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Who would you want to wake up to on Christmas Day? Christian Bale and Kelly Brook top survey

A new survey has revealed the stars the UK wants in its Christmas stocking.

The Blockbuster surveyed over 1,200 male and female customers, and found Christian Bale and Kelly Brook came out on top.

Bruce Willis and Colin Farrell complete the top three for most-wanted male stars, and Mila Kunis and Kate Beckinsdale made it into the top three females.

Regionally tastes varied on the men, with Bruce Willis topping the poll in the North East and South East, and although Christian Bale was voted the favourite in the North West, Keith Lemon came a close second!

Colin Farrell topped the poll in Northern Ireland whereas Wales showed themselves to be Mark Wahlberg and Channing Tatum fans.

Here are the overall rankings in the UK:

Male rankings:

  1. Christian Bale
  2. Bruce Willis
  3. Colin Farrell
  4. Channing Tatum
  5. Mark Wahlberg
  6. Matthew McConaughey
  7. Keith Lemon
  8. Gary Oldman
     

Female rankings:

  1. Kelly Brook
  2. Mila Kunis
  3. Kate Beckinsale
  4. Emma Stone
  5. Anne Hathaway
  6. Rachel Weisz
  7. Eva Longoria
  8. Olivia Munn
     

Who else would you want to wake up to?

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