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Matthew McConaughey is declared `Bachelor of the Year'

Matthew McConaughey is People magazine's "bachelor of the year."

"I love warm weather and summertime," the 37-year-old actor says in the magazine's "Hottest Bachelors" issue, on newsstands Friday. "What better way to enjoy it than at the beach, where few people wear shirts?"

When asked how he maintains his muscular build, McConaughey says: "I don't really have a workout regimen I follow. I just live my life. My goal is to break a sweat each day."

McConaughey, whose screen credits include "We Are Marshall," "Failure to Launch" and "Sahara," has high standards when it comes to the ladies.

"What I look for in a woman is what I love to call the `two Hs' - hotness and humor," he says. "But to be honest, a woman with a good sense of humor is always hot."

The magazine also names "sexy and sizzling" bachelors such as Adrian Grenier, Zach Braff, Justin Timberlake, Ryan Reynolds, and Ludacris.

David Spade, who starred on the "Just Shoot Me!" television series, also makes the cut.

"Luckily we live in a world where women can overlook the physical and focus on things more important, like having a good personality ... or being on a TV show," the 42-year-old actor-comedian says.

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