Voting has now closed. Results will be posted last this month.
This year marks the 10th Annual Pajiba 10 — our version of the hottest, sexiest, most bangable celebrities on the planet. We’ve been doing this for a decade now! It’s a joyous time around these parts, our Christmas, a time when ogling, leering, and objectifying are not only allowed, but strongly encouraged (as long as its equal-opportunity objectification).
For those of you who might be new to the Pajiba 10, it’s a very easy process. You all vote for the 10 Most Attractive Celebrities on the Planet, combining talent, likability, looks, dancing ability, intelligence, upper-body strength or whatever qualities you think to include. Your votes are tallied up according to your Five Freebies list, i.e., those celebrity men and women with whom you would theoretically be allowed to cheat on your spouse or loved one (see Friends S3E5 “The One with Frank, Jr.”).
Because our readers are greedy, many years ago, most took to composing one list for opposite sex celebrities, and another for same-sex candidates. You can compile one list or two. It’s totally up to you.
There are only a couple of rules, and only to make it easier to tally nominations: Please don’t vote for anyone more than once (if you do, your entire list will be deleted, because it gets complicated otherwise). Also, please spell the last name correctly, and don’t use nicknames (ScarJo, etc.).
One other thing: There is a Pajiba Hall of Fame. Celebrities who have been named to the list three times are permanently retired, and therefore no longer eligible for the Pajiba 10. There are no new members this year, but you can glance at our list of llustful fallen soldiers from last year. There are also a number of people who you would think have been put out to pasture already, but they still have one or two years left of eligibility.
The staff has also helpfully suggested many possibilities for you consideration. Please take a moment and consider them.
I’ve said my piece. You may begin composing your lists now. Take your time. This post will be up all weekend, and voting will continue until next Wednesday. The 10th Annual Pajiba 10 will be unveiled later this month.