They are Adams, we are Eves. There’s beauty in both of us, in whatever form it may come.
But today, we’ll be focusing on the lads. We’ve rummaged through the world of entertainment to select yet another 6 gentlemen whose good looks and services to the arts are insurmountable.
This man is the reason why my mother now wants a toy boy. Do you know what you’ve unleashed, Adam?
Anyway… Mr Levine entered our lives back in 2002, when he shot to fame as Maroon 5’s crooning front man. Adam has been responsible for a string of hits on the airwaves and is an active campaigner for LGBTQI rights.
Who doesn’t love a posh pretty boy? At the tender age of 34, Mr Redmayne has already received an OBE for his services to drama, and often donates money to drama students in London who can’t keep up with their rent. His work on screen is sublime and he also impressed us with his vocals in Les Misèrables. Being an all round artist, he studied History of Art at Cambridge after attending Eton College with Prince William… Doesn’t get posher than that, really.
Macklemore, whose real name is Ben Haggerty, is possibly one of the most candid artists of today’s generation. His grammy-award winning hit, Thrift Shop, speaks about going against the status quo and is critical of the capitalist nature of certain rap artists. Macklemore is also an active campaigner against homophobia within rap culture.
It doesn’t get more rugged than this, ladies. Mr Statham was a member of the British National Diving Squad for 12 years, and grew up and played football with Vinnie Jones. They were reunited later on to star in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch, both directed by Guy Ritchie. He’s a master of kung fu, karate and kickboxing, and was also hand picked to model for French Connection specifically for his masculine appearance. An infinitive level of macho.
Where do I begin? He’s been an icon since the late 1980s, and almost every performance he delivers becomes a solidified milestone and household name. His striking features are but a fraction of the value of his on-screen talents. His commitment to his roles and the investment in the character is what makes Depp such an alluring individual. His versatility, be it in stage combat or accent work or physicality has been a pleasure to watch as it unfolds throughout his career. We are to revere him, first and foremost, for his mastery.
Eternal thanks goes to whoever blessed this man with that jawline. You’ll be glad to know that Mr Cavill graced our shores back in 2002 when he was filming The Count of Monte Cristo at the tender age of 18. We then officially fell in love with him in The Tudors, where he played Charles Brandon alongside Jonathan Rhys Meyers’ King Henry VIII. He is a spokesperson for the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, which works towards saving species from extinction, and is also an ambassador for the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund. How very gallant.
Who would you have on the list? Who would you like to have featured in our next line up?
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