Clint Randell, 34, The Edge, Auckland
Well, how would you feel being in the same arena as the chiselled jawline of Jeremy Wells and the Blue Steel glare of Mike McRoberts?! Yeah, you'd be bloody stoked.
That was a fake hotness. Fake tan, fake wigs and even fake drawn-on abs most nights. Lol!
It feels like when I play football with my kids ... unfair.
Depends, if Dom's huge nips aren't photoshopped, I might have him.
I don't even think they know to be honest. Maybe Mum does because she must've nominated me in the first place, right?
Well DWTS was helping me out massively, but now that's over, I'm back playing footy every weekend and I try to get to the gym after work three or four times a week.
Spray tans and no more hot chips.
Everyone except Paddy Gower (we've got a little DWTS beef that I'm looking forward to settling here :)
Dom Harvey, 46, The Edge, Auckland
It feels great, especially when I think about all the potentials that didn't make it – Mark Richardson, Jack Tame, Jesse Mulligan. Maybe skinny guys in their 40s with off-white teeth, large noses and hair growing from their ears is the new sexy?
He looks like the cover of a Nicholas Sparks book. I'm not sure who nominated me, but it was very charitable of them.
Probably my smooth chest. I don't groom it; I just have no body hair – apart from a mole on my chest that always seems to sprout one random hair from it.
I'm about 70 years younger than Gary and I have a tiny Adam's apple compared to Rog.
Whenever anyone tells me how hot Randell is (and this is something I get a lot – from listeners, relatives, friends, everyone), I'll be able to remind them that I am slightly more handsome than him.
Adam Green, 37, The Hits, Hawke’s Bay
It's pretty exciting to be recognised on a nationwide scale as a media hunk! Not exactly a title I wake up in the morning and consider myself.
Considering he's on the same station and a nationwide talking point at the moment due to his time and trickery on Celebrity Treasure Island, Sam Wallace. And you can't discount Jeremy Wells – he's a handsome man!
I'm unsure if there would be any significant increase in tourist numbers, but it would give me a platform to showcase our beautiful region.
At the end of a work trip to the States many years ago, I took a spur-of-the-moment trip to Mexico to eat a cheap lobster dinner and party with the locals in Ensenada. The tequila list was 50 different types and they dropped thousands of balloons from the roof at midnight.
I can clench my buttock cheeks individually
Astley Nathan, 28, Flava, Auckland
I still get teased about losing to Gary, so I'm stoked I get another opportunity.
I believe the mullet had something to do with it – also my exquisite jawline.
It's concerning because the demographic for Woman's Day seems like they lean towards the silver foxes. I've got some greys coming through, so that might play in my favour.
Taking into consideration I am the more experienced hunk being in the finalists last year – me!
They are the main driving force for the campaign. They have and will be supporting me the whole way.
My left toenail and extra-long nipple hair.
I've got my school motto tattooed on my back – great school Dilworth, look it up!
Be careful … may fall in love.
Daz, 33, Flava, Auckland
Not surprised – they say a mullet makes a man 33% hunkier. So with my current haircut, I'm 133% hunk.
The plan was to join forces with Ast to take down Gary McCormick, but since he didn't make it this year, our two-pronged attack will be aimed at the new biggest dog in the yard –Mike McRoberts.
My nana is an avid Woman's Day reader and she was pretty proud to see my pretty face alongside the likes of Jerry Wells and Zaddy McRoberts.
Buttocks or mullet. I can't decide, but they're both lush.
People are always surprised when they find out I'm a cat person – a massive cat person. I have three fur babies and can't resist their feline charms.
Becoming a dad to the most beautiful little guy on the planet.
Paddy Gower, 42, Newshub, Auckland
I cried tears of joy. Actually, the truth is I was laughing so hard, I started weeping! But crying tears of joy sounds a bit better.
Someone with immense respect for my 20 years of journalism thought it would be a nice touch. Either that or someone thought it would be a great joke.
It won't help at all. I cannot think of one single thing in 10 years of politics that will help me here.
Mike is the "Mighty Totara" of news, I love and respect him. Just being on the same page as him is an honour.
I walk my dog, a miniature schnauzer called Rocket.
I don't like eating hot food inside the office. I also don't like eating in front of people.
Motto: "Yes I Can."
Song: "Working Class Man" by Jimmy Barnes.
I make my own kombucha.
My mum; she was a big reader of Woman's Day.
Mike McRoberts, 53, Newshub, Auckland
I feel very flattered and very surprised.
Haha! Yes some people have been very creative! The transition from serious newsreader to sex symbol has been very quick and I suspect it'll be over just as quickly.
I certainly like to keep fit and have done that over the years with endurance events and regular gym sessions. Dancing was a great way of keeping in shape and a lot more fun than pounding the pavement.
I wouldn't presume that I should, but it would be great to have the bragging rights over Paddy!
Each other. If we knew more about one another's cultures and beliefs, we'd be a long way down the track to solving many of the issues we face.
When I was younger, I had quite a bad stutter. If you said to me or anyone who knew me back then that I'd one day present the six o'clock news,
they would have fallen about laughing.
Being a dad to two wonderful humans, Ben and Maia.
Jeremy Wells, 42, Seven Sharp, Auckland
• "He's a bad boy made good and when he looks at me down the lens of a camera with his devastatingly sexy smile, my heart just melts."
• "He's got that slightly older mature look – natural good looks, but also a twinkle in his eye that you can't look past."
• "Exceptionally good looking, thoroughly lovely guy, voice like liquid chocolate and a wit you could cut steel with."
• "Well, first off that cheeky smile! He's always impeccably presented. He's soooo the whole package."
Vaughan Smith, ZM, 37, Auckland
• "Vaughan is incredible. He's handsome, funny, an amazing dad and a loving husband. He's got a soft side that he's not afraid to show – he loves his family so much and he's the funniest person on radio."
• "They say there is nothing sexier than a man who can make you laugh. Not only is he busy entertaining the nation and making them laugh every morning on ZM and Have You Been Paying Attention?, he is also an amazing husband and father who would do anything for his beautiful family."
• "Vaughan has made a huge difference across the country from 6am till 10am every morning with his hilarious antics, stories and jokes. He makes everyone smile and has a huge heart, which if you follow him on social media, you'll see him instil those beautiful qualities in his daughters. Yes, looks are great, but it's more what's on the inside that counts and how you treat people. He totally deserves to win."
Sam Wallace, 38, The Hits, Auckland
• "He has the cutest smile. I'd love to give him a big hug and pinch those gorgeous cheeks of his. He looks like a cute little naughty school boy. I love you!"
• "He's great-looking and has an amazing personality."
• "He's really sexy with his massive smile and his humour."