Is Jonathan Rhys Meyers The Hottest Vampire on TV?
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Is Jonathan Rhys Meyers The Hottest Vampire on TV?

When it comes to vampires, the title of hottest is a closely contested battle. Between the sharp-toothed studs of True Blood and The Vampire Diaries to the sparkly immortals made famous in the Twilight series, being named the hottest vampire is harder to pull off than avoiding mirrors.

There is one obvious frontrunner in the competition, however: Jonathan Rhys Meyers. The 36-year-old Irish actor first stole our still beating hearts back on The Tudors where he made King Henry VIII a shoe-in for cover boy of Ye Olde People if, you know, entertainment magazines had been a thing back in 16th century England.

Now Jonathan Rhys has moved on to bigger and badder roles as Dracula on the new NBC series of the same name. Starring as the infamously seductive vampire, Jonathan seems determined to give new life to his undead character. But do you think he pulls it off?

We asked Viggle LIVE! users if JRM reigns supreme when it comes to the hottest of the cold-blooded and you said...yes! A whopping 59 percent of voters agreed that obviously, Jonathan Rhys is a “total hottie” with just 41 percent giving a shout-out to other attractive vampires (we’re looking at you, Ian Somerhalder, and, um, now we can’t look away).

What do you make of the results? Totally agree or think we should expand the category to “hottest vampire in entertainment”? Kinda sounds like a blood bath to us.

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Elisabeth Kramer is an Assistant Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident Downton Abbey expert. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!

01.14.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Elisabeth Kramer
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