London Former England soccer chief David Beckham, veteran U.S. singer and song-writer Iggy Pop and teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg were among the figures regarded on Tuesday at the yearly GQ Men of the Year Awards.
Beckham, who resigned from expert soccer in 2013, got the Editor’s Special Award for his administrations to the game over a vocation of over two decades that included playing for clubs, for example, Manchester United and Real Madrid just as the England national group.
Asked by British GQ magazine in a meeting to be distributed in its October release what exhortation he had for his youngsters, Beckham stated: “To buckle down, straightforward as that.”
Among others perceived at the GQ service in London, U.S.- Australian on-screen character Nicole Kidman won the Actress Award, Welsh entertainer Taron Egerton the Actor Award and Australian vocalist and on-screen character Kylie Minogue, who performed at the function won the magazine’s Icon Award.
Iggy Pop, presently 72, got GQ’s Lifetime Achievement Award, regarding a six-decade vocation set apart by ludicrous stage tricks and an investigation of differing melodic kinds from hard shake and underground rock to blues and jazz.
The England ladies’ soccer group won the Inspiration Award in the wake of accomplishing record-breaking TV spectators for England in the current year’s World Cup.
The 16-year-old Thunberg, who began missing school on Fridays a year back to challenge outside the Swedish parliament, starting a worldwide atmosphere strike development known as Fridays for Future, won GQ’s Game Changer Award.
Tuesday’s service, facilitated by Welsh on-screen character Michael Sheen, was GQ’s 22nd such occasion, and was held in relationship with lavish way of life bunch HUGO BOSS. It drew a large group of big names, including model Naomi Campbell and veteran artist Tom Jones