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Lily Aldridge’s First Sports Illustrated Shoot, Miranda Kerr’s Tiny Towel And More Of What You Missed On Instagram

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The 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover models were unveiled last week, and today is the day you can get your hands on a copy all your own. Lily Aldridge is celebrating gracing her first SI cover by sharing shots of her experience on Instagram, while Ireland Baldwin is making a case for why she should be included in 2015′s racy roundup.

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Talented, Handsome And Far From Awkward: 10 Reasons Why We Love Michael B. Jordan

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Michael B. Jordan had a breakthrough 2013, thanks to his starring role as Oscar Grant III in Fruitvale Station. Prior to his acclaimed performance, he endeared himself to television audiences with arcs on The Wire, Friday Night Lights and Parenthood. He’s rumored to be in talks for Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four reboot as well as Lee Daniels‘ Richard Pryor biopic. But first, he’s making his comedic debut in That Awkward Moment, alongside pals Miles Teller and Zac Efron. Tearjerkers, superheroes, comedic legends–is there anything MBJ can’t do?

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Would The Guys Of That Awkward Moment Ever Break Up With A Girl By Text?

When casual dating creeps toward something serious, what do you do? Sit down somewhere quiet and have “the talk,” or fake your own death and change your phone number? That’s the question That Awkward Moment (in theaters Friday) explores from the male perspective. Stars Michael B. Jordan, Miles Teller and Zac Efron play three single twentysomethings in New York–which is not much of a stretch considering they’re three twentysomethings who filmed in New York. So… how do they play the dating game? Would they treat prospective girlfriends the same way their characters do?

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Yes,They’re SINGLE! Sexiest Celeb Bachelors Of 2014

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Celebrities like George Clooney, Tom Hiddleston and Michael B. Jordan seem to have it all. They’re at the top of the Hollywood heap, they’re smart, funny and charming, they look great in suits…but there’s something they’re all conspicuously missing: a steady girlfriend. Fame and fortune can buy everything for these hot bachelors–except love.

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Michael B. Jordan On Potential Friday Night Lights Movie: The Taylors Are Universal

Michael B. Jordan may currently be promoting his new drama, Fruitvale Station, in which he portrays the real Oscar Grant III in his final hours, but to me, he’ll always be Vince Howard from Friday Night Lights. And even though bringing beloved television shows to the big screen doesn’t always work, I can’t help getting excited whenever someone mentions the possibility of a FNL film. (I should know better!) And then I want to take a trip to the Alamo Freeze. Immediately.

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Michael B. Jordan On Fruitvale Station, Spider-Man’s Sexuality, And Dancing With Zac Efron

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Fans of Michael B. Jordan have watched him grow from teenage drug dealer (on The Wire) to leading man, receiving recent festival praise for his work in Fruitvale Station. In the film Jordan plays 22-year-old Oscar Grant III, who was shot and killed by a Bay Area Rapid Transit officer in the early hours of New Year’s Day 2009. Grant’s death resulted in major riots in the Bay Area, but Jordan and first time writer-director Ryan Coogler don’t try to villanize the institution or point the finger. Instead, what you get is a rich, layered depiction of a life that’s no more.

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Five Michael B. Jordan Moments Guaranteed To Make You Cry

He might be gaining major accolades and award show buzz thanks to his performance in Fruitvale Station (out in New York and L.A. today; everywhere July 26), but Michael B. Jordan is a familiar face to fans of Texas football, Baltimore street life, and overly talkative families, thanks to his work on beloved television dramas like Friday Night Lights, The Wire, and Parenthood. Regardless of the role in which you first came to know him, it’s highly likely at least one of his performances has made you well up like a baby–he’s just got that touch.

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