Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull joins A-list Aussie celebrities including Rebel Wilson and Chris Hemsworth as Who magazine’s Most Intriguing People.
“Everyone in there is intriguing for their own reasons,” editor Shane Sutton told AAP.
“It’s an incredibly diverse portfolio.”
Sutton said Turnbull’s push to power was an intriguing political move.
“We tried to get a sense of the person behind the scenes – family life, what he’s like at home, even what he watches on TV,” Sutton said.
Turns out Turnbull’s favourite show is House of Cards, the political drama where actor Kevin Spacey as Frank Underwood schemes his way to becoming US president.
Other notables to make the top 40 list include Lara Bingle Worthington, Ruby Rose and Sydney siege survivor Joel Herat.
This year marks a return to the stand-alone Most Intriguing Issue.
Between 2008 and 2014 it was rolled out in the magazine’s end-of-year issue.
Home-grown stars Rebel Wilson and Chris Hemsworth grace this year’s front cover but were unable to attend the Who launch party in Sydney on Wednesday night.