Robert Pattinson voted world's sexiest man
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Robert Pattinson has been voted the sexiest man by a magazine poll for the third year running, followed by his 'Twilight' co-star Taylor Lautner who grabbed the second position.
This year again Pattinson topped Glamour magazine's 50 Sexiest Men list, which has 'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides' hunk Johnny Depp at the third spot, reported Mirror online.
Soccer star David Beckham and 'High School Musical' actor Zac Efron rounded off the top five in the list, which was compiled from over 40,000 votes by readers of the magazine.
"Over 40,000 Glamour readers cast their votes in the most hotly contested list of the year.
"And while the 'Twilight Saga' men continue to dominate our Sexiest Men list, Glamour readers have shown they have eclectic tastes to say the least - from silver fox, 50-year-old George Clooney, to a barely legal Justin Bieber. What could it all mean? Don't think, just enjoy," Editor Jo Elvin said.
Scottish actor Gerard Butler, 'True Blood' hunk Alexander Skarsgard, Tron's Garrett Hedlund, Kings of Leon bassist Jared Followill and Prince Harry completed the top ten.
Other notable inclusions in the poll include Bradley Cooper at number 11, Orlando Bloom at 16, Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal at 17 and 18 respectively and 'Real Steel' star Hugh Jackman in 50th place.
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