Written by Shemika Mitchell George on Tuesday, 30 August 2011 00:00
Alicia Keys, Jennifer Anniston, & Demi Moore cover
Alicia Keyes, Jennifer Anniston and Demi Moore cover "Glamour Magazine" to promote their new film "FIVE" a short film in which each A-lister is directing for Lifetime. "Five" is an original movie which strings five short films together to show how breast cancer affects women's lives, families, and friendships. Check out part of the interview.
GLAMOUR: So what do you hope for your family?
ALICIA KEYS: We’re such a bonded happy family, and I hope that we’ll always be able to be that. For me, the most important thing is that we always take the time to understand each other and grow together. We’re all going to change. Otherwise, it’s boring. Who wants to stay the damn same all their life?
GLAMOUR: There are so many stories about you in the tabloids that are completely false. Is there anything you’d like to set the record straight on for Glamour readers?
JENNIFER ANISTON: There’s not enough space in this article. Not even enough pages in this magazine! The truth is, most celebrities are doing the same things most other people are doing every day…work, have dinner, hang out with your friends when you can, try and keep up with the crazy world we’re living in and squeeze in some zzz’s. There’s not nearly as much stealing and obsessing and middle-of-the-night secret calls to ex-boyfriends and scheming and cheating [as they lead you to believe]. Most of it’s just bulls—t, however entertaining.
GLAMOUR: That’s amazing. You’re also well-known for tweeting. Why do you use Twitter?
DEMI MOORE: Originally, Ash and I were just playing, seeing what it did and what it meant. I’m intensely private, and I’ve openly shown annoyance at the paparazzi. That’s served in the past to create an image of me where I’m always frowning or looking angry. I saw Twitter as this opportunity to connect with people and actually show a side of myself that is much lighter. And all of a sudden people were getting to know me, and I was connecting with people. At its core Twitter is about sharing, and I think that in life we never feel better or more energized than when we’re giving to someone else.