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The last time I saw Rob Gronkowski in ESPN magazine, he let it all hang out for the publication’s annual Bodies We Want issue. The 25-year-old New England Patriots tight end (wink) books a return gig but with a much different feel.

Gronkowski shows his love for pussy… cats in this random yet adorkable spread. Tiny cute kittens cling onto every part of the footballer’s toned body.

Even though there’s one shot of the Gronk wearing one of those annoying animal plush winter hats everywhere these days, I’m obsessed with this editorial. It just goes to show that Rob is one of the best characters currently in the NFL. He’s the ultimate brah that I wouldn’t mind having a bromance with.

Check out more photos below along with some quotes from the accompanying interview.

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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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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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Not to toot my own horn but I kinda have a knack of featuring studs in my Man Crush series that eventually snag big budget superhero roles. I highlighted Henry Cavill long before he was named the Man of Steel. And before this week’s Warner Bros. announcement of the Suicide Squad cast, I put the spotlight on the hot Aussie that is Jai Courtney. He’s definitely the next big star export from Down Under.

The 28-year-old Australian graces the December cover of Modern Luxury, sporting that sexy scruff of his. Photographed by John Russo, Courtney shows off some hot winter looks.

In addition to starring in the highly-anticipated DC Comics flick, he’ll be appearing in Terminator: Genisys, The Divergent Series: Insurgent and The Water Diviner. He can currently be seen in Angelina Jolie’s directorial debut, Unbroken. Check out more pics of Jai below.

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In his first year as host of The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon has already left his mark on the late night staple. He’s transformed the chatfest into one of the hottest ticket on the talk show circuit. His fun and lighthearted antics are consistently the most talked-about and watched videos the following day.

Celebrities also seem to love the new vibe of the show. Barbra Streisand returned as a guest which she hasn’t done in over 50 years. To boot, he’s increased the show’s ratings from Jay Leno’s second tenure. Seems like NBC’s decision to oust Leno was a wise one. Leno, in his defense, doesn’t seem bitter about the decision. The former host has nothing but kind words about his successor.

“The show feels different,” Leno tells “It’s young, it’s music-oriented. He does stuff I couldn’t get away with—at some point, you can’t pretend to know all of Jay Z’s songs anymore.” Leno added, “He’s probably more like Johnny than any other host. Johnny was very boyish when he was 40 years old, and Johnny had musical skills as well.”

To read the Entertainment Weekly’s annual Entertainer of the Year feature, head over to


It’s a good thing long hair suits Kit Harington. The 27-year-old Game of Thrones actor reveals to British GQ he’s not allowed to cut his hair for the show. For that I say ‘hallelujah!’ I can’t even imagine him with a buzz cut or shorter ‘do.

“I’m more recognizable in public than much better-known actors. So many people watch, and I go around looking like my character.”

While some people suffer from RBF (resting bitch face), the English actor is plagued with a different plight. Read what he has to say about always looking so solemn below, along with the curse of starring on the hit HBO series and more photos snapped by Peggy Sirota.

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For its 07 issue, Coitus magazine headed to seven destinations, discovering the most beautiful boys along the way. From London to Los Angeles and stunning locales in between, “Wish You Were Here” is an eye-catching spread featuring gorgeous boys and views. It’s so hot, the publication decided to go with four covers.

Hungarian model Kolos Balázs basks in the beautiful island of Cyprus. American model Ian Sheridan takes to the streets of Manhattan to show off the city’s unique energy. Tucker Des Lauriers heads to the hills of Hollywood while Austin Scoggin jaunts to Jolly Olde England. Check out the sexy covers below and weigh in on which one is the hottest afterward.

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Pitch Perfect defied all odds when it hit theaters in September 2012. Not only did it earn rave reviews, generate major box office revenue but it developed a cult loyal following. The sequel definitely has a lot to live up to when it hits theaters next year on May 15, 2015. Director Elizabeth Banks certainly feels the heat.

“It was pretty modest,” director Banks shared about the unexpected success of the first film to EW. “But it engendered a lot of love. That’s what we could not have foreseen. The first film flew under the radar, and it was a gift. This time around, much higher stakes. Everybody is much more involved. As the saying goes, ‘Success has many fathers.’”

Entertainment Weekly gives a sneak peek at the highly-anticipated film. Brittany Snow, Rebel Wilson and Anna Kendrick, wearing colorful frocks and boas, grace the publication’s latest cover. Head over to for more of a preview of Pitch Perfect 2.

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