Justin Timberlake has officially been crowned the #Hashtag of the Year. GQ's annual issue of all things masculine and suave that's still totally bro, bro (a.k.a. the Men of The Year issue) features JT and four other dudes who totally rocked it this year.
The magazine released five different covers, including a moving portrait of the late James Gandolfini. Will Ferrell, Kendrick Lamar, and Matthew McConaughey round out the group. Inside, Timberlake confesses to how uncool he really is (something we highly doubt). "I’ve made a career out of doing things that I should not be doing. I wasn’t cool about it,” he says. “Because being cool would have meant I passed up on those opportunities."
Honestly, Timberlake could blow his nose in a tissue commercial and it'd be cool. The December issue hits stands November 19th. Collect all five, frame them, maybe even fawn over them. Plus, there are some pretty solid styling tips to steal from the boys. (Huffington Post)
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