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Hollywood actress dishes on the downsides of fame, covers Lucky Magazine

Lupita Nyong'O speaks out about being famous and in awkward situations and makes a glam cover girl for Lucky Magazine

Award winning actress; Lupita Nyong'O makes a vibrant cover girl for Lucky Magazine's March issue.

The face of Lancome dished exclusively to the magazine about the disadvantages of being famous, "The not-so-fun part of all this is that when I don’t feel like being famous, I still am”.

“When you’re in the middle of Manhattan and you have to pop into Starbucks to use the restroom and everyone recognizes you when you’re waiting in line, it’s awkward.”

The Oscar winning actress sported a bold stripped Balmain look and slightly tousled hair for the cover, she went all glamorous for the editorial spread of the same edition.

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