- GQ magazine has crowned Trevor Noah as their Newsman of the Year
- The world-renowned Mzansi comedian gracefully covers the 2020 GQ 25th annual Men Of The Year issue
- Fans of the host of The Daily Show have taken to social media to congratulate him on his latest achievement
Trevor Noah has been crowned GQ magazine's Newsman of the Year. The world-renowned Mzansi comedian took to social media on Thursday, 19 November to share a cover of the 2020 GQ 25th annual Men Of The Year issue.
The star graces the cover of the top magazine. Trevor, who rocked an Afro on the GQ snaps, captioned his Instagram post:
"The worst thing about being on the cover of GQ is they can make you look so good people in real life are like... 'Damn Trev, what happened?' The best part is... sharing this honour with George Clooney and Megan Thee Stallion! Thank you."
The Daily Show host's fans and industry peers took to his comment section on the photo-sharing app to congratulate him on being chosen as the Newsman of the Year. Check out some of their comments below:
Musician Miguel commented:
"You really been killing it all year brother, well deserved."
"Sooooo my crush lol! Congratulations I just love your whole person!"
"No help needed.... Well deserved!"
"We love you! Watching you, listening to you; helping us make sense of this crazy world in a way that gives us light hearts. Thank you!"
"You’re the absolute cutest, Trevor, with a wonderful brain and heart in there too."
"You’re one handsome, funny and smart guy."
"Love it, you are the best."
"Congratulations the one and only @trevornoah."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee recently took to social media to share that he and US superstars Pharell Williams and rapper Jozzy have been cooking something in studio.
The world-renowned Mzansi DJ took to Instagram on Monday, 16 November to share that the track will drop "globally" this Friday, 20 November. The Drive hitmaker also told his fans from across the world that he will also reveal some other exciting news about his upcoming album on the day. Coffee shared snaps of him, Pharell and Jozzy in studio and captioned them:
"It's been an amazing journey on "10 Missed Calls" with Pharrell Williams (@pharrell) + Jozzy (@dopebyaccident)...dropping this Friday, November 20th GLOBALLY with some other exciting album news!"
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