Prince William beats Vin Diesel to be named the 'world's sexiest bald man'

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By Asiya Ali

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Prince William has dethroned Vin Diesel to be crowned the world's sexiest bald man alive, according to a brand new study.

In the study carried out by marketing agency Reboot, the British royal, 41, knocked the 56-year-old Fast and Furious star off the top spot, with him now coming in second place while fellow Hollywood hunk Jason Statham is third.

If you're wondering how the 41-year-old got an impressive score of 9.88 and defeated the action heartthrobs, there was actually some scientific methodology behind the tongue-in-cheek study.

Firslty, the ranking checked internet searches to see how many people were looking for naughty pictures of smooth-headed celebrities, with the words "shirtless" or "naked" were taken into consideration.

Then, researchers looked at each star's height, net worth, and how closely their facial features align with the mathematical golden ratio - which supposedly shows the "ideal" proportions used in famous pieces of art.

In addition to this, they used another bizarre metric in their rankings - the "shine factor" - to determine the radiance of each contender's scalp.

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Prince William was crowned the world's sexiest bald man alive. Credit: Max Mumby/Indigo / Getty

The news of Prince William beating out the action heartthrob as the "sexiest bald man" upset some people that they took to social media to demand a recount.

One user wrote: "WE DEMAND A RECOUNT! Travolta. Willis. Straham. Vin Diesel. The Rock. Sir Pat Stew. Fishbourne. Sam Jackson. Terry Crews."

Another person quipped: "We're to believe that [William's] shirtless images are more googled than those of Jason, Shemar, The Rock & Vin?"

A third remarked: He is not even the sexiest bald man named William."

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Prince Willam beat out Vin Diesel. Credit: Amy Sussman / Getty

Legendary Hollywood star Samuel L. Jackson came in fourth place and landed a golden ratio score of 73%. With his majestic voice, the veteran actor also achieves a 7.36 for vocal attractiveness, earning him an overall score of 7.31/10.

Businessman Jeff Bezos (yes I'm surprised too) came fifth, with his tremendous net worth of $168 billion pumping up his score. It seems like the Amazon founder had a lot of public interest as many curious users typed in "shirtless" and "naked" pictures of him. Why? I don't know.

In sixth place was ex-basketball player, Michael Jordan, who is officially the most desirable bald sports star of 2023. The NBA icon has a height of 6 ft 5 and the highest net worth of sports stars on the list, at $2.6 billion.

In seventh place was wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson (6.9/10), eighth place was S.W.A.T star Shemar Moore (6.8/10), ninth was the basketball and business mogul Shaquille O'Neal (6.5/10), and lastly, in tenth place was none other than Terry Crews (6.3/10).

Do you guys think the list is rigged? Share your thoughts.

Featured image credit: Chris Jackson / Getty

Prince William beats Vin Diesel to be named the 'world's sexiest bald man'

vt-author-image

By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

Prince William has dethroned Vin Diesel to be crowned the world's sexiest bald man alive, according to a brand new study.

In the study carried out by marketing agency Reboot, the British royal, 41, knocked the 56-year-old Fast and Furious star off the top spot, with him now coming in second place while fellow Hollywood hunk Jason Statham is third.

If you're wondering how the 41-year-old got an impressive score of 9.88 and defeated the action heartthrobs, there was actually some scientific methodology behind the tongue-in-cheek study.

Firslty, the ranking checked internet searches to see how many people were looking for naughty pictures of smooth-headed celebrities, with the words "shirtless" or "naked" were taken into consideration.

Then, researchers looked at each star's height, net worth, and how closely their facial features align with the mathematical golden ratio - which supposedly shows the "ideal" proportions used in famous pieces of art.

In addition to this, they used another bizarre metric in their rankings - the "shine factor" - to determine the radiance of each contender's scalp.

wp-image-1263237374 size-full
Prince William was crowned the world's sexiest bald man alive. Credit: Max Mumby/Indigo / Getty

The news of Prince William beating out the action heartthrob as the "sexiest bald man" upset some people that they took to social media to demand a recount.

One user wrote: "WE DEMAND A RECOUNT! Travolta. Willis. Straham. Vin Diesel. The Rock. Sir Pat Stew. Fishbourne. Sam Jackson. Terry Crews."

Another person quipped: "We're to believe that [William's] shirtless images are more googled than those of Jason, Shemar, The Rock & Vin?"

A third remarked: He is not even the sexiest bald man named William."

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Prince Willam beat out Vin Diesel. Credit: Amy Sussman / Getty

Legendary Hollywood star Samuel L. Jackson came in fourth place and landed a golden ratio score of 73%. With his majestic voice, the veteran actor also achieves a 7.36 for vocal attractiveness, earning him an overall score of 7.31/10.

Businessman Jeff Bezos (yes I'm surprised too) came fifth, with his tremendous net worth of $168 billion pumping up his score. It seems like the Amazon founder had a lot of public interest as many curious users typed in "shirtless" and "naked" pictures of him. Why? I don't know.

In sixth place was ex-basketball player, Michael Jordan, who is officially the most desirable bald sports star of 2023. The NBA icon has a height of 6 ft 5 and the highest net worth of sports stars on the list, at $2.6 billion.

In seventh place was wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson (6.9/10), eighth place was S.W.A.T star Shemar Moore (6.8/10), ninth was the basketball and business mogul Shaquille O'Neal (6.5/10), and lastly, in tenth place was none other than Terry Crews (6.3/10).

Do you guys think the list is rigged? Share your thoughts.

Featured image credit: Chris Jackson / Getty