Orange Is The New Black Stars Get Glam On The Cover Of Essence Mag

- By Bossip Staff

‘OITNB’ Stars Cover Essence Magazine

“Orange is the New Black” stars Uzo Aduba, Danielle Brooks, Laverne Cox, Vicky Jeudy, Adrienne C. Moore and Samira Wiley cover this month’s issue of Essence magazine in celebration being “sexy at every size.” Decked out in glam orange, each star of the breakout hit Nexflix series detail what it is they love most about their physical appearance. Looks like they have a lot to love, right?

Via Essence:

Two-time ESSENCE cover star Laverne Cox describes her ritual of learning to love herself, no matter what: “This is intense, and it’s hard. What I’ve been doing is looking in the mirror and listing all the things I have an issue with and then saying, ‘This is beautiful.’ I just go down the list and tell myself, ‘You have to accept that this is you today.’ I make time to do this.”

“Being [my size] in this industry is so rare,” says 25-year-old stunner, Danielle Brooks, “but regular people look more like me than runway models. To show beauty in a different way really lights me up inside. That’s so cheesy, but it does.”

Emmy-winner Uzo Aduba admits it took her time to fully embrace her signature smile. “For the majority of my first 18 years, I hated my gap. My mom would tell me that in Nigeria, it’s a sign of beauty. I was like, ‘We’re in Massachusetts.'” She continues, “Today there’s not a selfie or personal photo I take where I’m not smiling wide. It sometimes feels as if I’m making up for lost smiles.”

Nice! Will you be grabbing a copy?

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