People has rudely bypassed all of Jezebel’s picks for Sexiest Man Alive—even “shirtless Poldark star” and Jason Momoa—and anointed Mr. Posh Spice himself, retired soccer star David Beckham. Sure, fine!
It takes 56,000 People staffers just over 330 days to meet and interview all the men in the world, but by god, they do it every single year and always choose the most deserving one to grace their first December cover.
People say that “everyone should work retail or service at least once in their lives.” I couldn’t agree more. Like many people, some of my first jobs were retail service gigs. One in a department store, another in a bookstore. I’ve long since moved on, but I learned a lot about the nature of people—and how that battle…
Rumors about Jennifer Garner and her husband Ben Affleck’s impending divorce have been swirling for years (remember the Blake Lively car ride?). But they’ve picked up again with a vengeance, after a Radar report that Ben spent Jen’s birthday alone, in Canada—Canada!—without his wedding ring. So if the divorce is just…
Can you identify a famous person just by something they said? Read the quote below and see if you can Name That Celeb!
No longer content to name only the sexiest celebrities alive, People magazine has now created a category for "sexiest men who have everyday jobs alive," and Meredith Vieira tracked down a hot history teacher to grill him about being hot. Too bad our teachers were hotter!
Congratulations, Chris Hemsworth.
Oh hello Chris Pratt, it is you on the cover of GQ's December issue, a magazine that has proclaimed you A Man of the Year. (Other covers: Steve Carell, Ansel Elgort, Dave Chappelle, Michael Sam and Shailene Woodley. Interesting.). Which means only one thing: the odds that you will be People's SEXIEST Man Alive are…
Huh: It's the fortieth anniversary of People magazine, and they've chosen to mark the moment by having Taylor Swift recreate the iconic premiere cover, featuring Mia Farrow as Daisy Buchanan. Somebody turn this image into 800 words on the shifting shapes of American eyebrows by EOD.
Something is going on with People magazine's Twitter tonight and it's not pretty.
An African-American former editor for People is suing the magazine, alleging it's "a discriminatory organization run entirely by white people who intentionally focus the magazine on stories involving white people and white celebrities."
FYI readers of InStyle, Time, Sports Illustrated, Entertainment Weekly and People: Time Inc. is officially being spun off from parent company Time Warner, leaving the publications' fates even more in flux. The new company is already $1.3 billion in debt and the editorial budget across all titles is being cut 25%, yet…
This is not a test. This is real life. Sorry, Madeleine (and humanity), your worst fears have come true. Adam Levine is officially the sexiest man in the world and there's nothing you can do about it.
Magazine sales continue to decline, but magazine editors insist: Getting on the cover of a magazine continues to be a goal and a coup for Hollywood stars.
Just imagine the scene: news breaks that one of the most influential figures in the history of technology is having an affair with an underling. But instead of choosing one of the many photos Amanda Rosenberg herself uploaded, People magazine apparently seizes the first snap of a woman in Google Glass it can find.
Well looky here. Gwyneth Paltrow landed the cover of People magazine this week; she's being called The World's Most Beautiful Woman. Ludicrous for a few reasons, including the fact that the editors at People did not meet all of the women in the world. But also: This cover comes just two weeks after Star magazine named
Kim walked into dinner at a Paris restaurant in one outfit and walked out in another. I have no idea why but I have to say, it is a baller move. Right? Like, fuck one outfit when I can have TWO. Either that, or it's period stains.
We all know that particular scent that old people have. It's subtly sweet but also brings to mind decay and mortality. It's complex, like a fine wine. Well, anyway, it turns out that science has spent some valuable time confirming that, in fact, the scent does exist, and it's actually rather pleasing.
People magazine's Most Beautiful issue features Beyoncé on the cover, but inside, there are pages and pages of more Beautiful People, including a 10-page spread of female celebrities photographed wearing "not a drop of makeup." Ben Watts shot intimate, natural portraits of Rose Byrne, Julie Bowen, Paris Jackson, Zooey…