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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Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian was mobbed by fans as she arrived to the grand opening of the Watts Empowerment Center. The Kardashian family received “The Key to our Hearts” for their charitable efforts to help open the center. The key reads “The Key to our hearts, for your love in action and hope of humanity.”

Photos by BAHE / BACKGRID

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Chaka Khan

Music legend Chaka Khan is best known for her timely hit songs such as “Tell Me Something Good” (1975) and “I’m every Woman” (1978), but she is concerned about today’s women’s obsession with Trans Glam makeup.

At 64, Chaka is wary of today’s makeup artists — mostly feminine men who are heavy handed with their makeup brushes, so she chooses to apply her own makeup these days.

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Bruce Jenner

The awards and accolades keep pouring in for cross-dresser Bruce Jenner.

Vogue magazine, which is slowly falling out of favor as a fashion staple, just named Jenner Best Dressed Woman of the Week.

On the list of 9 biological woman and one man, Jenner (the man) was #2.

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Kim Kardashian covers Vogue Brazil

Socialite Kim Kardashian wishes she was a superstar on the level of Marilyn Monroe — who is deceased. Even in death, Marilyn Monroe is a bigger star than Kim will ever be.

When Kim is dead and gone, no one will remember her. But Marilyn Monroe’s star will continue to shine brightly.

Maybe that’s why Kim is channeling Marilyn on the cover of Vogue Brazil magazine?

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