Oasis star Noel Gallagher is the coolest bloke in Britain, according to a survey of young men.
The singer may have celebrated his 40th birthday this year, but he was voted way ahead of young pretenders such as Arctic Monkey Alex Turner.
Liverpool and England footballer Steven Gerrard was second in the 100 Coolest British Men of 2007 list compiled by Zoo magazine. Doctor Who's David Tennant was third - deemed to be cooler than current James Bond Daniel Craig, who was fourth. David Beckham was fifth and Formula One star Lewis Hamilton sixth.
Comedians Simon Pegg and Ricky Gervais were ranked seventh and eighth respectively, followed by boxer and BBC Sports Personality of the Year Joe Calzaghe.
Arctic Monkeys frontman Turner brought up the rear in 10th place.
The top 20 included boxer Ricky Hatton, Chelsea defender John Terry and Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson.
While Noel Gallagher headed the list, his younger brother Liam scraped in at number 22.
Zoo editor Ben Todd said: "These inaugural awards have revealed some quite surprising results with Noel Gallagher, who has acquired something of an 'elder statesman' role, topping the poll. It shows that he is someone young people today strive to be like - perhaps even more so than when Oasis dominated the charts a decade ago."
The list contained a handful of older stars, including Sir Paul McCartney at 55 and Sir Mick Jagger at 73.
Elsewhere, Prince Harry made it to number 37, although there was no place for his brother William. Simon Cowell was a late entrant at number 98.