18 Dizzee Rascal - 23, East London Rapper Dizzee (real name Dylan Mills) won the 2003 Mercury Prize with his first album.19 Simon Cowell - 49, London The Mr Mean of TV 20 Rick Edwards 29, Portsmouth The handsome, smooth-talking T4 presenter.21 Nicholas Hoult - 19, from Wokingham, Buckinghamshire Nicholas shot to fame in Skins, but got his first break as the cute kid in About A Boy.22 Stuart Broad - 22, from Nottingham Stuart is an England test cricketer."Aside from being third in line to the throne, he has a seemingly endless list of attributes, including his party-loving nature, sense of adventure, famous nan, bodyguards, oversized bank account... " This year's list was the first to be compiled by an all-celebrity panel, comprising White, Flack, previous Apprentice winner Michelle Dewberry, author Katy Regan and TV presenters Dawn Porter and Zoe Salmon.:: The list of Britain's Most Eligible Bachelors is detailed in the July issue of Company, on sale on Wednesday.3 Robert Pattinson - 23, from Barnes, London The boy from Barnes became a Hollywood heart-throb overnight when he starred in vampire film Twilight.4 Noel Fielding - 35, from London Noel is best known for his part as Vince Noir in The Mighty Boosh.
She went on: "The decision was unanimous between the judges - our readers are really starting to love Prince Harry and see him as a highly eligible bachelor - he's posh and polite, yet rugged, fun and down-to-earth at the same time.
9 Sam Branson - 24, from London His dad owns an island in the Caribbean and Virgin.
10 Jamie Dornan - 26, from Belfast, Northern Ireland Keira Knightley's ex has modelled for Calvin Klein, Christian Dior and Emporio Armani.
36 Ben Barnes - 27, from London His boyish good looks bagged him the role of Prince Caspian in the Narnia film series.
37 Sam Riley - 29, from Leeds Received acclaim for his portrayal of Joy Division's lead singer Ian Curtis in the film Control.