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People Magazine (Literature)

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"Sexiest Man Alive" (Literature)

"In 1987, I was People Magazine's 'Sexiest Man Alive'."

People Magazine, first published in 1974, has run a "Sexiest Man Alive" issue every year but one since 1985. A list of contenders is featured in the issue, headed by that year's selection as the benchmark of male beauty. Former winners include the first, Mel Gibson (who couldn't get an ad in the magazine nowadays), Sean Connery (the oldest winner), the late John F. Kennedy Jr. (the youngest winner), Tom Cruise (see Mel Gibson), and Brad Pitt (two-time winner). Aaron lies when he says under oath that he won the title in 1987. The winner that year was some chap called Harry Hamlin.

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