In the 1980s, actors Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Rob Lowe, Demi Moore, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, and Ally Sheedy ruled Hollywood in what was known as the “Brat Pack.” Now, 35 years later, it’s Justin Bieber, Kendall Jenner, and Gigi Hadid’s turn, along with fellow young Hollywood stars Ansel Elgort, Dylan Penn, and Hopper Penn. In a new spread dubbed by Vogue magazine as “Hollywood’s New Brat Pack,” the youngsters open up about being in the limelight.
“I’ve been kind of on the low, just working on the new album,” Bieber, who poses alongside a bikini-clad Jenner, told the mag. “Maybe I’ve had too much time on my hands…Now I’m ready to get back on the grid.”
Budding models Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner, who posed for photographer Mario Testino along with Kylie Jenner’s new dog Norman, opened up to the magazine about their newfound friendship.
“Gigi and I? We first met at Nobu Malibu,” Bruce Jenner’s daughter told Vogue of her catwalk pal. “I knew her younger sister [Bella Hadid] better back then, but — flash-forward a while — Gigi and I both ended up modeling in New York a lot, so we started to get together and, of course, clicked right away.”
Divergent star Ansel Elgort also made the cut, telling the magazine he likes “a lot about L.A.” including “getting really good sushi and going to Venice Beach to play basketball and watch the skateboarders.”
And while the young stars are only just beginning, Jenner tells Vogue there are downsides to attaining fame. “I like to think that I can just grab a pair of sunglasses and go anywhere — but subconsciously I’m aware when I’m at the gym that I need to save some energy so I can do a 40-heard dash, in sub-4.5 seconds, straight to the front seat of my car when I leave,” the brunette said of the paparazzi.
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