Bradley Cooper says 'Sexiest Man' title is awful
Tuesday 06 December 2011
Bradley Cooper thinks being crowned Sexiest Man Alive is "awful".
The 'Hangover' actor - who was recently awarded the coveted title by People magazine - admitted being given the accolade has made him more aware of how "not sexy" he really is.
Bradley joked: "It's the worst. Oh, it's just so awful. I'm finally at an age - I'm 36 years old - where I really don't care about anything like that anymore, which is wonderful thing, and then it happened. And then I started to realise just how not sexy I am.
"I have a lot of moments where I'm walking out and I'll open up the door and think to myself, 'I could do that a lot sexier'."
However, the 36-year-old heartthrob - who previously dated actress Renee Zellweger - explained in his opinion the accolade should have been handed to 'The Notebook' hunk Ryan Gosling.
Speaking on 'The Graham Norton Show', Bradley added: "He literally looks like he's in a photo shoot, like he just came off the runway.
"I literally look like the neighbour who never comes really out of his house."
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