Beyonce and Meghan Markle

Beyonce wasn't the first choice to appear on the cover of U.S. Vogue's September issue -- the first choice was Duchess Meghan of Sussex.

Friends say Meghan Markle would've killed to be on the cover of Vogue, before her marriage to England's Prince Harry in May.

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Oprah Winfrey

Just in case you missed the message that Oprah Winfrey is not running for president in 2020, she repeated herself in the March 2018 issue of In Style magazine. The 63-year-old billionaire confirmed that she has no desire whatsoever to oust President Donald Trump from the White House -- even though many think she has the best chance.

"It's not something that interests me," she said. "I don't have the DNA for it."

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Cardi B

Rapper Cardi B covers the current issue of Billboard magazine to celebrate her historic rise to the top of the Hot 100 chart.

But despite her many achievements in 2017, the 25-year-old Bronx native has one regret: that she failed to deliver a second hit record to avoid being categorized as a "one-hit-wonder" for life.

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Eve Cooper

Eve Jeffers-Cooper recently replaced Aisha Tyler as co-host on CBS daytime talk show 'The Talk', and she is already snatching wigs.

On Wednesday's show, the 39-year-old rapper/actress ripped washed up rapper Nicki Minaj for having a ménage à trois with herself on a Paper magazine cover.

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Lil Yachty

Nothing was going right for a suburban Atlanta kid who struggled for years to sign his first record deal. The Gay Agenda had already taken hold in America's black suburbs when former U.S. President Obama made it safe for the last bastion of masculinity in the hood -- rappers and drug dealers -- to flaunt their homosexuality.

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Melania Trump

Vanity Fair Mexico magazine taunted President Trump by putting an old photo of his wife, former model Melania Trump, on its cover.

The February 2017 cover features Melania, 46, sitting at a table pretending to eat a bowl of long strands of diamonds twisted around a fork like spaghetti.

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Chance The Rapper

Chance The Rapper covers the February 2017 issue of GQ magazine. The 23-year-old Chicago native explains why he won't give in to irrational fears about a Donald Trump presidency:

“My dad's the man. And I can't say that enough," Chance says about his father, Ken Williams-Bennett, who was an aide to former Chicago mayor Harold Washington and also worked for then-Senator Barack Obama.

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Kevin Durant

NBA superstar Kevin Durant graces the cover of the current issue of Rolling Stone magazine. Durant is the only hope for Golden State Warriors to win the 2016-17 NBA championships. Good luck with that.

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