Top 30 CLEO Most Eligible Bachelors Announced

Top 30 CLEO Most Eligible Bachelors Announced
CLEO editor-in-chief Lucy Cousins today announced the Top 30 finalists for CLEO Most Eligible Bachelors, 2014.
With the competition in its 27th year, Ms Cousins said the team received more than 500 entries from men across the country, making the task of choosing the Top 30 a challenging one.
“The CLEO team sifted through applications from lawyers, plumbers, models and miners to choose our Top 30,” said CLEO Editor-in-chief, Lucy Cousins.
“This year we were looking for ‘real guys’ as well as bachelors with a profile. And we asked our readers to nominate them! The response was overwhelming and the result is 30 amazing guys from around Australia who are charming, very handsome and definitely eligible! It’s our best selection of finalists ever!”
The finalists will campaign for votes to win the coveted CLEO Bachelor crown and take home $5000 cash. The winner will be announced at an event on October 29.
CLEO’s 2014 Top 30:
Vance Joy, 26, singer
Tom Derickx, 26, Sydney Swans AFL player
Hamish Hartlett, 24, Port Adelaide AFL player
Dan Churchill, 25, celebrity chef
Tommy McKeown, 25, model, surfer and barista
Nic Westaway, 25, Home and Away actor
Meyne Wyatt, 25, Neighbours actor
Zac Anderson, 23, Central Coast Mariners A-League player
Lucas Handley, 29, marine biologist, adventurer and filmmaker
Kristian ‘Krit’ Schmidt, 29, MTV host
Glenn McMillan, 29, Wonderland actor
Ronny Chieng, 28, comedian
Dave Billsborrow, 29, plumber
Richy Strahan, 29, industrial rope access technician
Andrew Da Silva, 25, advertising manager
Chris Nayna, 24, registered nurse
Michael Jordan-Watt, 28, cardiac device specialist
Dean Ipavitz, 30, carpenter and The Body Shop ambassador
Thien Nguyen, 28, personal trainer
Tim Phillipps, 26, Neighbours actor
Sam MacDonnell, 29, account director
Tyson Mayr, 28, world explorer, charity ambassador and blogger
Dave McKenna, 26, Red Bull street-bike stunt rider
Michael Sparrow, 25, personal trainer
Dom Nadar, 31, DJ, part-time model and one half of the Bondi Hipsters
Adrian Archer, 29, DJ, organic juice maker, creative director of ‘…….’ and the other half of the Bondi Hipsters
Mitchell Wick, 28, telecommunication technician
Jack May, 27, barista and store manager
Nick Bell, 34, managing director
Justin Hannan, 24, marketing executive

Now it’s over to the readers to vote for the winner. Head to to vote for the winning bachelor and go in the draw to win a Renault Clio. Or pick up the September issue of CLEO on sale August 25.

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