You tell 'em Kate Upton.
Admittedly, some amazing women are more worthy of an award than others. Think more along the lines of your sorority sister who organizes the beyond spectacular philanthropy events each year, not the girl who can masterfully dance on the bar in a mini dress without having a Brit slip. Well, Glamour is looking for you to brag about all the truly amazing women in your life.
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Wow. Kate Winslet looks absolutely stunning on this month's cover of Glamour. Her hair, her pose, her Top Model fierce expression (insert three Tyra snaps here...) I thought she she was the pinnacle of perfection when she was in Titanic, but she keep reaching new heights of gorgeousness.
Diane Kruger is a certified, regulation, top-tier hottie. I mean, she is ethereal enough to have been cast as Helen of Troy. She is currently boning and betrothed to wed Joshua Jackson (PACEY!) And she somehow managed to make stilted sexyface look alluring and hot on this month's cover of Glamour. And I'm absolutely gagging (in the best possible way) over her cover ensemble.
I am completely and unabashedly Team Kanye, so I should have rolled my eyes and sighed most despondently when I saw Taylor Swift on the cover of Glamour this month. But I'm mildly fascinated with Miss Taylor.
It's clear that Glamour hates Lea Michele as much as I do. (Yes, I said it. Lea Michele emits this aura of entitled smugness that I cannot help but to scrunch up my nose at. Also, Glee is awful. Grownup Kidz Bop interpretations of songs + stale caricature characters? I'll pass.) I can't deny the girl is gorgeous, though.
Ok, wow - the September issue of Glamour is so thick and heavy I want to beat Spencer Pratt over the head with it whenever he tries to find enlightenment and become a better person by wearing tie-dye and rubbing his face with crystals. It's stock full of over 400 (!!) pages and it's the biggest issue in 20 years.
I always forget that I kind of love Vanessa Hudgens. She’s currently pretty irrelevant to my interests, but I mean, let’s think about it – her hair is a work of art that totally deserves a place in the Louvre. She’s hitting it with Zac Efron, in all of his post-Disney hotness, and, not gonna lie, I still occasionally jam out to Say Ok.
I was not excited to pick up the July edition of Glamour. Am I the only one who has a mildly irrational dislike of Jessica Biel? I mean, it’s not like she’s relevant enough to be impossible to escape, and I’ve finally gotten therapy grown up and accepted the fact that I will never be Mrs. Timberlake, so it’s not her long-term relationship with Justin that bothers me.
Earlier today, while procrastinating on that whole "find a summer job" thing, I came across an article on Glamour.com entitled, “11 Things Men Want You to Do More Often—in Bed and Out. The list is honest and endearing, but there's one major problem: most women don't receive half of these courtesies in return.
Glamour’s June “beauty” issue is chock full of ish that is awesome (hello, glitter, sexy sandals, and neon color orgy!), bad (really, three models on the cover and they all pretty much look the same?), and ugly (jelly sandals definitely do not need to make a comeback. Was I the only one whose feet were always totally wrecked after wearing them?).
For the longest time, Cosmo was my bible of choice. It helped me sustain my reputation as all-knowing sex goddess among my circle of friends in high school (nevermind the fact that I didn’t even have my first kiss until the end of my sophomore year…of college).