Bradley Cooper is the latest start to heap praise on Channing Tatum. The star of the upcoming film "Silver Linings Playbook" was more than happy to pass the "Sexiest Man Alive" mantle to Channing, who recently received the honor from People. "Channing is a very sexy man," said Bradley, who took home the honor last year. "He's above and beyond whatever I brought to the table." As it turns out, Channing is no stranger to receiving compliments from male celebrities. Here are a few other famous men that have gushed over the physical appeal of the "Magic Mike" actor.
Bradley isn't the only former "Sexiest Man Alive" to express their feelings about Channing. Ben, who received the honor all the way back in 2002, has also talked about Channing's good looks. "I think [Channing] is [deserving], and always has been," said the "Argo" star. "He's a very good guy and an extremely, extremely sexy man." Ben also praised "Magic Mike," the young actor's semi-autobiographical film about his days as a male stripper.
Adam, who is famous for his role on the NBC sitcom "Parks and Recreation," was talking about Channing well before he was officially dubbed the world's sexiest man. Back in March, Adam had some high praise for the star's backside. "That guy looks like he was sculpted out of ivory," he said. "If they made casts of asses to sell at adult stores for people to have sex with, they would use his ass." The awkward comments were meant in jest, but Adam still covered his tracks. "Sorry for everything I just said," he uttered immediately after his remarks.
Jonah HillJonah co-starred with Channing in the comedy "21 Jump Street," so he couldn't resist sharing his thoughts on his friend's big achievement. The funny actor tweeted a picture of himself preparing to lick the magazine cover, and added a fitting caption to the post. "You've always been the sexiest man alive to me! (Congrats pal!)," he said. The two became fast friends on the set of their movie, and they will soon reunite for the sequel.
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