In a year that saw him eat loads of cheese, hang out with his pal Dennis Rodman, wear some enormous trousers and build loads of missiles because he's bored, Kim Jong-Un is looking to cap off a great 12 months with Time's 'Person of the Year' Award.
Pyongyang goes wiiiiild!
A controversial accolade that takes into account a person's influence, rather than their morals or general popularity, the magazine is looking to outdo its 2016 winner (a certain Donald Trump) by awarding its biggest cover to the gluttonous despot who has turned North Korea into the world's most surreal threat.
After waging a war of words with Trump and reminding the West, Japan and his South Korean enemies of his nation's nuclear firepower, if we're basing the competition on column inches and worldwide prominence, it's understandable why Jong-un would take the victory.
Not that Donald Trump would care, seeing as he turned down the opportunity to be a repeat winner (This definitely happened).
But, Donald, do you look this good in a fedora?