cover boy

cover boy

n.
A man or boy, usually a model, whose picture is featured on a magazine cover.
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Summary: New Delhi (India), Sept 5 (ANI): Known for his Greek god looks, Hrithik Roshan turned the cover boy for Man's World magazine's September issue as the returning action hero.
News magazine Der Spiegel recently caricatured him as the tooth-gapped cover boy Alfred E.
Other Mutants shining include catastrophic cover boy Clive Dixon and Shawn Hale, still riding weird as all hell.
Bieber thought to contest the title given by Observer magazine, which made Mendes its cover boy.
Meet Time magazine's cover boy in 1996 William Bratton.
"We can be featured on TV, can be featured on billboards in Times Square, can be represented." Afia's appointment as a new face of CoverGirl comes just weeks after the iconic brand announced its first cover boy, 17-year-old James Charles, who also has a significant social media following.
This week, he's the cover boy for Sports Illustrated, which ranks the Ducks fourth in the nation and predicts that Boucher will help lead Oregon to the Final Four.
By then, Dominic Waldouck had succumbed to concussion, or was it the jinx of being the matchday programme's cover boy? Watching Waldouck wobble about like I'd done outside 'Diamonds' the night before, all I could think was that I don't know how they get up and play next week, let alone for the next phase.
By then, Dominic Waldouck had succumbed to concussion, or was it the jinx of being the matchday programme's cover boy? Only a certain press guru might know the answer to that one...
As this month's cover boy, Darth Vader, famously said in the original Star Wars, "I find your lack of faith disturbing."
November's cover boy won't be an actor, athlete or model, but he will be the winner of the magazine's "Ultimate Men's Health Guy" competition.
Free content at TexasFootball.com includes lots of photos, some podcasts, and tidbits from the archives, including retrospectives on the hits and misses through the year in the magazine's choice for its cover boy (the biggest bust probably came in 1977, when it was Texas Tech quarterback Rodney Allison, who appeared in just two games because of injuries, instead of Texas' Earl Campbell, who went on to win the Heisman Trophy), and actual historical content.