It was a guys’ night out on Saturday (June 4) at Spike TV’s annual “Guys Choice Awards.” Among the honorees of the evening were “Funniest Mother F***er” Jim Carrey, “Rookie of the Year” Blake Griffin and “Brass Balls” recipient, Keith Richards.
]]>Zap2it was on the red carpet asking a few of the attendees about some of their biggest man-crushes. It’s a tough job, but somebody’s gotta do it. We can think of plenty of guys who have a man crush on L.A. Clipper, Griffin, but when we spoke with the him, the athlete revealed a soft spot for teammate DeAndre Jordan. The two arrived, walked the carpet and sat together during the show. Dare we call them “dates?” “Reno 911’s” Tom Lennon and Ben Garant were amped to present the “Manvention of the Year” award for 3D Japanese pornography… or something. [Related: Stay tuned for our “Being a Girl at Guys Choice” perspective post coming later this week.] Both guys picked a British born Daniel for their object of affection. Daniel Craig for Garant — a self proclaimed “ab man” — and Harry Potter himself, Mr. Daniel Radcliffe for Lennon. When asked whether he’d checked out Radcliffe on Broadway, Lennon jokes “You didn’t ask me if I’d seen Daniel Radcliffe’s penis, did you?” referring to his nude stint in 2007’s “Equus.” “I hear good things,” he continues. Moving on… “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” was inducted into the “Guy Movie Hall of Fame” with Judge Reinhold, Sean Penn, Forest Whitaker and more on hand to be honored. Reinhold, an apparently “Friday Night Lights” fan, was quick to name drop his biggest crush. “This guy Kyle Chandler, who’s coming out in ‘Super 8,’ I think he’s… Man, he’s a stud,” he gushes. “He ain’t no fancy man. He’s the real deal!” Don’t get us wrong, it wasn’t all about guys at the testosterone driven awards show. Mila Kunis walked away with the “Holy Grail of Hotness” honor, while Rosie Huntington-Whiteley accepted the “Our New Girlfriend” award. Cameron Diaz started the night off right as a very “Bad Teacher” and Jennifer Aniston was celebrated for a “Decade of Hotness.” When asked what other leading lady they’d like to see honored, Lennon and Garant suggested that Dame Helen Mirren be awarded for “Five decades of Hotness.” Get on that, Spike! Tune in for the show as it’s broadcast on Friday June 10th at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. Where else, but on Spike.