Let’s Take A Moment to Appreciate Charlie Hunnam’s Sexiness

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A few months ago I published a post celebrating Idris Elba’s sexiness. It was fun, light-hearted and pretty well received. For your viewing pleasure, I’m going to recreate this with Charlie Hunnam. Who knows… this might become a regular thing.

Charlie Hunnam, star of Sons of Anarchy, covers the December issue of Men’s Health, just as his show is preparing to say farewell. Charlie Hunnam has become something of a household name, not only because of his success in Sons, and last year’s Pacific Rim, but because of all the controversy and media coverage surrounding his initial casting in the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey.

Charlie Hunnam is a beautiful specimen of a man, and all the Fifty Shades soccer psycho moms who were throwing the word “ugly” around to describe him really need to have several seats.

Hunnam was undeniably cute in his Queer as Folk and Nicholas Nickleby days, but the man has grown to be a veritable beast of beauty. In his Men’s Health spread, Charlie discusses the dedication necessary to stay in shape in order to maintain the visual expectations of the characters that he plays. I’m all for healthy living and working out – two aspects I cannot do without in my own life – but this guy kind of borders on obsessive. Oh well, he does it for the primary purpose of us appreciating what he shows. Who am I to complain?

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