“He called on me a couple of times,” Katy Perry tells GQ — of President Obama. I guess that’s what they meant when they said you learn something new everyday.
As the February issue’s lead feature, Perry details of praying for boobs as a preteen, working (see: singing) for money in Santa Barbara, and being forbidden to eat Lucky Charms as a kid — to magazine correspondent Amy Wallace.
Visually, I don’t believe I have ever truly grasped the concept of perfection until I saw Perry’s feature spread, Super Gurl. God answered her prayers.
In its manual, GQ Endorses black denim. From Harley-Davidson hangouts to Silicon Valley, creative director Jim Moore declares the look suitable for all.
Also apart of the manual is the recently installed 12-Month Body Tune-up series — for the “new year, new me” individuals. The February edition is entitled The Focused Man’s Guide to the Gym.
February, after all, does mark Valentine’s Day, and the issue celebrates the her with editorials Where To Take Her and Love Me Tinder. The latter highlights the matchmaker app; and if you say you’ve never heard of it, you’re lying.
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Your [insert nickname for penis] declares that “you will never know the truth about your penis until you ask your ex-girlfriends.”
And with Super Bowl XLVIII tomorrow, the issue highlight’s the Ryan Seacrest of professional football, reporter Jay Glazer. The magazine tabs Glazer as the NFL’s biggest bomb thrower — and if you ever catch Glazer on the Fox NFL Sunday pre-game show, you know why.
Keeping constant with the football theme, The Mile High Club features Denver Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker and his immaculate wife Jessie James. It’s almost unfair how perfect the duo seems to be. And with their first born child on the way, the Deckers may be breeding an American version of the Beckhams. Eric — a fourth year NFL veteran — will start in Super Bowl XLVIII.