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Ten Once Celebrity Objects of Sexual Desire Who Have Fallen Out of Favor

By Dustin Rowles | Lists | June 23, 2011 |

By Dustin Rowles | Lists | June 23, 2011 |

Now that we’re approaching the 5th Annual Pajiba 10, we’ve had five years of Freebie Data from which to cull. In that time, there have been a number of celebrities with healthy staying power, particularly those now in the Pajiba 10 Hall of Fame. But there are others who have risen to great heights only to vanish. Not from the public’s consciousnesses, because most of the 10 celebrities below are as popular as they ever were, but from the laminated cards of our readership. You had your brief lust affairs of the mind with them, and now they are sexual afterthoughts. You’ve moved on to your Olyphants and your Bries and your Fassbenders. You are a fickle bunch.

I looked over the last four years of Freebie Lists (what do you do in your spare time?) and compared them to the first nearly 300 Freebie Members in yesterday’s Freebie List and have come up with something that’s not quite the Anti-10, but more akin to your sexual garbage bin, yesterday’s fantasies. Collectively, these 10 celebrities have moved on to your Freebie Friend Zone. You’ve lost that lusting feeling.

There is, however, still time to vote on this year’s list. Perhaps a few images can goose your libido, and perhaps you’ll rethink your Freebie List and add one of the Ten Pieces of Eye Candy in Year’s Past to this year’s list again. Here’s to rekindling:

10. Hugh Jackman


9. Gerard Butler


8. Daniel Craig


7. Ewan Mcgregor


6. Natalie Portman


5. Tina Fey


4. Jake Gyllenhaal


3. Jon Stewart


2. John Krasinski


1. Clive Owen


Dustin is the founder and co-owner of Pajiba. You may email him here, follow him on Twitter, or listen to his weekly TV podcast, Podjiba.

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