When we consider the amount of talent spilling out of pop culture these days, from films to music and sports, we're almost spoiled for choice. There's only a finite amount of space on our bedroom walls to hang posters of these local and international stars, so the decision isn't easy.
Some of us are drawn to looks over personality, being suckers for tight t-shirts, big biceps, and a cute smile. On the other hand, plenty of us value a sense of humour above anything else, and character always comes first. But it's not just a simple looks vs. personality debate, because we also have to consider age, background, social status, whether they're a cat or a dog person, and so much more!
Without further ado, let's dive straight in! Let us know which star you'd love and which one you'd leave, and we'll guess your type!
Thanks to his involvement in the infamous boyband One Direction, Harry Styles transitioned from a nobody into a worldwide superstar in a matter of months. Since the band disbanded, he's gone on to produce his own music, with songs such as Sign of the Times becoming wildly popular on the charts.
As the older brother to Liam, it's fair to say that there's plenty of talent running around the Hemsworth household. Chris's role as Thor in the MCU has him dubbed the 'Thunder from Down Under', and if that's not enough to choose to love him, then nothing else will sway you.
While Justin Timberlake is most known for his popular music, he's also made a handful of appearances on the big screen over the years, in Friends with Benefits and The Social Network. If we choose to love JT, do we get the bonus experience of a private serenading session before bed?
Unfortunately for Rupert Grint's acting journey, he'll never truly be able to move past his association with Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter franchise. That doesn't mean that he's not loveable, though, as plenty of us have watched his films on repeat over the years. Perhaps the foreign accent will push him into the "love" category?
A dinner party sitting next to this man is guaranteed to be a night full of laughs. For those who value humour above all else, it should be a pretty simple choice to "love" this The Office star. However, if his role as Michael Scott is anything to go by, he might just be too awkward to handle.
We know what we get with Ben Affleck: he's physically fit and is exceptionally talented on the big screen. Although, for those who prefer someone a little more cutting edge and quirky, it might be better to leave this Hollywood hunk. How do we feel about the Gone Girl star?
We're skipping over to rainy old England for this man, who is an icon of the nation thanks to his longstanding football (soccer) journey. He's also a notable fashion model and is married to Victoria Beckham AKA Posh Spice. Plenty of us would drool over this man, but is he a bit too passé?
With a starring role in the world's most popular current TV series, Game of Thrones, Kit Karrington AKA Jon Snow, is one of the most recognisable faces on the planet. Bonus points thanks to his foreign accent as well. His curly locks and scruffy appearance, however, might not be for everyone.
It's hard not to love Brad Pitt. He's given us so much over the years in terms of exceptional performances, including Fight Club, Django Unchained, Inglorious Basterds, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and so many more. For a long time he's been one of the faces of Hollywood, but his age might cause a few people to back away.
If anyone has ever fantasised about getting hitched with a hunky caveman, then Jason Momoa is probably the closest thing we'll ever find to that. The Aquaman star recently cut off his trademark long hair and is looking a little more clean-cut, but that doesn't mean that his muscles are any smaller.
When we think about types of men, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson falls firmly into the athletic category. Let's be honest though, even that's an understatement, considering that this wrestler-turned-actor is built like a steam train. After his time in the WWE, he's gone on to star in plenty of Hollywood blockbusters.
For any rum-drinkers out there, perhaps the fact that Depp plays Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Carribean series might influence this choice. The Hollywood actor has experience on his side, impressing in a variety of roles over the years in the film industry. So, love him or leave him?
It's going to be hard to turn down the loveable Captain America himself, but hey, everyone has their preferences and we're totally accepting of that. Due to the MCU's domination of the movie industry in recent years, Chris Evans is one of the more well-known actors at the moment. But fame isn't everything...
Our response to funnyman Ryan Reynolds will largely depend on our sense of humour. His dry, sarcastic way of comedy certainly isn't for everyone, but there are plenty of people who love his work and performances in Deadpool, The Proposal, Green Lantern, and Pokemon Detective Pikachu. So, love Ryan or leave him?
Boasting perhaps the most captivating blue eyes in all of Hollywood, Bradley Cooper resurfaced with his impressive performance in the 2018 film, A Star is Born, alongside Lady Gaga. Over the years he's also performed in The Hangover and Guardians of the Galaxy (as Rocket). How do we feel about this Hollywood hunk?
As the lead singer of Maroon 5, Adam Levine is no stranger to the spotlight. He's delivered plenty of chart-topping hits over the years, including She Will Be Loved, Payphone, and Sugar. For anyone who saw this year's Super Bowl, perhaps the shirtless performance might have swayed you in one direction or the other.
Not only does Jared Leto boast an impressive filmography, but he's actually a man of many other talents. As the lead singer of Thirty Seconds to Mars, Leto is no stranger to the world of music to compliment his acting resume. How do we feel about this famous, multi-talented man?
Hailing from Down Under, near Melbourne, Australia, Liam Hemsworth has been quickly swept up by Miley Cyrus. However, that won't stop us from choosing to love this Hunger Games star if we want to. For anyone with an obsession for a foreign accent, look no further than Liam Hemsworth. (He's the better Hemsworth anyway, right?)
Plenty of diehard Twilight and Harry Potter fans would "love" this man without a second thought after seeing him as both Edward Cullen and Cedric Diggory on the big screen. Of course, Robert Pattinson has plenty to be proud about outside of those two major film roles. What's the verdict on Rob?
Alongside those of One Direction, posters of Justin Bieber have likely been hung on the most teenage bedroom walls around the world compared to any other famous artist. He's gone through plenty of different stages of music, fashion, and attitude over his decade of fame before eventually settling into a marriage with Hailey Baldwin.
Drake hails from up north in Toronto, Canada, and he's mighty proud of where he grew up. The popular artist became well-known for his on-screen role in the drama series Degrassi: The Next Generation, before rocketing into superstardom with his music. Would we love this talented foreigner, or are there better options out there?
Matt Damon has been turning heads in Hollywood for a couple of decades now, thanks to starring roles in blockbuster films such as Interstellar, The Martian, Ocean's Eleven and the Bourne series. While he's got a few extra experience points than some others on the list, that isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Once a dropdead heartthrob with roles in Romeo & Juliet, Titanic, and Catch Me If You Can, Leonardo DiCaprio seems to have let himself go just a little bit over the years. Nevertheless, we can't deny that his talent is in the top echelon of the industry. How do we feel about Leo?
Liam Payne might not be the most successful of the ex-One Direction members, but that doesn't take anything away from his talent or his style. If we'd rather someone who isn't quite as famous, and if the paparazzi are a little too much to handle, then this singer might just be the perfect catch.
Aside from his role as Jacob Black in the Twilight series, the appetising Taylor Lautner has also appeared in Valentine's Day and Abduction. However, he hasn't gone on to be as popular as we would have thought. That doesn't mean we still wouldn't snatch him up though, right? Love him or leave him?
Tom Hardy isn't the conventional hero actor, no sir. He doesn't have the chiseled aesthetic or perfect ear-to-ear smile, and that's what we love about him. He's more relatable to the average person, which we can all appreciate. Let's just hope that Venom doesn't come as part of a package deal.
Hailing from our neighbors across the pond in England, Idris Elba generates a respectable amount of interest for his work. He starred in the cult TV show The Wire a number of years ago and has also appeared in feature films such as Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. How do we feel about this Hollywood man?
Joe Jonas first entered the world of fame and fortune as part of The Jonas Brothers, of course, alongside his brothers Kevin and Nick. These days, however, he's been pursuing a solo direction. If the opportunity arose, would we love Joe, or would we prefer to leave him in our dust?
Ryan Gosling has been one of the poster boys of Hollywood for a few years now. Thanks to his roles in films like The Notebook and Crazy, Stupid, Love., Gosling catapulted himself from the screen to the bedroom walls of many young fans. He showcases class and style like few others in the industry, so would we love him or run?
For plenty of fans out there, it doesn't get much better than Zac Efron. He can sing, as we saw in High School Musical and The Greatest Showman, he can act, as we've seen in numerous titles over the years, and he's ripped as all hell. One look at him in Baywatch and it'll be hard to leave this man.
If we had to describe Channing Tatum with one word, it would be 'chiseled'. We've seen him on the big screen over the years in films like She's the Man, 21 Jump Street and Step Up. So, are we going to cuddle this Hollywood hunk, or is he not quite our type?
Tom Holland might be a relative newcomer to the world of fame and fortune, but that doesn't mean that he hasn't entered it with a mighty splash. The Spider-Man: Homecoming actor has a bright future ahead, without a doubt. Compared to most of the other men on this list, he's one of the youngest, which might be a good or a bad thing.
We've seen James Franco in a number of different on-screen projects over the years, including roles in Pineapple Express, Spider-Man, and more recently, The Disaster Artist. He's got a certain scruffy look about him that some might be drawn to, but others might shy away from. How do we feel about James?
Michael B. Jordan
Michael B. Jordan seems to be the perfect concoction of style, class, athleticism, and talent. And, of course, we can't talk about him without mentioning his incredible white smile. We've seen him on the big screen in roles in Black Panther and Fruitvale Station, among others. Would you love this man or would you turn away?
Next up we've got the delectable Cole Sprouse. This well-known fella is known as "Cody Martin on the Disney Channel series The Suite Life of Zack & Cody" (Wikipedia). Since then, he's also played roles in Riverdale and Five Feet Apart. Cole was born in Italy but was raised in Long Beach, California.