If there is one thing The CW is good at, it’s creating teen dramas that are chock full of attractive people. For now, let’s talk about Reign and all the handsome men at French court. Whether we’re drooling over Bash, ogling Prince Francis, or wishing we were Greer hanging out in the kitchens watching Leith cook, we’re secretly — or not-so-secretly — crushing on the men of Reign.
Alan Van Sprang
As far kings who can’t keep it in their pants go, Van Sprang plays a pretty attractive King Henry. He’s got a devilish sort of charm and if King Henry can woo both Kenna and Diane, he must be doing something right.
Though Nostradamus is often the bearer of bad news — like really horrible news — he does have a sort of quiet power that can be extremely attractive. Sutherland, once he’s out of the giant robes usually worn by Nostradamus, is also not hard on the eyes.
As Leith, the kitchen boy who’s stolen Greer’s heart, Keltz is charming, funny, down to earth, and he can cook. What more could a girl want in a guy? Though he hasn’t been in too many episodes of Reign, we would love to see more of him. (We’re sure Greer and Reign’s female fanbase would as well.)
Have you seen his eyes? Are they green? Blue? Coombs has the swoon-worthy penetrating eyes thing down, but we hear he’s kind of nerd — not that it’s a bad thing! Caitlin Stasey (who plays Kenna) told The TV Addict, “He’s got those husky eyes and yet he’s the biggest dork you’ll ever meet in your entire life.” Awww.
Arguably Coombs and Regbo are equally attractive, but Regbo has the boy-next-door sort of charm to Coombs’s bad boy look. Regbo is the kind of guy you wouldn’t mind taking home to meet the folks, and from what we’ve seen on Reign, he looks like a half-decent kisser as well.
The Hollywood stars are making the trek with Foster The People frontman Mark Foster and singer Kenna, who organised the Summit On The Summit: Kilimanjaro climb up Africa's tallest peak.
On Thursday (03Jan12), the hikers arrived in Tanzania ahead of their gruelling seven-day, 50-mile (80-kilometre) journey up Kilimanjaro.
The stars will use social media to draw attention to the problem of water-borne illness and disease, and will be supported by actresses/activists Olivia Wilde and Dianna Agron as they blog about the mission online.
Glee star Agron has tweeted, "Good luck Kenna & everyone on Summit On The Summit 2! So sad that I couldn't make this climb!! I am sending my love & support from over here!!"
Jessica Biel, Emile Hirsch, Isabel Lucas and rapper Lupe Fiasco joined Kenna on his first celebrity Summit adventure in 2010.