Blake Shelton Named as People's Sexiest Man Alive for 2017

Blake Shelton issued an apology after the tweets came back to haunt him

Blake Shelton issued an apology after the tweets came back to haunt him

He's not going to go home to his girlfriend, ageless Gwen Stefani who signed a deal of eternal life with the devil, and say "honey, look at what this reporter from New Zealand who winter has not been kind to thinks about me". I thought she was Amanda Seyfried, ' read another.

'Sooo.I just figured out a great excuse for my sick fantasy about Dakota Fanning. Sexy! I've been ugly my whole life, if I can be sexy for a year, I'm taking it.

The 41-year-old singer, who is virtually unknown outside the United States, was announced as the victor of the dubious title, which was coined in 1985 in an article about Australian actor Mel Gibson.

The country singer earned the prestigious annual title as announced during Tuesday night's (11/14) episode of NBC's The Voice.

"I can't wait to shove this up Adam's ass", Shelton reveals in his People cover story.

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"As proud as I am and honored that you guys asked me, that's really the only thing I care about", he said. 'If I can be sexy for a year, I'm taking it!'

"I don't want to live in a country where Blake Shelton is considered sexiest anything", one Twitter user complained.

In another, Shelton wrote: 'Wish the d******d in the next room would either shit up or learn some English so I would atleast [sic] know what he's planning to bomb!' He recently added his sixth top record to the list with the release of Texoma Shore.

The victor is decided by the magazine's team of editors, with previous honourees including Patrick Swayze, Harrison Ford, Brad Pitt and last year's victor, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

The singer also wanted to throw the title at fellow "Voice" coach Adam Levine, who was named People's "Sexiest Man Alive" in 2013.

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