HGTV's Hot Hunks Are Bringing Sexy Back

From muscular carpenters to guys who know their way around a kitchen, our hosts are skilled, sexy and ready to rescue you from any home improvement disaster.

Drew and Jonathan Scott

No, you aren't seeing double. Twins Drew and Jonathan look very similar but their skills set them apart. A licensed contractor, Jonathan, can turn any interior around while Drew is an ace at closing the deal.

Drew Scott

With a winning smile and fit, 6-foot-4 physique, it's no surprise that Drew was voted one of Entertainment Tonight's hottest Canadian TV bachelors in 2011 — but it's his top-notch negotiating skills and 15+ years of real estate experience that make this half of the Property Brothers a dream come true for home buyers.

Jonathan Scott

In a word, Jonathan is magical — literally. When this hunky handyman isn't rescuing first-time homebuyers from potential fixer-upper fail, he's mesmerizing audiences as a world-class illusionist. With over 20 years as a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, it's no wonder that Jonathan has cast a spell over HGTV's female fans.

Anthony Carrino

With a background in both web design and managing all aspects of home construction for his family's firm, Anthony is a believer in working hard to achieve your dreams. Hard work may have gotten this half of the Kitchen Cousins team a top-rated show but his muscular build and swarthy good looks easily earned him a spot on TV Guide's 2012 list of hottest handymen.

John Colaneri

Like his cousin, Anthony, John spent many years honing his construction and design skills working for the family business. With a keen passion for incorporating a home's history and repurposing rather than replacing, John is one design-savvy businessman who's as easy on the eyes as he is on his clients' bottom lines. To see how the cousins blend new with old, check out these amazing kitchen transformations.

Chip Wade

ME-OWWW! What's not to like about a super-buff cutie wearing a tool belt and a leading-man smile? But, there's more to Chip than meets the eye, he's also a husband, dad, spokesperson for several national brands and lead designer of his own Atlanta-based construction firm. Check out HGTV Magazine's Q&A with Chip.

HGTV Star Host David Bromstad

David Bromstad

Always colorful, David's boyish good looks, bubbly personality and playful approach to design make him one of our favorite Design Stars. See how David keeps it casual (and sexy!) at home.

Scott McGillivray

Scott's boy-next-door good looks, dimpled smile and all-around handy skills make him a catch in anyone's book. But it's his ability to turn a moldy, dark basement into a chic, money-making income property that really sets him apart.

Matt Muenster

As a licensed contractor, Matt can do it all: framing, plumbing, electrical, you name it. Pair his how-to know-how with his degree in interior design for spaces that, like Matt, are the total package. Learn more about Matt at our sister site, DIYNetwork.com.

Brian Patrick Flynn

Head and shoulders above most designers (literally, he's 6-foot-5), Brian's sleek designs have earned him a devoted design-savvy following. Hip, on-trend and, in a word: sexy, his colorful interiors have been featured in countless shelter magazines, Brian's own design blog Decor Demon, HGTVRemodels.com and HGTV.com where Brian is not only a frequent contributor, he also produces original videos for special projects such as Holiday House and Fast Fixes.

Ahmed Hassan

A nature lover and outdoorsman from an early age, Ahmed made a career of transforming neglected outdoor spaces into lush gardens — creating a trim physique that along with his wit and easy smile has earned him a devoted female following.

Jamie Durie

A genuine Aussie accent + a dancer's body + the ability to turn a neglected backyard into an inviting outdoor room = one hot host who's won the hearts of TV viewers in the US and abroad. Not one to rely on his rugged good looks, Jamie is an award-winning landscape designer, author of nine best-selling books and creates his own line of eco-conscious outdoor lighting and furniture.

Carter Oosterhouse

Tall, dark and handsome, it will come as no surprise that People magazine featured Carter in their 2003 \"Sexiest Man Alive\" issue. At 6'2\", it's also no surprise that Carter's smoldering good looks have landed him modeling gigs for Nautica, Nivea, Gillette, Lincoln and Bud Light.

Carter Oosterhouse (Again!)

Okay, yeah, this is another pic of Carter but he's just that cute! Cool your jets, ladies — he's officially off the market. Carter married actress Amy Smart in September of 2011.

John Gidding

John stepped into the limelight as a runway model for menswear brands Armani and Gucci. Not just another pretty face, he holds degrees from both Yale and Harvard. His renown as an architect and interior designer has led to high-profile jobs for the city of New York and the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.

Dan Faires

Passionate about repurposing salvaged materials from demolished NYC structures into modern furnishings, Dan makes eco-consciousness look good. Don't believe me? Watch videos of Dan in action.

Josh Temple

Don't let the tool belt fool you — Josh is much more than just a handy guy for hire. He's also a scholar — he graduated from UC, Santa Barbara with a History degree — world traveler and adrenaline junkie. Josh can cross skydiving in Australia and river rafting in Africa off his bucket list. A husband and dad, Josh brings his skills as a licensed contractor to indoor and outdoor projects big and small on the shows House Crashers and DIY Network's Disaster House.

Chris Lambton

As a runner-up on ABC's The Bachelorette, Chris is no stranger to working hard to impress the ladies. The dramatic backyard transformations he pulls off on his show Going Yard prove he certainly knows his stuff.

Matt Blashaw

Matt Blashaw

With an engineer and home builder as his father, Matt can thank his dad for his can-do know-how. He spent his teen years honing his handyman skills while helping with the family business then was bitten by the acting bug and earned a BFA in film and TV production from Chapman University. Currently, Matt combines both his passions: home remodeling and acting on HGTV's Professional Grade and Yard Crashers.

Todd Davis

Todd didn't let coming in second on Season 2 of Design Star hold him back. He put his degree in landscape architecture to good use starting his own San Francisco-based design firm that specializes in both indoor and outdoor spaces that feature the 6'4\" adrenaline junkie's no-holds-barred design style.

Vern Yip Bio

Vern Yip

World traveler, architect, designer, entrepreneur, celebrity and dad — Vern has made a career of wearing many different hats while always looking cool, calm and totally pulled-together.

Antonio Ballatore

Who can resist a guy who loves his dog this much? But the Season 4 Design Star champ doesn't save all his passion for his English bulldog, Chewie. He's also an aspiring rock star, a photographer and a renowned set designer who's collaborated with high-profile artists such as Annie Leibovitz.

Mike Holmes

In a word, Mike is intimidating. Steely eyes, a determined stare and brawny build combine to create one dude you do not mess with. Which is exactly what every homeowner-in-distress needs from the knight-in-inky-coveralls riding in to rescue them from a shoddy or dangerous home improvement project. With a motto of, \"Make It Right,\" Mike has built his career exposing contractors and building practices that don't live up his high standards.

Eric Stromer

Being named as one of People magazine's sexiest men alive hasn't gone to this father of three's head. He's too busy. When he's not in front of the camera rescuing homeowners from DIY projects gone wrong, he's working as a writer. Eric's first book, Do-It-Yourself Family demystifies basic home improvement chores, providing projects you can safely accomplish with a little help from the kids.

Steve Watson

Steve learned the construction trade while pursuing a career as an actor and comedian (Who doesn't love a guy that can make you laugh?). Between acting and stand-up gigs, he ran his own residential remodeling business honing the skills that would later lead to his career as a home-improvement host.

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