He brings us the news from his comfy sofa every morning and he sang Walking In The Air!
Behold the colossus who straddled Mount Olympics: let’s not forget his lordship also has two gold medals of his own.
Switching from BBC to ITV hasn’t diminished his cheekiness one little bit. May he never grow up.
It seems that bumbling and power make for a winning combination. Though this probably wasn’t the vote he wanted to win most.
Fresh Meat’s Professor Shales won the heart of impressionable student Oregon until she realised how feeble he was. But feeble in a cute way. Tony’s a real, qualified doctor in real life, by the way.
Nicholas Simon Augustine Knowles (really) is exactly the bloke you want to be going out with when the shelves fall down. Good in a DIY crisis.
A great, big cuddly giant of a man, with a brain almost as big as his famously oversized head. Extremely funny as well as being very, very good at hard sums.
He’s equally at home playing Mr Stink as he is as the 7th Earl of Grantham, and we’ve loved him since he didn’t recognise Julia Roberts at the dinner party in Notting Hill.
It takes a man with great strength of character to stand up to Keith Lemon (on Celebrity Juice). Not that he does any more – he left.
Go on Simon, tell us how bad at singing we are. There’s something ever so slightly Fifty Shades about our love for Simon…
He’s French and he could cook us breakfast in bed. Sold.
Television’s mardiest travel presenter showed this year in Derek that he’s a great actor too. Cheer up, Karl!
“Everybody loves a bit of Jake,” Max told heat with a leer at the National TV Awards this year. Indeed they do.
The floppy fringe, the boyish demeanour – he’d be brilliant at cheering you up.
It took us a while to tell the difference between David and his Peep Show character, but it probably takes him a while too.
He literally wrote the book on puddings. That is all we need to know.
There’s just something about him that makes him look like he was in a Madchester band in the 90s. Even though he’s from Liverpool.
Even though the choirmaster is married with a baby daughter, people still think he’s gay. Maybe it’s a cunning ruse to appeal to women. Pretty odd if it was though.
They call him The Silverback: he’s the first master-baker gorilla with blue steel.
Do you fancy him? Or has he just made you think you do? Did you even really vote for him? We may never know.
Amazing to think someone so young was in the A-Team. What’s that? He sang The A Team? Oh well.
Just imagine the former Professor Snape lying beside you and murmuring in your ear. Terrifying? Then maybe he’s not for you.
Daytime quiz show Pointless has two hosts. They’re both on this list. What is it about obscure knowledge that does it for us all?
We could watch the Man Vs Food presenter eating massive platefuls of food all day. Matching him fork for fork.
He’s part-Cherokee, you know. Also, he sells diamonds. Diamonds.
Just think – he could whisk you off to Jupiter for Valentine’s Day. If he had a real Tardis, which he doesn’t, because he’s an actor.
Look closely at that face. Go on – peer in there. Now can you tell us with absolute confidence that he isn’t part lion?
Five places above his Pointless colleague Alexander Armstrong, the 6ft 7in trivia master (and former Weird Crush winner) is properly one of the wittiest men on telly.
He knows what eight out of ten cats think about everything, and that’s not a skill to be sniffed at. Also, used to share a flat with the Weird Crush winner…
Here he is! He’s been climbing the ranks of the Weird Crush for a few years now, and at last he’s finally peaked. There’s nowhere higher to go, Russell. You’ve made it.