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Winona Ryder gushes about her love for Keri Russell on her favorite show on TV, 'The Americans'—which, like Ryder's show 'Stranger Things,' returning soon on Netflix, is also set in the 80's.

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P!nk aka Pink aka Alecia Moore sits down with W's little kid interviewer Madelyn Mannette to talk about how the iconic singer got her name, her favorite tattoo, her favorite song, her favorite singer, her favorite food, her love for candy, and what her Halloween costume is going to be.

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With ASMR Actress Margot Robbie may have moved to the United States at age 20, but she’s still a proud Aussie. In this extended ASMR interview, Robbie takes you through the sounds of her career—from her childhood smearing vegemite on toast to her breakout role as Leonardo DiCaprio’s wife in ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ to the sweet sound of a cork popping out of a bottle of champagne.

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Margot Robbie never got the “dress slutty” memo for Halloween. In fact, she tells W in her Screen Test, she prefers to dress up as boys because they have the “funnest, craziest characters.” One year she dressed up as Alien, James Franco’s character from “Spring Breakers” and was so convincing people asked to take selfies with her. Even Franco was impressed. “I felt pretty cool,” she says. Meanwhile, this year, many of her guy friends are going as her version of Harley Quinn.

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Rupert Friend's favorite birthday story was when he turned six. In 1987, a great storm hit the farm where he and his parents lived. All the trees blew down and young Rupert asked when the trees would be up again. On that day, he found out that time is real.

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There are some questions in life that never fade. 'Nsync or Backstreet Boys? Britney or Christina? Edward or Jacob? Luckily, Riverdale star Lili Reinhart is confident in her pop culture obsessions, as she makes the hard decisions for W,

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Pharrell Williams sits down with 7-year-old interview guru Poppy to discuss what makes the world-renowned musician and producer happy, which planet he'd live on, and his favorite song. To memorialize this epic encounter, Poppy and Pharrell take a couple Polaroid pictures.

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Naomi Watts tells us about her favorite birthday. On that day, she was "fully pregnant" and "stone cold sober", but received a fantastic gift from her husband Liev Schreiber: a mashup of Naomi's movie scenes spliced together with friends and family.

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Cindy Crawford's 16-year-old daughter, Kaia Gerber, walked in her first runway show at New York Fashion Week. Here are her best fashion month looks. Gerber donned yellow trousers for Calvin Klein and a white ensemble for Alexander Wang. She killed it in a neon two-piece at Rihanna's Fenty x Puma show. She walked the runway for Marc Jacobs in a yellow dress and black headwrap. She wore a knit sweater for Burberry at London Fashion Week and walked in Prada's Spring 2018 show at Milan Fashion Week.

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W Magazine presents the best-dressed royal kids from around the world: Princess Leonor and Princess Infanta Sofia of Spain. Prince Christian and Princess Isabella of Denmark. Prince Ilisahito of Japan. Sweden's Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar. Twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco. Princess Alexia, Princess Catharina-Amalia, and Princess Ariane of the Netherlands. Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan of Morocco. Princess Elisabeth of Belgium. Princess Amalia of Luxembourg and more!

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What does it take to survive in Hollywood for 60-plus years? Living legend and Oscar winner Shirley MacLaine looks back. In her Screen Test, MacLaine says everything she learned about entertainment came from playing Las Vegas. "When you hear the ice tickling in the glasses, you're doing something wrong," she says. And adds that being a professional dancer taught her not to be a diva actress: "I'm a team player, basically."

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Sanaa Lathan ("Love & Basketball", "Out of Time", "Shots Fired") recounts her favorite birthday story to W Magazine. When "The Best Man Holiday" actress was a girl, her dad, Stan Lathan, was one of the first black directors in TV. While helming Sesame Street, he blindfolded Sanaa and brought her on set to meet Big Bird then was treated to a rendition of the Happy Birthday song by the entire cast and crew.
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