May 11, 2015 12:00 PM

For May 5, 2015

Sandra Bullock has true, authentic beauty’

Rose Mainieri Colorado Springs

Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock is obviously beautiful, but she also knows that true beauty comes from how you treat others. It isn’t always about being young, perfect and Barbie-like.

Mimi via

You got this one right. Sandra has such beauty within her and is a warm person and a wonderful mother. She also had such a heartfelt interview.

Judy Young Rotterdam, N.Y.

As long as Sophia Loren is alive, no one else can be considered the World’s Most Beautiful Woman.

Berlin Marsh Pittsburgh

Duggars’ Makeover

The picture of the Duggar girls with their mom is beautiful! They always stay true to what they believe in and do not get caught up in Hollywood’s ways.

Patricia Hawthorne

Titusville, Fla.

Cleveland Kidnapping Victims

Few articles have broken my heart, then filled it with awe. These young women survived 10 awful years of abuse, then ultimately escaped. Today they are putting Ariel Castro’s house of horror in their rearview mirror. Good for them!

Sonja L. Dowis Dallas, Ga.

I don’t think any of us can ever fully understand the horror that all of these girls went through for a decade. I am just glad that they are all living and free.

Emily via

Women at War

Your “Real-Life GI Janes” piece moved me to tears. These women are amazing and beautiful, inside and out, and do not get the recognition they deserve for what they do for our country and freedom.

Corinna Richardson

Angleton, Texas


In the April 27 article on Sophie Turner we incorrectly stated that her Game of Thrones character, Sansa Stark, was married to Joffrey Baratheon. She was only betrothed. In our May 4 PEOPLE Picks, the song “Pure Imagination” is from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, not Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. People regrets the errors.


Yeardley Love’s Legacy

Five years after University of Virginia lacrosse player Yeardley Love [inset], 22, was beaten to death by her ex-boyfriend George Huguely V, which we wrote about in our May 24, 2010, issue, her mother, Sharon Love, and sister Alexis Love Hodges are leading a national effort to stop relationship violence. Their One Love Foundation, http://www.joinonelove .org, has visited more than 60 high school and college campuses this year, using a film and workshop to teach 16- to 24-year-olds to spot red flags and protect themselves and their friends. “I’m hoping it will do for others what it might have done for us,” says Sharon Love, 65. “And it keeps Yeardley’s memory alive.” Huguely, 27, is serving 23 years in prison.

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