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Tuesday 1 September 2015

Glamour names Cavill as sexiest man

Published 02/12/2013

Henry Cavill who has surplanted Robert Pattinson as the world's sexiest man
Henry Cavill who has surplanted Robert Pattinson as the world's sexiest man

Robert Pattinson has lost his place as the world's sexiest man to Henry Cavill, according to a magazine poll.

The former Twilight star, 27, has won the accolade for the last four years.

But now the British heartthrob, who split from his Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart following her affair with Snow White And The Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, has slipped to second place behind the new Superman, Henry Cavill.

Australian actor Liam Hemsworth, who recently broke-up with controversial singer Miley Cyrus, is third in Glamour's annual sexiest men poll, voted for by 95,000 people.

Teenage star Justin Bieber, 19, is the youngest name on the list and up from 49 last year to tenth place.

One Direction star Harry Styles, slightly older than Justin, is sixth, just behind British actors Tom Hiddleston and Benedict Cumberbatch in fourth and fifth place.

Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom star Idris Elba is a new entry in eighth place, while the top 20 includes Charlie Hunnam, who quit the Fifty Shades Of Grey movie, Johnny Depp, Olly Murs and Doctor Who star Matt Smith.

:: Glamour's 100 Sexiest Men appears in the January issue, out from December 5.

Glamour's top 20 sexiest men for 2013:

1. Henry Cavill

2. Robert Pattinson

3. Liam Hemsworth

4. Tom Hiddleston

5. Benedict Cumberbatch

6. Harry Styles

7. Chris Hemsworth

8. Idris Elba

9. Jamie Campbell Bower

10. Justin Bieber

11. Charlie Hunnam

12. Ian Somerhalder

13. Matt Bomer

14. Johnny Depp

15. Olly Murs

16. Michael Fassbender

17. Channing Tatum

18. Rafael Nadal

19. Matt Smith

20. Robert Downey Jnr.

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