The annual GQ Men of the Year party held at the Chateau Marmont in Hollywood Thursday (Nov. 17) was nothing short of Hunk Central. The legendary hotel was wall-to-wall with handsome male celebrities celebrating their inclusion in the magazine's special issue.
Honorees Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z and Jimmy Fallon all attended the event. Jay-Z was named GQ's King of the Year, while Timberlake and Fallon took home GQ's Showmen of the Year honor.
But all eyes -- and we do mean all eyes -- were on Justin Timberlake and his ex Jessica Biel, who have clearly rekindled their romance big time. The couple was glued together, kissing and hugging inside the party And this was after walking the red carpet separately to maintain the illusion of a separation. Who are you kidding, guys?
Jessica looked very happy and elegant in a black long-sleeved sheet with a sparkly bodice with H. Stern jewelry. Zooey Deschanel was kinda kooky (in a good way) wearing a gold halter dress with black tights. Emma Roberts sure looked all grown up in a snug red sheath. Anna Faris was adorable in a Preen frock. Kate Walsh sizzled in a black satin gown and Kerry Washington was elegant in an embroidered Prabal Gurang dress. We almost forgot to mention The Hollywood Reporter's own automotive expert, Lake Bell, all revved up in a short white sleeveless dress with an alluring keyhole neckline.
Hunks on hand: Jimmy Fallon, Mad Men star Jon Hamm, Shame and A Dangerous Method star Michael Fassbender, J. Edgar star Armie Hammer, Emmy-winning Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul Twilight stud Kellan Lutz, Jay-Z, Milo Ventimiglia and those True Blood dudes Ryan Dwanten and Joe Manganiello.
There was some discussion on the carpet about a smack down between Team GQ (Men of the Year) and Team People (Sexiest Men). Manganiello told an MTV reporter that he thought he could take down the GQ gang. "I'm fighting for People presently, so you know who I'm going to say," he said, adding, "I think we should do it for charity!"
We would so pay to see that skirmish. Even better than watching 300 for the umpteenth time.
View photos from GQ's Men of the Year party here.