Mila Kunis And Jay Z GQ ‘Men of the Year’ 2011

Mila Kunis sparred onscreen with Justin Timberlake and sizzled alongside Natalie Portman, and now Mila Kunis is finally being honoured for her beauty and talent. This week, GQ unleashed four different covers for the upwardly bro-bile magazine's 2011 Men of the Year issue.

Mila Kunis, Jay-Z, Michael Fassbender, Justin Timberlake, and Jimmy Fallon grace four separate covers for GQ’s December/Men of the Year issue, on newsstands November 22. In the issue, the 41-year-old reveals that it was wife Beyoncé’s decision to announce she was pregnant at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards.

This feature is one of the more incisive profiles we've seen of the Jiggaman in a while, cutting deep into the heart of exactly what "luxury rap" is in a story coincidentally dropping on the very day he pulled his controversial OCCUPY ALL STREETS T-shirts from the market. Mila Kuni makes a cameo appearance in the film, which stars Jason Segel, Amy Adams and Rashida Jones.

She is also starring in Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane's directorial debut, Ted, alongside Mark Wahlberg. All Kunis really had going for her this year was a moderately successful summer film, the raunchy rom-com Friends with Benefits, and an awkward boob and crotch grab at the MTV Movie Awards with Justin Timberlake.

"If your dad died before you were born, yeah, it hurts--but it's not like you had a connection with something that was real," Jay says. 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.

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