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Mila Kunis is just one of the boys. The Ukranian-born actress, who became one of Hollywood's hottest starlets following last year's Black Swan, is being honored by GQ magazine... in their Men of the Year issue! Is there something she hasn't told us?
While the details are under wraps at the moment, we're guessing that GQ didn't pick Kunis for her masculine attributes. The 28-year-old star has been dubbed the magazine's "Knockout of the Year," and she proves it by posing in a skimpy pink bikini for the annual issue.
So why is she a Man of the Year then? GQ started with the "Mila Kunis is a guy" bit back in August, when they dubbed her "the most talented straight man in Hollywood" who "also happens to be the sexiest woman alive." Confused yet? It seems that the magazine decided that Kunis couldn't possibly be a real woman because she loves Star Trek, tells dirty jokes with the Family Guy crew and isn't self-conscious about her image. (Sorry, ladies -- if you like any shows besides Sex and the City and are willing to leave the house without mascara, you're now a man.) Since we're not able to read the profile yet, and since it was obviously intended as a compliment, we'll give GQ the benefit of the doubt. For now.
Along more traditional lines, the Men of the Year issue features more than a dozen of this year's most notable male stars, including Jay-Z, Jimmy Fallon, Justin Timberlake and actor Michael Fassbender. The magazine will be unveiling new honorees every day on its website, along with their Men of the Year profiles. First up: Jay-Z, who GQ has dubbed King of the Year. In his interview, the 41-year-old Watch the Throne rapper reveals that he wants to take a break from work after Beyonce gives birth to their first baby.
"Providing -- that's not love," says Jay-Z, who promises that he'll be changing diapers when the baby comes. "Being there -- that's more important."
The GQ Men of the Year Issue hits newsstands Nov. 22.