Beyonce reminded us how dayam fine she is on the new cover of GQ, flaunting leopard red panties with zipper pockets and an athletic blue cut-off T-shirt. It’s been a pretty good couples day for Beyonce — not that she ever really has any BAD days in our eyes. Along with covering the Feb. 2013 issue she announced that she’ll be releasing a new song with her old R&B group Destiny’s Child, who haven’t recorded together in EIGHT YEARS!!
On top of that, the 31-year-old is releasing a new album with over 50 songs in the pipeline, collaborating with people like Pharell, Timbaland and Justin Timberlake.
You can read more about Bey in the new issue of GQ, and check out more photos below!! How excited are you for her new album??
Justin Bieber getting sh*t-faced? We could have told you that. The Wanted revealed to us a while ago that they might’ve had a drink with the popstar. He’s underage but considering the industry he’s in and the simple fact that he’s a teenager, we’re not surprised. He told GQ that he’s never lost control, but he has had a beer. “For me, it’s just like, I like to be in control of myself. I mean, I’ve had a beer, like, before…But I never get out of control,” he said.
The Biebs looked dapper in the spread and opened up about his evolution from boy to man in the interview. Bieber is in that grey-zone right now where he has to make that transition from kid to a “swaggy adult.” And he demands respect.
He also defends Kim Kardashian in the article after catching one of his business advisors ragging on her. You guys are so mean, bro…. People say she doesn’t do anything; she actually does do stuff…. She works hard,” he said. We don’t necessarily agree, but it’s nice that he stuck up for her.
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After the massive popularity of Disney Princesses on magazine covers, the Petite Tiaras Tumblr page has turned their attention to men.
The post features a few of your favourite Disney Princes on popular men’s magazines. Someone has craftily photoshopped the front covers of GQ, Men’s Journal, Esquire and Vogue with leading men from The Little Mermaid, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella.
The princes are posing beside hilarious editorials will headlines like: “Ariel Spills About Her Brand New Beau ” and “How To Look Your Best at The Next Ball.”
It’s not a bad idea, considering these fictional characters are the blueprint for what every women looks for in a man. GQ might want to consider printing one of these, after all, very few women can say no to Prince Charming.
See the rest of the photos here.
They’re the guys who party on boats with T-Pain. They’re the guys that just had sex with your mom and they’re the guys that jizz in their pants at the grocery store. The guys of Lonely Island sure get into a lot of shenanigans but just because it’s the holiday season doesn’t mean they’re smartening up.
For the winter edition of GQ Magazine, Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer, and Jorma Taccone, pose for a couple of Holiday album covers that will probably never seize to exist.
You can check out for jolly album covers over at Buzzfeed. We also have a behind-the-scenes video of the photo shoot posted below.
After announcing their split last year, Billy Ray Cyrus is now claiming that he and his wife Trish have decided to reconcile, MTV News reports.
“I dropped the divorce,” Miley Cyrus’ dad told “The View” hosts during a pre-taped appearance that aired on Friday. ”I wanted to put my family back together.”
Cyrus was on the show to promote his new album, I’m an American, out in June. He claimed his family are working out their problems. Which is good, because Billy Ray and Trish have been married for 17 years. Counts for something.
“Communication I think is one of the biggest problems that we as human beings have in this whole world,” he said. “And I think for the first time me and my entire family are finally communicating with each other in a way that, it’s been quite some time … and to answer your question, things are really the best they’ve ever been.”
Cyrus also retracted the controversial statements he made in a GQ interview, in which he said that his and Miley’s hit Disney series “Hannah Montana” destroyed his family. ”I feel like I kind of got my Miley back in a way,” he said. “I feel like we are the daddy and the daughter that we were before ‘Hannah Montana’ happened. I love ‘Hannah Montana.’ I love Disney. That didn’t tear my family apart.”
I’ve never been a fan of fathers who discuss every detail of their personal lives with the media. I mean, Michael Lohan anyone? That being said, though, I am glad Billy Ray is talking about these issues. I’m glad he’s moving forward in a positive way and genuinely taking back all the negative things he’s said in the past.
After a tough year, including the flak he’s gotten for the GQ interview and Miley’s salvia controversy, I’m really rooting for this family to get back on their feet. If not, it’ll break my “Achy Breaky Heart!”
Sorry, I had to.
Lea Michele, Diana Agron, and Corey Montieth of “Glee” are featured on the cover of GQ’s November issue. The two women are rather scantily clad, but the cover is not really the source of controversy, it’s what’s inside.
Agron and Michele are featured in a sexy school girl spread that the Parents Television Council has deemed as “bordering on pedophilia” reports celebrity-gossip.net. Michele is actually photographed with her legs spread apart holding a lollypop while sitting on a locker room bench.
Though Michele hasn’t spoken out against the backlash surrounding the photoshoot, Agron has. Agron sort of apologizes for the photos but basically says that your eight-year-old children probably shouldn’t be reading GQ in the first place.
GQ is a Men’s Magazine so it is not surprising to see women objectified on the cover and in the pages. I admit the pictures are racy, but they are why the magazine sells. Perhaps, the stars of “Glee” were a poor choice for an issue.
While “Glee” has a teen demographic, it is not entirely tame. The show payed homage to Rocky Horror Picture Show, for Christ’s sake, a film that is completely centered on sex.
So your eight -year-olds are listening to Katy Perry, watching “Glee”, and reading Twilight they are definitely going to learn about sex and see some women in bikinis and tight fitting clothing.
In terms of the spread “bordering on pedophilia” I think that claim is a little overboard. The show is about high school so a photo shoot with a Britney Spears “Hit Me Baby One More Time” aesthetic does seem appropriate.
I don’t necessarily think the “Glee” stars owe any one an apology. After all, sex sells.
Helen Mirren has stirred up a frenzy after telling GQ magazine her controversial position on date rape.
The thespian, who also revealed she has been date raped, thinks that if a man and women had consensually had sex prior to the date rape, the man should not be charged.
“I don’t think she can have that man into court under those circumstances,” Mirren said. “I guess it is one of the subtle parts of the men/women relationship that has to be negotiated and worked out between them. It’s such a tricky area, isn’t it? Especially if there is no violence. If a woman voluntarily ends up in a man’s bedroom with her clothes off… Look at Mike Tyson. I don’t think he was a rapist.”
While she was at it, Mirren revealed her past with drugs — and why she stopped.
“I loved coke. I never did a lot, just a little bit at parties. What ended it for me was when they caught Klaus Barbie, the Butcher of Lyons, in the early 80s. He was in South America and living off the proceeds as a cocaine baron. I never touched it again. I grasped the full horrifying structure of what brings coke to our parties in Britain….I hated marijuana. It made me paranoid and unhappy.”