Jonathan Van Ness makes history with the cosmopolitan cover of the United Kingdom

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Jonathan Van Ness

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Jonathan Van Ness just made history covering Cosmopolitan United Kingdom.

"First non-female cover star in 35 years," the Weird eye star tweeted Monday. "Thank you for inviting me to @CosmopolitanUK showing more beauty variations for young LGBTQ + people YAS QUEEN."

As fans will remember, George boy He covered the magazine in 1984. Only one direction& # 39; s Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson It also appeared on the front of the publication in 2012.

Van Ness, who identifies as not binary and prefers pronouns, he wore a Christian Siriano dress and Nike shoes for the January issue. Of course, the toilet guru co-stars were delighted with the great milestone.

"THIS IS SO AWESOME, JACKAAAAAYYY !!!" fashion expert Tan France He wrote on Instagram. "I HAVE OVERCOME THE MOON FOR YOU AND YOU LOOK AMAZING!"

"LOOK AT OUR LITTLE BABY!" head of home design Bobby berk additional.

In the cover story, the Netflix celebration covered a number of topics.

For example, he talked about how he handles pressure and how he avoids burnout.

Jonathan Van Ness

United Kingdom cosmopolitan/ Rachell Smith

"Now I also say no to many things," Van Ness told the magazine regarding the latter. "I mean, things that I really want to say yes. The other day, Taylor (Quick) and I was making soup and she asked me to go to a Virgin Concert with her. That was the day before my flight at 5:00 a.m. to London to come here for this session and my tour. I knew it would be an incredible experience. But also … my nervous system. I was a full-time hairdresser and a small business owner, like, 19 months ago. But I hate to say no. I love my friends. I get FOMO. But I have to prioritize self-care. Because if I don't, then my candle will go out. "

He also talked about living with HIV. Van Ness shared his diagnosis in his memoirs Over the top, which was released in September.

"This is just the beginning," said Van Ness. "I am quickly realizing that there are still so many misunderstandings, so much sensationalization of living with HIV. The stigma and difficulty around the process of receiving treatment is creating it. My work has just begun."

To read the full Van Ness interview, see the January issue of Cosmopolitan United Kingdom., which arrives at the kiosks on December 5.



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