The 31 year old who is toned and tattooed appears in Cosmo on behalf of the Everyman charity. His aim is to raise awareness about prostate and testicular cancer. The frontman seems tobe taking it in his stride.
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The June issue of Cosmopolitan has our Naked Male Centrefolds sealed section, in which a selection of gorgeous male celebrities take off their clothes for Cosmopolitan and raise awareness for Everyman, the prostate and testicular cancer charity. This year our lovely centrefolds, who include David James, Danny Cipriani, Shaun Wright-Phillips and Simon Webbe to name a few, have signed some goodies which we are auctioning through eBay to raise money for this very good cause. Please support Everyman in their fight against male cancer by clicking on to our auction site now and get you hands on some signed goodies! Back to the Centrefolds special.
No matter what you think of Maroon 5 's music, there's a new photo of band frontman Adam Levine that makes one thing perfectly clear—he's one friggin' hot dude! The only thing that comes between us and his manhood are the strategically placed hands of his model girlfriend, Anne Vyalitsyna. But I live in California, where it's always warm, so why not?
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Cosmopolitan magazine is commemorating 10 years of naked male Centrefolds with a new crop of flesh-baring celebrities, together with a selection from previous issues in the Centrefold's hall of fame. Stars who have formerly shed their clothes for the magazine include footballer Ian Wright, who posed with only a top hat and cane, and singer Brian McFadden right in a rumpled bed. The sealed section of new men for the June issue includes former Blue star Antony Costa face down on a bed, TV's Craig Doyle in a shower, and the England rugby sevens using balls to cover up.
I receive a lot of invitations to events, and most of them require me to wear cocktail dresses and look pretty. This event was hosted by Pink Drive to raise awareness about breast cancer, so I called my friends who are into the pyjama theme and we made a date to party in our jammies. That night the girls and I headed out to the beautifully decorated SiSi, a restaurant in Rivonia.
By Jessica Earnshaw. Elliott Wright has opened up about his personal motivations behind his racy shoot for Cosmopolitan 's September issue. The father-of-two told the publication that he was keen to throw his support by the campaign after his father was recently diagnosed with prostate cancer.
The Institute of Cancer Research ICR is one of the world's top cancer research organisations as well as being the home of the Everyman male cancer campaign. With the ICR working in all areas of cancer research from genetics through to drug development, its male cancer campaign, Everyman, focuses specifically on raising awareness and funds for research into prostate and testicular cancer. For further information about the work of the ICR and Everyman, please visit their brand new JustGiving profile pages at: www. Forget running around London in monkey suits or having a baked bean bath, this is a new and liberating way to raise money for charity - by becoming a Cosmopolitan naked male centrefold.