It's a classic mixup between England and the United States. GQ gets mistaken for British GQ all the time, but with the U.K.'s latest issue featuring a very nude Kim Kardashian as Woman of the Year, the United States' GQ does not want any confusion at all.
Kim, of course, was very grateful for the honor tweeting, "What a huge honor to win Woman of the Year. It's so special."
However, a lot of people went on Twitter to express their disappointment that the 33-year-old reality star was named Woman of the Year, but they expressed it to the wrong publication. Not wanting anything do with their British brethren, the United States magazine cleared the air.
In individualized responses, the publication tweets "wrong GQ," "no we didn't" and even a "take a long hard look at Google."
@JakeJ29 take a long hard look at google. That was British GQ.— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) September 8, 2014
Even going as far as addressing the citizens of the United Kingdom, GQ said, "Good Morning Citizens of the UK. We're Still GQ US, and we still gave no awards. Congratulations on the new royal baby, though."
Good morning, citizens of the UK. We’re still GQ US, and we still gave no awards. Congratulations on the new royal baby, though.— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) September 8, 2014
To avoid any confusion on their Twitter handles, GQ U.K. has "British" in front of the GQ, and as seen in their tweet, they are fully supportive of Kim Kardashian as their woman.