November 20, 2013 12:31 pm
Updated: November 21, 2013 3:16 pm

Canada’s ‘Property Brothers’ among People’s Sexiest Men Alive

Drew and Jonathan Scott of 'Property Brothers.'


TORONTO — Canada’s Jonathan and Drew Scott made the cut in People magazine’s annual collection of the Sexiest Men Alive.

“Yep, ladies love HGTV stars (and identical twins) Jonthan and Drew,” said People.

The 35-year-old Scott siblings are best known for their series Property Brothers, which airs in Canada on the W Network and south of the border on HGTV.

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Born in Vancouver, they have backgrounds in theatre, improv and sketch comedy. The Scotts currently live in Las Vegas, where they run their eponymous production company.

“[They] help families flip fixer-uppers, though neither of them seems to need any fixing,” the magazine reported. “Both love spontaneous women who are up for new adventures and eating at delicious restaurants. Sign us up!”

The only other Canadians included in the special issue of People are B.C. natives Seth Rogen and Alexander Ludwig and Toronto’s Eric McCormack.

Jonathan, who was previously married, recently told “I believe in lust at first sight but don’t believe you can be in love with somebody until you’ve spent time to really learn who they are. I have absolutely met women who took my breath away and left me wondering if they could be a great match for me.  But until we have taken the time to connect … it’s not love.”

Drew, who has a girlfriend, told the website: “It sounds cliché but communication is the number one way to keep a relationship solid. You can’t just assume that everything is perfect—like anything you are passionate about, ask questions, express your own feelings, and take a genuine interest in making the relationship the best it can be. That and lots of ice cream make a happy relationship.”

The Scott brothers are in good company. Justin Timberlake, Chris Pine and David Beckham are just some of the other men who made the list.

People named musician Adam Levine as its Sexiest Man Alive.

The special issue of People goes on sale in most Canadian cities on Thursday.

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