Adam Lambert, Sam Smith, Michael Sam, Jussie Smollett, Clay Aiken: Out's Most Eligible Bachelors

Tue. February 9, 2016 8:34 PM by

Singers Adam Lambert, Clay Aiken and Sam Smith, football player Michael Smith and actor Jussie Smollett lead gay glossy Out's annual survey to find the planet's most dateable gay man.

Out is asking readers to vote on their favorites and will announce the winners next month.

Men nominated range from fashion icons to politicians to singers, including last year's winner, Adam Lambert.

Nominees looking to unseat Lambert include YouTuber Aaron Rhodes, actor/singer Jonathan Groff, figure skater Adam Rippon, actor Adrian Anchondo, TV personality Billy Eichner, singer Alejandro Ghersi, YouTuber Tyler Oakley, actor/singer Alex Newell, director Andrew Haigh, model Nyle Dimarco, TV personality Andy Cohen, actor Anthony Wayne, singer Aubrey Allicock, YouTuber Austin Rhodes, actor Andrew Scott, fashion designer Alexander Wang, actor/singer Billy Porter, football player Brad Thorson, actor Charlie Carver, CEO Chris Salgardo, author Christopher Stoddard, designer Cliff Fong, SVP Joe Valentino, TV personality Frankie Grande, actor Cole Doman, actor Colman Domingo, activist Deray Mckesson, actor Drew Droege, singer Eli Lieb, model Eric Rutherford, blogger Frank Lowe, baseball player David Denson, singer Frank Ocean, actor/writer Gabe Liedman, director Gregg Araki, comedian Jeffery Self, YouTuber Joey Graceffa, designer John Targon, figure skater Johnny Weir, actor Jonny Beauchamp, entrepreneur Lorenzo Martone, YouTuber Kyle Krieger, model Jon Kortajarena, rugby player Keegan Hirst, powerlifter Kinnon Mackinnon, YouTuber Korey Kuhl, model Laith Ashley de la Cruz, singer Le1f, singer Ricky Martin, designer Marc Jacobs, politician Mark Takano, author Marlon James, football player Mason Darrow, wrestler Matt Cage, actor/singer Matt Doyle, actor Matt Mckelligon, actor Matthew Risch, social media star Max Emerson, singer Michael Angelakos, actor Michael J. Willett, singer Mike Hadreas, actor Murray Bartlett, singer Neil Ahmin Smith, fashion icon Nick Wooster, singer Olly Alexander, actor Omar Sharif, Jr., activist Rory O'Neill, actor Paul Locano, TV writer Peter Nowalk, YouTuber Raymond Braun, CEO Tim Cook, actor Reid Ewing, designer Riccardo Tisci, director Xavier Dolan, illustrator Richard Haines, singer Rod Thomas, author Sam Lansky, designer Scott Studenberg, dancer Ryan Steele, squash player Sean Conroy, singer Shamir, YouTuber Shane Dawson, bodybuilder Shawn Stinson, designer Shayne Oliver, singer Zebra Katz, rugby player Simon Dunn, singer Steve Grand, reality star Tamal Ray, actor Tarell Alvin Mccraney, fashion icon Tim Gunn, actor Tituss Burgess, choreographer Trajal Harrell, singer Tyler Glenn, and actor Wilson Cruz.

Vote for your favorites at Out.

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