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Cover of the Month: Renee Zellweger for InStyle Magazine

Renee Zellweger is back and looking more fab than ever before. She is live in living color promoting her new movie Leatherheads. Check out her fresh look and the bold colors she wears so well. Our favorite leading lady is just dazzling in vibrant blues, greens and purples. Her hair make-up is very low key with rosy cheek and berry lips. Renee took the cue from celebs like Rihanna, Victoria Beckham and Katie Holmes and chopped off her locks. She still looks glam the pixie cut.
On liking her job: “I genuinely like what I do. I’m shooting here in Canada with a bunch of wonderful people. Not long ago I worked in the Carolinas for Leatherheads with a group of other people whom I liked a lot. Admittedly, I rarely go to my farm because it’s just up the road from my best friend’s farm, where my godkids, who are toddlers, live, and my cat. So I go to her house. Or to my brother’s house, where my nieces and nephew are. And I have an apartment in New York, where I change out the contents of a suitcase, catch up on my life there.”

On being a happy person: I’m fortunate. I think I was born happy. If I have a bad moment, it doesn’t take me long to switch the gear back. I say, ‘That sucked,’ and move on. There’s a lot I want to do. I want to be better at things. I want to know more; I want to understand more. I want to figure out what it is I’m supposed to do. I’m on the road, but I know it’s not the whole road.”
On working with George Clooney: “It was a no-brainer. I heard George was making a movie [Leatherheads] and I said, “When?” If he had asked me to make peanut butter sandwiches for the catering, I would have said, “Crunchy or smooth?” It’s never less than great with him. And poor me, I had to watch guys throwing a football all day. Yeah, that was horrible. I guess somebody had to do it. Talk about living the dream.”
On getting to wear great clothes: “I really appreciate the artistry in fashion now. It’s extraordinary to wear one of those red-carpet gowns. They’re beautiful. They’re art.”