Notable Inclusions on Town & Country's List of Top 50 Bachelors

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For those for whom People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive issue isn't enough stereotypically hot actor man meat, Town & Country has just released their own list of the Top 50 Sexiest Bachelors living on earth right now. It's chock full of the usual array of aristocrats and European nobility...plus a few other interesting choices.

Number 1: Scott Eastwood

If Clint Eastwood's son was making people swoony before, from these quotes, we're not sure what he's doing now:

He also likes his women strong and independent: "The kind who's not afraid to be alone, who leaves her phone at home."

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And:

"I love acting, but I'm not a thespian," Scott says, expanding on something he told us in September. "I want to be a man's man, not a glitzy pop star."

Number 5: Stavros Niarchos III

The former boyfriend of Paris Hilton, making it seem like it's the mid-2000s again.

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Numbers 8 and 9: Gus Wenner and Theo Wenner

If you like your bachelors rich and holding firm to the trust of their father, these two are for you.

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Number 14: Leonardo DiCaprio, Number 24: Johnny Depp and Number 25: Russell Brand

These three. [Shakes head, has no comment]

Number 15: Ansel Elgort

Elgort's blurb was written by his co-star, the beloved wood nymph Shailene Woodley, who says, "He is the real deal, a Renaissance man. The world had better watch out."

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Number 19: Spike Jonze

Well, he was great in The Wolf of Wall Street.

Number 32: Jack Dorsey and Number 34: Evan Spiegel

The current kings of the tech world and founders of Twitter and Snapchat, respectively, are included without mention of their histories of dickish behavior.

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Number 39: Adam Scott

The golfer, not the actor.

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Stephan Zielinski

He also likes his women strong and independent: "The kind who's not afraid to be alone, who leaves her phone at home."

Given the utility and ubiquity of cell phones, doesn't this mean "Scatterbrained"? More ominously, how strong and independent is it to rely on someone else to have a phone handy in the event of an emergency?