People Magazine Names Charming Potato 2012's Sexiest Man Alive
If you saw last night's "Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23," I suppose we should've guessed that Charming Potato was the one who beat out James Van Der Beek for People Magazine's Sexist Man Alive.
It makes sense. Potato has had a fantastic year at the box office with The Vow and 21 Jump Street, had credible turns in the well-reviewed Magic Mike and Haywire, and even ventured into indie territory with the unseen 10 Years. At this point, even people who have always kind of hated him have warmed up to the the world's most adorable spud. He's wooden, but there's a lot of charming flexibility in the fibers.
They could have, however, picked a much better cover photo. Not a lot of older ladies will care to stick that issue down their girdle.
The other contenders? A decent collection, save for the inexplicable appearance of Richard Gere, but that's a nice shout-out to Oscar Pistorious.
(Source: People Magazine)
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