Very Debonair
Justin Chambers hits up the GQ Men of the Year Awards in December 2007. He looks great, regardless of how you feel about those specs! Always great to see Justin photos.

Rating: 4.4 / 5.0 (10 Votes)
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Beautiful site!

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Incredible site!

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Perfect work!

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This is just one of the sexiest photos of him. He doesn't even have to try. The fact that he is a family man and appears to be so devoted to his wife and 5 children just makes him all that more attractive. And just imagine... he also has a twin brother. What more can the world ask for.
I wish him all the best.

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I love those glasses on him.

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