Jay Ellis Covers the May/June 2014 Men’s Issue of Sheen Magazine. He talks his personal style choices and his outlook on women. Keep Reading to see Jay on KTLA where he reveals in his interview what moves he uses to romance the ladies.
“I don’t choose to wear my pants off my butt. When I wear a suit, it’s a feeling of pride, and people respect you in a different way. I don’t knock sweats, T-shirts, hoodies and hats, but there’s something about caring about how you look,” he says.
While we’re not mad that we get to see his chiseled abs on screen, Ellis says the true way to a woman’s heart is through treating her right. “I believe women are flowers, very delicate. Not that they can’t handle their own, run businesses, raise families and change the world, it’s not about that. It’s about treating someone special. My dad did that with my mom, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.”
How amazing is Lupita! She sparkles on the cover of Marie Claire Magazine and drops a few more gems in her feature. And I thought nothing could beat her quote during the 2014 Oscars Awards acceptance speech “Your dreams are valid”. Here are a few excerpts!
On waiting to win or lose at award shows
I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy. It’s an internally loud moment. It’s not even about the outcome; it’s about the agony of the unknown. It’s like waiting for test results in a hospital.
On how she feels about all the attention surrounding her beauty
Being called gorgeous is not a bad thing! But at the same time, I don’t want to thrive on people’s opinions of me.
On fashion and style
I wasn’t a follower of fashion. It was a world unknown. Then I met my stylist, Micaela Erlanger [introduced to her by friend and Non-Stop costar Michelle Dockery], and we came to interpret my style: clean lines, strong color. I don’t dress to impress; I don’t feel that pressure.
Not only did OUT shoot the iconic star but they also interviewed her inner circle for her feature! Check it OUT!
If you want to get to know someone, it helps to get to know the people around them. In Beyoncé’s case, there was no alternative. The opportunity to write about her materialized with an unusual condition: There would be no face-to-face interview. The musician was in the midst of an intense international tour, dramatically overhauled to accommodate 10 songs from her new, eponymous album. And although I would get to fly to Glasgow to see her perform the revised set, I would have to settle for an email exchange for this story. But—and this was the silver lining—I would have unprecedented access to Parkwood Entertainment, the tight-knit, furiously devoted team at the heart of Brand Beyoncé. This was more than a concession—this was being invited into Bey’s inner sanctum.
Seems like Chris Evans has no intention of retiring from acting anytime soon but would definitely like to continue directing in the near future.