Looky here! Jon Hamm on the cover of GQ. Actually, there are a few different covers, including one with Barack Obama… So many men, so little time! Inside the magazine? Lots and lots of dapper dudes, plenty of sweet, sweet man candy. Although many "Men Of The Year" were accomplished gentlemen who deserve applause, we skipped luminaries like General David Petraeus and Senator Edward Kennedy. Instead, you'll find pictures of Barack Obama, James Franco, Michael Phelps, Leonardo DiCaprio and, yes, Jon Hamm, after the jump. Hold on to your ovaries!
All of these men landed a cover. I don't know what happened to President-Elect Obama so that he looks like Adam Ant. Some kind of printing error with green ink. Well, now, that's better, isn't it? And look, a flag pin. Jimmy Dean Franco has that faraway gaze that says, "kissing Sean Penn changed my life." You'd think that by now, America had had enough of Michael Phelps, wet, in a swimsuit. But no. No, we have not. Gah. Leonardo DiCaprio has this crazy ability to look ageless, and by that I mean he could be 20 or 40, living in the '20s or '40s. He's not one of the "Men of the Year," but I thought it was cute that the mag used Brandon Flowers of The Killers to model tuxes. The concept for the Jon Hamm photo shoot was Marlboro Man, sort of. But also Grapes of Wrath or Of Mice and Men. Serously, he's thinking about squeezing that horse to death right now. Oh, and for all you people who love Don Draper and think of Jon Hamm as Don Draper, the interview will, no doubt, disappoint you: Sorry. GQ [Official Site]