DAVID Beckham was replaced by a body double for part of a new ad yesterday - and some onlookers reckoned the stand-in was hunkier
than the real thing.
Fish-finger giants Birds Eye Walls replaced children's favourite seafarer with a younger, hunkier
PIERCE Brosnan has been using PADDING to make himself look hunkier
in the new 007 movie.
The white-whiskered Captain was replaced in 1997 by a younger, hunkier
sailor, played by actor Thomas Pescod.
Director Joel Schumacher assured him the camera angles and clever lighting would make him look even hunkier
And they claim they're ready to tackle a gay fanbase now that they're older and hunkier
Jon Peyton Price was replaced by hunkier
James Alexandrou as Martin Fowler in 1996.
They were much bigger and hunkier
than me so I knew they were serious rivals and I'd have my work cut out trying to win her over.
Her heart may still belong to Steve, but Danny - who, let's face it, is rather hunkier
than her ex-husband - asks her out on a date.
Anyway, along the interstate, Clive and Gypsy encounter some dream- dashing types: a karaoke hostess (Karen Black) whose stab at lounge singing glory never really cut; a hunky runaway Amish fellow (Anson Scoville) looking for very non-Amish excitement; and a hunkier
frat boy (``Road Trip's'' Paulo Costanzo) with closet urges.
Twilight bosses have told the 23-year-old they want a hunkier
undead heartthrob so he's on a protein-rich diet of whole chickens from, er, Nando's.
Some might say he's far hunkier
and more fanciable than his popular serious thesp big brother Ralph - although he seemed destined for a similarly successful film career when he starred in the likes of big box-office hits Shakespeare in Love, Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence, and Enemy at the Gates.
She says: "He's much hunkier
in the flesh than on TV, he's toned, muscular and tall, and quite good looking.
This action-packed adventure is based on a graphic novel and allows Bruce Willis to not only play a withdrawn detective but also his own hunkier
In the show's set-up, Michael was a frumpy guy (played by John Goodman) killed by a speeding subway train at the beginning of the season only to reawaken with his brain in the body of a much younger and hunkier