Jon Huntsman featured on AARP’s “Men on Fire” Sexiest Men Over 50 List

For some people, getting their first request to subscribe to AARP brings about a horrible realization that they’re getting old! But AARP’s magazine is trying to bring the sexy back to aging in their upcoming issue with a “Men on Fire” list of 21 hotties over the age of 50.

The “21 Sexiest Men Over 50″ list is featured in the June/July issue of  AARP’s The Magazine, which hit doorsteps today, and online at The Magazine’s website.

“Our readers understand that sex appeal is ageless, so we thought a feature on the sexiest men over 50 would be a great way to kick off summer, ” said Nancy Perry Graham, the editor of AARP’s magazine in a press release.

Of note on the list is former Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman. Huntsman, a former Governor of Utah and ambassador to China, dropped out of the 2012 presidential race in January, a week before the South Carolina primary.

 

Other good-looking seniors on the list include: NBC Nightly News’ Brian Williams, environmentalist Robert F. Kennedy, actors George Clooney Antonio Banderas, Colin Firth and Liam Neeson and rocker Jon Bon Jovi. Actor Denzel Washington is reps the group on the cover of The Magazine.

 

 

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