Beckham is ''Sexiest Man Alive'' - 2015

Beckham is ''Sexiest Man Alive'' - 2015
Every year the American People Magazine chose the sexiest man in the world - a long tradition. Both Mel Gibson, Richard Geere and Nick Nolte are earlier winners, and this year they were joined by David Beckham.
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid player took home the victory, could talk show host Jimmy Kimmel reveal during his show on Tuesday night. Beckham may therefore be called the Sexiest Man Alive - 2015.

The father of four thanked nicely for the prize when Kimmel conducted the victory interview, and suggested that he was not as photogenic as most people seem to believe.

- I must obviously thank my parents who got me into this world. In addition I want to thank my hairdresser, my stylist and Photoshop, said Beckham to Kimmel and the American television viewers.

In an interview with People Magazine Beckham told that he has never seen himself as a sexy person, despite the fact that he can now call himself so.

- I like to put on nice clothes and stuff, but it's not like I think of myself as sexy, he says.

It is now two years since the man with the golden right foot left football, and Beckham has previously said that he now feels his oldest son Brooklyn Beckham is more popular than himself.

- It happens more often that someone asks: "Can I take a picture with you?", But then they do not speak to me, but to Brooklyn, he has previously said.

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