Posted by Media Outrage on October 20th, 2012
There are so many words to describe Halle Berry but the one that comes to our mind the most is GORGEOUS. Yes we admit, we’ve been fans of Halle Berry since she first appeared in “Strictly Business” back in 1991 but our adoration of her as an actress has absolutely nothing to do with what our eyes see every time light hits the back of our retina and we focus on her beautiful face.
Halle Berry graces the 2012 November issue of The New York Times T Style magazine. To say that this woman’s beauty is something to be admired is an understatement.
Of course we have more shots from the spread for you and a few interesting excerpts!
On dealing with the paparazzi:
“They’re outside my house every morning. 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 struggling with acceptance in High School:
“I always had to prove myself through my actions. Be a cheerleader. Be class president. Be the editor of the newspaper. It gave me a way to show who I was without being angry or violent. By the time I left school, I had a lot of tenacity. I’d turned things around.”