Chris Campanioni can pack a swimsuit with the best of them. Check for yourself. It takes just a few seconds with Google to flood your screen with images of the sexy 24-year-old Manhattan model.
We did check. And, well, it’s no surprise to us that Campanioni covered DNA’s “Sexiest Man Alive 2009” issue earlier this year. If the Olympians wore their suits like that, NBC’s ratings for coverage from Beijing last year would have skyrocketed. And network censors would have gone nuts.
Campanioni stays busy, if you believe his Model Mayhem profile. He appears in endless underwear campaigns and regularly in Cosmo and soft-core pornish Exercise for Men Only. There’s also his recurring role as a bartender on “All My Children” and his appearance in the pages of “Hot Games: Secrets to Mindblowing Sex.”
With the photos we found of Campanioni, we’re already imagining exactly how that would work.
For even more photos, go here, here and here.
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