Men of David crowns its newest charity hunk

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A collection of hunks helped David Atlanta crown its third Men of David winner on Saturday at Ten while raising big cash for a beloved non-profit that supports HIV charities.

The 10 finalists for the annual contest by the gay glossy helped raise more than $45,000 for Joining Hearts. By the time it was all over on Saturday – the tally from what contestants raised combined with cash from the after party at Heretic – Men of David raised $49,489.

The crown goes to the finalist who raises the most bucks. And with $15,332, that honor went to Brian McCall (top photo right), who took the title from last year's winner Jeffrey Hollington. Rick Twombley won the inaugural contest in 2014.

Other finalists on Saturday included Travis Brookshire, Travis Bryson, Quinton Chandler, Kody Chumley, Tyler Forsyth, Truman Griffin, Tony Kearney, James Myers and Kyle Parrish. The crowning at Ten was emceed by Kitty LeClaw before the party shifted to Heretic for some late-night fun with DJ Tony Ruggiero.


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