(femalefirst.co.uk) - David Beckham has been named the number one "man's man".
The soccer star topped website AskMen.com's Top 49 Men of 2007 list, which saw over one million internet users vote for the most masculine male star.
David - who moved to the US this summer after signing a reported $250 million contract with soccer team Los Angeles Galaxy - was praised for his many manly attributes, with the website stating: "Between his tremendous talent, English charm, stylish wardrobe, and slick haircuts, Becks is single-handedly making soccer relevant Stateside."
'Bourne Ultimatum' star Matt Damon came second, hip-hop producer Timbaland was named third, while pop heartthrob Justin Timberlake rounded off the top five.
Last year's winner George Clooney only just made it into the top 10, slipping seven spots into eighth place.
Cinema's ultimate "man's man" James Bond also made an appearance in the guise of actor Daniel Craig who came sixth.
David wasn't the only sports star to make the list. Tennis powerhouse Roger Federer was fourth, while Formula 1 sensation Lewis Hamilton, 22, finished in ninth position.
The top 49 men were selected from a shortlist of 100 "ambassadors of male-kind" also nominated by AskMen.com readers.
James Bassil, the website's editor-in-chief, said: "The Top 49 list is unique among celebrity rankings in that it is created by our AskMen.com readers, rather than a stable of editors. This allows us to get a true sense of today's most respected male role models across industries such as entertainment, sports and technology."
AskMen.com's Top 49 Men of 2007 - top 10:
1) David Beckham
2) Matt Damon
4) Roger Federer
5) Justin Timberlake
6) Daniel Craig
7) Steve Jobs
8) George Clooney
9) Lewis Hamilton
10) Christian Bale