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Johnny Depp Named "Sexiest Man Alive" for 2nd Time

Get lost, Hugh Jackman . This year's "Sexiest Man Alive" is once again Johnny Depp.

Depp nudged aside Jackman to get the coveted endorsement from People magazine Wednesday. It's the 46-year-old actor's second time as "Sexiest Man Alive." He also won in 2003.

Kate Coyne, senior editor at People, said on CBS' "Early Show" that Depp has achieved an almost "iconic status in terms of sexiness."

Says Coyne: "Johnny Depp was someone who was sexy 10 years ago. He'll be sexy 10 years from now. He's someone who appeals to multiple generations of women."

Depp joins other double winners Brad Pitt , George Clooney and Richard Gere, The Associated Press reports.

Last year's winner was "Wolverine" actor and Aussie, Hugh Jackman. This year's "Sexiest Man Alive" has had female fans swooning since his days on television’s "21 Jump Street" and his fan base continues to grow.

Johnny Depp is starring in the highly anticipated role of Mad Hatter in Tim Burton’s soon-to-be-released "Alice in Wonderland," CMR informs.

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