They don't get much manlier than Jason Statham

Bang Showbiz

JASON Statham has been named the UK's Celebrity Manliest Man.

The 47-year-old actor - who is dating model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley - topped the national survey after beating the likes of David Beckham and Gerard Butler to the title with an impressive 24 per cent of votes.

Ray Winstone, 57, came in second place with 18 per cent, while Tom Hardy, 36, secured the third position with 10 per cent of the votes.

Former soccer star David and Gerard came joint fourth with eight per cent, while Idris Elba followed closely behind with seven per cent.

'EastEnders' hunk Danny Dyer and Billy Connelly came joint sixth with five per cent, while Colin Farrell and Lewis Hamilton came in at seventh and eighth with three per cent and two per cent respectively.

Meanwhile, Prince William, Simon Cowell and Tom Daley found themselves at the bottom of the list with just one per cent of the votes.

The Celebrity Manliest Man list comes as Men's Fitness magazine and cancer charity Orchid have teamed up with The Bluebeards Revenge to launch a campaign to find Britain's Manliest Man.

The full list of Celebrity Manliest Man:


  • Jason Statham (24%)
  • Ray Winstone (18%)
  • Tom Hardy (10%)
  • Gerard Butler (8%)
  • David Beckham (8%)
  • Idris Elba (7%)
  • Danny Dyer (5%)
  • Billy Connelly (5%)
  • Manu Tuilagi (3%)
  • Colin Farrell (3%)
  • Lewis Hamilton (2%)
  • Prince William (1%)
  • David Walliams (1%)
  • Simon Cowell (1%)
  • Tom Daley (1%)
  • Amir Khan (less than 1%)
  • David Cameron (less than 1%)
  • Jon Richardson (less than 1%)
  • Mo Farah (less than 1%)
  • Nick Clegg (less than 1%)
  • Ross Kemp (less than 1%)

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