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Thursday June 12, 2014 MYT 2:05:00 PM
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by greg gilman
Sandra Bullock is hot, apparently. -- AFP
The actress has been bestowed with the prize at Spike TV’s Guys’ Choice awards.
Sandra Bullock has amassed a long list of leading men in her life since launching her showbiz career over 26 years ago, and three of them showed up at Spike TV’s Guys’ Choice awards to present the Oscar winner with the prestigious prize for a “Decade Af Hotness”.
Hugh Grant, who co-starred with Bullock in the 2002 rom-com Two Weeks Notice, kicked off the presentation before handing the microphone over to her Speed and Lake House co-star Keanu Reeves.
“You are one of a kind, and you are most definitely, definitely hot,” Reeves said.
Spike’s “Guy Of The Year” Matthew McConaughey, who co-starred with Bullock in the 1996 courtroom drama A Time To Kill, was the last to take the stage and looked back fondly on years of trying to kiss her “successfully and unsuccessfully”.
“I’ve been directed by you in a short film, and also to the exit door of many bars,” McConaughey said. “So Sandy, here is to your decade of hotness. I’m glad to say I knew you the decade before.” — Reuters
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