of her relationship with her husband Marco Perego. “I do what my heart says, what my heart feels. So from the moment I met my husband, we were together. We knew.”

Rachel McAdams is sporting a fresh face on the cover of Allure magazine. It definitely doesn’t appear that she’s fazed by the news that her ex-boyfriend Ryan Gosling is expecting a child with Eva Mendes. This is McAdams’s first magazine cover in nearly two years but you can’t tell but natural beauty is definitely shining–in a good way.

Kristen Wiig isn't worried about being typecast. “It's not necessarily a bad thing,” Elle magazine's cover girl said. “You have to have some sort of context for a person to register in your brain, and I was introduced to the world as a cast member of SNL. But I've always wanted to do dramatic stuff, to write and direct, do a lot of different things. Comedy is where my heart lies, but there's also something really satisfying about being able to step away with a small crew, become a character and get to know her for a few months at a time.”