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Adulttoymegastore and Colmar Brunton surveyed more than New Zealanders on all areas of sex, including which Kiwi celebs they'd most like to sleep with. Ex-model Rachel Hunter took out the top spot for the women, closely followed by actress Kimberley Crossman in second place, and musician Gin Wigmore in third. Rugby players took out the top spots for the sexiest male celebs, with Dan Carter voted top, Richie McCaw tackling second place, and Sonny Bill Williams in third place. New Zealand's sexiest politicians are Jacinda Ardern, who took spot number nine in the lineup for New Zealand's sexiest female celebrities, and Bill English at 15 for the men.
Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Sign up for The Complex Newsletter for breaking news, events, and unique stories. Happy early Waitangi Day! This Saturday, Kiwis the people of New Zealand, not the fruit everywhere will be celebrating the formerly named New Zealand Day, which commemorates the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in , which recognized the country as part of the British empire and granted its citizens equal rights to British subjects. G'day mate!