WHO BIT BEYONCE?! EXCLUSIVE Countess Luann MY BATTLE WITH ADDICTION Channing & Jenna ‘WE HAVE LOVINGLY CHOSEN T SEPARATEO ’ “ This beautiful woman... just fell into my life” —HARRY HowLove Changed Harry A PRINCE CHARMED! April 16, 2018 He lost his mom when he was 12 and struggled to find his way before meeting Meghan Markle. Inside Harry’s emotional journey ©2018 P&G NEW feel a LIGHT AS AIR finish in a FLASH Delightfully whipped for instant absorption. ‘When there are arguments or we’re compromising and in ways, it’s always like, “Well, let’s just go back to the Bible.” It’s the foundation for us.’ —CANDACE CAMERON BURE, on the secret to her 22-year marriage, to People ‘Oh, take the kids and leave for a couple hours.’ —JASON BIGGS, joking about the sexiest thing his wife can do for him, to People ‘When I realized that I was pregnant, I was like, “Oh my God. How am I going to play?” ’ Q&A Minnie Driver The Speechless actress, 48, stars in the new thriller Spinning Man ‘I wanted to go home and have sex that night and [he was] like, “Okay, don’t get [it] too messed up.” I was like, no guarantees, thanks.’ —CHRISTINA AGUILERA, on borrowing a wig from her hairstylist to use in the bedroom, to Paper Magazine ‘I lost my breath when I saw him.’ —RICKY MARTIN, admitting to love at first sight with husband Jwan Yosef, to Attitude ‘It’s hilarious to me that you can work for six years on a show, 120-something hours, and it gets boiled down to three seconds.’ —JAMES VAN DER BEEK, on his Dawson’s Creek ugly-cry face meme, to Entertainment Weekly What was the most challenging part of the production? We had this fight scene, and you’re shooting at night and you’re tired and it’s late. Anyone who’s been in a fight knows it’s exhausting getting angry! But it was also really fun. Describe your perfect day off. Being with my son [Henry, 9] and my boyfriend [Neville Wakefield] and his kids at my little tiny beach house and making a giant dinner with everyone sitting around watching a movie that I usually pick and then they all hate. How have you stayed grounded? My family and the incessant rejection in this job I have. You have to let it go or it will drive you crazy. —JULIE JORDAN (BIGGS) NOAM GALAI/GETTY IMAGES; (WILLIAMS) ZACH HILTY/BFA/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK; (CAMERON-BURE) TARA ZIEMBA/GETTY IMAGES; (DRIVER) JEAN-BAPTISTE LACROIX/AFP/ GETTY IMAGES; (AGUILERA) TRAE PATTON/NBCU PHOTO BANK/GETTY IMAGES; (VAN DER BEEK) RODIN ECKENROTH/WIREIMAGE; (MARTIN) KEVIN WINTER/GETTY IMAGES Why did you want to do this film? The calibration of this woman I play. She keeps her family together right up until the point where she explodes. It’s this really brilliant slow burn. —SERENA WILLIAMS, revealing her first thought after learning she was expecting, on Being Serena ! 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A p r il 1 6, 2 01 8 contents 40 On the Cover 40 PRINCE HARRY 17 BEYONCE 47 COUNTESS LUANN Vo l. 89 / No. 17 In Meghan Markle, Prince Harry found a soulmate who shares his passions and tamed his rebellious ways. 50 CHANNING TATUM & JENNA DEWAN TATUM This Week 17 SCOOP Who bit Beyoncé and more 47 COUNTESS LUANN The Real Housewife opens up about the night she was arrested for disorderly intoxication—and how it changed her life forever 50 CHANNING TATUM & JENNA DEWAN TATUM Why the couple are separating after nearly nine years of marriage 57 MYSTERY OF THE MISSING SCIENTIST Dr. Timothy Cunningham vanished one night after work, leaving behind all his belongings—and unanswered questions about his fate 69 HOLLYWOOD 64 CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: KARWAI TANG/WIREIMAGE; ROBYN TWOMEY; ISTOCK/GETTY IMAGES; KOURY ANGELO AT HOME Take a peek into Tyrese Gibson’s regal Georgia mansion—and more Through decades of ups and downs, hit ’90s girl group En Vogue has held on. ALSO IN THIS ISSUE 2 6 8 17 28 31 85 86 88 90 92 94 96 CHATTER MAIL STAR TRACKS SCOOP PASSAGES PEOPLE PICKS STYLE BEAUTY PETS HEALTH BODY SECOND LOOK ONE LAST THING 61 A Quiet Place star Emily Blunt on movies, marriage and what’s next. ON THE COVER Photograph by Chris Jackson/ Getty Images. Insets, from left: Jordan Strauss/ Invision/AP; Allison Michael Orenstein; Trae Patton/NBC/Getty Images 88 Expert advice for allergy sufferers looking to adopt a pet. PEOPLE April 16, 2018 5 mailbag For April 9, 2018 Mariska Hargitay I admire Mariska as an actress and as a woman. Out of a horrible nightmare, the Parkland students have shown just how strong and brave they are. They’ve successfully opened the eyes and ears of the world. I’m glad their voices are finally being heard. Sharon Johnson via people.com Pearl Melanson via people.com Roseanne Barr Guns aren’t the problem, allowing nuts to buy them is the problem. Stricter rules to buy guns are needed. Criminals buying guns is wrong. They are the problem, not the guns! She is part of the reason I switched to be a criminaljustice major! Taylor Marie via people.com ‘She is wonderful for bringing her cause to the front line’ Suzanne Glover via people.com Mariska Hargitay backlogs years ago. Thank you, Mariska, for making your documentary I Am Evidence and for shining a light on all the untested rape kits in collection facilities around the country. Melissa Patterson via e-mail Joelle Knopf via people.com I was amazed by the episode of SVU about rape kit She is such an inspiration. I love Mariska so much! UPDATE I loved the new episodes of the rebooted Roseanne. I hope it’s here to stay for a while! Shann Albright via people.com March for Our Lives Now is the time for change in this country so we can protect our kids. The future is theirs to make, with no more lives lost to gun violence. Get inTouch Write Letters to the Editor, People, 225 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10281-1008 E-mail email@example.com Fax 212-522-0794 Letters should include the writer’s full name, address and daytime phone number and may be edited for clarity and space. Customer service Call 1-800-541-9000 or e-mail service@people .customersvc.com International licensing and syndication requests E-mail syndication@ meredith.com Gracelyn D. via people.com Criminal Charges in Waterslide Death ‘DANGEROUS DESIGN FLAWS’ Authorities say more than a dozen people were injured on the ride before Caleb was killed and that it failed to adhere to most safety standards. 6 Sharon P. via people.com Anastasia O. via people.com Follow us on Twitter Long before 10-year-old Caleb Schwab was decapitated as he rode down the world’s tallest waterslide (People, Aug. 29, 2016), park officials knew the attraction was dangerous, authorities now say. Schlitterbahn Waterpark co-owner Jeffrey Wayne Henry and two employees, as well as two companies involved in building and operating the 17-story Verrückt in Kansas City, Kans., were indicted on March 21 on various charges, including reckless second-degree murder, in Caleb’s death. The allegations—denied by the accused—detail a “rushed” and irresponsible design process from the ride’s conception to its opening. Caleb’s dad, Scott Schwab, said in a statement, “While we as a family continue to mourn and heal, we thank the community for its continued prayers and support.” —ADAM CARLSON and CHRISTINE PELISEK @people Like us on Facebook facebook.com/peoplemag Follow us on Instagram @people CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: VICTORIA WILL; DAVID STRICKLAND/AP; JILL TOYOSHIBA/THE KANSAS CITY STAR/AP Mariska is awesome in her role as Olivia Benson on Law and Order: SVU, and I applaud her for her Joyful Heart Foundation. She is a superheroine! Whether anyone likes the real Roseanne Barr or not— she plays her character on Roseanne so well! I was a fan of the original series and am still a fan of the show to this day. As far as I’m concerned, the cast’s personal lives are really irrelevant to the show. “Literally no denying THEY ARE MINE,” Busy Philipps captioned a March 28 Instagram of her lookalike daughters Cricket Pearl, 4, andBirdie Leigh, 9. Sean and Catherine Giudici Lowe—who are expecting their second child—spent Easter with son Samuel Thomas, 20 months. CELEBRITY MINI-MES! From Easter outings to expanding broods, all the cutest family photos of the week Kanye West and Saint, 2, enjoyed an adorable father-son moment at the San Diego Zoo. Jessica Simpson and husband Eric Johnson sported their Sunday best, donning coordinating pastels and floral prints with son Ace, 4, and daughter Maxwell, 5, for Easter. 8 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE WWE star Mike “the Miz” Mizanin and wife Maryse welcomed their first child, daughter Monroe Sky Mizanin, on March 27. On March 27 professional surfer Bethany Hamilton and husband Adam Dirks announced the birth of their baby boy Wesley Phillip, who joins big brother Tobias, 2. Country music star Thomas Rhett and wife Lauren Akins got into the holiday spirit April 1, dressing their daughters— 2-year-old Willa Gray (second from right) and 8-month-old Ada James (left)—in matching bunny ears and flower shirts. Nearly one month after police were called to their home because of a domestic disturbance, Tori Spelling and husband Dean McDermott put family first, posing with their five kids (from left: Stella, 9, Finn, 5, Beau, 1, Hattie, 6, and Liam, 11) and the Easter Bunny at Westlake Valley Inn in New York. (SPELLING AND MCDERMOTT FAMILY) MICHAEL SIMON/STARTRAKS; (THE MIZ) SNAPS STUDIO PEOPLE April 16, 2018 9 StarTracks PADDLING THE DAY AWAY Hawaii, March 31 Christian Bale—on vacation with his wife of 18 years, actress Sibi Blazic— enjoyed a sunny day of kayaking. THINK PINK Beverly Hills, March 31 Tamera Mowry-Housley (left) celebrated with twin sister Tia Mowry-Hardrict at her bohemian-themed baby shower. Already parents to son Cree Taylor, 6, the former child star and husband Cory are expecting a daughter. Swift’s Reputation Stadium Tour kicks off on May 8 in Glendale, Ariz. POSING PROMSTYLE New York City, March 29 Tracy Morgan and wife Megan Wollover embraced at the premiere of his new TBS sitcom The Last O.G. 2004 A SWIFT SURPRISE Nashville, March 31 Taylor Swift shocked the 40-person crowd at the Bluebird Cafe when she joined singersongwriter Craig Wiseman onstage to perform acoustic versions of her hits “Shake It Off” and “Love Story”—and throw back shots of Fireball! “I played there for the ﬁrst time when I was 14,” the star, now 28, later wrote on Instagram. CLOCKWISE FROM BOTTOM LEFT: DIA DIPASUPIL/GETTY IMAGES; SPLASH NEWS; FAYE SADOU/MEDIA PUNCH/INSTAR IMAGES; JOHN SHEARER/GETTY IMAGES DON’T LET UNCONTROLLED MODERATE-TO-SEVERE ECZEMA HOLD YOU BACK k6DQRʐDQG5HJHQHURQ3KDUPDFHXWLFDOV,QF $OO5LJKWV5HVHUYHG86'$' Summary of Information about DUPIXENT® (dupilumab) (DU-pix’-ent) Injection, for Subcutaneous Use What is DUPIXENT? • DUPIXENT is a prescription medicine used to treat adults with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis (eczema) that is not well controlled with prescription therapies used on the skin (topical), or who cannot use topical therapies. • DUPIXENT can be used with or without topical corticosteroids. • It is not known if DUPIXENT is safe and effective in children. Who should not use DUPIXENT? Do not use DUPIXENT if you are allergic to dupilumab or to any of the ingredients in DUPIXENT. See the end of this summary of information for a complete list of ingredients in DUPIXENT. 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The most common side effects of DUPIXENT include: injection site reactions, eye and eyelid inflammation, including redness, swelling, and itching, or cold sores in your mouth or on your lips Tell your healthcare provider if you have any side effect that bothers you or that does not go away. These are not all of the possible side effects of DUPIXENT. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You may report side effects to FDA 1-800-FDA-1088. General information about the safe and effective use of DUPIXENT. Medicines are sometimes prescribed for purposes other than those listed in a Patient Information leaflet. Do not use DUPIXENT for a condition for which it was not prescribed. Do not give DUPIXENT to other people, even if they have the same symptoms that you have. It may harm them. This is a summary of the most important information about DUPIXENT. If you would like more information, talk with your healthcare provider. You can ask your pharmacist or healthcare provider for more information about DUPIXENT that is written for healthcare professionals. For more information about DUPIXENT, go to www.DUPIXENT.com or call 1-844-DUPIXENT (1-844-387-4936) What are the ingredients in DUPIXENT? Active ingredient: dupilumab Inactive ingredients: L-arginine hydrochloride, L-histidine, polysorbate 80, sodium acetate, sucrose, and water for injection Manufactured by: Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Tarrytown, NY 10591 U.S. License # 1760; Marketed by sanofi-aventis U.S. LLC, (Bridgewater, NJ 08807) and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Tarrytown, NY 10591) / DUPIXENT is a registered trademark of Sanofi Biotechnology / ©2017 Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. / sanofi-aventis U.S. LLC. All rights reserved. Issue Date: April 2017 STARS ON-SET! Street style! Hilary Duff (left) and Sutton Foster rocked some fabulous fashions on the set of Younger in New York City on March 27. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: JUN SATO/WIREIMAGE; PACIFIC COAST NEWS; GOTHAM/GC IMAGES; KARWAI TANG/WIREIMAGE; PAUL GROVER/SHUTTERSTOCK; PA IMAGES/SIPA Brie Larson hung out in a harness in L.A. on March 29 for 2019’s Captain Marvel, in which she stars as the superheroine. Actor, rapper and songwriter Jaden Smith (yep, his dad is Will) checked out a take for his latest project in Tokyo on March 29. Queen Elizabeth’s oldest granddaughter, Zara Tindall, who is pregnant and in her third trimester, impressed crowds outside the chapel with her high heels. A ROYAL EASTER OUTING! The British royal family gathered for Sunday service at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on April 1 Princess Kate, expecting baby No. 3 in April, dressed up her bump in a Catherine Walker coat and was all smiles when she arrived with Prince William. Queen Elizabeth attended the service solo, as her husband, Prince Philip, has been suffering from a hip problem. 13 StarTracks “The minute Oskar cries, Poppy comes booking it out of her room with a blanky or a bottle,” says Berkus. “We’re so grateful every second of the day just to have them both,” says Brent (left, with Berkus). The pair’s show, Nate and Jeremiah by Design, airs Saturdays at 10/9C on TLC. NATE BERKUS & JEREMIAH BRENT WELCOME A BABY BOY! Interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent welcomed their second child, son Oskar, on March 26. And the couple— who married in 2014—chose a surprising namesake for their baby boy: Berkus’s former partner Fernando Bengoechea, who died in the 2004 Sri Lankan tsunami. “His middle name was Oskar,” Berkus, 46, says of the poignant inspiration, which his husband, 33, suggested. “He’s a part of our love story,” explains Brent. “It’s such an important chapter in Nate’s life. So the idea that we can honor his memory in a beautiful way was exciting to us.” The couple, also parents to daughter Poppy, 3, couldn’t be happier with their “little tribe” of four. Adds Brent: “We’re having the most beautiful time.” —MACKENZIE SCHMIDT “We were right up in there,” says Berkus of the delivery-room experience. OskartM erkus Brenrch-B26, 2018 Ma 14 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE z. 8 lbs. 2 o ASHLEY BURNS PHOTOGRAPHY(4) cing I n t r o d uichael $,"č]-*č 9GYKNNIQVQCP[EQPVKPGPVCPFEQWPVT[sQPN[RCTVPGT YKVJPCVWTGoUMPQYNGFIGMGGRGTUVQDTKPI[QWVJGRWTGUV DQVCPKECNURQUUKDNG+VoUQWTYC[0CVWTGoU9C[QHJGNRKPI [QWNKXGJGCNVJKGT 8KUKVPCVWTGUYC[EQO)TQYVQFKUEQXGTOQTG CLEANS LIKE CLOR OX SMELLS LIKE ™ † See label for list of organisms. Use as directed. Now in the bathroom aisle APRIL 16, 2018 ALL T NEWSHE BUZZ & FRO HOLLY WOOM D WHO BIT BEYONCE? FROM TOP: KEVIN MAZUR/GETTY IMAGES; GABRIEL OLSEN/WIREIMAGE NOT SINCE TYSON VS. The Girls Trip star snapped a selfie with Beyoncé at a December party, where it’s rumored the nibble occurred. Holyﬁeld has a bite so captivated the world. When Girls Trip star Tifany Haddish, 38, revealed in a new GQ interview that a mystery actress “bit Beyoncé in the face” at Jay-Z’s private concert afterparty last year, the Internet—and Hollywood’s A-listers—went into overdrive in search of the unnamed culprit. Though actress Sanaa Lathan, 46, publicly denied she bit the entertainer, multiple sources insisted to Page Six that it was indeed the Love & 17 Scoop TOP SUSPECTS & THEIR DENIALS CHRISSY TEIGEN LENA DUNHAM GIRLS LOVE & BASKETBALL Status: Secret keeper Status: Definitely not Status: Likely not Status: Seriously? Status: Innocent Status: Telling the tooth? Teigen knows who bit Beyoncé, but she’s not spilling. “I AM NEVER TELLING I’m scared I’ve said too much KNOWLEDGE IS A CURSE!” she tweeted. After a media outlet accused Henson of being the biter, Haddish quickly nipped that rumor in the bud. “No, it wasn’t,” she wrote on Twitter. If Foster bit Beyoncé, she would fully own it. “Flattering that anyone thinks I could get this close to Beyoncé,” she wrote on Instagram. Paltrow likely wants no part of this story. After a fan guessed it was her, Teigen quickly clarified it wasn’t Paltrow: “No, I love her!” Dunham cleared her name on Twitter after some floated her as the biter. “As the patron saint of ‘She would do that...’ I didn’t,” she wrote on her social media account. “Under no circumstances did I bite Beyoncé and if I did it would’ve been a love bite,” she wrote on Twitter after fans pegged her as the biter. BARELY FAMOUS Basketball star who took a “playful nip” at Beyoncé’s chin. But has the toothy tale been embellished? Earlier this year rumors swirled that Haddish had been stricken from Queen Bey’s future invite lists after the actress went into detail on TV One’s Unscripted about an incident during which the singer, 36, allegedly warned an actress away from Jay-Z, 48. “If they’re tryna party with the queen / They gon’ have to sign a non-disclosure,” Beyoncé—who’s gearing up GOOP FOUNDER ‘THERE WAS THIS ACTRESS THERE THAT’S JUST, LIKE, DOING THE MOSTEST’ —HADDISH, ON THE ALLEGED BITER SANAA LATHAN for her headlining performance at the Coachella Music Festival this month—rapped on “Top Of,” her new collaboration with DJ Khaled, Jay-Z and Future that was released shortly after Haddish’s TV interview. However multiple sources say reports of strife between the women are overblown. “There’s no bad blood between them,” says a source close to Haddish. “Tifany loves stirring the pot, and Beyoncé gets it too. They both know how to get everyone talking.” —MELODY CHIU ABBY LEE MILLER HER LIFE AFTER PRISON After eight months in federal prison, Abby Lee Miller was released from custody—and the Dance Moms alum is slowly reclaiming her independence. “Abby seems like she’s adjusting well,” a source says of the reality star, 51, who last May was sentenced to 366 days in the Victorville Federal Correctional Institution for bankruptcy fraud. Upon her March 27 release, Miller was transferred to a court-appointed Los Angeles-area halfway house, where she is receiving employment counseling and financialmanagement assistance. Allowed to leave the facility only for preapproved outings, she has begun to reintroduce everyday excursions (a manicure, church on Easter Sunday) to her routine. Miller, who dropped 70 lbs. and passed a real estate class while incarcerated, is slated to leave the halfway house on May 25. “She’s looking forward to the next chapter of her life,” adds the source. —EMILY STROHM 18 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE Miller was in good spirits on her way to church in L.A. on April 1. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: MATT BARON/SHUTTERSTOCK; CINDY ORD/GETTY IMAGES; JIM SMEAL/SHUTTERSTOCK; JASON LAVERIS/FILMMAGIC; RICHARD SHOTWELL/INVISION/AP/SHUTTERSTOCK; AMANDA EDWARDS/WIREIMAGE; ALL ACCESS-SAF/SPLASH NEWS GWYNETH PALTROW ACRIMONY SARA FOSTER CRAVINGS AUTHOR TARAJI P. HENSON Scoop JENNIFER ANISTON & JUSTIN THEROUX CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: ELDER ORDONEZ/SPLASH NEWS; MATT BARON/BEIMAGES/SHUTTERSTOCK; EMMA MCINTYRE/GETTY IMAGES; GEORGE PIMENTEL/WIREIMAGE; CLAIRE FOLGER/ENTERTAINMENT STUDIOS; TED DULLY/THE BOSTON GLOBE/GETTY IMAGES MOVING ON AFTER SPLIT Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are both back in their comfort zones. For the Leftovers star, 46, that’s New York City, where he’s been spotted hanging with pals including Paul Rudd and actress Aubrey Plaza. (It’s not romantic, a Plaza source says: “They were meeting to discuss a potential project.”) Meanwhile Aniston, 49, took a vacation to the Brando resort on the late Marlon Brando’s private island in French Polynesia with Courteney Cox and Jimmy Kimmel to celebrate Kimmel’s wife Molly McNearney’s 40th birthday, says a source. Enjoying life with her friends, “Jen keeps doing her thing,” the insider adds. “She isn’t dating but hoping to eventually.” BARRY’S ANTHONY CARRIGAN ‘IF JUSTIN IS DATING, SHE DOESN’T WANT TO KNOW ABOUT IT’ —A SOURCE ON ANISTON Theroux (in N.Y.C. March 14) and Aniston (in 2015) announced Feb. 15 they were splitting after two years of marriage. When Anthony Carrigan first started acting, he worried his alopecia areata (an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss) would keep him from succeeding. “I was covering it up,” says the Boston native, 35. “I’d put on hair pieces and makeup.” Once he embraced his look, he scored roles on Gotham and most recently HBO’s Barry, about a hit man turned actor. “That fear,” Carrigan says, “was holding me back.” —DANAROSEFALCONE —PERNILLA CEDENHEIM JASON CLARKE Becoming a Kennedy “I met Ted once years ago; I shook his hand at a boat race,” says Clarke, who plays Kennedy (above in ’69) in Chappaquiddick (left). When Jason Clarke was tapped to play Ted Kennedy in the new drama Chappaquiddick—about the 1969 car crash that left Kennedy’s young passenger Mary Jo Kopechne dead at the bottom of a pond—the Australian actor immediately got to work nailing the late senator’s distinct Massachusetts drawl. “The Kennedys were very particular in constructing thought,” says Clarke, 48. “I used to love listening to their speeches, particularly the one Ted did at Bobby’s funeral. It’s amazing oratory.” In addition to perfecting the voice (with help from a dialect coach), Clarke got into character through research (including a visit to the accident site off Martha’s Vineyard) and a minor makeover. Says Clarke: “We decided not to go full prosthetics, but we had a wig, teeth— enough so that as soon as you see me, that’s Ted Kennedy.” —KARA WARNER PEOPLE April 16, 2018 21 CATCHING UP WITH... JOHN CENA A source says Affleck (with Shookus, in Hawaii) is “in a great place.” BEN AFFLECK & JENNIFER GARNER EASTER WITH THE KIDS ROSE FALCONE with Kara Warner 22 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE The WWE star, 40, stars in Blockers (inset, with Ike Barinholtz and Leslie Mann) and is engaged to Nikki Bella, 34 (right). Kym Johnson Herjavec and her husband, Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec, are looking forward to welcoming their twins—a boy and a girl—any day now. “I’ve always wanted to be a mom, and I wasn’t sure if it was going to happen,” says the Dancing with the Stars pro, 41, who wed Herjavec, 55, in 2016, then conceived via in vitro fertilization last year. “It is such a miracle.” Morning sickness aside, the dancer has loved her pregnancy—and feeling her babies kick. “They’re active,” she says. “And they’re so big, they’re fighting for room!” —AILI NAHAS Kym and KYM JOHNSON HERJAVEC Getting Ready for Twins! Robert met when they were partnered on Dancing with the Stars. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: GREGORY PACE/BEI/SHUTTERSTOCK; CROCKY-FLIGHTRISK/BACKGRID; RICH FURY/GETTY IMAGES; QUANTRELL D. COLBERT/UNIVERSAL PICTURES; STARPIX/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK; DAVID LIVINGSTON/GETTY IMAGES; GLENN NUTLEY Spring break meant family fun in the sun for amicable exes Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner. She flew with kids Violet, 12, Seraphina, 9, and Samuel, 6, to Hawaii, where Affleck is shooting Triple Frontier, and the fivesome visited Oahu’s Sea Life Park on March 31. “They had the best time,” a witness says. “The kids were very interested in learning about the animals.” Garner, 45, also spent time with a female friend while the kids hung with their dad, 45. “As long as Ben keeps working on himself, Jen is happy,” says an insider. “She will continue to support him because it benefits the kids.” Meanwhile, Affleck and his girlfriend, Saturday Night Live producer Lindsay Shookus, 37, are going strong: She joined him in Kailua for a few days before Garner’s trip, and the pair were even spotted kayaking. They’re “in a committed relationship” but “not rushing anything,” says the Affleck source. “They make a point to enjoy every moment.” —DANA You appeared in Trainwreck; now you’re in the new comedy Blockers, playing an overprotective dad. What’s your secret for getting laughs? I think a lot of comedy is in the ability to laugh at yourself. I don’t care about looking cool or tough—I just want to make a good project. Your bare butt makes an appearance in Blockers—how do you keep it camera-ready? One word: squats. They’re my favorite. You’re engaged to fellow wrestler Nikki Bella. Do you have any say in the wedding planning? I’m involved, but I’m like the last checkpoint. I’m excited, but I want the day to be important for Nicole. I know we’ll have a wonderful future together. You’ve said you don’t want kids. Has your thinking on that changed now that you’ve played a dad? It’s certainly changed. This movie helps with that—and working on my relationship with my bride-to-be helps with that. It’s amazing what you can accomplish if you just sit down and talk with people. —KARA WARNER E R I T N E Y DB E ST HO c BA E R M ® Y N EA SNE D AL CHE DI N Y AR SO N N JA KEN ON P : W R O • J A T • AN ETT N • ERT BIG PE Y P B E R H O A E B S R CKS LAM ITTL O K T LU MA N JA DA • L D E O N L S • TH ALA IRA ON I U R M RKS E D OR E • • H Y A N • I S C EN M A L TLE INA CL I Y G EN LA LL AR M EOR KS B N A KE E N • DA G DIER UR AN • O I A T B EL LOR I • • L UR H N F S I H N KE A • LLER OW KEIT A BL EXH BA E BR • E R LSEA KAN LLUM B E BE KE EB T N YA D LA S 7C A G 8/ E V 5 1 L I M R O R AP S F B E Y V C LI A G D N SU S A L ©2018 CBS Broadcasting Inc. Scoop HELEN HUNT READY FOR A MAD ABOUT YOU REBOOT KENDRA WILKINSON & HANK BASKETT CALLING IT QUITS “Reboot or no reboot, we have lunch once a month,” Hunt, 54, says of Reiser almost 19 years after the Mad About You finale. RYAN REYNOLDS & BLAKE LIVELY Social Media Sweethearts THE COUPLE, WHO MARRIED IN 2012, LOVE TO TEASE EACH OTHER ONLINE. BELOW, SOME OF THE BEST JESTS Birthday Humor To honor the actress’s 30th birthday in August, Reynolds, 41, shared a shot with his “amazing wife” nearly cropped out. Proud-ish Dad On Jan. 24 the father of daughters James, 3, and Ines, 18 months, equated the joy of Ines’s birth to “finding 5 bucks in an old pair of pants.” Slamming Scuttlebutt The Deadpool star responded March 31 to a tabloid headline claiming he and Lively were drifting apart by quipping he could “use a little ‘me’ time.” After nearly nine years of marriage, two kids and one cheating scandal, it’s over for Playboy modelturned-reality-star Kendra Wilkinson, 32, and retired football player Hank Baskett, 35. “They never thought it would come down to this,” says a source close to the couple, who share son Hank IV, 8, and daughter Alijah, 3. “They fought hard for their marriage.” The duo, who wed in 2009, weathered the storm in 2014 when Hank allegedly had a tryst with a model while Wilkinson was pregnant, but an insider says things were never the same afterward: “They had a lot of issues. It was just never the fairy tale she wanted.” —MELODYCHIU withChristinaDugan (HUNT) FROM TOP: FREDERICK M. BROWN/GETTY IMAGES; MICHAEL TIGHE/NBCU PHOTO BANK/GETTY IMAGES; (BASKETT AND WILKINSON) EMMA MCINTYRE/ GETTY IMAGES; (LIVELY AND REYNOLDS) FROM LEFT: KRISTIN CALLAHAN/ACE PICTURES/SHUTTERSTOCK; GEORGE PIMENTEL/WIREIMAGE In the movie The Miracle Season you play Kathy Bresnahan, an Iowa girls’ volleyball coach who led a high school team to the state championship after their star player died in a moped accident. The story is undeniably beautiful. We made it before the world was trying to wake up to what women go through. We know we need it now. Is there any truth to rumors of a Mad About You reboot? We’re hoping to do it! I’m not sure it’ll happen, but we’re hoping. I have remained very, very close friends with Paul [Reiser]. We’ll be older, though—I hope people are prepared for that. I’m not prepared for it! Your daughter Makena Lei is 13 now and has a small part in The Miracle Season. Is she interested in your past work? She’s never seen an episode of Mad About You! I keep thinking Twister would be fun, but I have not gotten around to making her sit through a Helen Hunt Film Festival. It seems so creepy to me! —ALERUSSIAN “I have to get strong for my kids,” Wilkinson said in a teary Instagram video. Haven’t checked my phone in 27 dunks. Uncommonly Good ® Scoop SNOOKI RONNIE The cast in 2010 DEENA PA U LY D JWOWW THE S I T U AT I O N Jersey Shore Family Vacation, a Miamibased reboot, premieres April 5 on MTV. VINNY THE CAST OF JERSEY SHORE WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 5 YEARS AFTER JERSEY SHORE ENDED, THE FIST-PUMPERS ARE BACK FOR MORE WILD TIMES IN A HOUSE TOGETHER —AURELIE CORINTHIOS RONNIE After Jersey Shore made him famous, Ronnie OrtizMagro, 32, stuck with the reality TV scene, doing a stint on E!’s Famously Single in 2017. Now he’s single no more and expecting a daughter with girlfriend Jen Harley this month. As for his ex-girlfriend Sammi “Sweetheart” Giancola, who skipped the reunion show? “It worked out better for me because it was less drama,” he says. “Who wants to live in a house with their ex?” PAULY D 26 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE JWOWW Even though she calls this “the best season yet,” Jenni “JWoww” Farley, 33, says being separated from her family—hubby Roger Mathews, daughter Meilani, 3, and son Greyson, almost 2—wasn’t easy. “I didn’t deal with it well,” says Farley, who has done other reality TV since Jersey Shore ended. “To be away from them for that long was difficult. When I got to go home for a couple of days, I hugged them so tight.” DEENA When Deena Cortese joined the cast in season 3, she fit right in with the Seaside Heights crew, and she says the magic hasn’t worn off. “It’s the exact same dynamic, except our hangovers are a lot worse,” says Cortese, 31. Since marrying her boyfriend Chris Buckner last fall, now she mostly hosts club events, and she says she has serious baby fever: “I can’t wait to have a little meatball running around!” THE SITUATION Forget “the Situation”— now Mike Sorrentino’s costars call him “the Inspiration.” After a yearlong battle with prescription-medication abuse, Sorrentino, 36, is 28 months sober. Though he’s also awaiting an April 25 sentencing for a 2014 taxfraud charge (and faces up to five years in prison), he’s looking forward to receiving “closure” and focusing on his recovery. “I worked so hard to turn my life around,” he says. WHERE’S SAMMI? Sammi “Sweetheart” Giancola, 31, wrote on Instagram that she chose not to participate in the reboot in order to focus on her businesses and avoid “potentially toxic situations.” Though disappointed, the cast is supportive. “We missed our Sam, but it was the best decision for her,” says Cortese. Giancola recently cohosted a podcast, Just Sayin’, and owns an online fashion boutique. VINNY Once a mama’s boy, always a mama’s boy. After Jersey Shore ended, Vinny Guadagnino, 30, landed a show on the Cooking Channel with his mom and launched his own online clothing line—but he finally moved out of Mom’s house and into a place of his own. This season, he’s in a relationship and is excited for fans to see “a different side of me—I’m not going to be bringing home different girls every night!” CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: MTV(2); ANDREW TOTH/GETTY IMAGES Pauly “DJ Pauly D” DelVecchio, 37, is still rocking the pouf and hitting the club. The professional deejay regularly plays in Vegas, either at residencies or one-off parties. He’s also the only single cast member, but while he’s still looking for the one, his main focus is his 4-year-old daughter Amabella. “She’s a little Mini-Me,” he says. “I got her a deejay room. She’s scratching records already!” SNOOKI Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, 30, was the undisputed star of the original show. (Her signature look was the most popular Halloween costume of 2010.) Now married to Jionni LaValle, she’s continued filming reality shows, most notably Snooki and JWoww, and says the hardest part of the reunion was being away from son Lorenzo, 5, and daughter Giovanna, 3. “I basically cried in the shower every morning.” Sensitive skin: find your zen with AVEENO. ® Fragrance-free Ultra-Calming Hydrating Gel Cleanser, enriched with Nourishing Oat, helps rebalance irritated, sensitive skin. Its soap-free formula gently removes dirt, oil, pollutants and makeup without disrupting skin’s delicate moisture barrier. © J&JCI2018 • Eric Decker and Jessie James Decker on March 27. Teen Mom OG’s Ryan Edwards, 30, and Mackenzie Standifer, 21, are expecting their first child together. Edwards is already dad to Bentley, 9, while Standifer has a 4-year-old son, Hudson—both from previous relationships. ON THE MEND Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, 70, is Country singer Jessie James Decker, 30, and her husband, NFL player Eric Decker, 31, welcomed their third child, a boy named Forrest Bradley, on March 31. He joins sister Vivianne, 4, and brother Eric, 2. Total Divas star Maryse Ouellet Mizanin, 35, and her husband, WWE wrestler Mike “the Miz” Mizanin, 37, had their first child, daughter Monroe Sky, recovering and in “good spirits” following an emergency operation after complications arose during a planned heart-valve replacement on March 29. • DEATHS Saoirse Ronan, 24 April 12, 1994 Winnie MadikizelaMandela, a controversial anti-apartheid activist and ex-wife of South Africa’s first black president, Nelson Mandela, died on April 2 in Johannesburg. She was 81. Rusty Staub, • Sarah Michelle Gellar, 41 April 14, 1977 Emma Watson, 28 April 15, 1990 73, a former MLB player known for his incredible hitting, died of a heart attack on March 30 in West Palm Beach, Fla. New York-based bridalcouture designer Amsale Aberra, 64, who made gowns for celebs including Julia Roberts, Salma Hayek and Halle Berry, died of uterine cancer on April 1 in New York City. • REVEALED Former Disney Channel actress Alyson Stoner, 24, opened up about her sexuality in an essay for Teen Vogue on March 30, HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Winnie Madikizela-Mandela Dax Shepard The actor, 43, is helping to promote early screening for prostate cancer By Jessica Fecteau Why ICare My stepfather has prostate cancer and is currently in PERSONAL STORIES hospice, so when I learned in 2017 that my close friend ABOUT GIVING works with the Prostate Cancer Foundation, I told her BACK I would be happy to help spread the word about the organization and the importance of early detection. I made some videos with Funny or Die, and I’ve raised awareness on talk shows. One in nine men gets diagnosed with prostate cancer, and someone dies of it every 20 minutes, but men seem reticent to do the digital rectal-exam screening and talk about the issue for fear of appearing vulnerable. The PCF has raised more than $700 million and funded more than 2,000 research programs. They’ve brought effective medicines to the market, and they believe that they will wipe out prostate cancer in five years. People can help by donating money to continue the research. Men who are over 40 really need to be making this a part of their yearly physical. And if you have a man in your life, I ask you to urge him to get screened for this. For more information, go to pcf.org –REPORTED BY BRIANNE TRACY 28 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP RIGHT: VALERIE MACON/AFP/GETTY IMAGES; MUJAHID SAFODIEN/AFP/GETTY IMAGES; STHANLEE MIRADOR/SIPA; RICK DIAMOND/GETTY IMAGES BABIES writing, “I, Alyson, am attracted to men, women, and people who identify in other ways.” THE MOTHER OF ALL DESIGN SHOWS IS BACK. 2 Neighbors. 2 Days. $2,000. SATURDAYS 8 7c Not a low calorie beverage. EDITED BY TOM GLIATTO FOR MORE NEWS ABOUT MOVIES, TV, MUSIC AND BOOKS, GO TO PEOPLE.COM A DOZEN COOL THINGS TO SEE, HEAR, READ AND DOWNLOAD THIS WEEK Barinholtz (left), Cena and Mann in a hilariously vulgar prom-com. 1 Parents go into overdrive when their girls wanna have the wrong kind of fun COMEDY Teen besties Julie, Kayla and Sam (Kathryn Newton, Geraldine Viswanathan and Gideon Adlon) are nice, smart, completely engaging high school seniors who decide to go wild at the prom: Each vows to lose her virginity. (It would be a spoiler to reveal why the challenge is greatest for Sam. For most girls a prom date in a porkpie hat would be enough of a deal-breaker.) Parents Lisa, Mitchell and Hunter (Leslie Mann, John Cena and Ike Barinholtz) are verklempt as their angels head out—then Lisa notices that Julie’s open laptop keeps dinging with the girls’ text messages. To the grown-ups, the emoji are as inscrutable as hieroglyphics (what could “eggplant” mean?), but it’s hard to misread #sexpact2018. They crash the prom (and quite a few other things) to quash that hashtag. Blockers is so well-written and -acted, and so winningly sweet, it probably didn’t need all the OMG shock jokes, but they’re yawpingly funny anyway. Blockers is like American Pie meets Clueless, and it’s terrific. (April 6, R) No. QUANTRELL D. COLBERT/UNIVERSAL PICTURES Blockers MOVIE PEOPLE April 16, 2018 31 At long last love? Not when Haddish and Morgan reunite. TV COMEDY After serving 15 years in jail for a drug bust, Tray (Tracy Morgan) returns home to discover his Brooklyn neighborhood gentriﬁed almost beyond recognition. His ex-girlfriend (Tifany Haddish) is now married to a dweeby white professional (his work, she proudly tells Tray, includes writing voiceovers for Anthony Bourdain), and she also has two teenage children Tray never knew about. The series, co-created by Get Out Oscar winner Jordan Peele, follows Tray as he tries to adjust to his new life and reconnect with his family—with results funny, heartfelt and sometimes stinging. The show is a homecoming for Morgan too, four years after his terrible limo-bus accident. Welcome back! (TBS, Tuesdays, 10:30 p.m.) No. No. 3 MUSIC Various Artists, Restoration and Revamp COUNTRY-POP These two albums—both star-studded collaborations—pay homage to hitmaker extraordinaire Elton John. Restoration is loaded with top-notch country renditions, including Maren Morris’s wrenching take on “Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters.” The pop-oriented Revamp is less consistent, though Florence + the Machine’s “Tiny Dancer” impresses. (April 6) Mary J. Blige sings Sir Elton’s 1976 single “Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word.” CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: FRANCISCO ROMAN/TBS; TIM MOSENFELDER/GETTY IMAGES; JOHN RUSSO 2 The Last O.G. If You Purchased Aggrenox® or Generic Aggrenox® A Class Action Settlement Could Affect You A proposed $54 million settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit regarding the prescription drug Aggrenox® (aspirin/extendedrelease dipyridamole). The lawsuit claims that Defendants Boehringer Ingelheim and Teva Pharmaceutical hurt competition and violated state laws by delaying the availability of allegedly less-expensive generic versions of Aggrenox®. Defendants deny any wrongdoing. Pacino (center) as a coach who’s about to be benched forever. No one is claiming that Aggrenox® or its generic equivalent is unsafe or ineffective. Who is included? You are a Consumer Class Member if you: Purchased and/or paid for Aggrenox® or generic versions of Aggrenox®, In the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Arizona, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon (2010 or after), Rhode Island (purchases after July 15, 2013), South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin For consumption by yourself or your family, )URP November 30, 2009 WKURXJK December 22, 2017. You are NOT a Class Member if you paid a flat co-pay (consumers who paid the same co-payment amount for brand and generic drugs), if you pay a flat co-pay for generic prescriptions and did not purchase Aggrenox® before July 1, 2015, or if you purchased or received branded or generic Aggrenox® through a Medicaid program only. 4 Paterno Winning isn’t everything—it may even be tragedy DRAMA Al Pacino’s voice is an ugly one— the words emerge in a uneven blare, now raspingly sharp, now muled, as if being blown out of a dented bugle packed with horsehair— but it’s a unique instrument. It externalizes monologues meant to be kept internal. He’s Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, collapsing in the aftermath of the sex-abuse scandal involving his former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky. Pacino’s Paterno refuses to acknowledge to himself exactly what he knows, while signaling to us—with despairing honks and howls—that he knows everything.(HBO, April 7, 8 p.m.) No. TV What do the settlements provide? The Defendants will pay a total of $54 million into a Settlement Fund to settle all claims in the lawsuit brought on behalf of consumer and health insurers known as third-party payors. Clarke plays Ted Kennedy, and Kate Mara is the doomed Mary Jo. Class Counsel will ask the Court to award attorneys’ fees in an amount not to exceed one-third of the Settlement Fund, plus interest, litigation expenses and incentive payments to the Class Representatives. After these deductions, the remainder of the Settlement Fund will be distributed pro rata to Class Members who file a valid claim form. The amount of money you are eligible to receive will depend on how much you (and other consumers) paid for Aggrenox® or generic versions of Aggrenox®. How do I get a payment? You must submit a Claim Form by September 14, 2018 to be eligible for a payment. See below. For more information and a Claim Form: Visit www.InReAggrenoxAntitrustLitigation.com or call 1-800-494-2165. No. 5 Chappaquiddick MOVIE DRAMA Young readers may think Chappaquiddick is a vacation lodge, so let’s explain: On a July night in 1969, on Chappaquiddick Island, Sen. Ted Kennedy drove of a bridge and into the water. Ted escaped the car, but passenger Mary Jo Kopechne was trapped. Rather than go to the authorities, a panicked Ted consulted his inner circle. After Mary Jo was discovered drowned Ted set to work on the more important task of rescuing his career. Jason Clarke’s Ted is pathetic, the rare weasel with chiseled jaw, but his instinctive wiliness is impressive: When there is no high road, have your crew build a low one fast. This is one of the most damning movie portrayals ever of an American politician. (April 6, PG-13) FROM TOP: ATSUSHI NISHIJIMA/HBO; CLAIRE FOLGER/ENTERTAINMENT STUDIOS What are my other rights? If you do not want to be legally bound by the Settlement, you must exclude yourself. The exclusions deadline is May 11, 2018. If you do not exclude yourself, you will not be able to sue the Defendants for any claim relating to the lawsuit. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to the Settlement by May 11, 2018. The Court will hold a hearing on July 19, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern time to consider whether to approve the Settlement, a request for attorneys’ fees, expenses and incentive awards. The Court has appointed attorneys to represent the Class. You or your own lawyer may ask to appear and speak at the hearing at your own expense. These deadlines may be amended by Court Order, so check the litigation website noted below. FROM LEFT: HBO; JONNY COURNOYER/PARAMOUNT PICTURES No. 6 Vice TV DOCUMENTARY Season 6 of the news magazine kicks of with Michael Kenneth Williams (The Wire, Boardwalk Empire) fronting an investigation into America’s juvenilejustice system—the U.S.A. has the world’s highest incarceration of kids, the result of a misguided attempt to keep “superpredators” of the streets. The episode suggests positive alternatives—mentoring, for one— and ofers intriguing notions about the psychology of the young “criminal” mind: Is the adolescent brain, despite its moral understanding, too unformed to comprehend how an impulsive, reckless action can change a life’s course right on to the grave? Williams is a ﬁne guide—tough, sad, engaging. When one teen convict tells Williams his age, he jokes: “I got socks older than 16 years old.” (HBO, April 6, 11 p.m.) Williams (right) with his nephew Dominic Dupont, who was pardoned and released from prison in late 2017 after serving 20 years of a murder sentence. Krasinski has to shut up to survive. No. 7 A Quiet Place MOVIE HORROR Shhhh. Be very quiet—because if you make a sound, a monster will ﬁnd you and eat you. You won’t even want to munch your popcorn too loudly while watching this clever, tense B-movie about a couple (director John Krasinski and his real-life wife, Emily Blunt) trying to protect their family. Can they and their kids stay silent? It’s one terrifying parenting challenge.(April 6, PG-13) For more on Blunt, see page 61. If You Purchased Solodyn® and/or Its Generic Equivalent You Could Get Money From A Class Action Lawsuit Settlement A proposed $23 million settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit involving the antibiotic drug Solodyn®. The lawsuit claims that Medicis Pharmaceutical Corp., Impax Laboratories, Inc., Lupin Limited, Lupin Pharmaceuticals Inc., and Sandoz Inc. (the “Defendants”) violated state competition (i.e. antitrust and consumer protection) and unjust enrichment laws by agreeing not to compete with each other and keeping lower-cost generic versions of Solodyn® off the market. The Defendants deny this. No one is claiming that Solodyn® is unsafe or ineffective. What does the settlement provide? To settle the lawsuit, Medicis Pharmaceutical Corp. has agreed to pay $23 million into a Settlement Fund to settle all claims in the lawsuit brought on behalf of consumers and health insurers known as third-party payors. Class Counsel will ask the Court to award attorneys’ fees in an amount not to exceed one-third of the Settlement Fund, plus interest, litigation expenses and incentive payments to the Class Representatives. After these deductions, the remainder of the Settlement Fund will be distributed pro rata to Class Members who file a valid claim form. The amount of money you are eligible to receive will depend on how much you (and other consumers) paid for Solodyn® or generic versions of Solodyn®. Who is included? Generally, you are included in the Classes if you purchased, paid and/or provided reimbursement for some or all of 45mg, 55mg, 65mg, 80mg, 90mg, 105mg, 115mg, and/or 135mg Solodyn® and/or its generic equivalent prescription in AL, AK, AZ, AR, CA, FL, HI, ID, IL, IA, KS, LA, ME, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OK, OR, RI, SD, TN, UT, VT, WA, WV, WI, WY, DC and PR, in tablet form, from July 23, 2009 through February 25, 2018, inclusive. Certain third-party payors are also members of the Classes. You are NOT a member of the Classes if: you paid a “flat co-payment” for all of your prescription drug purchases regardless of whether they are brand or generic; you are one of the Defendants or an officer, director, manager, employee, subsidiary, or affiliate of any Defendant(s); you purchased only directly from Defendants or for resale purposes; you purchased or received Solodyn® or its generic equivalent only through a Medicaid program; you are a Pharmacy Benefit Manager, or you are the judge in this lawsuit or a member of the judge’s immediate family. How do I get a payment? You must submit a Claim Form by -XO\ 3, 2018 to be eligible for a payment. The Claim Form, and instruction on how to submit it, are available at www.SolodynCase.com or by calling 1-800-332-7414. What are my other rights? If you are a Class Member, you may comment on or object to the proposed Settlement. To do so, you must act by May 28, 2018. Details on how to comment or object are at www.SolodynCase.com. SAVE LIVES NOW JOIN THE BATTLE AGAINST CANCER TODAY MARVEL STUDIOS’ AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR IS TEAMING UP WITH STAND UP TO CANCER AND AMERICAN AIRLINES TO FACE THEIR MOST POWERFUL ENEMY YET. YOU TOO CAN JOIN THE FIGHT BY FUNDING CANCER RESEARCH THAT HELPS SAVE LIVES NOW. DONATE $25 OR MORE TO STAND UP TO CANCER AND YOU’LL RECEIVE 10 AMERICAN AIRLINES AADVANTAGE® MILES FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU GIVE. VISIT STANDUPTOCANCER.ORG/AMERICANAIRLINES TO JOIN THE BATTLE AGAINST CANCER AND TO LEARN MORE. PICTURED: MEMBERS OF MARVEL STUDIOS’ AVENGERS ALONG WITH CANCER FIGHTERS DR. PHIL SHARP AND AMERICAN AIRLINES TEAM MEMBER, SHANDRA FITZPATRICK. The Court will hold a hearing tentatively set for 2:00 p.m. on July 11, 2018, to consider whether the Settlement and all of the terms are fair, reasonable, and adequate. These deadlines may be amended by Court Order, so check the litigation website noted below. For More Information or to Request a Claim Form Visit www.SolodynCase.com Call 1-800-332-7414 STAND UP TO CANCER IS A DIVISION OF THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY FOUNDATION, A 501(C)(3) CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION. AMERICAN AIRLINES AND THE FLIGHT SYMBOL LOGO ARE MARKS OF AMERICAN AIRLINES, INC. © 2018 AMERICAN AIRLINES, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR IN THEATERS APRIL 2018 Macfadyen and Atwell are at loggerheads over property and propriety. No. 9 The Weeknd, My Dear Melancholy R&B Starboy out. In his 21-minute EP, the Weeknd (born Abel Tesfaye) ditches the pop vibes of his 2016 Grammy-winning album and travels back to the brooding mood of his debut mixtape House of Balloons. “I almost cut out a piece of myself for your life/ Guess I was just another pit stop ’til you made up your mind,” he sings about his apparent muse— ex Selena Gomez—on standout track “Call Out My Name.” MUSIC 8 A miniseries E.M. Forster would love, beginning to... DRAMA This four-part version of E.M. Forster’s 1910 novel has the good sense not to compete with the Oscar-winning movie, which was swooningly rich both in its period detail and its cast (Emma Thompson, Anthony Hopkins). But Forster himself was an advocate of good sense—a modest virtue from which might arise social harmony—and so this adaptation by Kenneth Lonergan (Manchester by the Sea) is excellent in its own right. Margaret Schlegel (Hayley Atwell), who has an expansive, romantic sensibility and little money, marries Henry Wilcox (Matthew Macfadyen). He has boatloads of dough, John Singer Sargent whiskers and no social conscience. Their misalliance triggers horrible family tensions and a few burps of melodrama, but there’s also Forster’s delicate hope that somehow we can all connect.(Starz, April 8, 8 p.m.) No. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: LAURIE SPARHAM/STARZ ENTERTAINMENT; GAELLE BERI/REDFERNS/GETTY IMAGES; SNAP STILLS/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK; ABC/GETTY IMAGES; ALISON COHEN ROSA/AMAZON STUDIOS Howards End TV Phoenix (with Ekaterina Samsonov) is a hero who feels like a zero. No. 10 You Were Never Really Here DRAMA You could argue that Here is the last 10 minutes of Taxi Driver expanded into an entire movie: Joe (Joaquin Phoenix), a war-blasted veteran who takes on assignments in the criminal underworld, rescues a girl from a sex-slave ring, then pursues vigilante justice against the monsters who did this to her. But Phoenix’s intense, unspeakable anguish suggests a man submitting to martyrdom—that bearded head could easily be on a platter, alongside John the Baptist’s. This is a strange but vivid journey. (In limited release April 6, R) MOVIE No. 11 The Best of Steven Bochco One of TV’s great creative forces in the ’80s and ’90s, writer-producer Steve Bochco redefined prime time with shows that were smart, realistic and daring. And, today, bingeable. Hill Street Blues (1981-87). A landmark show that introduced precinct grittiness to the crime drama. L.A. Law (1986-1994). This sleek legal drama was the sexiest show of its day. We sigh for you still, Harry Hamlin and Susan Dey! NYPD Blue (1993-2005). Another crime-show breakthrough, more provocative than Hill Street (the premiere showed naked derrieres). TV Bochco, creator of classics like NYPD Blue, died on April 1 at age 74. pıcks 12 No. BOOK OF THE WEEK The Best New Books Second chances in Tuscany, a gripping historical mystery and wry personal essays from the author of I Was Told There’d Be Cake EDITED BY KIM HUBBARD Ariel Lawhon I Was Anastasia NOVEL Three women meet at a Chapel Hill, N.C., retirement community where each is considering purchasing a condo. They decide instead to rent a villa in Tuscany, a decision with magical life-changing consequences. The food, the wine, the scenery, the men . . . As in Under the Tuscan Sun, Mayes’s writing about Italy is the next best thing to a plane ticket. NOVEL Lawhon’s engrossing novel about family and identity is based on the life of Anna Anderson, who for decades claimed to be Anastasia Romanov, the only surviving daughter of Russia’s last czar. Readers may already know how Anna’s story ended, but the book’s historical detail and clever structure will bewitch them into forgetting. Sloane Crosley Look Alive Out There ESSAYS A madcap trek up a 19,000- ft. volcano, a week in Northern California weed country with a pair of hippies and a visit with a retired pornstar uncle are a few of the backdrops for these uproarious essays. They’re chockablock with one-line zingers that pull you into deeper territory: the diiculties of illness, fading youth and the search for love. The most personal stories, about waning fertility and Crosley’s feud with a teenage neighbor, are true masterpieces. NEW IN NONFICTION Jennifer Palmieri Dear Madam President From Hillary Clinton’s former communications director, wise advice for “the women who will run the world.” A nice graduation present—or booster for your own dreams. 38 Lidia Bastianich My American Dream The beloved cookbook author looks back at the circuitous path—from idyllic childhood to refugee camp in Trieste to the restaurants of New York City—that carried her to foodie fame. Leslie Jamison The Recovering Aiming to tell a story of recovery that’s as dramatic as any addiction narrative, Jamison blends memoir (she’s a recovering alcoholic) with reporting and cultural history. A riveting, important read. CONTRIBUTORS BOOKS Stephanie Anderson, Claire Martin, Marion Winik MOVIES Samantha Miller MUSIC Melody Chiu, Eric Renner Brown INSETS, FROM LEFT: WILL GARIN; KRISTEE MAYS; UNGANO+AGRIODIMAS; (BOOKS) PETER ZAMBOUROS(4) Frances Mayes Women in Sunlight Strong Bond “You can sense the excitement and love in the relationship,” says Anne-Marie Imafidon, who met the couple on International Women’s Day. AFTER FALLING INTO ‘CHAOS’ IN HIS 20s, HARRY FOUND PURPOSE IN THE MILITARY. IN MEGHAN MARKLE HE HAS FOUND AN EQUAL WITH WHOM HE CAN BUILD A LIFE B y ERIN HILL 40 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE REX/SHUTTERSTOCK Changed by PRINCE HARRY During a surprise visit to Belfast on March 23, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle held hands as they worked their way in tandem through the crowds. When one fan asked to see Meghan’s three-diamond engagement ring, the royal bride-to-be happily showed it of—and couldn’t help but gush about her fiancé. “It was the sweetest moment,” Meghan, 36, said of Harry’s Kensington Palace proposal. “He’s the sweetest guy.” The guy he is today, of course, has been 33 years in the making—and is a long way from the impulsive young man who once shied away from commitment and nearly lost himself following the 1997 death of his mother, Princess Diana. For years Harry had a reputation as a royal rebel, partying too hard and making tabloid headlines for bad behavior, including an infamous game of strip billiards in Vegas. But even after ﬁnding purpose and discipline in the British Army, Harry was still searching for the missing piece—an equal partner with whom he could share his life and passions. “Being a royal has been a romantic curse for him,” says Diana’s former biographer Andrew Morton, the author of a new biography of Meghan. (See excerpt, page 44.) Unlike Harry’s previous girlfriends, who have struggled under the glare of the spotlight, Meghan—a successful Hollywood actress, activist and inﬂuencer before she met Harry—shines under it. “She is deﬁnitely the one wearing the trousers in their relationship,” says a royal insider. “She is a strong, opinionated woman who has her Love PEOPLE April 16, 2018 41 1 2 3 Royal Rebel Turned Hero: Harry’s Evolution 4 6 7 1. As an infant in a 1984 family portrait with Prince William, Princess Diana and Prince Charles. 2. “He was a cheeky kid,” Morton says of Harry (in ’88). 3. “William was a bit more serious,” a Palace source says of the brothers (in ’85). 4. “There is a lot of regret that the boys were asked to follow their mother’s coffin,” Morton says of Diana’s 1997 funeral. 5. Scuffling with the paparazzi in 2004. 6. In Vegas in 2012, site of his nude billiards scandal. 7. The military “made him,” Morton says of Harry (in Afghanistan in 2012). 8. “All I want to do is make my mother incredibly proud,” Harry (at Invictus) told People in 2016. 5 8 (OPPOSITE PAGE) CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: REX/SHUTTERSTOCK; STEVE HOLLAND/AP/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK; TIM GRAHAM/GETTY IMAGES; DAVID ABIAW/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK; TIM ROOKE/REX/ SHUTTERSTOCK; JOHN STILLWELL/GETTY IMAGES; EBLV/SPLASH NEWS; REX/SHUTTERSTOCK; (THIS PAGE) CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: TIM GRAHAM/GETTY IMAGES; CHRIS RATCLIFFE/AFP/GETTY IMAGES; JOANNE DAVIDSON/SILVERHUB/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK; DANNY MARTINDALE/GC IMAGES; MAX MUMBY/INDIGO/GETTY IMAGES; JOHN STILLWELL/AFP/GETTY IMAGES; ANWAR HUSSEIN/GETTY IMAGES; TIM GRAHAM/ GETTY IMAGES own ideas about things, and that’s one of the things he loves about her.” Of course, Harry has always held his own and even as a kid could command a room as the impish counterpart to his more dutiful big brother, Prince William. “You’d be a guest at Kensington Palace, and you’d see a plastic riﬂe come round the corner and a boy dressed in an army uniform,” Morton says. “He used to help the chauffeurs clean the cars and turn hoses on people. He was cheeky.” His world was shattered at just 12 years old when he lost not only his mother but also the chance to grieve her privately. He and William, then 15, were forced to walk behind her coin, and “the sound of people wailing and sobbing will always remain with them,” says Morton. Of that dark time, Harry told Newsweek in 2017, “I don’t think any child should be asked to do that, under any circumstances.” Exacerbating his pain, the young prince didn’t get the support he desperately needed from his dad. “Prince Charles was a loving father, but he would never discipline his kids,” says Morton. “He would say to an oicial, ‘You deal with it,’ and put his headphones back on and listen to opera.” Just before her death, Diana had also been worried about Harry, who had been held back a year in school. “Diana called William because he was concerned that all the attention would be on Harry because he had been kept down a year at Ludgrove [preparatory school],” Morton says. “He was concerned there would be a lot of pressure on Harry.” Whereas William had always been the studious older brother, Harry “wasn’t particularly academic,” says a Palace source. “Looking back, he was grieving quite a bit, but nobody really recognized it that way. He was quite sad and masked it with this naughtiness, but there was a vulnerable little boy in there.” By his 20s, Harry’s struggles became even more apparent. “He was a troubled, angry, damaged young man,” says Duncan Larcombe, a former royals reporter who traveled with Prince Harry throughout much of the early 2000s and is the author of the new biography Prince Harry: The Inside Story. “He had a circle of some friends who weren’t a particular good inﬂuence on him.” In 2005 Harry’s picture wassplashed on frontpages around the world showing the then-20-year-old wearing a Nazi uniform at a costume party. He made headlines again after naked photos emerged from his strip billiards game in Las Vegas in 2012. But behind the scenes he had spiraled even further than anyone realized. He only recently admitted that after two years of “total chaos” he came close to a “complete breakdown. My way of dealing with it was sticking my head in the sand, refusing to think about my mum,” he told theDaily Telegraph in 2017. His Changing Looks! From Boy to Man 2002 2003 2004 As he ﬁnally began to cope with his grief, he also started to ﬁnd a sense of order through his decade of service in the British Army, including two tours in Afghanistan. “He went into the army a young, angry, reluctant prince and came out an accomplished pilot and a leader of men,” says Larcombe. Harry’s service led him to found the Invictus Games, his annual Paralympic-style competition for wounded warriors. “You’d be getting changed in the locker room at Invictus and Harry would suddenly appear and say, ‘Let’s have a selﬁe!’ while you’ve got your underwear on,” recalls one veteran. “He gives you time, and he speaks honestly to you. I’ve heard him say a few times, ‘I always get an honest answer off a squaddie [i.e., soldier].’ That’s the sort of bloke he is.” “My area of interest will always be the veterans,” Harry told People in May 2016. “For me it’s the difference between being helpless and being able to help.” His newfound sense of purpose brought a stability he had long lacked. “Harry’s drinking days are over,” says a source. “All of his best friends have settled and had children, so he’s had fewer people to go out and play with. He realized he was getting a bit older and that it was time to settle down a little bit.” Adds Larcombe: “He desperately wanted to get married and be happy. He sees his 2008 2015 2016 His Past Loves—and Painful Splits Before Meghan, Harry dated jewelry designer Chelsy Davy (top) and actress Cressida Bonas (above). Both women came from upper-crust families—and both hated the “baggage,” as he calls it, of his fame. “He really did dote on Chelsy, but she absolutely loathed the fact that he was royal,” says biographer Duncan Larcombe. PEOPLE April 16, 2018 43 brother has found that. The fact that Meghan arrived when she did completes it for Harry.” A star following seven seasons on the USA hit Suits, “Meghan was established before she met Harry,” says the insider. “That’s a first for the royal family. I don’t think Harry was ever going to marry a nice upper-class girl from the [English] counties—it’s just not him. He’s found a great match in her.” Today, Harry “is able to talk about how troubled he was and how he sought counseling—in no small way, I imagine that’s Meghan’s influence on him,” says Larcombe. “His antics over the years mean that everyone can identify with him. He is a reluctant royal because he is a prince of the people. The public feel a connection with Harry for all those reasons that they probably don’t feel for any other member of the royal family.” In Meghan, he has found a trusted copilot with whom to move the monarchy forward. “Meghan is going to be a force,” says a palace source. “She willhelphimreallydefinehisroleandrelatetothe public in a way that he wouldn’t have been able to do before. It was worth the wait.” Reporting by Simon Perry, Monique Jessen and Phil Boucher Perfect Match “This beautiful woman just literally tripped and fell into my life,” Harry has said of Meghan (with him on March 23). April 16, 2018 PEOPLE Like Princess Diana, “she had a charisma about her” from early on, Morton says of Meghan (in 1982). ‘The fact that Meghan arrived when she did completes it for Harry’ —AUTHOR DUNCAN LARCOMBE Young Meghan In this excerpt from Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, author Andrew Morton explores the star’s preroyal roots “Royal brides of the past have been sort of blushing and red-faced,” says Andrew Morton, whose new biography of Meghan Markle is out April 17. “Meghan is articulate and relaxed and a very different kettle of fish.” Here, Morton looks back at her Los Angeles childhood. It was clear that Meghan had inherited her mother’s strong sense of right and wrong and was prepared to stand up for herself and for others. On one occasion the so-called “mean girls” announced that they were starting a “White Girls Only” club and wanted Meghan to join. “Are you kidding me?” said Meghan to the gaggle of fellow pupils, dismissing them in a sentence. They went very quiet after that. That playground confrontation highlighted Meghan’s own concerns about her identity. Around this time, Christmas 1988, she tells the story of how her father bought two sets of Heart dolls containing the traditional nuclear family unit of mother, father and two children. He bought one with black dolls, one with white and mixed them together to represent Meghan’s own family. Then he wrapped them in sparkly Christmas paper and placed the box under the tree. Her struggle to understand herself and where she was placed in the scheme of humanity instinctively made her more aware of those who had difficulties fitting in. As [former schoolmate] Elizabeth McCoy recalls: “You never forget the people who were mean to you and who was nice. That’s why I have never forgotten Meghan. She was one of the most righteous people I have ever met. If someone was being treated unfairly she stuck up for them. On one occasion I made the girl who bullied me cry. I tried to apologize and Meghan sided with the other girl because she was the one in tears. “Meghan called it like it was. She was going to defend those who needed it. Her attitude was: ‘I can see you are hurt and I’m going to protect you.’ She was a genuinely decent human being who looked out for people who needed help. She gave a damn about people other than herself.” Excerpted from MEGHAN: A Hollywood Princess by Andrew Morton. Copyright © 2018 by Andrew Morton. Used by arrangement with Grand Central Publishing. All rights reserved. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP RIGHT: SPLASH NEWS; COURTESY GRAND CENTRAL PUBLISHING; SHUTTERSTOCK 44 Baby Days The Almased Weight Loss Phenomenon™ Discover It Now! y’s German k uic #1 for Q iet yD and Eas Success Stephanie S., Hammond, LA Before „I lost almost 70 pounds with Almased! 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As she sobered up, she began praying that no one would find out exactly how she had gotten there. “It was the worst thing that ever happened to me,” de Lesseps says of her Dec. 23 arrest for disorderly intoxication, recalling that after an afternoon of drinking with a girlfriend, she went back to the Colony Hotel, where she was staying. There she met up with an exboyfriend and became disoriented as they tried to find her room, ending up in the wrong one. After the LUANN DE LESSEPS My Battle with Alcohol THE REAL HOUSEWIVES STAR SAYS HER CHRISTMAS EVE ARREST FOR DISORDERLY INTOXICATION WAS THE WAKE-UP CALL SHE NEEDED TO GET SOBER— AND CHANGE HER LIFE FOR GOOD By DAN WAKEFORD Photographs by ALLISON MICHAEL ORENSTEIN PEOPLE April 16, 2018 47 48 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE They’re Back! The newest season of RHONY airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET. COUNTERCLOCKWISE FROM TOP: HEIDI GUTMAN/BRAVO/NBCU PHOTO BANK/GETTY IMAGES; PALM BEACH COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE/GETTY IMAGES; COURTESY LUANN DE LESSEPS; JOHN LAMPARSKI/GETTY IMAGES 1 hotel called the police, de Lesseps clashed with oicers who arrived on the scene, and she was charged with disorderly intoxication, battery on an oicer, resisting arrest with violence and threatening a public servant. Despite her hope that it wouldn’t make the news, as she left jail the next day in a pair of men’s size-12 ﬂip-ﬂops and without her purse or cell phone, the story was already Internet fodder. “It was so embarrassing and so shameful,” she says. Three months later de Lesseps, 52, says the incident was also the wake-up call she needed to ﬁnally face her demons and change her life for the better. It had been a diicult 2017 for her. After a New Year’s Eve wedding to Tom D’Agostino Jr., her marriage ended just seven months later when she realized he wouldn’t give up his “bachelor lifestyle.” De Lesseps, who always drank alcohol socially, says she began drinking more heavily on a daily basis—at least seven drinks a day. “I would start with a martini and maybe have two martinis and then get into the wine at dinner,” she says. “Then I’d have a little bit of vodka soda before going out.” But eventually the alcohol wasn’t numbing the pain. “I would have the hair-of-the-dog drink the next day, and drink more, and it didn’t feel good. Alcohol just stopped working for me,” she says. As the holidays drew near, the reality star, previously married to Count ‘I was de Lesseps, literally self- Alexandre decided to celebrate in medicating Palm Beach, a somewith alcohol . . . what dubious choice, drinking way given it was the location of her wedding just one too much’ year earlier. “I couldn’t put my ﬁnger on why I was feeling so anxious and why I was drinking more,” she says now of returning to the scene of her failed nuptials. “It makes sense.” After her arrest, de Lesseps knew that she needed a drastic change: “I couldn’t continue living the way that I was living. The only place where I felt like I was going to be okay was rehab.” She also knew she had to have an uncomfortable conversation with her children explaining the arrest. “I told my children I did something that I am not proud of, and I asked 2 A Wild Year 1. De Lesseps returns for season 10 of The Real Housewives of New York City. 2. Her mug shot after her arrest on Dec. 23, 2017, for disorderly intoxication in Palm Beach, Fla. 3. With ex-husband Tom D’Agostino Jr. at their Dec. 31, 2016, wedding. 4. Performing at her new cabaret show #CountessAndFriends at Feinstein’s/54 Below in New York City. 5. Since leaving rehab, de Lesseps has taken up yoga and meditation. 5 3 4 Her New World “My life completely changed because of that night,” says de Lesseps. Her ongoing sobriety is a key plotline on this season’s Real Housewives of New York City. them to forgive me. They were like, ‘We don’t care about that. We don’t care about what people think. We know who you are, and we love you and we’re here.’ They were great.” She canceled her New Year’s Eve plans to vacation in South America and headed to an undisclosed facility to get help. “I needed to be surrounded by people who had the same issues I was having. Rehab was a godsend.” She also started going to therapy for the ﬁrst time in her life and realized it wasn’t only her most recent divorce that was leading her to drink excessively but also PTSD from a car accident she’d had in 1999 when her children Victoria and Noel were just 2 and 4. “I came down a mountainside in Switzerland. I thought I killed myself and my children. I never really faced that horriﬁc accident, and through that and everything else, my emotions just crept up on me and drove me to the point of self-med- Watch the full episode of People Features: Luann de Lesseps— My Battle with Addiction streaming now on peopletv.com, or download the PeopleTV app on your favorite device. icating with alcohol. People ‘The think it’s just about Tom. It’s universe not just about Tom.” put me back Since getting out of on track. rehab, de Lesseps says she I have hasn’t resumed drinking and has also given up gratitude smoking, lost 8 lbs. and for that’ gotten into yoga and meditating. She’s also back to ﬁlming her reality show, except this time without the glass of Sauvignon Blanc in hand. “I was so happy to come back to my work, to come back to my life,” she says of The Real Housewives of New York City, noting that it’s easier to deal with the drama with a clear head. “The Housewives can be really bitchy sometimes, but when push comes to shove and you’re down and you need to be picked up, the ladies were right there for me.” Still, she admits that not everyone stuck around. “You lose a lot of friends when you go to jail,” she says. “I think guys become less interested when you go to jail and rehab. I haven’t even thought about a guy.” So far she says she hasn’t been tempted to drink but is taking things day by day. “Everybody around me says, ‘Luann, you’re not an alcoholic.’ I don’t know if I am or not. All I know is that not drinking works for me right now. Will I drink again? I don’t know. I miss good red wine. Not to say that I’ll never have good red wine again. Who knows where we’ll all be tomorrow. For today, that’s the choice that I’m making for myself.” De Lesseps has also chosen to venture into new forms of entertainment, creating a program of sold-out cabaret shows entitled “#CountessAndFriends” at the Broadway venue Feinstein’s/54 Below, where she sings and hosts Broadway entertainers and TV stars along with Grammy-winning composer Billy Stritch. “Music keeps me smiling,” she says. With more upcoming performances and the return of RHONY, de Lesseps says, she’s been too busy to dwell on her April 13 appearance in court, where she faces possible jail time if convicted. She has pleaded not guilty to the charges: “There were a lot of rumors about that night. I’m looking forward for the court case to ﬁnally come, because I want the truth to come out.” Yet she’s not upset the arrest happened. “Unless I was humiliated publicly, I don’t think I would have done anything,” she says. “This was a warning. It was meant to happen so that I could take a step back and look at myself in a diferent way. I’m grateful to the universe for making me change my life.” • Channing Tatum& JennaDewan Tatum INSIDE THEIR SAD SPLIT Wed almost 9 years, the couple reveal they have ‘lovingly chosen to separate.’ How their marriage fell apart—and why they finally decided to end it By K A R A W A R N E R 50 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE T o most of the world they seemed as happy as ever: On March 18 Channing Tatum and his wife, Jenna Dewan Tatum, shared photos from a weekend of family fun on Instagram—complete with face painting done by their “fairy artist” daughter Everly, 4. Then on March 24 Everly attended her first public event with her parents—the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, where she and her mom watched her dad get in a snowball fight with the audience. But in reality the couple whom fans watched fall in love onscreen in the hit 2006 dance movie Step Up were facing the end of their nearly nine-year marriage. “We have lovingly chosen to separate,” they announced in a joint statement to People on April 2. “We fell deeply in love so many years ago and have had a magical journey together, but love is a beautiful adventure that is taking us on diferent paths for now. Absolutely nothing has changed about how much we love one another—we will remain a family and united parents to our daughter, Everly. There are no secrets nor salacious events at the root of our decision—just two best friends realizing it’s time to take some space and help each other live the most joyous, fulﬁlled lives as possible.” The news came as a shock to fans for whom the Alabama-born star of END OF A ROMANCE “They really wanted to make their marriage work, but neither of them are people who will stay in something that isn’t fully right,” says a source of the couple (in 2016). Inset: Dewan with daughter Everly at the Kids’ Choice Awards on March 24. 51 ‘ABSOLUTELY NOTHING HAS CHANGED ABOUT HOW MUCH WE LOVE ONE ANOTHER’ —THE COUPLE IN THEIR STATEMENT TO PEOPLE length anymore, andthey quickly realized it. Diferent goals. Diferent ways of communicating. Both were really sad it didn’t end the way they thought it would but are happy it didn’t get contentious.” Dewan hinted at trouble in an interview for Health in March. “When people say, ‘You guys have such a perfect life,’ I want to scream and tell them no one’s perfect,” she said. “I think there are such things as great ﬁts—it’s a great ﬁt as long as you are growing together, and I think up until this point we’ve really grown together. . . . But we’re not perfect! Are you kidding? We ﬁght like other couples, we disagree about things, we have days where we don’t really like each other.” In comments that are perhaps even more telling, she added, “I feel that our society creates this really unnatural pressure on a married couple. . . . But I don’t think there should beanyexpectation,anysortof‘You’rebondedtome for the rest of your life, thick and thin.’ . . . I think that we have a child together, there’s always a sense of we’regoingtobebondedtogetherforevernomatter what, but there’s a real understanding of freedom.” Tatum himself acknowledged that his skyrocketing career put pressure on the marriage. For years A HOLLYWOOD LOVE STORY 52 FIRST SPARKS GOING PUBLIC DESTINATION ROMANCE They met on the 2006 film Step Up. “I can’t wait to show our grandkids [the film],” Tatum told People in 2012. “We’ll be able to say, ‘Without that kiss, y’all wouldn’t even be here!’” At the film’s 2006 premiere in L.A.“She is so talented,” he told People in 2016. “You don’t really realize what’s under the hood—she’s got a tiger in there.” The couple (in the Bahamas in ’07) later got matching tattoos on their honeymoon that say “side by side” in Balinese. April 16, 2018 PEOPLE (PREVIOUS SPREAD) GREGG DEGUIRE/WIREIMAGE; INSET: CHRIS POLK/GETTY IMAGES; (THIS SPREAD) FROM LEFT: EVERETT; FRED PROUSER/ REUTERS; DIMITRIOS KAMBOURIS/WIREIMAGE; PICTORICA/NATIONAL PHOTO GROUP; JASON MERRITT/GETTY IMAGES Magic Mike and the Texas-raised World of Dance host, both 37, embodied Hollywood #couplegoals. Together for 12 years after meeting at age 25, they combined superstar looks (he was People’s 2012 Sexiest Man Alive) with down-to-earth charm, breaking into impromptu dance-offs at A-list events and openly talking about the work they put into their relationship. Now multiple sources say they’ve been separated for months and Tatum has movedoutofthefamily’sLosAngeleshome.“This has been a long time coming. Like any marriage, they’ve had their ups and downs over the years, buttheyreallystartedtogrowapartwithinthelast year,” says a source close to the couple. “They honestly do still love each other. But that love turned more into a friendship rather than the passion they felt when they ﬁrst met and fell in love. That almost made it harder for them to decide to separate because there weren’t any huge issues, and there’s not one person to point a ﬁnger at as the one who screwed up. They fell out of love, and it was a tough realization to come to.” Adds another source close to their circle: “They weren’t on the same wave- Dewan and Everly arranged their life around his busy schedule, and more recently he spent long stretches away from them ﬁlming. When asked how he juggled career and family, Tatum responded “not very well” in a 2015 interview withPeople.“There are times we had planned to take time of, but just like anything, things come up,” he said. “None of this is easy, but at the same time it’s everything I would have ever wanted to do.” A source noticed a signiﬁcant change in recent months. “When Everly was younger, Channing and Jenna used to spend a lot of family time together,” the source says. “For the past year they seem to have spent less time together. Channing is often out of town, and when she’s not working, Jenna is a full-time mom and takes care of Everly’s daily schedule.” Lately Tatum has been hard at work on a slew of TV and ﬁlm projects with producing partner Reid Carolin, while Dewan wrapped her second season hosting NBC’sWorld of Dance and launched a YouTube channel. “Jenna is a very involved mom,” adds the source. “Channing’s life seems more focused on work. They did spend Christmas COVER STAR Tatum as People’s Sexiest Man Alive in 2012. “I have a hard time seeing her on FaceTime—it makes me miss her more,” he said of being away from Dewan at the time. together and seem to come together for other holidays as well.” While the couple have kept up with cheerful social media posts, their last red carpet together was last November in support of War Dog: A Soldier’s Best Friend, the HBO documentary Tatum produced. They celebrated Dewan’s birthday in Mexico in December, but in February she stepped out solo at Vanity Fair’s annual Oscar party, an event they usually attended together. She told Entertainment Tonight that Tatum was home with Everly and “so happy to have a night of.” Their romance began in classic Hollywood style—when Tatum, who had once worked as a stripper, and Dewan, a trained dancer who had performed with Janet Jackson and Christina Aguilera, were cast opposite each other in Step Up and sparks ﬂew. “I fell head over heels,” Tatum told People in 2012. “When I met him I kind of knew, I felt like I had known him before,” Dewan recalled to Health. “There was obviously an attraction, but I deﬁnitely was like, ‘No no no, we’re working BABY BUMP Tatum at the 2013 Oscars with a pregnant Dewan. He said his proudest moment in life “was watching my wife do something brilliant like birthing a child.” LAID-BACK NEWLYWEDS EVERLY MAKES 3 The couple kept it casual at LAX airport shortly after their romantic Malibu wedding in 2009. They welcomed daughter Everly in 2013, posting a sweet photo on social media. “I want to be home; I want to give [her] stability,” Dewan told People. April 16, 2018 PEOPLE 53 FROM TOP: ERIC CHARBONNEAU/INVISION/AP; MATT BARON/SHUTTERSTOCK ‘I’M JUST THE LUCKIEST GUY. I’VE HAD WAY MORE LUCK THAN MOST PEOPLE DESERVE’ —CHANNING TATUM TO PEOPLE IN 2015 WHAT’S AT STAKE? Tatum’s earnings have soared since their marriage: He made $29 million in 2015, according to Forbes, and has a movie-production company and a vodka line. As the host of World of Dance and a Danskin ambassador, Dewan makes less—but if they didn’t have a prenup, marital earnings get split 50-50. They also own a $6 million L.A. home. together, let’s keep this professional.’ ” The ﬂirtatious audition video she shared of the two of them earlier this year ofers a sweet peek into why they ended up together. “Towards the end [of ﬁlming] it was like, ‘Okay, this is definitely something more than [attraction],’ and it developed kind of naturally.” After production wrapped, Tatum convinced Dewan that they should move in together. “He’s an all-in kind of guy,” she said. The couple wed in Malibu three years later and welcomed daughter Everly in 2013. “It was very challenging for us as new parents, getting to know each other as parents . . . working full-time during it, it was quite an adjustment for us,” Dewan told Health. “I think some people do it with a ton of grace, and with us there were a lot of ups and downs.” Now they’ll be going it alone—except when it comes to Everly. “Of course they are both just incredibly sad. They grew up together. But they’re amazing parents and are determined to stay a family,” says the source close to the couple. “Their daughter is their world, and they have plenty of mutual friends who love them. They’ll always be connected.” With reporting by Pernilla Cedenheim and Julie Jordan 54 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE FULL CIRCLE “We’ve always had the same values,” Dewan (right, solo at Vanity Fair’s Oscar party in March) told Health. The couple in 2014 (above) and after their daughter’s recent facepainting efforts (below). FIRSTS WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BE THE FIRST? HEAR THE STORIES OF GROUNDBREAKING WOMEN W W W.T I M E .COM / F I R ST S 7ZR5R\DO&RXSOHV7ZR0DJQLˋFHQW5LQJV The marriage of Prince William to Kate Middleton and the upcoming wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are not only two of the most famous love stories in the world, but part of a beautiful tribute to Princess Diana. 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State Zip E27802 *Plus a total of $9.98 shipping and service (see bradfordexchange.com). Please allow 4-6 weeks after initial payment for shipment of your jewelry. Sales subject to product availability and order acceptance. TROUBLE AT WORK? The CDC disputes reports that Cunningham had been denied a promotion before he disappeared. And police say they don’t see a connection between his work and his disappearance. Still, “he was definitely upset,” says Major O’Connor. TAMI CHAPPELL/REUTERS; INSET, LEFT: ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT CDC DOCTOR VANISHES Dr. Timothy Cunningham left his office Feb. 12—and disappeared. Seven weeks later his desperate family and police are still searching for clues to what happened By S A N D R A S O B I E R A J W E S T FA L L H arvard-educated epidemiologist Dr. Timothy Cunningham had a gift for distilling complex science into layman’s terms. “His work—his reports, his research—was immaculate,” says a colleague at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. And the unmarried 35-yearold put the same attentive care into the tidy yellow home he shared with the dog he doted on, Mr. “Bo” Bojangles. So after Cunningham left work on the morning of Feb. 12, saying he was going home sick, everything was in its rightful place: his car in the garage and his keys, wallet and phone safely locked inside the house with Bo. All that was missing, his parents and police discovered two days later, was Cunningham, who had vanished without a trace. “There’s a lot that I cannot simply explain,” saysAtlanta police major Michael O’Connor.“This is an extremely unusual set of circumstances.” The case of this missing CDC scientist, who PEOPLE April 16, 2018 57 ‘THIS IS NOT NORMAL’ 1. Terrell Cunningham (far left, with Tim and Tia-Juana) told Atlanta’s WNEP-16 that a phone call and texts with their son Feb. 11 hinted that “things are just not right.” 2. Bo, whom Cunningham took to Harvard and would reportedly drive 130 miles to Alabama to have his teeth cleaned, was found alone in the house with two upstairs windows left open. 3. Cunningham’s car was in the garage as usual. 2 1 3 ‘IT’S POSSIBLE HE’S OUT THERE. THERE IS NO EVIDENCE SUGGESTING ANYTHING’ 58 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE day after his supervisor explained why he wasn’t getting a promotion—something the CDC disputes. He was “commended all the time,” says a coworker who asked not to be named. “He’s very smart, but he also has the social skills that a lot of scientists and doctors don’t have, frankly.” Cunningham’s last traceable activity was a phone call he made at 9:12 a.m. to his mother, Tia-Juana Cunningham, which she missed; he didn’t leave a message. She and his father, Terrell, appeared on NBC to implore their son to contact them—and seemed to suggest that something had been troubling him. “There [were] some work issues . . . areas in his life, at that time, that warranted parents keepingin touch and keeping tabs on their son,” Terrell said. Another inscrutable clue: The Saturday before he disappeared, Cunningham saw neighbor Chris Torry and “told me to take his number out of [my wife’s] phone,” Torry told the local WAGA station, a conversation police have conﬁrmed occurred. Friends and family holding out hope for a benign explanation for Cunningham’s disappearance—his parents are ofering a $15,000 reward for locating him—keep coming back to Bo, alone in the house. “That dog was his whole world,” says neighbor Alison Lantana. “There’s nochance at all that Tim would leave Bo like this. Never. Everyone wants to know what happened.” Reporting by Steve Helling and Jeff Truesdell RIGHT: THE TODAY SHOW(2) studied health patterns related to race, gender and geography, follows no pattern typical of missing-person mysteries. More than a month since he was last seen by coworkers that February morning—and declared a missing person two days later—his family is as anxious as police are baled. Authorities have conducted searches of the wooded area around his home with canines as well as an aerial search via helicopter. So far they’ve found no evidence of foul play—and no sign of Dr. Cunningham.“Everysingle belonging we wereaware ofwas located in the residence,” says O’Connor, including Cunningham’s ID, credit cards and passport. His bank account has shown no activity. Says O’Connor:“Itisnotcommoninmissing-personcasesfor us to ﬁnd someone’s entire belongings.” And that, coupled with the fact that Cunningham works for a federal-government entity, has spawned some wild conspiracy theories. Could he have stolen a virus? Could he have been taken by a terrorist organization to create biological —POLICE weapons? 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The real-life parents to Hazel, 4, and Violet, 21 months, play a couple trying to protect their children. “There were scenes that I found traumatic because it’s just so close to home for me,” says Blunt, who sits down with People’s editor-in-chief Jess Cagle in the latest episode of The Jess Cagle Interview. Then in December she stars in Mary Poppins Returns, a sequel to the 1964 classic. Here are excerpts from the interview, in which she opens up about her childhood, marriage and making Mary Poppins her own. Finding Her Calling Discovered in a school play, Blunt says she never had “a burning ambition” to become an actress: “It just happened to work out.” Emily Blunt on John, Meryl, Mary & More THE ACTRESS TALKS ABOUT STARRING WITH HUSBAND KRASINSKI IN A QUIET PLACE, HER MOVIE RIVALRY WITH STREEP AND HER UPCOMING TAKE ON THE BELOVED MARY POPPINS Photograph by KOURY ANGELO PEOPLE April 16, 2018 61 my family. I had an uncle, cousin, grandfather who stuttered. It’s nothing to do with anxiety. It’s just a kind of brain-synapse thing that happens to people who are genetically predisposed to have it. The worst is having it at 12, 13. How did you get through it? A Mom’s Nightmare Let’s talk about growing up. Some scenes in A Quiet Place—about creatures hunting a family—were “really upsetting” to film as a parent, Blunt says. You were dealing with a stutter, which makes it even more remarkable. My stutter was more under control by the time I was about 14. It still comes back and ﬂares if I’m really tired, or when I was pregnant it was really prominent again. It runs in EMILY FILLS IN THE BLANKS WITH EDITOR-IN-CHIEF JESS CAGLE I love the smell of... melted chocolate. The movie I’ve seen the most times is... Jaws. As I’m falling asleep, I think about ... my kids. Sorry, John. What do you remember about making The Devil Wears Prada? Weeping with laughter. I mean, it’s worrying how funny we found ourselves. I loved working with sweet Annie Hathaway, and it was my ﬁrst experience working with Meryl and Stanley Tucci, who is now my brother-in-law. A lot of people love them, but I think __ is overrated: hot dogs. They’re just vile. The song that always makes me dance is... “Respect” by Aretha Franklin. The best advice I’ve ever received is... Don’t want more for someone than they want for themselves. The worst advice I’ve ever received is... “You should wear this dress.” You set him up with your sister Felicity. He came to John’s and my wedding and 2 From London Teen to Hollywood Star 1. She first found success on the U.K. stage in The Royal Family with Judi Dench and Harriet Walter in 2001: “I learned a lot about how to act.” 2. Her movie breakthrough with Hathaway and Streep in 2006’s The Devil Wears Prada. 3. As Mary Poppins: “This is not a remake; this is the next chapter.” 1 62 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE 3 CLOCKWISE FROM BOTTOM RIGHT: DISNEY; ALAMY; NIGEL NORRINGTON/CAMERA PRESS/REDUX; JONNY COURNOYER/ PARAMOUNT PICTURES; MICHAEL OCHS ARCHIVES/GETTY IMAGES; EVERETT; JOHN A. RIZZO/GETTY IMAGES I grew up in Roehampton in southwest London, one of four kids. My dad is a defense criminal lawyer. And my mother was an actress, then she taught English. I actually didn’t intend on being an actress. I wanted to be an interpreter for the U.N. Then I was 17, I was in a school play, and an agent came to see it. I kind of went, “Okay, I’ll give it a go.” I did relaxation things and some speech therapy. And then I had this fantastic teacher when I was 12, and he asked me to be in the class play. He said, “I think you are funny, and you should do it. And have you ever thought about doing it in a diferent voice?” I used to do a lot of funny voices because I could speak more ﬂuently if I didn’t sound like me. The Cagle Exercise met Fee. They just spent an awful lot of time together at the wedding talking about food. It was beautiful. Would you ever do a sequel to The Devil Wears Prada? I think if everybody did it I would be up for it. I almost hope it doesn’t, because I think some [people] want to sequel everything. It’s like it kind of dilutes how special the original is. What was the first meeting with John like? We were in a restaurant. I was sitting with a friend. We were discussing how much I was enjoying being single. And then she goes, “Oh, my God, there’s my friend John.” And that was it. It was joyous. Such an iconic actress played this iconic part ... but [director Rob Marshall] emboldens you in such a huge way to make everything your own. I had to do my version of her. My perception of her in the books was she’s batty. She’s hilarious and incredibly rude and vain. So it was really fun to be given that freedom. I was very inspired by His Girl Friday. She comes in like a tornado. When did you know he was the one? Disarmingly soon. We were engaged within 10 months. It’s also your third movie with Meryl Streep. How did parenthood change you? I know. Can she just get her own projects? I had not seen his version. I did a sort of cram-watching several seasons. I knew who he was . . . not terribly well. My children’s happiness is the paramount thing in my life. I’m perpetually in a state of distraction thinking about them. You’re just shifted forever. John directed A Quiet Place. He’s a really good director. How big a relief was that to you? Massively. I always knew that he’s so emotionally engaged, and he really understands how truth should come out in a scene. But I didn’t think he knew how to move the camera around. I was like, “Oh, my God, he’s really good!” You were off shooting Mary Poppins Returns. When did you decide, “I’m going to go do this movie about the apocalypse”? Well, I think I’ve just been too jolly and magical for too long. I just needed to go toward the darkness for a little bit. When John was approached about Quiet Place, I had just had our second child. I remember sitting there on the couch with our tiny newborn baby, and he said, “I just got sent this script.” I went, “You have to direct that movie. That’s so cool.” When you look back on the experience of shooting Mary Poppins Returns, Parents in the City Blunt and Krasinski (on March 9) live in Brooklyn after moving from L.A. “When we had children, I was so far from my family,” she says. People were surprised that you could sing when you did Into the Woods. Were you a singer before? I did it in school. I was in a little singing group. We sang, like, TLC’s “Waterfalls” and harmonized. But I have always found it incredibly embarrassing singing in front of people. I’ll only sing for Rob Marshall! Did you say, “The Office is a British series, and I’m not interested in your version”? SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP/GETTY IMAGES what are you going to hold on to? You’re like the new Key and Peele. That’s perfect. I want to tell her that. She’s always horrible to me in every movie. Not in person, but as the characters! Produced by Ryan Buxton THE JESSCAGLE INTERVIEW ‘We were engaged within 10 months, but I think we probably knew before that’ —ON REALIZING HUSBAND JOHN KRASINSKI WAS THE ONE ON Watch the full episode of The Jess Cagle Interview: Emily Blunt available now on PeopleTV. Go to peopletv.com, or download the PeopleTV app on your favorite mobile or connected TV device. April 16, 2018 PEOPLE 63 The Hit ’90s Girl Group Returns! BACK EN VOGUE sic’s original After decades of ups and downs, mu w tune ging a ne Funky Divas are older, wiser and sin By J A N I N E R U B E N S T E I N From left: Cindy HerronBraggs, Rhona Bennett and Terry Ellis party like it’s 2018. 64 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE Photographs by ROBYN TWOMEY 27 years you’re still going to be performing with En Vogue,” I would have been like, “Shut up, no.” Nobody lasts long. Rhona, you’re the newest to the group, but you actually joined back in 2003. BENNETT I was a fan of the group before The Originals joining. [I remember] “Hold On.” Especially for the black community, that was our anthem. I’ve been on and of with the group for 14 years. When I ﬂew up to the Bay to meet with Terry and Cindy, we just clicked. In the beginning Herron-Braggs, Robinson, Ellis and Jones (from left in the early ’90s) beat out thousands for a spot in En Vogue. What was it like back in 1988, auditioning to form a girl group with women you’d never met? ELLIS I came from Texas right out of In 1988 Cindy Herron-Braggs showed up to an audition in Oakland, highly doubting she’d get chosen for a new female singing act being formed but determined to try her luck anyway. “Honestly, I thought I’d just go to this audition and go back to L.A. and continue pursuing acting,” says HerronBraggs, 56. That return to L.A. took quite the detour when she became a member of En Vogue, the ’90s R&B group whose hits like “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It)” earned them comparisons to the Supremes and turned Herron-Braggs, along with Terry Ellis, 54, and former original members Dawn Robinson and Maxine Jones into stars. Now Ellis and Herron-Braggs, joined by new member Rhona Bennett, 41, are back with Electric Café, the ﬁrst En Vogue studio album in 14 years, and much has changed. Sitting down to reminisce 27 years after their diva dreams ﬁrst came true, the singers reﬂect on decades of sisterhood, struggles and surviving stardom. TOP RIGHT: EVERETT It’s been almost 30 years since the band formed, and now your new single “Rocket” is on the Top 10. Is that surreal? ELLIS It feels like a big achieve- ment, you know? We’re so grateful and honored to have lasted this long. HERRON-BRAGGS I can’t believe how fast the time has ﬂown. If you would have told me, “In college and moved to the Bay Area to be a part of the group, so it was really exciting for me. I was like, “Wow, I’m following my life’s dream.” The girls were great, the music was amazing, and the producers were awesome and respectful of women. HERRON-BRAGGS I had just moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting. . . . I was pretty surprised when I found out that I was accepted to be a member. Max and Dawn and Terry became roommates. Max was braiding hair; Terry was working at a bank. It was cool being at the house, walking around barefoot, pulling braid hair from out of your toes. And there was always music blasting. ELLIS It was like a college dorm. I remember hearing “Hold On” on the radio. I lost it. We were just screaming and hollering. And many hits followed. But despite the success, fans were shocked when the group split up (Dawn left in 1997 and Maxine in 2001, both later blaming bad contracts and payment issues). HERRON-BRAGGS You know, R&B UPDATE With new album Electric Café just released, “We’re so happy that people are receiving it the way that they are,” says Herron-Braggs. I thought we had good deals. I thought we had fair deals. We made a good living. I had no problem with that. ELLIS That was never an issue for me. I think the misconception comes when artists say, “Oh, you’re going to be in the band; they’re going to take care of you.” I wasn’t expecting anyone to take care of me. We negotiated our deal, made a great living and had huge success. Now what happens with individuals and what they do with their PEOPLE April 16, 2018 65 “I get to work with women I respect, whose work I admire,” says Bennett (left) the band’s newest member (withEllis, center, and Herron-Braggs). “I’m grateful to be here.” retinoblastoma, which took his right eye, because we didn’t catch it early enough. That was probably the toughest thing. It’s always been a balancing act, but I’ve been adamant about being there for the important things. With the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, this is a really important time for female empowerment. En Vogue was known for anthems like “Free Your Mind.” How does your new music fit in to this era? BENNETT I’m a personal life coach. I’m all about the inspiration and motivation of people. With the group, we all seem to resonate with empowerment and respect. ELLIS I see this as the perfect time, because that’s been our platform since day one, being women and speaking and singing about how important it is to be self-empowered, to honor and be true to yourself. We have a song on the new album called “So Serious,” and it’s about the role that a woman plays in a relationship and how instead of walking behind a man she should be walking beside him, because she’s just as powerful. Fame and fortune, especially in the music industry, can be hard on some, but after all these years you all still look and sound amazing. ELLIS When we’re home, we try to money is another story. Was it hard breaking up, after having been so close? HERRON-BRAGGS It was diicult. We had to decide if we were going to continue. ELLIS I would say that we got closer when Max and Dawn left. Where there was four, now there was two, and having to make the decision to carry on the brand, we basically became husband and wife. A lot of decisions had to be made. You’ve had short-lived reunions through the years, the last being on stage at the 2009 En Vogue: 20th Anniversary Tour. Have you been in contact with Maxine and Dawn recently? 66 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE exercise at least ﬁve days a week. Our show is such high energy, we’ve got to keep up. We also drink a lot of water, sleep as much as possible and try to ELLIS No, we haven’t spoken eat clean. Even back in the day, after to the girls, but we wish them well. we performed we wanted to go to our And we are just really excited about rooms and go to bed. For me it’s like this project and then moving forward. a hat I put on—I do what I’ve got to Cindy, outside of En Vogue, you’ve been do, and then I take it of and live my married to former pro baseball player normal life. I’m not trying to be caught Glenn Braggs for 24 years and have four up. I’d always say, I’m in the business, kids. What’s been the hardest part of but I’m not of it. balancing family and fame? BENNETT I’m probably more ‘It was HERRON-BRAGGS I have the partier than anybody. difficult. HERRON-BRAGGS I’m three in college now, but We had to the mom of the group. And it’s always been tough. My ﬁrst son, who just turned decide if we Terry’s in bed by 8. It can be 24, has Asperger’s. Finding were going a short-lived business, but that out and what all that very fortunate. And to continue’ we’re entailed was hard. 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Georgia mansion that he shares with his wife, Samantha, has six stories, nine bathrooms and seven bedrooms. He has hisown recording studioandamajestic swimming pool. But the showstopper is the custom-made 11-ft. Transformer Bumblebee that sits in his entryway (and another, Optimus Prime, in his garden). “It’s me staying in touch with my childhood dreams,” he says. “I was lucky enough to star in the Transformers franchise. I thought it was only right to get them custom-made for our estate.” After moving into the property in January 2017, Tyrese, 39, and Samantha, 29, settled in by holding their wedding there on Valentine’s Day. And now they are expecting their first child together, a girl due in Sep—T Y R E S E tember. She will G I BSO N join the entertainer’s 10-yearold daughter Shayla, whom he shares with his ex-wife after custody issues last year. “I’m just happy to be on the other side of it and have my daughter back home,” Gibson says. He decorated the home with family in mind, and now, he says, “we’ll bringin a professional babyproofer.” There’s also space to work— Samantha, a social worker, helps run Tyrese’s Love Circle Foundation from home—and a tucked-away living room that’s perfect for bingeing on episodes of Iyanla: Fix My Life.“That’s my actual life coach,” says Tyrese. But more important than decor is that “I feel like I’m at home as long as I’m with my wife,” he says. “I’m not happy because we live in this house; I’m happy because God sent me my wife and my daughters—my life is good.” ‘OUR BEST MOMENTS ARE WHEN WE ARE IN PAJAMAS WALKING THROUGH THE HOUSE, LAUGHING AND JOKING’ FIT FOR A KING AND QUEEN Thronelike chairs sit at each end of the formal dining room. “We really wanted to play up the regal royalty of it all,” says Tyrese, who is expecting his own little princess with his wife, Samantha. 1 —ADAM CARLSON 70 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE Hlywod 2 1 MAKING MUSIC 3 A home recording studio— including a vocal booth with velvet walls, LED accent lighting and a Marvin Gaye portrait— was a must for Gibson, who is also an R&B artist and rapper. 2 GREEN OASIS The Gibsons’ home sits on 21⁄ 2 acres of land, with an expansive covered porch leading into a backyard swimming pool. Behind that stands a towering model of Optimus Prime. 4 3 ART COLLECTOR Various surrealist paintings adorn walls around the home. Just off the foyer sits an orchestra-ready piano. 4 OFFICE “By the time folks get into this room right here, we mean serious business,” Tyrese says. “This is the shark tank.” 5 FA M I LY R O O M Tyrese regularly entertains entrepreneurs in the room he calls “my favorite place.” “It always helps set the tone for business.” 5 #6*1/ ' Hlywod #6*1/ ' Lnnn 56'..#5 NASHVILLE BUNGALOW ) rowing up in a family of musicians, Lennon Stella led a nomadic life: “My parents were gypsies, and we never stayed in a house longer than a year,” says the Ontario native. “The studio was more of a home.” Yet, early on, Stella, who plays Maddie Conrad on Nashville, knew she wanted to plant roots. “Having a home that felt like a home was super important to me,” she says. She’d fill her Pinterest page with decorating ideas and daydream on Zillow, while telling her parents that when she turned 18, she’d get a place of her own. Sure enough, just a month after her birthday last August, she set- ROOMMATE & BFF! The actress’s 1-yearold Cavalier King Charles spaniel, Ocean, has free rein on the sofas. “She’s the best! I can’t tell her not to go anywhere,” she says. “Look at her. How can I say no?” HAIR: AMBER CANNON; MAKEUP: MEG BOES ‘ I I M M E D I AT E LY FELL IN LOVE WITH THE HOUSE’ —LENNON STELLA 72 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE Photographs by PAUL COSTELLO CRISPY BELGIAN CHOCOLATE VELVETY ICE CREAM LUSCIOUS CARAMEL EXTRAORDINARY IN EVERY BITE. Explore layer after indulgent layer in our TRIO CRISPY LAYERS Collection. ©HDIP, INC Hlywod #6*1/ ' 1 tled into a renovated 1936 bungalow in her adopted hometown. Besides the three-bedroom, three-bath main house, the property includes a two-bedroom, one-bath guesthouse. “I’ve been working since I was 12,” says Stella, who first gained fame in a music duo with her younger sister Maisy, who also plays Lennon’s sister on Nashville. “I knew I could buy a place, so I thought, ‘Why not?’ ” It helped that her family settled nearby and can easily pop over for a meal (“I’m not usually the one cooking!”) or a little music. “My dad’s amazing on the piano,” says Stella, who opted for a house over a condo because “I can play music as loud as I want, I can sing as loud as I want, I can dance around, and it’s not going to disrupt anyone.” As it turns out, she is recording her solo record debut as Nashville wraps up its ﬁnal season. She does not, however, take a rock-star approach to tidying up. While she admits her family leans toward the messy (“The epitome of hippies!”), Stella is meticulous: “I clean every day. It’s calming to me.” Also part of her regular routine: visits from Maisy. “She’s always here! It’s brought us closer, because now we’re hanging out by choice.” She was even able to throw her baby sis a 14th-birthday party in December. “All the girls stayed over, and we made cinnamon rolls in the morning. It was so special.” —EILEEN FINAN 74 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE 2 1 BOOK NOOK “It’s such a calming room,” Stella says of her upstairs office, which like the rest of her home includes pops of color to reflect her fun personality. “The chair was at my dad’s studio, and those little mirrors I got from an online antique store.” 3 2 C R E AT I V E M U S E 4 Her inspiration wall, created with magazine cutouts, includes “a ton of John Lennon. I was named after him, so he’s important to me.” 3 WALL ART “Wallpaper immediately makes a room feel cool. The flamingos in my bathroom are the same color as my house. It makes me happy.” 4 MUSICAL GIFT The piano, which sits in the corner of her kitchen, was a housewarming present from her sister Maisy. “Music is the theme of this house,” says Stella. Hlywod #6*1/ ' Suny *156+0¶5 TRADITIONAL TUDOR 9 hen Sunny Hostin first laid eyes on her palatial 10-bedroom, 10-bathroom estate in Purchase, N.Y., it was a fixer-upper. The 1920s Tudor was originally built for Governor Herbert H. Lehman, but the family lost control of the home shortly before the investment bank Lehman Brothers went under in 2008, leaving the property in “a state of disrepair,” says Hostin. “When I got here, it had no running water, no electricity—there was a bat flying around in the hall.” What won Hostin over was the separate carriage house on the property where her mother, Rosa Beza, could live: “My mom said, ‘You know, I was reading, and J.Lo lives in a house like this, and it’d be IMPRESSIVE RANGE “I love, love, love to cook, so for me it was really important to have a very big gas stove, because I like to see the flame,” says Hostin of this Viking model. HAIR: RYAN BURRELL; MAKEUP: KAREN DUPICHE; PROP STYLIST: ANNA SURBATOVICH/B-A REPS; INSET: COURTESY SUNNY HOSTIN ‘IT’S SO NICE TO LIVE IN AN OLDER HOME, BECAUSE IT HAS R E A L H I S T O R Y, A N D I T ’ S R E A L LY N I C E T O C A R R Y T H AT O N ’ —S U N N Y H OS T I N 76 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE Photographs by TARA DONNE YOU & ALMONDS VS. © 2018 Almond Board of California. All rights reserved. NOT LEAVING EMPTY-HANDED. EVEN WITH YOUR HANDS FULL. OWN YOUR EVERYDAY. EVERY DAY. Pbma/`kZflh_]^eb\bhnl%\kng\ar%^g^k`r&`bobg`ikhm^bg%ma^k^l ghmabg`rhnZg]Zefhg]l\Zgm]h'@^mlgZ\dbg`Zm#ĚMONFSEOM Hlywod #6*1/ ' 1 P L AY R O O M F U N Hostin (with, from left, Paloma, Emmanuel and Gabriel and dogs Rex and Marley) kept the kiddie feel to her den even after her kids got older. “They don’t want to change it.” 1 2 D R E A M CLOSET “Joy Behar says the secret to a happy marriage is separate bathrooms. I don’t mind sharing the bathroom, but I don’t want to share a closet,” Hostin says of her private walk-in. 3 A R T I S T I C D I S P L AY This vintage sculpture is a flea-market find she uses to display her jewelry. 4 FRESH EGGS 2 perfect.’ ” The Emmy Award-winning journalist and lawyer went through six months of renovations—including installing an entirely new kitchen—but “stayed true to the home” by keeping the hardwood ﬂoors, the original staircase and stained-glass windows. “It’s been a real labor of love,” says Hostin, who decorated with a warm palette— like painting her ceilings a mustard yellow (a tip from Martha Stewart)—and incorporated her collection of Latin, Caribbean and African art to create a haven for her mom, her husband, Emmanuel, 47, an orthopedic surgeon, and their kids Gabriel, 15, and Paloma, 11. “A lot of people see the house from the outside, and they’re like, ‘Nobody can really live here comfortably,’ ” says Hostin. “But I would say 100 percent of the folks then say, ‘Oh my gosh, I forget how big it is once I’m inside.’ Our house is always ﬁlled with people, and for a big house it’s really important.” Hostin has a flock of six chickens in her backyard. “There’s something so magical about walking out of your home at 5:30 in the morning, opening up the coop, and there are eggs inside.” 5 READING NOOK “This is just a wonderful place to sit and think, have a cup of tea and look out of the window,” she says. 3 —ANA CALDERONE 5 4 78 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1 Big yard where brothers will forge a lifelong bond, one Full Nelson at a time. Everything you need to buy, sell or rent, with ease. | Find your way home.® Hlywod #6*1/ ' Brbra A SECRET GARDEN IN THE SKY %14%14#05 M A N H AT TA N PENTHOUSE Corcoran, a skilled gardener, picked the apartment for its impressive terrace. “I do weeding instead of therapy,” she says. $ — B A R B A R A CO RCO R A N 80 Photographs by MELANIE ACEVEDO HAIR, MAKEUP & STYLIST: TOMY RIVERO ‘FOR ME, HOME IS SO I M P O R TA N T. I ’ M A LWAY S C R E AT I N G A D R E A M ’ arbara Corcoran is known in her industry as the queen of New York real estate, and her castle, a four-bedroom, seven-bath penthouse on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, is appropriately lavish. But the self-made millionaire, 69, will be the first to tell you she didn’t simply flex her regal powers to scoop up the stunning two-story apartment. Much like the apex predator she embodies on ABC’s Shark Tank, Corcoran had to make a few daring maneuvers to land this prime property. “Years ago I was trying to get my old business the Corcoran Group through some hard times, so I took a Jacob Sanchez Diagnosed with autism Lack of speech is a sign of autism. Learn the others at autismspeaks.org/signs. Hlywod #6*1/ ' 1 2 1 KITCHEN UPGRADE When Corcoran moved in, the breakfast nook’s glass atrium held a bathroom. “Talk about the prettiest spot in the house for the worst use,” she says. 2 VIEW FROM THE TOP 3 The 16th-floor penthouse boasts one of the city’s most desirable vistas, overlooking Central Park. 3 GREEN THUMB Corcoran brought her love for the outdoors in with a dedicated area for potting her container garden. 4 MAKEOVER MADNESS The chartreuse library, which features a B&B Italia coffee table and a pair of bold armchairs, has undergone countless color changes. “It’s probably one inch smaller for how many times I repainted it,” says Corcoran. 5 SPORTS CENTER Her shih tzu Max referees the family’s nightly PingPong matches in the living room. “It seems to get out all the anxiety of living in New York City,” she says. 4 second job as a messenger. I was delivering an envelope to the woman who lived here, and when she opened the door of the elevator, I saw that terrace,” she says, pointing to her enviable outdoor space with views across Central Park. “I said, ‘Excuse me, ma’am, but if you ever sell this place, will you call me first?’ ” Corcoran says that the woman politely obliged and, she ﬁgured, promptly forgot her. “But what do you think happened 25 years later?” she asks with a gleeful grin. “I got rich. I sold my business. She knew who I was, and she called me ﬁrst.” After negotiating the price down by millions—“She was dreaming,” Corcoran says of the original number—she closed the deal. “I feel like it really was destined for me,” she notes. “And it was a good real estate year, thank God.” The savvy investor spent two years renovating the place, ﬂipping the upstairs and downstairs floor plans and transforming a historic greenhouse into her light-ﬁlled kitchen, before her family—husband Bill Higgins, a retired Navy captain and FBI agent, age 73, and their children Tom, 23, and Kate, 12—ﬁnally moved in a little over a year ago. Now, she says, there’s no place she’d rather be. “Even on rainy, dire, dismal days, this place is sunny,” she says. “It’s like living on 5 top of the world.” —MACKENZIE SCHMIDT PEOPLE April 16, 2018 83 SELF-TANNING THAT IS EFFORTLESSLY SUBLIME. YOU’RE GOLDEN. NEW CAMILA CABELLO SUBLIME BRONZE LIGHTWEIGHT MILK WITH VITAMIN E HYDRATES AND NOURISHES SKIN. 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GET IT EARLY If you have a Target REDcard, you’ll be able to shop a whole week early, starting April 7, on target.com. Large backpack, $40 Reusable tote bag, $6 ANNA KENDRICK WEARING PIECES FROM THE COLLABORATION By Sharon Kanter Cute fr Kids! There are more than 80 toddler and children’s items, including these colorful pull-on wellies ($30). beauty Eco-Frendly Finds YOUR PERIOD, YOUR MOVE. The Best Products at Whole Foods! The health-food store carries more than 300 beauty brands, all of which pass strict ingredient guidelines. Add these top sellers to your shopping list, just in time for Earth Month this April Weleda Skin Food, $19 Thayers AlcoholFree Rose Petal Witch Hazel Toner, $10.99 Mad Hippie Vitamin C Serum, $33.99 Whole Foods Market Ultra Body Cream Almond, Milk & Honey, $7.99 Andalou Naturals Instant Hydration Hydro Serum Facial Mask, $4.99 grb an exra br! Cocokind MyMatcha AllOver Moisture Stick, $8.99 Alaffia Good Soap, $2.49 All available at Whole Foods Market stores nationwide. Stash one of these affordable scented soaps in your closet or dresser drawer to give your clothes a light fragrance. By Jillian Ruffo pets ADVICE FROM A PRO How to Tackle Pet Allergies PEOPLE PET VET DR. EVAN ANTIN SHARES TIPS FOR ALLERGY SUFFERERS LOOKING TO ADOPT 1. Hypoallergenic isn’t allergy-free Some breeds of dogs and cats produce fewer allergens, but any pet has the potential to cause allergies. There’s no 100 percent hypoallergenic guarantee, because there’s always someone allergic to the skin or fur of a certain breed. 2. The breed can matter Poodles, Malteses and other dogs with hair instead of fur can cause fewer allergies in people. Russian blue, Balinese and Siberian cats produce less of the protein many are allergic to. 3. It’s not just about the fur Irritating pet allergens come from the flaky dander found on your pet. This dander comes from the fur, hair and skin cells that your pet sheds. 4. Grooming goes a long way Regular pet grooming appointments can help reduce the spread of allergens in your home. Keeping your pet’s fur and skin hydrated keeps allergies in check too. 5. Foster first Fostering a pet is a great way for those with allergies to explore their tolerance to the animal before making a serious commitment. 6. Seek out other mammals Rabbits can be a good option for pet lovers who are allergic to cats and dogs because they have different proteins in their fur. TREATING YOUR PET’S ALLERGIES OUR FURRY FRIENDS AREN’T IMMUNE TO ALLERGENS 88 April 16, 2018 PEOPLE Dr. Evan Antin and his rescue dog Henry at Conejo Valley Veterinary Hospital in California. CAUSES OF ALLERGIES Pets can be allergic to plants, flea bites or ingredients in their food. They may need to go on an elimination diet to figure out the source. KNOW THE SIGNS Itchy skin is a common symptom for pets with allergies. Pets will often excessively lick and scratch their paws, rear or abdomen when they are irritated by allergies. HUMAN MEDS WORK Vets will often prescribe pets with allergies the same antihistamines—like Claritin, Benadryl and Zyrtec—that are given to human allergy sufferers. CLOCKWISE FROM RIGHT: HUSSEIN KATZ; ISTOCKPHOTO/GETTY IMAGES; ERIN VEY/GETTY IMAGES; DORLING KINDERSLEY/GETTY IMAGES Trademarks owned by Société des Produits Nestlé S.A., Vevey, Switzerland. HOW DO YOU KNOW SHE’LL LOVE THE TASTE OF GRAIN FREE? THE CHOW IS HOW. Grain free. Made with real chicken. health A warning sign on display at a San Francisco Starbucks. BY THE NUMBERS THE NATIONAL COFFEE ASSOCIATION BREAKS DOWN AMERICA’S LOVE FOR JAVA CONTROVERSY OVER CHEMICALS Does Coffee Really Cause Cancer? A CALIFORNIA JUDGE DEMANDS WARNING LABELS ON COFFEE, STIRRING NEW DEBATE OVER THE HEALTH RISKS—AND BENEFITS—OF AMERICA’S FAVORITE DRINK By JULIE MAZZIOTTA 90 suing the coffee industry and alleging that the levels of acrylamide—a chemical produced when coffee beans are roasted—in an average cup of coffee are potentially dangerous to consumers. Coffee producers—along with most doctors and researchers—strongly disagree, insisting that the amount of acrylamide poses no significant threat to consumers. “There’s some acrylamide in coffee, but we’re talking about very, very low levels—trace amounts,” says Dr. Geoffrey Kabat, a cancer epidemiologist at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. In 2016 the World Health Organization removed coffee from its list of “possible carcinogens,” and the American Cancer Society says that “there —DR. GEOFFREY KABAT are currently no cancer types for which there is clearly an increased risk related to acrylamide intake.” Kabat also says there have been hundreds of scientific studies “and massive amounts of information” in the past 20 years demonstrating the health benefits from regular coffee consumption. And “what they’re all finding,” he adds, “is that either there’s no association between coffee and cancer, or coffee appears to be protective.” Nonetheless Judge Berle found that the 90 companies named in the lawsuit— including Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts and Peet’s—failed to prove their case against the effects of acrylamide. They have until April 10 to appeal, after which the final stage of the trial will determine civil penalties—where coffee shops could wind up paying up to $2,500 for every coffee drinker each day since the lawsuit was filed in 2010. “This benefits no one,” says Kabat. “It keeps people focused on the wrong things, and it provides no useful guidance for what people should do.” • $ 74.2 BILLION amount U.S. consumers spend on coffee annually. 36 82 percentage of coffee drinkers who buy their daily brew outside the home percentage of coffee drinkers who get their fix at breakfast CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: ROBERT ALEXANDER/GETTY IMAGES; VALENTYN VOLKOV/SHUTTERSTOCK; ISTOCKPHOTO/GETTY IMAGES COFFEE LOVERS HAVE enjoyed a pretty good run lately, with study after study touting the health benefits gained from a daily cup of joe—everything from lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease to warding off type 2 diabetes and Parkinson’s. That joyride came to a screeching halt recently when it was announced that California coffee shops—from Starbucks to the corner cafe— may soon be required to put up signs warning that coffee can increase the risk of cancer. Last week Los Angeles superior court judge Elihu Berle ruled in favor of the Council for Education and Research on Toxics, a nonprofit advocacy group ‘To get carried away by this trace chemical is just silly. In the balance, coffee can be very good for you’ 64 percentage of people in the U.S. who drink coffee daily Help those living and working with cancer to put on their brave faces every day. Visit QVC.com and search Beauty with Benefits to learn more and show your support. 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QVC, the Q, and the Q-Ribbon Logo are registered service marks of ER Marks, Inc. and QVC, Inc. body MELISSA FUMERO Snack What I Eat in a Day Handful of plantain chips ‘MY MAIN PHILOSOPHY IS TO EAT REAL FOOD AND LITTLE TO NO PROCESSED FOOD,’ THE 5'6" BROOKLYN NINE-NINE STAR, 35, SAYS Dinner Hydration 64 oz. of water ‘It took me about a year to learn how to cook without recipes, but it was so worth it’ Breakfast Coffee with half-and-half; 1 cup plain Greek yogurt with a handful of berries and 1⁄4 cup of granola TIP! ADD JUST 1 TBSP. OF CHIA SEEDS TO YOGURT FOR AN EXTRA 5 GRAMS OF FIBER, SAYS BLATNER —MELISSA FUMERO Dessert Glass of red wine Total Calories: 1,730 The Verdict “Melissa does a great job of Lunch Lemon-oregano shredded chicken in corn tortillas with cheese, avocado and salsa 92 cooking at home in the evening instead of going out,” says Chicago-based dietitian Dawn Jackson Blatner. “She makes simple but high-flavor meals by using fresh herbs and spices.” For an extra dose of veggies, Blatner advises adding cabbage to the tacos. And for other easy lunch options, Fumero could try making “protein plates with items like veggie sticks, egg, cheese and brownrice crackers.” But Blatner loves that Fumero indulges her cravings for wine and plantain chips while “keeping the portions in check.” By Julie Mazziotta CLOCKWISE FROM TOP RIGHT: ISTOCKPHOTO/GETTY IMAGES(4); STHANLEE MIRADOR/SIPA; IAIN BAGWELL/GETTY IMAGES; ISTOCKPHOTO/GETTY IMAGES(2); ALEAIMAGE/GETTY IMAGES Salmon baked with olive oil, garlic, oregano and mustard; mixed-greens salad with sliced almonds, feta, chopped shallot and apple, with balsamic dressing ®, TM, © 2018 Kashi Co. Join us & support farmers transitioning to organic. Kashi.com/transitional onelastthing Last indulgence Sara Gilbert Last time I felt like a kid Doing the Roseanne revival. It was such a flashback to another time. I did an episode with [former costar] Johnny Galecki, and it was so emotional. After one of the scenes we were hugging each other and crying. Last time I was frustrated When I can’t get the kids [Levi, 13, Sawyer, 10, and Rhodes, 2] to bed on time. The nighttime routine gets longer and longer. It’s “Will you read me a story, and then put on the aromatherapy diffuser, and then give me another hug and kiss, and then will you get me a water?” At some point they’re just playing me! Last romantic gesture [My wife, songwriter Linda Perry] is good with the big gestures. She sent me three flower arrangements on Valentine’s Day—one at work, two at home—and also balloons for each of the kids. Last time I danced I don’t dance. I have no rhythm. But Lionel Richie was on my talk show, and they were playing one of his songs, and I was like, “I think my feet are moving!” If someone was watching, they’d say, “Sara, that’s not dancing.” But I couldn’t help it. 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