Gigi Hadid Takes A Super Stylish Walk On The Moon For The June/July Issue of Harper’s Bazaar

Gigi Hadid took it to the moon for her second Harper’s Bazaar cover in the past year.

Following last month’s 150th anniversary issue of the iconic fashion magazine (which featured Kendall Jenner on the cover—as well as projected across the Empire State Building), the 22-year-old supermodel is on the June/July issue wearing a hot pink feathered Prada hat. The shoot, by famed photographer Mariano Vivanco, is an even more glamorous take than Hadid’s last Harper’s Bazaar cover in October 2016, where she posed with a white horse in a shoot that harkened back to her days riding horseback growing up.

This time, Hadid took us out of this world entirely, posing in a space-inspired shoot where she can be seen running on the moon wearing a silver, sparkly Dolce & Gabbana dress with a pair of Stuart Weitzman heels in her hand (she’s a face of the shoe brand).

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In another shot, Hadid looked like a high fashion astronaut in a silver Chanel cape, puffer jacket and knee-high boots, posing in front of a spaceship at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

In the accompanying article, the magazine turned to one of Hadid’s close friends, Taylor Swift, to give the world an inside peek at what their A-list friendship is like.

“As a friend, Gigi is one of the first people I go to for advice. She has this incredible ability to see all sides of a situation and simplify it for you,” Swift told the magazine. And the “Bad Blood” singer revealed that Gigi has none of the diva behavior one might expect from a top model. “Gigi’s number one rule is to treat people the way she’d want to be treated. She’s on time (or early) to work, says hello to everyone on set, asks them how they are and actually listens to their response,” she said. “She is an innately kind and inclusive person.”

It’s clear that Hadid’s commitment to her career is impressive, and she admitted that at times, her drive can also be a weakness. “A lot of the time I feel suffocated by my own work ethic and by the expectations I put on myself,” Gigi said. “ is so understanding of the demands of this job and it’s really nice when you have people who say, ‘It’s okay to take time for yourself.’”

And although the model is a regular on the biggest runways in fashion (think: Chanel, Balmain, Versace) and fronts huge brand campaigns (like Maybelline, Topshop and Tommy Hilfiger), Hadid said she still gets anxiety walking the runway.

“I think it’s always going to be nerve-racking for me,” Hadid said. “There’s always a little thing, like the shoes or the dress is heavy or whatever, so that’s what you’re focused on, to make sure your walk is going to go well.”

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Lea Thompson, Beau Bridges and More Mourn Deadwood Actor Powers Boothe

Hollywood is mourning the loss of one of their own.

Actor Powers Boothe, best known for his roles in the hit television show Deadwood as well as successful films such as Sin City and The Avengersdied in his sleep from apparent natural causes on Sunday, his rep tells EW. He was 68.

News of Boothe’s death first broke online through longtime friend Beau Bridges. He tweeted, “It’s with great sadness that I mourn the passing of my friend Powers Boothe. A dear friend, great actor, devoted father & husband.”

Actress Lea Thompson, Boothe’s costar in the 1984 cult classic Red Dawn, also paid tribute to the actor on social media.

“I loved acting with you #PowersBoothe you were a gentlemen and a great actor,” she wrote alongside a photo from the movie.

Boothe made his national breakthrough in 1980 starring as a true-life demagogue and cult-leader in the CBS docudrama Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones, putting his menacing charisma into overdrive as the preacher who led 980 of his followers to commit mass suicide. Released just two years after the real incident, Boothe won an Emmy for his portrayal, which drew dialogue from real tapes recorded by Jones as he instructed his flock to consume poisoned fruit punch.

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If the performance typecast him as a roguish megalomaniac, there was still no shortage of roles for Boothe. On HBO’s Deadwood, he played the volatile, ruthless saloon owner Cy Tolliver, who was just as deadly to his “friends” as he was to his rivals, and in 1995’s Sudden Death, he was the CIA agent holding the Vice President hostage at a hockey arena.

In recent years, Boothe played the vice president who ascends to the highest office after the president is debilitated in Season 6 of Fox’s 24, and he played off his ominous presence as Col. Jim Faith, supervising Will Forte’s ingenious (but hapless) special operative in the 2010 cult-favorite comedy MacGruber. In Marvel’s The Avengers and ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. he played nefarious World Security Council leader Gideon Malick, and on TV’s Nashville, he played the manipulative, wealthy father of Connie Britton’s country star Rayna Jaymes.

From Jerseys to Onesies! Derek Jeter Flanked by Pregnant Wife Hannah as He’s Honored at Yankee Stadium

Derek Jeter may be finished with one No. 2, but he’s about to see a lot more of it — in a very different context — when his first child arrives.

The retired New York Yankees shortstop made an appearance at Yankee Stadium Sunday evening with his expectant wife Hannah Davis Jeter as his famous jersey number — 2 — was retired, to honor his storied career with the team.

Jeter, 42, and his wife took some time to pose for photos alongside a replica of his newly unveiled dedication plaque. The mom-to-be looked radiant, showing off her baby bump under a calf-length fitted white dress and long tan overcoat.

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Before Jeter threw the first pitch against the Houston Astros, he took a few moments to address the crowd during the dedication ceremony in honor of his almost-two-decade career with the legendary franchise (he retired in 2014).

“When you play here in New York for 20 years, I learned that the time flies, memories fade, but the family is forever,” he said. “And I’ll be eternally grateful to be a part of the Yankees family.”

Jeter’s records with the team include but aren’t limited to five World Series championships, an 11-year run as team captain, 14 All-Star games, 3,465 hits and numerous awards.

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The couple’s appearance Sunday night — on Mother’s Day, fittingly — comes three months after Hannah Davis Jeter, 27, revealed that she was expecting a baby girl later this year.

“Pregnant with our first child, Derek and I are looking to the future,” the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit star wrote in an essay for The Players’ Tribune.

And though the rest of the world will likely always regard her husband as a sports superstar, as Davis Jeter added of her daughter and any future siblings, “They’re going to have to be some strong little people. We don’t want them to be defined by their dad’s name — for them, we want him to just be ‘Dad.’

“That will be the piece of him they’ll have that the rest of the world doesn’t. It will be special, and it will be theirs,” she continued.

Ariel Winter Pays Tribute to Her Older Sister on Mother’s Day

Ariel Winter made a sweet Mother’s Day tribute to older sister Shanelle Gray, who has served as the Modern Family star’s guardian amid years-long family drama.

“Happy Mother’s Day to all the incredible mothers. I was lucky enough to have an unbelievable sister who raised me to be the woman I am today. I wouldn’t be anywhere without her love and guidance. She’s my rock and my best friend in the entire world. There’s no one more loving, caring, smart, and beautiful inside and out as Shanelle Gray❤️,” the 19-year-old actress began her post, which accompanied a photo of the star kissing her 38-year-old sister on the cheek.

Gray became Winter’s guardian in 2012 after the Department of Children and Family Services found evidence of her mom Chrisoula Workman emotionally abusing Ariel. Winter announced she had officially become an emancipated minor in May 2015, ending years of custody drama.

Winter concluded her message, “She’s the best mom, wife, sister, friend, and business woman in the world:) Skylar, Parker, David and I are beyond lucky. Thank you for all you are. You are so appreciated and loved.”

Winter has been public of her gratitude for her sister before.

“ supports me in everything I do, and so does my brother-in-law David,” Winter told PEOPLE at the USA Network 2013 Upfronts in New York. “Both are kind of like my biggest supporters.”

Earlier in May, all-grown-up Winter revealed she and boyfriend Levi Meaden, 29, have been living together since first sparking relationship rumors in November 2016.

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“I do have my own house, last year I bought my own house,” Winter said on Wednesday’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live. “My boyfriend and I live together. He cooks takes care of all the handy stuff. I can bake pie occasionally — pumpkin and apple.”