The Best of Vanity Fair Elizabeth Taylor: Eight Remarkable Stories About Hollywood’s Most Beautiful, Most Controversial Star, the first e-book published by the magazine. This isalso the first e-book to be published by Condé Nast.“Try to imagine a star who combines the talent of a Meryl Streep with the beauty of a Nicole Kidman, the sensuality of a Penélope Cruz, and thenotoriety of a Lindsay Lohan,” Carter writes. “Magnify that a hundredfold, and you’re still only halfway to Elizabeth Taylor.”
Billy Ray and Miley Cyrus…After a tough year, Billy Ray Cyrus has only onegoal in mind for his daughter Miley: Be happy. "We've always had a slogan in our family: 'If you ain't happy, it ain't working,' " Cyrus tells Parade in a new interview. "You need to love what you'redoing." "As long as she's happy and loving making music – and I know she loves acting – that's all that matters," he says.
RELATED: Miley Cyrus: 'My Family Is Good'In the past, Cyrus, 49, has beencritical of fame and the trappings of celebrity. So what would he tell aspiring musicians?
"Keep it real. Be who you are and do what you do because you love it," he says, citing the example of countrystars Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins, whom, he says, gave him the same advice. "Nothing else in this business is worth it. Don't be chasing fads or trying to necessarily be the guythat's trying to fit in with everybody else." As for the downsides of fame, Cyrus says, "It's important to stay focused on where you want to go, what you're all about and what you want to do with yourwork.
Three months after leaving a residential treatment center, teen star Demi Lovato is bravely opening up about her private struggles – not only with anorexia and bulimia, but also withbipolar disorder. "I never found out until I went into treatment that I was bipolar," Lovato told PEOPLE in a candid interview that took place last month in her L.A.-area home.
But during her...