Hotties of 2010

2010-01-03 00:00

• COLIN Moss is a South African actor and television personality best known for presenting Fear Factor for M-Net in 2002, co-presenting Idols 2003 and presenting Idols in 2005 and 2006. He is very humble and the spark is caused by his charming green eyes. He’s a regular on the South African stand-up vibe and we all love funny men.

• Hugh Jackman was born in Sydney, Australia. He is a popular actor, especially for his role as Logan the Wolverine in X-Men. There’s not much that’s not hot about Jackman, he breaks the celebrity stereotype: he is a family man and I could live with his beautiful accent saying good night every night (sigh).

• Denzel Washington is best known as the star of Malcolm X and won an Oscar as best actor for his role as a rogue cop in the 2001 film Training Day. In 2002, he played a super dad in John Q.

• Syabonga Twala was first introduced to us as Vusi Zwane on Scandal. He now plays the charming Paul Mashaba on Generations. He is not only hot, but many women’s dream husband.

• Everyone knows Theo Kgosinkwe from the pop group Mafikizolo. He can dance and dresses well too. He has managed to keep his looks this long.

• Nqubeko Mbatha is a producer and the musical director of Joyous Celebration. He has just blessed us with a heat album called I Will Forever Worship You. Not only can he sing, but he can also play the piano. You can’t help but be moved by his talent.

• The United States president, Barack Obama, who rolls up his sleeves, is fine. The year 2009 blessed us with his charisma, intelligence and smart dress code.

• The French footballer, Thierry Henry, also plays for the New York Red Bulls. He is cute and speaks the “charming language” — a bonus. It doesn’t end there — he is the perfect height so you wouldn’t have to think twice when buying those dream stilettos.

• Trevor Noah is a South African actor, presenter, comedian and radio DJ who began his career with a cameo role on the SABC3 soapie Isidingo in 2002. A real cutie who can get women laughing.

• Randall Abrahams is an independent consultant to the digital and PR industry, but is best known for his role as Mr Nasty on local productions on Idols and South Africa’s Got Talent. Yes, he is nasty, but really hot.

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