.............. Ok, it's only Heat magazine's Weird Crush list of 2011, but these things have to be mentioned. I'm sure you would be disappointed if as big a fan of the trashy as I am failed to bring it up. In fact, if I'd only bothered, as I have previously, to try and drum up votes for him, he might have finished even higher.
They have used an absolutely terrible photo of Nick in this - I am sure they could have found a better one if they'd bothered to look. Anyway, he comes in at number 13, the same position as last year, while David Cameron and, believe it or not, George Osborne are at 14 and 15 respectively. What is even more bizarre is Ed Balls at 16.
I suppose it's a good thing that 4 politicians come above both Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh whose profiles are sky high. What I don't get, though, is Matt Smith and Alan Rickman being on such a list at all. It is in no way weird to find either of these gentlemen attractive, I'd say. And when I say attractive, it has more to do with personality than superficial looks. I'm not shallow, much.
I'm quite surprised that we haven't had Alex Salmond blaming the UK Government for his omission and saying that in an independent Scotland he'd have topped the poll.