White Like Me
White Like Me
'Sexiest' in 1986: Mark Harmon monologue
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Mark Harmon donned just a towel for his 1987 monologue on "SNL," somewhat fitting attire after nabbing the coveted title of "Sexiest Man Alive" by People magazine in 1986 (the second man to ever win the award). Being "used" for his looks, he told the crowd, was a side effect he'd come to expect. Flash-forward to January, 2013 and Adam Levine -- who nabbed the title nine months later -- also went shirtless. But it took some more coaxing, specifically from Cameron Diaz. Watch more "sexiest" winners spoof themselves in these "SNL" clips.
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