People

Men of the Year

Chris Evans

Like many people in 2020, Chris Evans has come to realize he can “go a very long time without human interaction,” he jokes. The self-described “homebody,” 39, nevertheless had a busy schedule: He launched a bipartisan political engagement website, A Starting Point, and joined Instagram (where he quickly racked up more than 7 million followers.) These days, the star is feeling hopeful about what lies ahead. “I try not to think too far into the future, because for me it can turn into worry, but I’d like a wife and kids,” he admits. “I like the idea of a very simple existence with simple pleasures.”

Harry Styles

When the 26-year-old singer dropped his second solo album, in late 2019, he told it was “all about having sex and feeling sad.” Leaving heartbreak behind, Styles—who has a starring role in Olivia Wilde’s upcoming film —brought joy to his fans this year with the sensual music video for his hit “Watermelon Sugar,” his first song to

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