In books and movies, we are pretty used to characters having catchphrases. In real life — not so much. But being as charismatic as he is, Matthew McConaughey can do many things that us common folk can’t.
Other than being famous for his “Alright, alright, alright” catchphrase, he is also known for his superior acting skills and general hotness.
Buckingham bad boy Prince Harry has been known for causing several stirs in his promiscuous 20s. It turns out that good looks can sometimes be a magnet for troubles as much as a magnet for beautiful girls.
Harry’s 30s are a lot more settled down. He married actress Meghan Markle, had two babies, and now his flaming red hair is the only wild thing about him.
If you removed each of Richard Gere’s roles in the ‘80s and ‘90s we would have very little cinema left on our hands. Gorgeous Gere was every bit of the handsome man in the lead of many major films.
His portrayal of Edward Lewis, the rich, sensitive, tormented millionaire with a heart of gold in Pretty Woman made every viewer believe in true love.
From his days as Dr. Doug Rooss in the TV show ER to his later roles in film, Clooney has always been cast as characters with major cool factor.
This piece of eye candy used to be notorious for not settling down despite him having an impressive record of romantic partners. That all changed in 2014 when Clooney married human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin.
If the song “Livin’ La Vida Loca” comes up and the people around you don’t get up to dance, you might want to reconsider being around them.
Ricky Martin doesn’t only know how to make dance hits, he knows how to dance, how to sing, and how to make his many fans scream for the best reasons.