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From: Esquire UK.
One of the more surprising stories of the week was the news that Angelina Jolie has been made a lecturer at the London School of Economics' Centre for Women, Peace and Security.
UN Peacekeeper, actress, director...professor? This is getting out of hand now Angelina.
An unstoppable force, Adele signed a £90 million record-breaking record deal this week, making her the most lucrative British artist of all time, beating ...Robbie Williams. Those were the days, Robbie. Those were the days.
She's just launched a new trainer line with Puma, collaborated on some sunglasses with Dior, and been consistently linked with everyone's favourite lothario, Leonardo Dicaprio. With such a wild schedule, it's amazing that Rihanna even found the time to attend the Billboard Awards this week.
Busy on the campaign trail promoting X-Men Apocalypse, J-Law has revealed how her media training has gone to no use at all; recalling the time she told the press that Kim Basinger was dead (she wasn't dead), and how she keeps encouraging people to not bother going to watch her new film ...which isn't too encouraging.
A new album out this week and a star turn at the Billboard Awards, Ariana Grande is a pop star on the up. But maybe she should be a bit concerned about the zombie apocalypse that seems to be erupting behind her?
As Bond rumours continue to swirl, X-Files legend Gillian Anderson has laid her cards tweets on the table, sharing an image of her mocked up as 007, much to the delight of her fans. Sully as Bond? We're not sure. But she certainly couldn't be any worse than George Lazenby.
The first Grand Slam of the summer season, The French Open, kicked off this week, meaning that Serena Williams is back in action and back to battering any woman unlucky enough to stand in her way. She's vying for her 22nd major tournament win, which is a lot of battering.
British actress Jenna Coleman won the red carpet wars this week during her elegant stroll to promote new film Me Before You. We're not how good the film actually is, but the casting director certainly deserves a round of applause.
90 percent of the women we love this week is female.
Cao's precocious resilience has allowed her to set sights on the fashion world map.
Learning beyond her acting, singing, and social activist career. Now, we're all ears on how she discovered living through death.
She may come across as distant and private (or misleading, if you recall that
social media fiasco), but she has no qualms in baring her heart about
being a late bloomer in her career and love life.
She isnít the same woman who left the country to model.
We discover more of her own self-discovery.
One of the many emerging talents on Esquire's radar.