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Chris Mears is that other British Olympic diver gays lust over. Move over Tom Daley, but the 21-year-old diver is getting finer with age. It’s no wonder Attitude Magazine picked Mears to grace their annual ‘Sex Issue.’ Wearing just skimpy red Speedos, Chris is joined on the cover with Team GB swimmers Tom Haffield, Ieuan Lloyd and openly-gay Martin Cremin.

For the accompanying interview, the guys discuss why they shave their body hair and the difference between divers’ bodies and swimmers’ physiques. Haffield says it’s their ‘massive thighs‘ that differentiate them, while Mears states, ‘they’re generally taller and a bit skinnier. Whereas we’re a little bit more hench.’ Both sets of athletes look great to me. Check out a sampling of their 12-page shoot from the issue below.

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Last year, the New York Times convinced the likes of Cate Blanchett, Oprah Winfrey, Bradley Cooper and more to take part in their ‘Making A Scene‘ video series. The year before that, Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Lawrence, Rebel Wilson, Naomi Watts and more channeled their inner heroines for the publication.

For their annual gathering of the best film performers, they decided to get a bit more intimate. This year’s theme of ‘Duets‘ displays all the ways kisses have been portrayed in films.

9 Kisses‘ directed by Elaine Constantine feature nine unexpected couplings to lock lips ranging from passionate to playful in a series of intimate encounters. Reese Witherspoon, Benedict Cumberbatch, Steve Carell, Laura Dern, John Lithgow, Julianne Moore, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Miles Teller, Kristen Stewart, Patricia Arquette and Jason Schwartzman all participate.

There are even a couple of same-sex makeouts from Rosario Dawson and Jenny Slate and another from David Oyelowo and Timothy Spall. Though the latter is anything but romantic. Check out some of the smooches below.

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Her Sweet Talker era started off with a bang, so to speak with the smash “Bang Bang.” However, despite numerous appearances, performances and interviews on the promotional trail, Jessie J couldn’t take “Burnin’ Up” to the same heights. And that single had an awesome clip visual to go along with it. Will she have better luck with her third single off the album?

The 26-year-old Brit premieres the clip for her latest single, “Masterpiece.” It follows Jessie hustling her way through a typical hectic day. From photoshoots, to encountering adoring fans and other duties required from today’s pop star, she navigates her way through it looking flawlessly. I’m obsessed with her black fringe jacket. Though it looks a little low budget, I kinda like the simplicity of the video. Check it out below.

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Or rather, should I say people of the year. TIME has opted to go with more than one person who aren’t exactly household names for its Person Of The Year honors. The publication features five covers honoring Ebola fighters who have worked on the ground in West Africa to put an end to the outbreak.

“The rest of the world can sleep at night because a group of men and women are willing to stand and fight. For tireless acts of courage and mercy, for buying the world time to boost its defenses, for risking, for persisting, for sacrificing and saving, the Ebola fighters are TIME’s 2014 Person of the Year.” – Time editor Nancy Gibbs

The five individuals singled out are Liberian surgeon Dr. Jerry Brown, Ebola survivor Salame Karwah, ambulance supervisor and Ebola survivor Foday Gallah, American health educator Ella Watson-Stryker and Dr. Kent Brantly who became the first American to be infected with the disease and transported to a Stateside hospital. Check out the other covers below.

The runners-up for this year’s Person of the Year included the Ferguson Protestors, Russian President Vladimir Putin, President of Iraqi Kurdistan Massoud Barzani, and Alibaba founder Jack Ma. Taylor Swift, who like Miley Cyrus last year, made the longer shortlist but fell short.

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2014 Screen Actors Guild Nominations

In: Donovan, Movies, TV Shows

It appears Birdman is the one to beat at the 87th Academy Awards. The film has been racking up numerous accolades all awards season long but with its multiple Screen Actors Guild nominations, it’s pretty much solidified itself as the frontrunner. Michael Keaton, Edward Norton, and Emma Stone all scored some love along with Best Ensemble which is the SAG’s version of Best Picture.

When it comes to correctly predicting Oscar nominees and eventual winners, the SAGs have one of the best records. With the 2014 nominations now unveiled, the Oscar race for the acting categories is becoming a lot clearer.

Julianne Moore, Patricia Arquette and Keaton cemented their statuses as the ones to place your bets on, while Jennifer Aniston, Emma Stone, Reese Witherspoon, Eddie Redmayne have all now officially entered the race. Check out all the nominations below which includes Meryl Streep snagging her umpteenth nod.

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Their previous collaboration was such a hit, Jean Paul Gaultier and Eastpak are teaming up once again. Proceeds from a new collaborative collection inspired by some of Jean Paul Gaultier’s most iconic catwalk pieces will go to Designers Against AIDS to help boost awareness for HIV/AIDS.

The limited edition which hits stores in February 2015 will include backpack interpretations of Gaultier’s famous supersonic jet pilot uniform, leather biker jacket, bomber jacket and denim jacket. Each one infused with a blend of signature Gaultier design elements and Eastpak’s uncompromising functionality. The mainline launch will follow in April 2015.

Check out a short sexy video teasing the new collaboration. Who else thinks the male model should be adorned with another shirtless stud posing as a backpack?

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Exactly how much of a fan is Stephen Colbert of Middle Earth. Apparently, a huge one. The 50-year-old talk show host bids farewell to Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy by playing dress up for three collectible Entertainment Weekly covers.

In addition to saying goodbye as Gandalf in the photo above, Colbert poses as Bilbo and Legolas. Check out the other two covers below. The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies storms into theaters this weekend.

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Billboard Highlights The 10 Biggest Songs Of 2014

In: Donovan, Music

Billboard magazine revealed their year end lists for their numerous charts this week. Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” gets the honor of being named the most popular song of 2014 by the publication. It tops their prestigious Hot 100 year end list.

Joining him in the top tier are Katy Perry, Iggy Azalea, OneRepublic, Sam Smith, Taylor Swift, John Legend and Ariana Grande. Probably the most shocking entry is that of Magic!. No one could’ve ever predicted a reggae jam from a white Canadian group would’ve made such an impact. Sadly, my boy Pitbull just missed the list at No. 11 with his anthem, “Timber.”

Check out the magazine’s Top 10 video countdown below which gives some fun facts about each track to make the cut. Be sure to weigh in afterward if you think Pharrell’s “Happy” deserves the crown.

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Who Is Donovan?

"The Meticulous One" : Formerly the VP of a Top 20 kids/teen online magazine property, Donovan brings his online expertise for this project. Donovan and Brian have been together for almost a decade! Who knew relationships could last this long. He's the one taking the pictures, with a library consisting of thousands of photos - he's got dirt on all of us. Check out his Q&A questionnaire. Follow him on Twitter!

Current Song Obsessions

One of my current obsessions right now is Wynter Gordon. She's featured in the Freemason's clip above. Check it out!
Can you tell that I love my R&B divas? Keri Hilson certainly fits that bill. I like "Pretty Girl Rock" more, but there's no video yet, so enjoy Breaking Bad above.