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'FHM' Calls It Quits With One Final Issue

Featuring Holly Willoughby on the cover.

It was announced back in November of last year that FHM would be suspending its print publication amidst a dwindling subscriber base and now the infamous mag has officially unveiled its last-ever cover: lingerie model-turned-television presenter, English sex icon Holly Willoughby.

Originally launched back in 1985, FHM was long at the forefront of “lad” culture, at one time boasting a circulation of over 700,000 across 27 different countries. FHM‘s heyday was long gone, however, and that number had supposedly fallen to just 67,000 in the first six months of last year. Fellow Bauer Media-owned publication Zoo also called it quits with a circulation that had decreased from 2005’s 260,000 down to 24,000 in 2015.

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