After an intense month-long battle, we finally have a winner for the 2012 Model Behavior Showdown. In the end, there was a clear winner. Leading up to it, however, the lead see-sawed back and forth between a quartet of contenders. Each male model’s respective voting camps really rallied behind their man. Sadly, only one can be crowned with the title.
Over 36,000 votes were cast, with the winner garnering a whopping third of the votes. Talk about die hard fans. With that in mind, only less than 200 votes separated the No. 2 to No. 4 ranked guys. Find out who takes over the crown from last year’s winner River Viiperi and the two runners-up below.
With his luscious curly long locks, I’m not surprised that Alex Libby landed in the top three. That said, the Brit just squeaked in by the slightest of margins- only 84 votes put him ahead of fourth place Joachim Milner.
Original Feature: Oct 23, 2012
Why I Chose Him: Once again, another guy with curly brown hair made my list. I definitely have a type.
How They Got To The Finals: Wildcard from Round 3 (5th place)
Coming in the runner-up slot aka first loser is sexy Tomas Skoloudik. He’s definitely come a long way since his porn days to being one of the industry’s top models. Now, he has second place honors in our little competition to add to his resume ;)
Original Feature: Sep 18, 2012
Why I Chose Him: Before becoming one of the world’s top fashion models, Tomas used to do porn. Plus his Armani underwear ads are scorching.
How They Got To The Finals: Placed 2nd in Round 3.
It was barely even a fight in the end. Devon Spence’s fans went on a voting blitz during the last two days of voting. This mixed-race stud is definitely a worthy winner. He just oozes sexuality and can pull off a variety of looks. Congrats.
Original Feature: Nov 7, 2012
Why I Chose Him: One part Swedish plus one part Filipino makes for the perfect Asian smörgåsbord.
How They Got To The Finals: Placed 1st in Round 3.
The most surprising thing about the finals was how little Sean O’Pry and Max Emerson- the winners from Round 1 & 2 respectively, factored in the voting. Both garnered less votes than their original round and barely made a blip when all was said and done. Check out the final results below.
2012 Model Behavior The FINALS: Who Are The Hottest?
Total Voters: 36,578