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HGTV hotness

March 16, 2008

It’s Sunday and I’m bored so why not check out some HGTV eye candy.  Did I miss anyone? (I’ll smack you if you say Vern Yip) Let me know your favorite.

1. All American looking Canadian carpenter Lorne Hogan from Divine Design
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2. Drool worthy Marc Bartolomeo from Save My Bath
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3. Rough around the edges but looks great in a t-shirt Steve Watson from Don’t Sweat It
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4. Tall, blond and handsome Eric Stromer from Over Your Head
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5. Tall, dark and handsome Carter Oosterhouse from Carter Can
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6. CUTE CUTE CUTE Steve Hanneman from Hammer Heads
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Now, if you will excuse me, I have a DIY project I need to finish.

29 Responses to “HGTV hotness”

  1. Jamie Says:

    Though he’s not much to look at in the still photos, I’ve always had a hankering for David Bromstad.

    Norm think’s I’m crazy.

  2. PatrickP Says:

    You’re not crazy, Jamie.

  3. Quakerjono Says:

    Okay, let’s see. Gimme an order of the #1 and the #3 and can I get a side of egg roll with that?

  4. John in IL Says:

    Meh on David Bromstad. There’s something about his face that doesn’t work for me. He does have a nice body (except for that awful tattoo) and I do like his show.

  5. PatrickP Says:

    But he’s got spunk! His personality sparkles. :-)

  6. Quakerjono Says:

    He also seems to have tiny little eyes.

  7. John in IL Says:

    Tiny sparkling eyes and spunk.

  8. PatrickP Says:

    I like things that are slightly off on guys. I hate the so called “perfect” faces. Ears, eyes, noses. You name it.

  9. gunn Says:

    I could swear that the second guy used to model naked.

  10. John in IL Says:

    He’s worked as a model. I linked his name if you want to see more.

  11. scottontop Says:

    I’m not going to say Vern Yip (ick) but his carpenter is missing from the pix above: Kyle Carlson of Deserving Design is my FAVE! Ex-abercrombie and Klein model. His Twin Brother Lane appeared on one episode. They are both scortchin’ hhhhhhot!!!

  12. i Says:

    CARTER!
    Yum!

  13. pkjhg Says:

    Lone Hogan is so hot and sexy…
    any more pics of him?


  14. Well I can just say that Marvelous Job. Thinking beyond my limits :)

  15. Candice Says:

    Yes Lorne Hogan gets my vote! sexy sexy sexy!!!

  16. cheyne Says:

    Lorne Hogan is really cute, but Eric Stromer has a permanent address on my hard drive and in my dreams. To me, he is the epitome of hotness. I would love to see a picture of him shirtless!

  17. Jason Says:

    You forgot Lynn Kegan from Designed to Sell.

  18. Thom Says:

    Yes, Lorne is cute, and so is Steve Hanneman. But what about David Bromstead’s carpenter, Ian McCart? Woof!

  19. semipsychotic Says:

    what about jeff devlin, from spice up my kitchen. lord hes hot

  20. JR Says:

    There’s a few from Designed to Sell that are missing and from Rate My Space. I agree that Bromstad and the Carlson twin are missing as well. However, excellent choice putting Lorne Hogan in the number one spot. He is the complete package of perfection in a guy’s guy. I’d marry the guy if I could. Great List. Thanks


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  22. bcooper Says:

    i think i’d like a hgtv hunk orgy…it would be more intense than decorating or remodeling!

  23. HGTV watchin loser Says:

    Uggg…David Bromstad! Check out his Dumbo cauliflower ears. I cant get past them. If you hadnt noticed them before…you will now : )

  24. Steve Says:

    Lorne Hogan!
    He gets my motor roaring. Of course I would say all of them rate highly, I’d throw it down for Lorne in a heartbeat. David Bromstad is cute. He should have his pic on here also.

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  29. glenn w Says:

    alright, this poll was about the hotness of the handy-men of these design shows, and yes i LOVE lorne and his fine self, stop the david bashing. not only is he a beautiful specimen of a man, he is kind compassionate and rather humorous. his eyes are beatiful, his ears are beautiful. and that body to die for. and mr vern yip may not be your cup of tea, but he is cute. and his deserving designs are fill with care and love. thats my say and david if youre reading this, take off your shirt more often. (hee hee)


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