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  • Hear Benedict Cumberbatch, Rachel Brosnahan and More Read Kids Stories for New Yahoo Podcast (Exclusive Audio)

    Benedict Cumberbatch, Rachel Brosnahan, Russell Brand and Zoe Saldana are reading children’s stories for a good cause — to raising money for coronavirus relief in Africa.The stars are part of Yahoo’s new podcast “STOR14S,” which launches Thursday in partnership with the GEANCO Foundation “to take families on an adventure that transports them out of their homes to exciting, new places,” the company said.New episodes will premiere every Monday on Thursday on all traditional podcast platforms as well as the Yahoo Life and Yahoo Style UK pages. The foundation is donating gloves, face masks, soap, sanitizer and disinfectant to hospitals and maternity centers in Nigeria, and training maternity nurses and traditional birth attendants to prevent the spread of the virus in maternity clinics, while also donating tablets preloaded with hundreds of books to children quarantined in their villages.Starting Thursday and going through August, celebrities and influencers will read kids’ stories chosen through a Yahoo writing competition for the public that was held throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.Also Read: Stars Who Have Tested Positive for Coronavirus (Photos)Cumberbatch will kick off the episodes, reading “Jack’s Dream.” David Oyelowo is next with “The Emperor’s Daughter,” followed by Jeff Daniels with “Mr. Oviarty’s Mysterious Booksthop” and Megalyn Echikunwoke with “The Diary of Primerose Goldie Gold.”In July, Aldis Hodge will read “The Sunshine Cake” and Brand will read “Aargh! There’s a Monster in My School!” Then, Chiwetel Ejiofor will perform “Matty Hides in Midgeton,” Rachel Brosnahan will take on “The Dog That Would Be a Prince,” Edi Gathegi will do “Flying Colours,” and Kobna Holdbrook-Smith will do “Polly Tumpkin’s Pumpkin.” After those, Thandie Newton is next with “Magic Squirrels,” followed by Sam Adegoke with “Being Mean” and Saldana with “The Runaways.”The single August episode will be Lonnie Chavis performing “Dragons Like Shiny Things.”“Focusing on our mental health has never been more urgent, and we hope ‘STOR14S’ will inspire families during this very difficult time,” said Verizon Media CEO Guru Gowrappan in a statement. “We are committed to continue to use our platform to drive change, bring stories that should be told to life and amplify awareness for voices and organizations like GEANCO, and their efforts that are making a true difference in people’s lives.”Check out the exclusive audio trailer above.Read original story Hear Benedict Cumberbatch, Rachel Brosnahan and More Read Kids Stories for New Yahoo Podcast (Exclusive Audio) At TheWrap

  • These 'Avengers' stars are heroes in real life

    The stars of the "Avengers" movies have a heroic side even after the cameras stop rolling.

  • Past and present: 15 classic and current Latina beauty icons

    Whether you scroll through social media or look to Hollywood’s leading ladies, beauty inspiration is all around.However, there’s something special about Latinas in entertainment who have made their mark both in their respective industries and when it comes to red carpet hair and makeup. With a litany of legendary and bold looks, these women emulate all the looks, from classic to trendy, while making a unique beauty statement.Feast your eyes on 15 Latina beauty icons , along with tips on how to snag their signature look for yourself.Photo: Getty Images; Yahoo photo-illustration: Priscilla De Castro

  • How to get 'glass hair', summer's 'it' hairstyle

    Glass hair isn't a new trend, says celebrity hairstylist Cynthia Alvarez, and you can easily get the look, no matter your hair type.

  • The best looks from the 'Avengers: Infinity War' premiere

    Never has there been a premiere with quite so many famous faces.A-list stars from all over the world congregated in Los Angeles Monday night to celebrate the latest film in the Marvel franchise, Avengers: Infinity War.From Scarlett Johansson and Gwyneth Paltrow to Brie Larson and Benedict Cumberbatch, dozens of celebrities attended the event in support of Marvel Studios.Johansson, wearing a metallic Erdem dress paired with purple eyeshadow, was one of the best-dressed stars.Larson opted for a softer look, a backless Carolina Herrera gown.Cumberbatch, Chadwick Boseman, and Robert Downey Jr. wore a trio of slick suits, but it was Black Panther star Letitia Wright’s cosmic Prada look that stole the show.Elsewhere, Zoe Saldana worked a monochrome Givenchy ensemble, and Vin Diesel wore a Groot-themed jacket in honor of his Guardians of the Galaxy character.Scroll through to see the best looks of the night.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle:• Melania Trump wore a giant white hat and people have opinions • Gigi Hadid celebrated her golden birthday in gold Versace — and a tracksuit • Kylie Jenner’s makeup-free moment with Stormi is giving fans ‘baby fever’Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

  • 15 times we screamed while watching Drake's celeb-heavy new video

    The last time Drake dropped a new music video, we cried. (He bought strangers groceries! So nice!) Now, thanks to his new celebrity-packed video for "Nice For What," we're screaming.  The 4-and-a-half minute video from 22-year-old director Karena Evans features cameos from 16 super famous women, including Tracee Ellis Ross, Issa Rae, and Misty Copeland.  SEE ALSO: Drake gives away almost a million dollars in the new 'God's Plan' music video Drake's there too, serving as filler between shots of Olivia Wilde writhing on a table and Tiffany Haddish smoking cigarettes. But forget Drake for a second: This video's all about the women.  Below, 15 moments we shrieked to high heaven while watching this music video for the first time.  1. Actress Olivia Wilde smashing dishes.  2. Ballerina Misty Copeland dancing to Drake in pointe shoes. 3. Star of HBO's <em>Insecure</em> Issa Rae leading the board meeting. 4. Actress Rashida Jones applying her lipstick in the backseat of a very fancy car. 5. Model Jourdan Dunn living that wealthy horse girl lifestyle. 6. Actress and <em>Blackish</em> star Tracee Ellis Ross at the sculpture garden, shimmering in a sequin jumpsuit. 7. Actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish unwinding with a cigarette after all that who-bit-Beyoncé drama. 8. Actress, <em>Grown-ish</em> star, and future Harvard University undergrad Yara Shahidi studying hard.  (Crucial note: Michelle Obama wrote her recommendation letter!) 9. Actress Zoe Saldana hanging with her babies. 10. Model sisters Elizabeth and Victoria Lejonhjärta (and friends of Drake) sitting on their thrones. 11. Actress and <em>Black Panther</em> star Letita Wright dancing on a rooftop. 12. Actress and star of <em>The Florida Project</em> Bria Vinaite driving a go-cart. 13. Actress Emma Roberts at the pool. 14. Singer Syd having a leisurely takeout dinner. 15. Actress Michelle Rodriguez levitating. WATCH: This dancing robot really appreciates a good U2 cover

  • Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis used a controversial $1,160 crib to get their son to go to sleep

    Parents Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have nailed their bedtime routine: They used a smart sleeper to rock their youngest baby to sleep. During the February 14th podcast “Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard,” Kutcher shared how parenting 3-year-old Wyatt and 1-year-old Dimitri with Kunis, has changed their lives, particularly in the area of sleep. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher used a smart crib to soothe their baby to sleep.

  • Amy Schumer, and 7 other celebrities who secretly got married

    News that Amy Schumer has tied the knot with chef Chris Fischer — to whom she had only days earlier posted about on social media for the first time — was unexpected. Schumer chose a different path — fans didn’t even know she was engaged! — and she’s not the only one. Jordin Sparks and husband Dana Isaiah walk the red carpet in December 2017.

  • Jane Fonda, 79, works the off-the-shoulder look on the red capet

    At last night’s LACMA Art + Film Gala, the annual benefit for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Jane Fonda stood out in particular.

  • Gisele Bündchen and others stunned at Green Carpet Fashion Awards

    Celebrities from Gisele Bündchen to Dakota Johnson showed off their eco-chic styles at the Green Carpet Fashion Awards during Milan Fashion Week.

  • The $72 pre-destroyed T-shirt that celebs love

    The ’90s were&nbsp;all about big logo tees and distressed&nbsp;apparel, like hole-filled jeans and T-shirts with&nbsp;loose, hanging threads. Now, more than&nbsp;20&nbsp;years later, the ’90s pre-destroyed trend is back, thanks in part to celebrities like Ashley Graham, Gisele Bündchen, Zoe Saldana, and others&nbsp;stepping out in the Harlow Destroyed BFF Tee.It comes from fashion brand n:Philanthrophy,&nbsp;which specializes in providing on-trend basics that are a bit&nbsp;atypical&nbsp;— such as&nbsp;tees featuring&nbsp;hand-distressed elements like a cutout around the collar&nbsp;(as with the Harlow) or fleece trousers and dresses with&nbsp;lace-up detailing along the side seams and chest area.The Harlow comes in four colors — black, white, heather gray, and dark brown — and retails for $72.Of course, if you want&nbsp;an authentic “distressed” T-shirt, you could easily opt for the budget-friendly version, which involves your taking a pair of scissors to a pack of Hanes from Walmart. (But just FYI —&nbsp;n:Philanthropy donates&nbsp;10 percent of its&nbsp;net proceeds to&nbsp;pediatric cancer research and animal welfare causes through its partnerships with the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles&nbsp;and&nbsp;ASPCA.)Click ahead to see celebs rock this $72 tee. Would you buy one? Tell us in the comments below.Read more from Yahoo Style + Beauty: • Adriana Lima looks like a goth Barbie doll at Beautycon • The hottest red carpet looks from the 2017 Teen Choice Awards&nbsp; • Body-positive Instagram model shuts down cruel crop-top bashers&nbsp;Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.

  • Zoe Saldana’s 3 Sons Are Obsessed With Female Superheroes

    "I’m raising three boys as someone who has done three movies that have become franchises. My boys are obsessed with female superheroes," says Zoe Saldana.

  • Zoe Saldana’s Go-To Beauty Product Costs a Whopping $6

    Actress Zoe Saldana has a simple philosophy about moisturizers: “If I can cook with it, I can rub it in. It’s the best.”

  • Zoe Saldana, Selena Gomez, and More Celebs Prove Orange Is the New Black on the Red Carpet

    Celebrities often opt for neutral colors for red carpet appearances and formal affairs. However, members of the Hollywood set have been testing out a different, more offbeat&nbsp;color recently:&nbsp;burnt orange.&nbsp;Shades of orange have been spotted everywhere, from glamorous&nbsp;movie premieres to casual street style looks. Zoe Saldana wore a shimmering orange gown this week to the Hollywood premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Click through to see other stars who are incorporating different shades of orange into their wardrobe.Read more from Yahoo Style + Beauty:Body-Positivity Blogger Ana Rojas Tells Us Why She Responds to ‘Trolls’Christie Brinkley, Kendall Jenner, and Demi Moore Celebrate 150th Anniversary of Harper’s‘Pretty Little Liars’ Stars Get Real About Body Image: ‘I Decided to Be Honest’Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.

  • Why Zoe Saldana Doesn't See Race

    Zoe Saldana is a movie star with multiple film franchises under her belt. The Guardians of the Galaxy star has plenty of experience playing an otherworldly being. In addition to her turn as green-skinned Gamora, a reformed intergalactic assassin, in the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise — a role she will reprise in the sequel, out May 5 — Saldana starred in James Cameron's Avatar and the latest film reboot of Star Trek. "[Playing a science fiction character] makes me feel superhuman because, obviously, it’s been brought to my attention continuously since I was born that I’m not a conventional person because of the color of my skin or my gender or my cultural background," Saldana told The Daily Telegraph’s Stellar.

  • Zoe Saldana’s Hair Secret Is Hiding in Your Liquor Cabinet

    Our favorite part of celebrity interviews is when they spill their beauty secrets, especially when those secrets involve DIYing at-home hair remedies…

  • Who Wore Mesh Better? Kylie Jenner and Priyanka Chopra Face Off

    Kylie Jenner stepped out in head-to-toe mesh netting while Priyanka Chopra stopped by the Tonight Show in a sheer, blue short dress. Emma Watson looked like Belle in real life wearing Dior Haute Couture, and Zoe Saldana donned a mature look for the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards. Watch Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee round up his favorite looks of the week and pit them head-to-head to see who will emerge as the winner in this week’s edition of Knockout Style.

  • See What Zendaya, Mariah and Demi Lovato Wore To The Kids' Choice Awards

    Slime happens. At least, if you’re lucky enough to be deemed slime-worthy at the annual Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, which took place Saturday in Los Angeles. It was a family affair, with Mariah Carey twinning with her daughter Monroe, and Gwen Stefani bringing her boys. Here’s who was there and dazzled on the red carpet (or not).Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.

  • People Think These Celebs Look Exactly Alike

    Fans think Sarah Hyland, left, and Lucy Hale look alike. Lucy Hale recently posted a sweet snap hugging her friend — fellow actress Sarah Hyland — and fans were quick to notice the similarities between the two. It’s clear Hale is well aware of the pair’s look-alike status.

  • ‘This Is Us’ Star Chrissy Metz Stresses Out Over Dresses, Hair, Shoes

    On Thursday night, guests like Zoe Saldana, Naomi Watts, Michelle Dockery, and Patricia Arquette stepped out to celebrate this year’s nominees. Inside the legendary venue, Watts and Oscar winner Christoph Waltz chatted in the courtyard, while nearby Saldana and her look-alike sister Cicely took in the scene from a velvet sofa.

  • Zoe Saldana Has a Message For Body Shamers

    Zoe Saldana is crazy-close with her mother and sisters. And that’s a major reason the actress, now starring in the period thriller Live By Night, doesn’t let any trash talkers get under her skin.

  • Best Celebrity Beauty Looks of the Week: Lupita Nyong'o's Stunning Headwrap, Jennifer Lopez's High Pony, and More

    There’s no shortage of bronzer, false eyelashes, and bold lipsticks on our best celebrity beauty looks of the week list. Scroll through our top 10 picks (yes, that’s Lupita Nyong’o rocking a regal head scarf and Jennifer Lopez all aglow), and tell us in the comments section which star’s hair and makeup you absolutely love the most.Let's keep in touch! Follow Yahoo Beauty on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.

  • #CopyThat: Zoe Saldana’s Periwinkle Eyes

    The 38-year-old's beauty look may seem not of this world, but it's actually really simple to copy.

  • Zoë Saldana Recalls a Producer Telling Her: 'I Hired You to Look Good in Your Underwear Holding a Gun'

    Zoë Saldana has proven herself to be a talented actress who stars in box-office hits, but she still finds a major double standard in Hollywood. In a candid interview with Allure, the 37-year-old revealed that a producer once told her, "I hired you to look good in your underwear holding a gun." "I was told walking into this project that they really wanted me for the part, and that any input or ideas I had to please share them," she says. ...

  • The 20 Most Glamorous Oscar Hairstyles

    The Academy Awards are always a night of glitz and glamour, but there are certain stars who always have us talking about their hair look the next day. Here are a few of our favorites through the years.