I have added HD captures from last night’s episode, Ghost Stories, of Scream Queens! Also some stills from upcoming new episode, Thanksgiving, only 3 episodes left! Below is a video preview of next weeks episode! I added outtakes from the shoot Emma did with New York Times recently.
Below are HD captures from last nights’ new episode, Mommie Dearest, of Scream Queens! Below is video of preview of next weeks new episode! Only 4 episodes to go! Check out other photo additions below!
Emma Roberts, 24, plays the lead character Chanel Oberlin, a terrifying sorority co-president who lords over her minions (the Chanels) on the hit fall show “Scream Queens.” In real life, Ms. Roberts, who was born in the Hudson Valley but grew up in the Hollywood Hills, is quite a bit more approachable and a beauty product junkie to boot. Here, the actress and Aerie model shares her beauty favorites.
This is my favorite thing: my AmorePacific Dual Eye Cream — one is for day and one is for night. The day one has sunscreen in it. I am obsessed with beauty tips, and I’m obsessed with products. So I’m always reading online and magazines, and I’m always asking my friends what they’re using. We shoot in New Orleans, and on my days off, I go to the Saks there and get new stuff. I love beauty counters.
Right now, I can’t live without the Tata Harper Beautifying Face Oil. Then I use Murad oil-control mattifying SPF 15. It’s great because makeup goes really smoothly over it. I love Neutrogena makeup remover wipes — I have literally 10 packs of them. They’re the only ones that don’t make my eyes red.
Once a week, I love the Ren Flash One-Minute facial. I have five of them because I’m always afraid things will be discontinued. Sometimes I’ll do the SK-II sheet mask. I’ve done those sheet masks in front of boyfriends and scared the crap out of them. I don’t get embarrassed in the name of beauty.
For my body, I use almond oil I got from Whole Foods — I love the smell of it. If I’m showering in the morning, I dry brush. All the models talk about it in articles, so I tried it. I don’t really see a visible difference, but I do it anyway. I feel like it exfoliates a bit.
Check out video interview of Emma from the Teen Vogue party last weekend in NYC. Also below is an interview plus photoshoot from whowhatwear.com!
Scream Queens leading lady, #AerieReal ambassador, and Teen Vogue cover girl Emma Roberts is in high demand these days. Luckily, we were able to steal the actress away from her busy schedule for some one-on-one time.
In an exclusive interview with Roberts, we chat with the tastemaker about misconceptions in the beauty world today, how she scores the best fashion finds for her character Chanel, and the red carpet moment she’ll never forget.
Who What Wear: We’re big fans of your #AerieReal campaign. What is your definition of real beauty?
Emma Roberts: I feel like all of the people, specifically women, who I’ve always admired growing up and even now are never the people who are the most by-the-book beautiful on the outside, but are more someone who just lights up a room, someone who has things to talk about, and is smart and funny, and that whole package is magnetic. And so that to me is what true beauty is. And with Aerie, I like that their whole message is the “real you is sexy,” and they leave that open to interpretation of whatever it is that you find sexy about yourself, whether that’s something on the inside or the outside. I think that if you feel confident about something, it’s okay to own that and show that and be proud of it.
WWW: What do you think are some of the biggest misconceptions in fashion and beauty today?
ER: Well, I think that you see certain people on Instagram and you think, “Oh my god, they’re perfect, and I have all these flaws.” I think it’s about teaching, young girls especially, that there is no such thing as flaws, really. Whatever you think is a negative about yourself, someone else is going to love. It’s always an example with my girlfriends, like when I’m having the worst hair day, and they’re like, “Really? I think your hair looks amazing today!” I think so many women, because of magazines and Instagram and Photoshop, have an unrealistic view of beauty, and so I think what Aerie is doing by putting these huge billboards up in New York that are un-retouched is so rad and liberating. I mean, it’s great. My sister is 14 years old, and she was like, “That’s so cool that you are doing that, Em. I just absolutely love the photos and I can’t believe it’s not retouched. Me and my friends are all going to post un-retouched photos to celebrate your campaign.” And that made me really happy.
Sorry for the delay but all new additions below!
Emma attended two events yesterday (October 24) in New York, first EW Fest and then Teen Vogue with Aerie celebrate her November cover issue. Updated Instagram additions! Many more to be added later!
I have added captures from Scream Queens episode entitled Seven Minutes in Hell that aired this past Tuesday (October 20). I have added stills and video preview for new episode coming up, which will be on hiatus til after World Series is over, entitled Beware of Young Girls. Emma was spotted departing LAX on October 20, check out the candids below. I have added more shots from the Teen Vogue cover shoot!
HQ >> Appearances&Events >> 2015 >> Teen Vogue & Aerie celebrate November cover (10/24)
HQ >> Appearances&Events >> 2015 >> Entertainment Weekly Fest (10/24)
Candids >> 2015 >> seen at LAX airport (10/20)
Photoshoots >> 2015 >> Matteo Montanari / Bryan Tarnowski
TV Series >> Scream Queens >> Season 1 >> 01.07 – Beware Young Girls – stills
TV Series >> Scream Queens >> Season 1 >> 01.06 – Seven Minutes in Hell – captures
Misc. >> Official Twitter/Instagram Photos
Misc. >> Random Twitter/Instagram Photos
Check out some behind the scene shots from Emma’s Teen Vogue cover shoot!
Emma is the cover star for the November issue of Teen Vogue! Check out preview of shoot/article below! Also a funny horror 101 video demonstrated by Emma!
Emma Roberts can’t remember a time when she didn’t want to be an actress. “I’m in costume giving ‘blue steel’ in all the photos of me when I was younger,” she says. “I would go to school in a feather boa and do impersonations when I was in first grade.” In 2007, as she was building her acting cred, a 16-year-old Emma told Teen Vogue that she had her sights set on playing a mean girl. “I’m always the normal girl, or the shy girl, or the girl next door,” the eager ingenue said at the time. Fast-forward to 2015, and Emma has landed the mother lode of all mean-girl roles: the deliciously nasty Chanel Oberlin in the much-anticipated dark coed TV comedy on Fox, Scream Queens, from the creators of Glee and American Horror Story.
“I put it out in the universe and it came back to me,” the petite leading lady tells me when we meet in her industrial-chic New Orleans neighborhood on a sweltering (the kind of hot where even your eyeballs seem to be sweating) July afternoon. This is a reunion of sorts: The starlet and I forged a friendship back in the fall of 2008 that has included our frequenting many Met galas, rock concerts, and fashion shows together.
Emma is featured in the latest issue of Wonderland magazine, photoshoot added below, will have scans soon. Below you can watch Emma along with the costume designer for Scream Queens take a tour of the wardrobe. Also a new clip from tonights episode! I have added candids from on set with Lea Michele on September 29th. New Instagrams additions!