In the light of Australia Day, adult dating website RedHotPie have compiled a list of the top 10 sexiest Australians according to a poll conducted by its members. The list released is shocking to say the least.
Sophie Monk, The Project’s Carrie Bickmore and co-host Waleed Aly are surprise entries in the list that contains no big names in fashion or film.
Here are the results:
- Sophie Monk
Former 2DayFM personality, Sophie Monk, takes the top spot. The English-born Australian singer, model and actress has appeared in films like “Date Movie,” “Click” and “Spring Breakdown.”
- Carrie Bickmore
“The Project’s” Carrie Bickmore comes a close second. She is born in Adelaide, South Australia and is also a Gold Logie award-winning television presenter.
- Jesinta Campbell
Jesinta has already won Miss Universe Australia in 2010. She represented Australia at the Miss Universe in the same year and came up 2nd runner-up.
- The Bondi Rescue cast
This Australian television program seems to be a big hit among the women.
- Waleed Aly
Waleed Aly works on the same show as Carrie Bickmore, “The Project,” as a co-host.
- The Burgess twins
George and Tom Burgess ply their trade for the South Sydney Rabbitohs of the National Rugby League. Their inclusion in this list also comes as a definite shock. This proves that women do watch Rugby.
- Natasha Oakley
Natasha is a fashion and lifestyle blogger who owns bikini and swimwear brands.
- Jarryd Hayne
How the Burgess twins managed to topple Jarryd is definitely a question to ponder upon. The hunk is a former Australian rugby star who now plays American football for the San Francisco 49ers in the National Football League.
- Travis Fimmel
Travis hit the road running when he appeared in the high-profile Calvin Klein campaign. This led him to the role of Ragnar Lothbrok in the History Channel’s series. He talks about his successful journey in this Daily Mail article.
- Sylvia Jeffreys
Sylvia Jeffreys, the Australian journalist and news presenter, takes the final spot as one of the top 10 sexiest Australians.