Michael B Jordan Labeled As The ‘Sexiest Man Alive’ By People Magazine


The announcement was made official via Jimmy Kimmel Live! which coincided with the cover's grand unveiling on social media.

While he's still searching for the ideal match, the star insisted he sees himself as a family man in the future, sharing: "Having people who are married around me, a running theme is 'You know when you know'".

Jordan is best known for his critically praised performances in the films Fruitvale Station, Creed and Black Panther.

Even so, the Just Mercy star said it was "a cool title" and one he wasn't expecting ... for some reason.

The famous PEOPLE magazine launched the voting to choose the most attractive man in the world in different categories, among the names of the celebrities that remained the most was that of Jungkook from BTS, Dan Levy, Noah Centineo, Harry Styles and Shawn Mendes.

The announcement was made on the talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and Jordan follows singer John Legend and British actor Idris Elba, who were named "sexiest man alive" past year and 2018 respectively.

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Hit superhero movie Black Panther (2018) actor Michael B. Jordan was named People magazine's "sexiest man alive" on Tuesday, the third black actor in a row to be so feted. "You know, everybody always made that joke, like, 'Mike, this is the one thing you're probably not going to get.' But it's a good club to be a part of".

The actor has advocated for inclusion, diversity and the hiring of Black talent in Hollywood through his production company, Outlier Society, applying inclusion riders to all projects.

"I think the expectation now is a little unreasonable", said Jordan. We can all take action.

"Without that, a lot of things about me just wouldn't be the same".

In 10 years, Jordan hopes to direct and produce more than taking on acting roles.