I realize your subscription has probably run out, but in this recent May 12, 2003 issue of this important magazine, featuring the 50 Most Beautiful Ones. . .
. . . I turned to page 164 and found this guy, who had a two-page spread (the only one to get his photo across two pages):

And on the right hand page was this piece by him:
Steve Martin
"It’s very hard being one of the most beautiful people. Having this kind of beauty is actually a burden. Sometimes I go to a party and not one of the other 49 most beautiful people is there. That makes me feel very solitary and alone, because it means I am the most beautiful person in the room.

"If I’m going to a party where I know there will be ‘less beautiful people,’ I try to ‘dress down’ in order to hide my beauty. But this seems to have a counter-effect of actually making me more beautiful. I guess me and dungarees are a pretty potent combination.

"I try not to lord my beauty over others. This is very hard. I try not to mention that I am one of the most beautiful people, but somehow it always comes out. I will usually only bring it up when I’m asked to do a task, like open a garage door. People seem to enjoy my beauty and are genuinely happy for me, because after I mention it, they always say, ‘How nice for you.’"