“Gal Gadot Stuns in Crop Top as She Graces GQ’s Tribute to American Icons”

The magazine is all about celebrating everything that embodies masculinity. However, GQ decided to switch things up by featuring Gal Gadot in a crop top on one of its four Men Of The Year covers for the December issue. She was crowned Wonder Woman Of The Year in recognition of her smash-hit movie. The actress was joined by Colin Kaepernick, Stephen Colbert, and Kevin Durant on the cover, hailed as The New American Heroes.

Wonder Woman Of The Year: Gadot shows off her slim waist as she poses in a crop top for GQ's American Heroes cover

Gal Gadot, hailed as GQ’s American Heroes cover star, showcases her toned figure in a crop top, proving she deserves the title of Wonder Woman Of The Year. Although her rise to fame may have been unexpected, 2017 has undoubtedly been Gal’s year at the age of 32. From being relatively unknown to gaining recognition after portraying the superhero in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Gal truly stole the spotlight when she starred in this year’s Wonder Woman movie. The film not only smashed box office records by making over $821 million worldwide but also solidified Gal as a true heroine on and off the screen. Kaepernick, the NFL star, was also honored by GQ as the magazine’s Citizen Of The Year alongside Gal.

Profile: Along with Gal, GQ featured NFL star Colin Kaepernick, naming him the magazine's Citizen Of The Year

Bio: In addition to Gal, GQ showcased NFL athlete Colin Kaepernick as their pick for Citizen Of The Year.

Punished: Despite his talent the sportsman spent this year without a team, after he sparked the 'take a knee' movement in a bid to highlight police brutality against people of color

Penalized: Despite his skills, the athlete went team-less this year for igniting the ‘take a knee’ movement to raise awareness about police violence towards individuals of color.

Despite his skills, the athlete has gone a whole year without being part of a team, after he initiated the ‘take a knee’ movement by kneeling during the National Anthem to bring attention to the issue of police brutality against people of color. The magazine recognizes Kaepernick in the same league as legendary sports figures like Muhammad Ali and Jackie Robinson, who took a stand despite facing great risks.

In a recent profile, the magazine interviewed ten people from his inner circle, ranging from Selma director Ava DuVernay to rapper J Cole and NFL player Eric Reid. This showcases the diverse connections and impact Kaepernick has made not only in the sports world but also in wider society.

Champion Of The Year: Kevin Durant was among those profiled

Winner Of The Annual Title: Kevin Durant Featured in the Spotlight

Nessa, Kaepernick’s longtime partner, shared her thoughts as well. She expressed her admiration for his compassion towards others, attributing it to his upbringing by adoptive parents who had experienced the loss of their biological children to heart conditions.
“I feel incredibly lucky to have Colin by my side,” she remarked. “Our relationship is built on love, care, and a shared commitment to making a positive impact in the world.”

Bad Hombre Of The Year: For some light relief, there is Stephen Colbert

The Bad Hombre Of The Year award goes to none other than Stephen Colbert, providing some much-needed humor in these trying times.

Nessa has a simple message for everyday Americans this Thanksgiving: start the important conversations within your own families to address racism. She emphasized the need to confront racist or prejudiced beliefs, even if it leads to intense discussions with Uncle Whoever or Auntie Whoever.

Their beliefs are often not based on facts but on opinions, lies, or misinformation. By educating them, you can make a difference. Just be prepared for a fight at first, but stay firm in your stance.

Fan favorite: Gal  is seen meeting 7-year-old actress - and fan - Brooklynn Prince at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Governors Awards on Saturday in Los Angeles

Gal Gadot, a beloved figure among fans, was spotted chatting with young actress Brooklynn Prince, who is only 7 years old and an avid admirer of the renowned actress. This heartwarming encounter took place at the Governors Awards hosted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on a Saturday night in Los Angeles.

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