On Newsstands Now: Rita Ora, Serena Williams, Lupita Nyong'o, and More

See the beauties gracing covers in December and January.

Rita Ora on Wonderland - The British pop star gets candid about splitting from ex Calvin Harris (current boyfriend of Taylor Swift) last June. “At the time… I just wanted to crawl in my bed and die. But I got out of it on the other side, I’m surviving,” she tells the magazine, adding that the two collaborated on her forthcoming album. “I kind of saw the light at the end of the tunnel and I just wanted to change the vibe of the whole album. It was initially a really lovey-dovey album because that’s where I was, but then I obviously didn’t feel like that.”  (Photo: Wonderland Magazine, January 2016)

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Rita Ora on Wonderland

Rita Ora - The “Poison” singer is back and talking relationships with Elle, and shares some good advice about being mindful of the company you keep. “I’m telling you, man, it’s all about the people you have around you,” she says. “If people give you yeses and yeses and yeses, then you’re already screwed, in my opinion. You need them to constantly say ‘What are you doing?’ Those are the people I keep close.”  (Photo: Elle Canada via Instagram)

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Rita Ora

Tamera Mowry - Somebody’s feeling festive! We’re all about Tamera’s white sheath and Christmas-themed baubles. (Photo: Mini Magazine)

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Tamera Mowry

Photo By Photo: Mini Magazine

Serena Williams on Sports Illustrated - The magazine crowns Williams as the Sportsperson of the Year — and it's surely deserved. “Everyone always asked, ‘What was your greatest moment in tennis?’ and I always said it hasn’t happened… But I think it has happened now, and that was going back to Indian Wells and playing,” she tells the magazine. In 2001, the tennis phenom was memorably booed there and her family says she was showered with racial slurs from the crowd. “It released a lot of feelings that I didn’t even know I had. I was really surprised at how emotional I got — and how relieved I felt after everything was said and done.”  (Photo: Sports Illustrated, December 2015)

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Serena Williams on Sports Illustrated

Lupita Nyong’o on Madame Figaro - The Star Wars: The Force Awakens beauty shows off her fit arms in a silky navy drawstring top and skirt combo, adding intense smoky eyes and sweet pink lips. She’s gone to the dark side...and we love it!(Photo: Madame Figaro Magazine)

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Lupita Nyong’o on Madame Figaro

Jourdan Dunn on Lui - The British supermodel covers the racy French magazine in little more than lace panties and a silky kimono. But, hey, when you got it, flaunt it!  (Photo: Lui Magazine, January 2016)

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Jourdan Dunn on Lui

Eva Marcille on Sheen - The model’s intensity and star power never goes out of style, so it’s only fitting that she covers the women’s magazine’s 10-year anniversary issue.(Photo: Sheen Magazine)

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Eva Marcille on Sheen

Uzo Aduba on Brooklyn - The Orange Is the New Black star stole our hearts as the eccentric Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren on the hit Netflix show. “[Suzanne] is the only person who doesn’t underestimate themselves in Litchfield [Prison, where the show is set],” Aduba says in her cover story. “She thinks of herself as limitless. Suzanne, somewhere in her mind, I think she thinks that she can fly.”  (Photo: Brooklyn Magazine)

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Uzo Aduba on Brooklyn

Lupita Nyong’o on Rhapsody  - Hey, girl, hey! Lupita loves switching up her mane game. This angular, blown-out bob puts the “f” in fierce. (Photo: Rhapsody Magazine, December 2015)

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Lupita Nyong’o on Rhapsody

Viola Davis on InStyle - Wow, wow, wow. We can’t help but marvel at Viola’s effortless beauty, and we adore her sparkling lavender ensemble by Lanvin. The Emmy-winning star says of her down-to-earth style compared to her on-screen persona, “If I were to compare my style to Annalise Keating, I would say that I have absolutely no style. Annalise Keating is an Alexander McQueen, kinda Max Mara girl. That's not me. I have a five year old, so..."  (Photo: Instyle Magazine, January 2016)

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Viola Davis on InStyle

Kylie Jenner on Interview - The 18-year-old’s artistic portfolio just keeps on expanding, to the point where we’re confusing her risqué shoots with big sister Kim’s! Case in point, in the photo spread, Kylie models a pair of latex chaps with the seat cut out. On her over-the-top social media persona, she says, “I’m way flashier on Instagram and Snapchat, because I feel like that’s what people want to see and that’s what I’ve always done, so I’m not going to stop.”   (Photo: Steven Klein for Interview Magazine, December 2015)

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Kylie Jenner on Interview

Ariana Grande on Cleo Malaysia - According to the cover line, the “Focus” singer is dishing about “love, life in the limelight and her next big year” with the Malaysian magazine. Raise your hand if you’re stoked to see what this pint-size powerhouse pulls out for 2016. (Photo: Cleo Magazine, December 2015)

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Ariana Grande on Cleo Malaysia

Zendaya on Complex - The culture magazine crowns her as Woman of Next Year, so we can imagine what she has in store for 2016. But the 19-year-old Disney star says don’t hold your breath if you’re hoping she’ll have a wild child “Miley moment” anytime soon. “In order to avoid those problems just be yourself from the beginning and be honest with the world, because that's the only thing you can do. There will be no surprises... I'm not suddenly going to be like 'woo, crazy.'”  (Photo: Complex Magazine, January 2016)

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Zendaya on Complex

Lupita Nyong’o on Essence - While there’s not much known about Maz Kanata, the character she plays in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the Oscar-winning actress does open up about what made the role a clear yes. "I was on the way to the beach and all of sudden J.J. [Abrams, the director] is on the phone," she says. "I asked to see the script and they flew someone to Morocco with the script so I could read it. I was immediately interested in the character. I like to get lost in the transformation and I felt like this character would offer me that."   (Photo: Essence Magazine, January 2016)

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Lupita Nyong’o on Essence

Liya Kebede on Madame AirFrance - The Ethiopian-born model is the picture of French girl cool in a knit tank and sequin skirt while posing for the magazine's Luxury Issue.  (Photo: Madame AirFrance Magazine, December 2015/January 2016)

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Liya Kebede on Madame AirFrance

Photo By Photo: Madame AirFrance Magazine

Lupita Nyong’o on Elle UK - With her new movie, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, hitting theaters in a few weeks, we’re expecting to see this actress's face everywhere. And we ain’t mad about it.  (Photo: Elle Magazine UK, January 2016)

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Lupita Nyong’o on Elle UK

Selena Gomez on InStyle UK - The Revival singer shares the empowering message she’s learned after being subjected to body shaming earlier this year. “I’m learning that you can be comfortable and still look beautiful,” she tells the magazine. “Some days, I like what I see. Other days I’m like, ’I’m not even going to bother.'”  (Photo: InStyle Magazine, January 2016)

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Selena Gomez on InStyle UK

Tinashe on Dazed - The rising star explains to the mag why she doesn’t feel the need to censor herself as an artist. “I feel like I can inspire people in other ways. I don’t feel the need to be super-conservative in my choices or be a typical ‘role model.’ I think I can influence girls to be independent — how to make their own decisions, how to go after their goals and not just sit around waiting to get married to someone who can help build their careers. Take control as a woman: you can create that lifestyle for yourself!”  (Photo: Dazed Magazine, January 2016)

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Tinashe on Dazed