Monday, August 31, 2009

Taylor Lautner Teen-Vogues!

Hmm...looks like one of my sister's Teen Beat magazines from the 1980s, but it's actually the cover of the October issue of Teen Vogue, out on newsstands September 8.

Teen Vogue's new issue is all about young Hollywood, and hottie-of-the-moment Taylor Lautner is basking in his fifteen minutes of awooooooooooooo! He tells the junior issue of Vogue (which apparently is more into tapping teen girls' hormones with hot boys instead of hunchbacked anorexic models like its big sister) all about his role as a freakishly smooth-chested werewolf.

From the magazine:

“I think the fans would love anybody who played Jacob,” he says. “I’m just lucky to be the one who got the chance.”

It was his Hollywood-based karate coach who suggested Taylor give show business a chance. At first he admits he was not interested, but after a few auditions he was sold. “Taking on roles that were the opposite of what I could be in real life? That’s still my favorite thing.”

Tabloid attention and spurious rumors are the norm for the Twilight cast right now—and although Taylor is quite new to the attention, he seems capable of taking it all in stride. When asked about his alleged romance with Disney star Selena Gomez, he answers, “She’s a great girl.” Asked whether Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are indeed tangled in a torrid love triangle, he just laughs. “It’s crazy. But the fans help. They’re a big art of the motivation.”

Teen Vogue continues its annual Young Hollywood profile with seventeen talented up-and-comers poised to be the next big shots of the silver screen. Young stars like Lucas Till from the Hannah Montana movie, Miranda Cosgrove from Nickelodeon’s iCarly, and 20-year-old Rory Culkin, making his way out from under his brother’s shadows, shine in Teen Vogue’s tribute to Young Hollywood photographed by the renowned Bruce Weber.

Weber is the photographer who single-lensedly transformed Abercrombie & Fitch from your great uncle's favorite outdoor store to a softcore porn-peddling teen status symbol of such street cred that it continuously felt empowered to discriminate against: black people, Asian people, gay people, one-armed people...the list is sure to go on as the years go by!

Annnnnnnyyyyyyywayyyyyy here's your first look at your new favorite Twilight hottie in Teen Vogue:

For more, including a Tay-Tay slideshow, a quiz ("How well do you know our cover boy?"), OMG!!! A FREE TAYLOR POSTER!!!! and OMFG!!!!! A CHANCE TO WIN A TRIP TO THE NEW MOON PREMIERE!!!!!!!!!!, go to Teen Vogue.

1 comment:

Blank Blog said...

this is a good looking kid. certainly dont think he's the best model in the world though. but he's a lucky guy. it's not everyday u get featured on the cover of a world-renown magazine