We here at BBC Cheekbones also appreciate other angles, for example: jawlines, parabolic curves and the sweeping, haiku inspiring wave of teak. We know that the cheekbones are there, even if they are hiding.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Matt Smith. He is funny looking, sure, but the man has structure. Bone structure. And you know, other structure. I’m not even sure what I’m trying to say here.
Do you find men and women with well defined cheekbones attractive? The BBC does, as proved by the current trend in leading actors of being able to cut the oxygen from the air molecules by walking swiftly into a room. That’s right, I said proved. Scientifically. It must be why I’m so breathless.
The holy cheek-ity (just go with it) are Matt Smith (the Eleventh Doctor) Colin Morgan (Merlin) and Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock). There may be others, in fact, there will be. Cheekbones are serious business.
In conclusion: Cheekbones and the BBC’s fabulous programming are what make the world a better place. So pay your licence fee and join me on a zygomatic journey of discovery into the realms of hotness.