Adam Lambert is voted the sexiest man in pop music in Billboard poll

Beats out runners-up Adam Levine, Justin Bieber and Enrique Iglesias

Adam Lambert is voted the sexiest man in pop music in Billboard poll
15 June 2012

The gay Adam easily beat out the straight Adam in Billboardcom’s poll to find Music’s Sexiest Man.

American Idol alum Adam Lambert received 26 percent of the more than 600,000 votes cast while Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine, a mentor on The Voice, finished second with 12 percent.

Trailing behind the two Adams was Justin Bieber with 10 percent, Enrique Iglesias with 9.75 percent. Rounding out the top 5 was Tokio Hotel frontman Bill Kaulitz who received 8 percent of the votes despite not having his name on the ballot. All were write-ins.

Also in the top 10: Bruno Mars, Jon Bon Jovi, Chris Brown, Usher, and Drake.

Of the females, Billboard readers overwhelmingly chose Britney Spears as the sexiest with 45 percent of the vote. Lady Gaga trailed far behind with 12 percent of the votes while Beyonce was third with 8 percent.

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