The 10 Hottest TV Newsmen in Phoenix

The 10 Hottest TV Newsmen in Phoenix
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New Times ladies were sitting around engaged in a heated debate about who People magazine should name as 2013's "Sexiest Man Alive." Well, turns out that, last week, People handed the honor to Adam Levine, Maroon 5's frontman and a judge on The Voice

We say bah! We'd have given the title to Levine's man crush, hunky, six-foot-five, country crooner Blake Shelton. But that's just us.

We don't have show-biz types like Levin and Shelton around here, but we do have hunks gracing our air waves. So we ladies decided to give you our Top-10 sexiest male broadcasters.

We think you'll agree that you willingly turn on certain of these Adonises at any hour of the day and night -- bring them right into your boudoir and just shamelessly gawk and fantasize about them.

And, yeah, New Times figured that since we girls were allowed to give you the sexiest boys of Valley TV, our boys should -- in fairness -- get to impart a list of the good-looking local ladies of the boob tube.

Tune in for that tomorrow, news hounds.

10.) John Hook, Cory McCloskey, and Troy Hayden, a Fox 10 News trio

John Hook, Cory McCloskey and Troy Hayden
John Hook, Cory McCloskey and Troy Hayden

Three men, one face. Right?

We couldn't single out one of these pretty-boy, baby-faced television personalities with spiky bangs. We figured since they share a face, they should share the honor of making New Times' list of 10 Sexiest Newsmen.

And in John Hook's case, he's a hell of a news man (especially since he actually gives New Times credit for its scoops when they appear on his station.)

But we've got to wonder ... are Hayden and McCloskey Hook's love children, or maybe cloned from his anchorman DNA?

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