Jeremy Corbyn’s GQ cover is breaking the internet

Forget Kim Kardashian, Jeremy Corbyn’s latest cover on GQ is about to break the internet.

Black and white pictures of the Labour leader have been leaked and are already sending social media into a storm.

Corbyn was revealed as the latest cover star of GQ today, but refused to be interviewed by Alastair Campbell for the men’s magazine.

The editor, Dylan Jones, told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme that he had to use an alternative interviewer, the senior commissioning editor Stuart McGurk, after the Labour leader turned down a meeting with Campbell, who was Tony Blair’s head of communications, the Guardian reported.

The apparently airbrushed cover portrait has received mixed reactions online, with many unsure of how to react to Corbyn’s polished look.

When Kim Kardashian was the cover star of the “Break the Internet” issue of Paper the story got over 34 million unique page-views. I wonder how well Corbyn will fare in comparison?


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