BRADLEY Cooper led the way for the guys at 2011’s GQ Men of the Year Awards, winning the most coveted prize, International Man of the Year.
Bradley Cooper was presented his GQ Men of the Year Awards gong by fellow Hollywood film star Charlize Theron, who was lucky enough to share the same table as the 36-year-old at London’s Royal Opera House.
Donning a white shirt with black buttons – a la Johnny Depp – the blue-eyed actor looked dreamy in a bow tie and suave suit.
But we wouldn’t be doing our job if we didn’t give the other hot suitors at last night’s bash the mention they deserve for making us swoon this morning.
The stunning Kelly Brook offered up her equally as gorgeous boyfriend – former rugby player Thom Evans – who went the extra mile with a swanky waistcoat.
London-born rapper Tinie Tempah may have lost this year’s Mercury Music Prize to PJ Harvey earlier in the day, but the 22-year-old was as smiley as ever on the red carpet and he had good reason to be.
Tineie went on to pick up the award for Male Solo artist later in the evening and we’re not exactly frowning either after checking out his bot in those perfectly fitted trousers. Terwit terwoo!
Tanqueray Most Stylish Man, was Doctor Who star Matt Smith, and with gorgeous model girlfriend, Daisy Lowe, on hand to help him pick ensembles we’re not too surprised.
The British actor didn’t disappoint in yesterday evening’s formal getup either.
M&S model Jamie Redknapp is always a sight for sore eyes – Louise, hold on tight to that one – but we need to thank the organisers of this year’s ceremony for bringing back our object of perving joy for 2010, Douglas Booth.
Again, the mere sight of the actor has caused numerous mouths to catch flies across the OK.co.uk desk, it must be the chiselled jaw, or the full lips…
But we’re yet to settle whether he has a patch on these guys.
We were chuffed to see One Direction boys Zayn, Harry, Niall, Louis and Liam make their GQ Awards debut. Looking like total fitsters, we reckon they were just warming up to win Band of the Year of 2012. Anyone with us?