Incredible Australian pop stars don’t blow FHM's mind nearly as often as they should. Natalie Imbruglia had a go post-Kylie, but she went off to enjoy a doomed relationship with a man in an indie band quicker than you could say a high-pitched and patronising “really?” Gabriella Cilmi has been biding her time. But the still only 18-year-old has just released her second album Ten and is ready to go global on the front cover of the May issue FHM. There’s a mini-gallery with a selection of pictures from Gabriella’s shoot below, and sitting above these words is a video of our May girlfriend, Tal. Also in the issue there’s a 20% disgusting and 80% fascinating feature on a new ‘wonder’ drug for getting the ultimate biceps, plus a Holiday Honeys 2010 booklet (see below), Robert Downey Jnr, Vladimir Putin, Mossad and that girl from the Virgin Active advert. You know, the one posing in a red dress and eight-inch Louboutins on that piece of kit you apparently get in the gym. Turns out her name is Polly Brindle.
Included in the May issue is your booklet showcasing this year’s top 100 FHM Holiday Honeys 2010. If you’re thinking “but, what about High Street Honeys?”, don’t worry. This is 2010’s High Street Honeys but with the addition of the tremendous suggestion that our modelling hopefuls should get their pictures taken somewhere exotic. And you know what? It worked. Pick up your booklet and help decide who’ll be this year’s Charlotte Thomson. It’s free with the magazine, and it looks like this:
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