There’s no doubt Jennifer Lopezis an icon… And now she’s been officially granted the title.
The 50-year-old Puerto Rican superstar graces the cover of GQ’s Men of the Year issue on and has been honored as the magazine’s Icon of the Year.
“As a movie icon, a global pop icon, and an internet-melting fashion icon, nobody owned 2019 quite like Jennifer Lopez,” reads the cover story on Lopez, who has earned Oscar buzz this year for her performance in Hustlers.
Lopez, who has continues her music career with new music in 2019, will co-headline the Super Bowl Halftime Show with Shakira in February.
J.Lois the eighth woman to be featured on the cover of GQ’s Men of the Year issue. She joins a roster of women that includes Serena Williams,Gal Gadot, Shailene Woodley, Rihanna, Mila Kunis, Scarlett Johansson and Jennifer Aniston.
The Hustlers star spoke with Jessica Pressler, the New York magazine writer who wrote the original story that Hustlersis based on, about her prolific career.
“There is no reason to ever be ashamed of where you’re at. Not when you’re doing your best. Not when you’re in your best moment,” Lopez told Pressler. “There’s always gonna be people to tell you no. Or ‘You can’t.’ Or ‘You shouldn’t.’ It’s gonna happen. No matter what anybody says, you just have to still be like, ‘I’m still doing this. I’m still gonna succeed. I’m still gonna do my best.’ Defy the odds. Why not?”
Bad Bunnyis speaking out about society’s gender roles…
Ever since his debut back in 2015, the 25-year-old Puerto Rican Latin trap singer has not been shy about his thoughts on the gender roles society places on everyone. He has regularly depicted himself painting his nails in videos and has previously spoken about his distaste for the way people treat gender.
In a new profile with GQ, Bad Bunny spoke out again about sparking conversations regarding gender fluidity.
The star said he understands he’s not a revolutionary in this field and gets the back-and-forth happening among his fans. “There’s people that appreciate what I do; there’s people that criticize it,” he said. “There’s people who say, ‘Thank you for sticking up [for us], thank you for defending [this].’ There’s others that say I’m an opportunist.”
But he also told the men’s magazine that he didn’t want to be an artist who never said anything about issues that are important to him. “If I were like other artists, I’d forget about what’s happening and not say anything,” he said.
Bad Bunny said his activism, including his conversations on gender roles, is less of an option and more of a duty. “I think it’s my responsibility, as a person of influence … to sometimes try to do what I can,” he said. “If I have the chance to say something, I will say it — but that doesn’t obligate me to always say something, or to shed light on every problem, as if I were a lawmaker.”
The 36-year-old Broadway star, the mastermind behind the Tony Award-winning musical Hamilton, graces the cover of GQ magazine’s October issue.
Rocking a sleek new look, Miranda starred in a stylish photo shoot that chronicles and celebrates his life in his hometown, New York City.
Prior to heading to London to shoot Mary Poppins Returns, he spoke with GQ about cutting off his Founding Father locks, his plans post-Hamilton, and never forgetting his childhood home in Inwood, New York.
The 36-year-old Guatemalan and Cuban American actor, currently starring as Poe Dameron in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, recently covered Bill Murray’s Star Wars theme parody from the iconic Saturday Night Live lounge singer sketch.
Isaac, who earned a Golden Globe nod for his role in the comedy-drama Inside Llewyn Davis, is a talented musician. The Juilliard School graduate starred in the film10 Years, in which he played a musician. He performed his own song “Never Had” in the film.
Currently covering January’s GQ, Isaac discussed his widely varied roles over the years and even combined a few of their influences in the awesome guitar solo.
The 27-year-old part-Puerto Rican singer graces the cover of GQ’s second annual “Style Bible” issue.
Mars looks oh-so-debonair in a sky blue shirt, tuxedo jacket by Neil Barrett, bow tie, Salvatore Ferragamo fedora, Brunello Cucinelli patent leather shoes and second skin grey trousers by John Varvatos.
The “When I Was Your Man” singer’s stylish look continues inside the magazine as Mars suits up, demonstrating how to rock a tuxedo jacket for almost any occasion.