Many on the internet lusted over the "Long Shot" star's photos.
“Men, it’s on us to listen, to speak out, and to take action," the New Jersey senator and presidential hopeful wrote in an open letter in GQ.
The "Stay With Me" singer opened up in an interview with British GQ about accepting himself as nonbinary.
The "John Wick" actor sent fans into a tizzy on social media with a black-and-white photo spread.
Editor-in-Chief Will Welch took the helm amid larger upheavals within the magazine's parent company, Condé Nast.
The magazine placed the word "woman" in quotation marks.
"Who says an Asian man is not sexy?” the actor told GQ. “They might not be six foot, blond, blue eyed. But we got our s**t."
"Yeah, it’s quite raunchy when you think about it," the Beatles singer told GQ.
The “God Is a Woman” singer didn’t exactly believe him.
The sexy shoot features the lip kit scion and the rapper in a Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg-inspired photo series.
The apology came after a GQ interview with the "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" star and creator.
Fraser accused the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's former president of groping him.
"He’s my brother, so it’s hard. I may not have a very clear perspective on it, but I’m trying to.”
Kate McKinnon, Issa Rae and Sarah Silverman make this "hands down" the best cover ever.
We asked the most famous actresses in Hollywood if they bit Beyoncé's face. Only a small number have come out and denied it.
The comedienne incorrectly believes ingesting a toxic solvent will give you “the best doo-doo” of your life.
"I’ve never had to deal with anything I really believed in wholeheartedly, or invested in, and went through something that publicly before."
The actor told GQ the alleged incident was one of many reasons why he disappeared from Hollywood.
"He's out here blessing my lovely ass on valentine's day," said one Twitter user.