The issue is on newsstands on November 8, and the event will take place on November 14.
This year, the magazine has chosen style icon and singer Gwen Stefani, Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, Black Lives Matter founders Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi, Stanford sexual assault survivor Emily Doe, model and body activist Ashley Graham, International Monetary Fund Managing Director and Lifetime Achievement winner Christine Lagarde, anti-ISIS activist Nadia Murad, designer Miuccia Prada, actress and activist Zendaya, and Glamour’s first Man of the Year, Bono.
“I’ve been brought up to never take anything for granted and to always be the best Simone—the best version of myself. From a very young age, they always believed in us and told us to believe in ourselves,” Simone told the magazine about her parents being behind her success.
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Credit: Zendaya: Victor Demarchelier, Black Lives Matter: Gillian Laub,Gwen Stefani: Miguel Reveriego, Miuccia Prada: Patrick Demarchelier, Nadia Murad: Jason Schmidt, Christine Lagarde: Mark Seliger, Ashley Graham: Miguel Reveriego, Simone Biles: Mark Seliger, Bono: Sam Jones, Emily Doe: Courtesy of Glamour/ Glamour magazine
It’s finally here – Jake Miller‘s new “Overnight” music video has arrived!
The 23-year-old hunky singer enlisted Olympian Simone Biles, a major fan of his, to be the love interest in the video!
“Her mom was on set watching, and I wanted to make sure she didn’t feel awkward,” Jake told People. “I kept asking her if she’s okay with all of the close shots between me and Simone. At one point I messed with her and said, ‘Okay, cool, the make out scene is next.’ Her mom is just as cool as she is!”