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Robert Pattinson Is the Most Attractive Man in the World According to Science – People Disagree

Junie Sihlangu
Jul 27, 2022
08:20 P.M.
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Scientists measured Robert Pattinson's physical structure and determined that he was the winner for being the most attractive man in the world. However, people disagreed, with some choosing other male celebrities like Keanu Reeves.

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In 2020, Dr. Julian De Silva shared an image of Robert Pattinson, revealing how science had determined that the actor was the most beautiful man in the world. De Silva said they'd used a measure that determined physical perfection, the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi.

It found the star had an overall rating of 92.15%. The "Batman" actor was compared against other male celebrities and came out at the top of the list that was compiled using the latest computerized mapping techniques.

Robert Pattinson at "The Batman" world premiere on March 1, 2022, in New York City. | Source: Getty Images

Robert Pattinson at "The Batman" world premiere on March 1, 2022, in New York City. | Source: Getty Images

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Pattinson was revealed as the clear winner when his face's elements were measured for physical perfection. The star's eyes, nose, chin, eyebrows, facial shape, jaw, and lips were measured against other male celebrities.

According to the Greeks, the results determined that the actor was the closest idea of perfection. De Silva's London Centre For Advanced Facial Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery uses the technology in his work.

Robert Pattinson at "The Batman" world premiere on March 1, 2022, in New York City. | Source: Getty Images

Robert Pattinson at "The Batman" world premiere on March 1, 2022, in New York City. | Source: Getty Images

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The Harley Street facial cosmetic surgeon explained: "These brand new computer mapping techniques allow us to solve some of the mysteries of what it is that makes someone physically beautiful." He also noted the technology used when patients' surgery was planned.

According to Daily Mail, the Golden Ratio of Phi came from the European Renaissance, where architects and artists used it as an equation that aided while creating their work. The ratio could be applied to anything.

Robert Pattinson at "The Batman's" Miami Fan screening on February 27, 2022, in South Miami, Florida. | Source: Getty Images

Robert Pattinson at "The Batman's" Miami Fan screening on February 27, 2022, in South Miami, Florida. | Source: Getty Images

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The famous Leonardo Da Vinci used it to create the Vitruvian Man. Scientists have since adapted the mathematical formula to explain what makes people beautiful by measuring the width and length of their faces and then dividing the results.

The idea was that the closer the ratio of the body or face to Phi or 1.618, the more beautiful a person was. Measurements were taken from the hairline to between the eyes, until the bottom of the nose, and then to below the chin.

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If the numbers were equal, the person would be considered more beautiful. The symmetry and proportion of one's face were taken into account, and for one to be seen as beautiful, their ear's length must be equal to that of the nose.

The eyes' width would also need to equal the distance between them. For Pattinson to be crowned in the category, he came against other male celebrities who gave him a run for his money!

OTHER HOT MALE CELEBRITIES THAT WERE MEASURED FOR THE STUDY - AND THEIR FEMALE COUNTERPARTS

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The second runner-up for the most beautiful man in the world was Henry Cavill, scoring 91.64%. He came up with the highest score for his forehead and lips and the matching ratio of his lips, nose, and eye position.

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However, the "Witcher" star's eye spacing was what let him down with a low score. Bradley Cooper came in third with a 91.08% score, with the highest being for his chin, lips, and eye position.

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De Silva revealed that the "A Star is Born" actor scored low for the shape of his face and nose. In fourth place was Brad Pitt, who scored 90.51% with high eye spacing but low marks for "the shape of his nose."

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George Clooney came fifth, scoring 89.91% because of loss of volume in his face and sagging around the eyes in his 60s. In sixth place was Hugh Jackman with an 89.64% score, with the highest being for the shape of his nose and the lowest for his eye and lip spacing.

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Next up was David Beckham, who scored 88.96% with an almost perfect ratio between his lip and nose size. However, he lost points for his eye position and nose shape, while Idris Elba came in at eight with 88.01%.

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The actor and Dj got top marks for his chin and eye spacing but lost because of the size ratio of his lips and nose. Number nine was Kanye West, 87.94%, scoring highly for his chin and eye spacing.

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The rapper's face shape was what got him marked down. The last person who made it into the top ten was Ryan Gosling, who scored 87.48%, with a high percentage for the shape of his nose and low for his lips.

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Bella Hadid led the female celebrities with 94.35% because of her facial symmetry, chin, and eye positioning. Her brow area was the star's weakest point; in second place was Beyoncé with 92.44%.

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The singer scored well for her face shape, but her chin and eyebrows let her down. Amber Heard was third, scoring 91.85% for the formation of her chin and nose, but her face's shape let her down.

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Ariana Grande scored 91.81%, with high results for her chin and forehead but lower scores for her eyebrows and the gap between "the top of her nose" and lips. Taylor Swift was fifth with a score of 91.64%.

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She led with good lips and chin but a lousy score for her eyebrows. Kate Moss followed the pop star with a 91.05 percentage for her eyebrows and eye spacing but a low one for her chin.

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Seventh was Scarlett Johansson, who got 90.91% for the position of her eyes, but her lips and chin prevented her from being in the top five. Natalie Portman followed her closely, who scored 90.51% for her eye position and a lower one for her eyebrow area.

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The second last female was Katy Perry, who held a 90.08% score for her nose and less for her chin. Closing up the top ten was Clara Delevinge, with a score of 89.99%, leading with her eyebrows and lips but losing out because of her forehead.

PEOPLE'S PERSONAL BEAUTY STARS

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

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A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

Taking to Facebook, LADbible shared an article about Pattinson's high rating, and Daily Mail wrote about Hadid's. However, readers and social media users felt the scientific scores were incorrect.

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A person, who appeared to be joking, put the UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the running.

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

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One believed that if science gave the ratings as "a fact," it must be broken. While someone else jokingly urged science to go home because it was drunk, another person shared an image of their cat and claimed it looked better than Pattinson!

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

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A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

Another Facebook user felt the test was skewed as it hadn't looked at the whole world. A fifth person also thought science was broken in its findings and needed to do more science, while someone agreed Hadid was beautiful but not against the whole world!

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A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

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Some other people started rating their people. Sharing an image of Keanu Reeves, one fan believed science hadn't seen him, and another person shared a photo of Paul Walker and said he was the "most beautiful man I have ever seen."

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

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A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

Some else believed Pattinson "had nothing" on tennis player Cliff Richard. One other fan asked if science had seen "Thor" actor Chris Hemsworth, but another person shared an image of Johnny Depp when he was younger and felt he deserved the accolade.

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A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A fan's comment on LADbible or Daily Mail's Facebook post on October 16, 2019, or June 18, 2022. | Source: Facebook/LADbible or Daily Mail

A person, who appeared to be joking, put the UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the running. The Facebook user noted that the world hadn't seen the politician, so Pattinson won the title!

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