According to WENN, precious few men turned up to the GQ Men of the Year party at Chateau Marmont last night. Again, according to WENN, only Ben Affleck turned up, which is strange 'cause Channing Tatum, Quentin Tarantino and Usain Bolt were also awarded the title.
Still at least there were a load of immaculately turned out ladies to keep our peepers occupied, like Ali Larter, Diane Kruger, Jamie King, Jenna Dewan, someone who weren't meant to believe is Jennie Garth, Julianne Hough, Dakota Johnson's bra and - of course - Rihanna, who troubled herself to put on a jacket for the December cover of the issue.
Rihanna's phantom wang didn't go unnoticed this year (she knew all that onstage squatting would pay dividends eventually), as she was named honorary male of the year, or - as GQ put it - "Obsession of the year." It's tradition for #and1woman to join the men, with Jennifer Aniston becoming the first female nominated in 2005. They usually win a very important category, like 'Knockout of the Year' (Mila Kunis last year), and 'Babe of the Year' (Scarlett Johansson in 2010).
Really, it's just an excuse to get totty on their cover. How bad.