Ricky Martin, Wentworth Miller, Adam Lambert, Frank Ocean: Out's Most Eligible Bachelors

Tue. January 14, 2014 10:09 AM by OnTopMag.com

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Singers Ricky Martin, Adam Lambert and Frank Ocean and actor Wentworth Miller lead gay glossy Out's annual survey to find the planet's most datable gay man.

To find the most eligible bachelor, Out asks readers to vote on their favorites and will announce the winners next month.

Nominations this year range from fashion icons to politicians, including fashion designer Marc Jacobs, actor Chris Colfer, fashion designer Olivier Rousteing, athlete Jason Collins, statistician and writer Nate Silver, fashion designer Alexander Wang, actor Paul Iacono, playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney, athlete Blake Skjellerup, TV producer and host Andy Cohen, musician Mika, actor Billy Porter, athlete Matthew Mitcham, musician Steve Grand, fashion designer Shayne Oliver, politician Brian Sims, TV host Ronan Farrow, musician Brontez Purnell, actor Luke Evans, actor Lee Pace, comic book artist Phil Jimenez, filmmaker John Krokidas, TV host Mo Rocca, filmmaker John Waters, dancer David Hallberg, filmmaker Tony Osso, musician Rostam Batmanglij, actor Jonathan Groff, athlete Amini Fonua, venture capitalist Peter Thiel, actor Michael J. Willett, model and writer Omar Sharif Jr., musician Kele Okereke, perfumer Carlos Huber, TV host Tim Gunn, athlete Anton Hysen, Kiehl President Chris Salgardo, event promoter Eliad Cohen, musician Le1f, musician Ivri Lider, musician LastO, athlete Gareth Thomas, writer Daniel Mendelsohn, publicist Dan Tanzilli, dancer and choreographer Yanis Marshall, writer Christopher Rice, blogger Petez Hilton, comedian Billy Eichner, actor Nathan Lee Graham, fashion designer Nicola Formichetti, politician Mark Takano, writer Richard Socarides, business leader Daniel Duty, Internet personality Davey Wavey, filmmaker Xavier Dolan, actor Ben Baur, sportscaster Jared Max, fashion designer Prabal Gurung, actor Blake McIver, museum director Jeremy Geffen, bicycle designer Lorenzo Martone, DNC treasurer Andy Tobias, pastry chef Yigit Pura, actor Gideon Glick, entrepreneur Pierre Rougier, Olympian Ji Wallace, musician Eli Lieb, GOP strategist and activist Ken Mehlman, shoe designer Alejandro Ingelmo, photographer Cedric Terrell, jewelry designer Aaron Changpo, athlete Kevin Grayson, actor Tuc Watkins, athlete Alan Gendreau, model Andrej Pejic, actor Alex Newell, personal trainer Gerard Burley, actor Bobby Steggert, musician Seth Bogart, actor Chris Salvatore, drag performer Jerick Hoffer (aka Jinkx Monsoon), director Adam Goldman, personal trainer Bob Harper, actor Jeffery Self, actor Hiro Tanaka, actor Darryl Stephens, actor Satya Bhabha, drag performer Sharon Needles, actor Scott Evans, politician Kelvin Atkinson, playwright Stephen Karam, actor Andrew Scott, comedian Simon Amstell, tennis coach Simon Thibodeau, musician Cazwell and realtor Tyler Garrison.

Vote for your favorites at Out.

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