George! Taylor! Jake! Which Hollywood Guy Was the Oscars' Hottest?

03/08/2010 at 06:00 PM ET

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The fashion spotlight may have focused on the ladies at the Academy Awards, but that doesn’t mean that Sandra Bullock, Penelope Cruz and Kristen Stewart were the night’s only scene-stealers. Hollywood’s leading men got suited up and ready to sizzle. But the question remains, which Hollywood hunk would you have wanted to stand beside as your Oscars date? Going the manly route, Best Actor nominee George Clooney balanced his elegant Giorgio Armani with longer hair and a little masculine scruff. Twilight‘s famously bare-chested star Taylor Lautner kept covered in a perfectly fitted Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo (and we didn’t hear anyone complaining). And Jake Gyllenhaal supported his Best-Actress-nominated sister Maggie in a custom-tailored Burberry tuxedo. So many hot guys, this is a tough decision!Tell us: Which Hollywood guy do you think rocked the Oscars?


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Delana on

I think the hottest guy award would have to go to Taylor Lautner. George Clooney is in need of a haircut and Jake Gyllenhaal is handsome, but he always looks out of it.

Anissa on

Of these 3 I think Jake wins (Clooney really needs a haircut), but I think the Hottest of the night should go to Colin Firth…yum!

Alexa on

TAYLORRRR!! ALLL THE WAY!! Gorgeous and hot and when he puts on the Smile of his!! Ughh stunning <3

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