As 2011 nears the end, it's time for GQ to, once again, acknowledge a few famous folks who got plenty of attention over the course of the last 12 months.
Come Nov. 22, the magazine will release its annual Men of the Year issue by way of four different covers.
So who exactly is being honored? Well, let's just say, one of them isn't even a man!
Jay-Z, who is about to become a dad with wife Beyoncé, not only made the cut, but was dubbed King of the Year by GQ.
The rapper tells the mag about his better half's decision to share with the world the exciting news of the stork's pending arrival at the recent MTV Video Music Awards.
"It was actually Bey who wanted to [announce] it," he says. "You want to be in control of your life."
Although, seeing how J.T. totally made good on his promise to attend a Marine Corps Ball this weekend, the guy probably deserves a cover all his own.
Meanwhile, Michael Fassbender is being acknowledged as well for his breakout performance over the summer in X-Men: First Class.
As for the lovely lady who was named one of GQ's Men of the Year?
That would be Mila Kunis!
Sure, she may not exactly be of the male gender, but far be it for us to complain.