How people rate Paul Rudd as “the sexiest man”

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“People” magazine editor-in-chief Dan Wakeford said that “People” magazine selected Rudd as the sexiest man this year, which surprised some people, including Rudd. He said that the actor felt “like” for this honor. Puzzled”.

But after talking with Wakeford, I started to understand how people make choices. I was even fascinated by Rudd. We had a pleasant conversation on this very important topic, and we edited it slightly for the sake of space and clarity, as shown below.

Wakeford: Staff Meeting [for SMA] It really should be a reality show. It’s like a heated debate about the legal style argument. Suddenly someone raised their voice and a lot of enthusiasm. We are at People, we take our journalism very, very seriously, and we take the people we choose very seriously, because it really led the national dialogue that day. When you were on the cover of “The Sexiest Man” magazine, you were the person who received the most attention in America that day. “

CNN: How did you find Rudd? (After many debates, Wakeford is the ultimate decision maker.)

Wakeford: “Well, everyone comes to the negotiating table with different names and different arguments, who they think they should be. When his name is mentioned, I feel something is wrong. It feels right. He is A slow-burning person. He is a person who will not push himself forward in a sexy or dominant way. He will not fall for the stupidity of celebrities. And he is very focused on his craft and does a good job. But when you When talking about it with people, suddenly you get this surprisingly strong wave of enthusiasm, and he understands.”

CNN: How does your choice adapt to the present?

Wakeford: “We want stability. We want safety. We want comfort. It has been so disturbing for the past two years. But we also want to laugh. He is a good man and always joking. So self-deprecating, just saw He, he has such amazing energy, yes, he is cute in real life.”

CNN: So this is his overall factor?

Wakeford: “Yes, he is a good person. It doesn’t depend entirely on his appearance. It’s not just about his green, affectionate, hazel eyes. He is smart. And he does a good job. He is [raised] Get 13 million US dollars through philanthropy [for] Children’s Charity Hospital in Kansas City. He is not showing off. He is just a great person, and he is easy to like. I think I have never had such a positive attitude towards this choice. When you think about it, he just reminds you of that funny kid in school, he is behind the class, he is quiet, and then he will say some very funny things to make you laugh. “

CNN: How did so many different people agree on the final choice?

Wakeford: “We have a lot of people with different personalities. When you see different types of people saying’yes’ in different corners, I think it’s great.”

CNN: How did you choose the final cover shot?

Wakeford: “It’s all about the eyes. That intimate lens is really amazing…and the little flashes of biceps. That kind of subtle sexiness is what we like.”

CNN: When Paul heard that he was the chosen person, how did he react?

Wakeford: “He’s obviously happy and thinks it’s funny. He knows everyone scratches their heads.”

Therefore, Rudd is an interesting, all-round good person. Yes, this is sexy. In addition, I now see Rudd’s eyes and hair and new highlights in his biceps.

Thank you, Dan.


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