It has been sometime since I last considered my list. Since it is a popular hit on my blog (people would rather look at pictures of pretty men than read the crap I come out with apparently), I thought I would have another look. I am changing things up though and this time I am picking winners in five different categories. Oh and I will also mention the runners-up so you know how hard it was to make my choice! I have spent WAY too much time on this. Also, I found it really hard to find pics which truly showed off the awesomeness of the guys I chose. I like to think this is because I like them for their 3-D versions more than just their pretty looks. Or it could be because I am one plane ticket away from being a professional stalker.
Best on TV (past):
Michael Vartan as Agent Vaughn (Alias)
For all the wrinkle-brow concern. For the shoot-em-beat-em holster-wearing goodness. For coming back from the dead, simply because we demanded it. And don’t even get me started on when he speaks his mother tongue.
Bradley Cooper as Will Tippin (Alias)
Michael Weatherly as Logan Cale (Dark Angel)
David Boreanaz as Angel (Buffy the Vampire Slayer / Angel)
Bryan Greenberg as Jake Jagielski (One Tree Hill)
Best on TV (present):
John Krasinski as Jim Halpert (The Office, An American Workplace)
Sure, he doesn’t have the Davidoff beach bod of Sawyer or the grufty ruggedness of Jack but the Lost boys lose out to John everytime. We really mean it when we say sense of humour is important.
Josh Holloway as Sawyer/James Ford (Lost)
Matthew Fox as Jack Shephard (Lost)
David Boreanaz as Seeley Booth (Bones)
Zachary Levi as Chuck (Chuck)
Best in Music:
Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters)
No-one comes close in this category. He is ultra-talented, the essence of cool and as I keep telling my husband, I just wish he were our friend. His voice is yum.
Chris Cornell (Soundgarden / Audioslave)
Best in Film:
A shameful omission from my previous list and the only Brit in attendance, Christian is hot and deep. Very talented and also plays a superhero. I do have a thing for Superheroes. Don’t tell the feminist inside me.
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson
And in the They Haven’t Made The Cut But They Are Really Rather Charming category:
Hugh Jackman (as Wolverine!)
Danny Masterson (in That 70s Show – it’s the sideburns!)
And finally, Best in real life (Lifetime Achievement Award):
Ricardo. No Runners- Up.