Only a star as huge as Halle Berry could have a comeback moment without actually ever going away.
On the brink of the release of her highly anticipated film, Cloud Atlas, Halle is one of the most coveted cover stars in the game right now.
As a follow-up to the cover of InStyle last week, Halle is now covering T Magazine, and serving up no-holds barred interviews hot and ready.
Check out some excerpts from Halle's T Magazine cover story interview below:
On her trouble with the paps:
"I get it about the celebrity stuff. It’s part of my job to recognize that there’s a certain part of my life the public wants to hear about. But it’s not O.K. that they’re doing terrible things to my daughter. One night, after they chased us, it took me two hours just to get her calmed down enough to get to sleep.’’
On keeping herself grounded:
“I always felt like the underdog. Behind the eight ball. I learned not to be too high on the hog. Even that night I won the Oscar, I had a fundamental knowing, it was just a moment in time. Driving home that night, back to my house, I felt like Cinderella. I said, ‘When this night is over, I’m going back to who I was.’ And I did.”
On perceiving her image as a black woman:
“My mother helped me identify myself the way the world would identify me. Bloodlines didn’t matter as much as how I would be perceived” — as beautiful but also as a black woman in a world in which the images of beautiful, successful black women were notably absent.”
In addition to her T Magazine cover, Halle is also featured on the cover of Interview Russia's Andy Warhol special edition, looking like the stunning movie star she is.
Check out the Interview Magazine cover below and be sure to check out her full spread and T Magazine cover story.
SOURCE: T Magazine