73 Questions Answered By Your Favorite Celebs3 seasons, 38 episodes
Filmed in a single shot, we ask some of our favorite personalities 73 questions to see what they like, what they hate, and most importantly – what they know.
CelebritiesActress and comedian Lilly Singh invites Vogue into her colorful, Skittles-filled home and answers 73 questions. Lilly talks about how she first found success creating videos, shows off her rapping abilities, and dances the Carlton.
FashionFashion designer Donatella Versace invites Vogue into her beautiful Milan apartment (previously owned by the late Gianni Versace) and answers 73 questions.
CelebritiesActress Gina Rodriguez invites Vogue into her room at The Jeremy West Hollywood and answers 73 questions. In this episode, presented by the Google Assistant, Gina talks about the premiere of her new movie "Ferdinand," managing her busy schedule, and the causes most important to her. Filmed at The Jeremy West Hollywood
CelebritiesRapper, producer, clothing designer, and entrepreneur Sean “Diddy” Combs invites Vogue into his home and answers 73 questions. In this episode, Diddy (who refers to himself as “Love”) talks about his biggest weakness, Biggie’s legacy, and his greatest inspiration.
CelebritiesActor Michael B. Jordan invites Vogue into his home and answers 73 Questions. In this episode, presented by the Google Assistant, Michael talks about his role in Black Panther, working with Sylvester Stallone, and his love of Japanese culture.
CelebritiesYouTube star Liza Koshy invites Vogue into her strangely familiar apartment and answers 73 Questions. Liza shows off her shrine to her alter egos Jet Packinski and Helga, and shares her tips for becoming one of the YouTube elite.
CelebritiesJust in time for Halloween, Chrissy Teigen invites Vogue into her beautiful (and haunted?) Beverly Hills home and answers 73 Questions. In this episode, presented by the Google Assistant, Chrissy tells us some of her greatest fears, her worst habits, what life is like while John Legend is on tour and much more. Featuring a special guest appearance by baby Luna!
CelebritiesWhile visiting New York City, 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' star Daisy Ridley invites Vogue inside her hotel room to answer 73 Questions. Daisy spits some bars from Eminem's 'Lose Yourself' and shows off what she can do with a real lightsaber.
Film & TVZac Efron, star of the upcoming film "The Greatest Showman," invites Vogue in and answers 73 Questions. Zac tells us about his 1964 Mustang, his best celebrity impressions, and that time he swam with a wild tiger shark.
CelebritiesBlack-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross is on top of the world. Her acclaimed performance as Dr. Rainbow Johnson has taken the veteran actress to never-before-seen heights. After winning a Golden Globe and garnering an Emmy nomination, Tracee graciously invites Vogue into her home to take a shot at answering 73 Questions.
CelebritiesWhen it comes to Vogue, legendary supermodel Cindy Crawford has done it all. The one thing the prolific cover star hasn't done yet is answer 73 Questions. Cindy invites Vogue inside her Malibu home and discusses her family, her all-time favorite photo shoot and gives her best advice for up-and-coming models.
CelebritiesSupermodel Gigi Hadid has a schedule packed full of flights and photoshoots. In-between trips from New York to LA, Gigi invites Vogue to IMG's offices where she takes a shot at answering 73 Questions. Gigi tells us who her girl-crush is, shows off her boxing skills and ranks her favorite Taylor Swift songs.
Celebrities"Quantico" and "Baywatch" star Priyanka Chopra is taking over the world. Just a short time after stunning on the Met Gala carpet, Priyanka Chopra invites Vogue in and answers 73 unexpected questions. Priyanka tells us what her favorite thing about America is, her crush on Tupac, and that time she ate worms!
Film & TVOn the eve of the Met Gala, "Master of None" co-creator Aziz Ansari makes us a smoothie while answering 73 unexpected questions. Aziz talks about his childhood crush on Elaine Benes, his displeasure with the term "foodie," and tries to rank his favorite Kanye West albums.
CelebritiesWhether it's acting, singing, or appearing on the cover of Vogue, Selena Gomez is doing it all. Instagram's biggest star invites Vogue in and takes a shot at answering 73 unexpected questions. Selena reveals the last movie that made her cry, the food she can't live without, and her favorite jingle of all-time.
Fashion WeekBefore supermodel Ashley Graham hits the runway at New York Fashion Week she invites us in for some tea, and takes a shot at answering 73 unexpected questions. Ashley reveals how she met her husband, which product she absolutely cannot live without, and how she travels to and from Fashion Week without hassle. Lexus provides courtesy transportation for designers, models, editors, retailers and industry professionals as the official automotive sponsor of New York Fashion Week.
Film & TVLena Dunham takes us inside her colorful home and talks about how she met Jack Antonoff, never wearing a bra, and what she would tell Donald Trump if she had a minute of his time. The final season of Girls returns to HBO on 2/12.
Film & TVNeil Patrick Harris takes us inside his home and shows off his personal movie theater, the actual booth from "How I Met Your Mother" and performs a hit song from the "Hamilton" soundtrack.
Film & TVEmma Stone shows off her fabulous dance moves, belts out a killer Britney Spears impression, and admits to crying in front of Tom Hanks.
Health & FitnessSimone Biles takes us to her Olympic training facility and talks about her dream date with Zac Efron, the taste of her gold medals, and dealing with the paparazzi.
FashionKendall Jenner opens up about growing up in front of the cameras, who her favorite sister is, and what part of her body she wishes people paid more attention to.
Film & TVOn the set of her clothing line debut, Serena Williams talks about the most romantic thing a guy has ever done for her, that time she tried body bowling, and the one sport she's actually bad at.