Not only do the three women pictured above share superstar status, relentless paparazzi pursuit and successful careers – they also share a passion for community, world issues and life itself. In October’s issue of Glamour magazine, the talented trio dish on their latest films, foundations and babies too!
On the kind of man Alicia Keys wants her son Egypt to be and her hopes for her family: “I do think about it a lot. He’s going to be a man in this world. It’s a beautiful blessing that I get to help raise a man. And I want to show him as much as possible. We’re such a bonded happy family, and I hope that we’ll always be able to be that. For me, the most important thing is that we always take the time to understand each other and grow together. We’re all going to change. Otherwise, it’s boring. Who wants to stay the damn same all their life?”
On Demi Moore‘s and her husband Ashton Kutchner‘s dedication to stop human sex trafficking: [They launched the viral video, Real Men Don’t Buy Girls] “We saw a documentary profiling girls in Cambodia as young as five, six, seven, who were being trafficked, and it really stopped us in our tracks. We said, ‘We can’t live in this world and not do something about it.’ ”
On why Jennifer Aniston feels breast cancer stories still need telling: “Because we don’t yet have a cure, and cancer has grown 30,000 snakes out of its head. We need to go at this Medusa with all the firepower we’ve got, from research and legislation, to awareness and early detection, to support groups and compassion for everyone who walks through this. We need to show up for them, to talk to them, to not be afraid.”
Continue reading the article about Jen, Demi and Alicia at Glamour…