Entertainment Weekly revealed the cover stars for their annual Pride issue.
"Like it or not, I'm not going anywhere." Lena Waithe wants to create provocative art while elevating voices, and she's cementing her place as a Hollywood power player while doing it. https://t.co/H3D0Pq3vDI Story by @TrevellAnderson pic.twitter.com/vnbGvByZQA— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) May 4, 2021
"I'm thankful. But it also feels good to prove people wrong." At 22 years old, @LilNasX is already a pro at breaking barriers — one song (and several clapbacks) at a time. https://t.co/nQn2X15CY9 Story by Ira Madison III pic.twitter.com/eUk0YdZCkp— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) May 4, 2021
In some ways, #PoseFX’s debut gave @MjRodriguez7 a crash course in the industry. With season 3, she delivers her best work as a leading lady and aims to make her mark this coming awards season. https://t.co/khLb51uhis Story by @NickARomano pic.twitter.com/jIsLJdWgVf— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) May 4, 2021
Comedy king. #SNL breakout Bowen Yang is defining funny for a whole new generation and pushing boundaries in the process, with radical sensibility and subtly groundbreaking work. https://t.co/NdMwPbCmEl Story by @davidcanfield97 pic.twitter.com/gG1mssz0vK— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) May 4, 2021
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