Craig Stevenson has taken his campaign to be crowned the UK’s Manliest Man to the BBC airwaves.
The Frodsham hunk talked to BBC Radio Nottingham presenter Andy Whittaker on Monday morning about the nationwide manhunt, why he entered in the first place, his chances of winning the competition and also about the attributes needed to be a masculine man.
Craig is one of eight men to be short-listed to become Britain’s most manly man and win a modelling contract that will change his life forever.
If the 37-year-old wins the public vote, not only will he become the face of The Bluebeards Revenge and take part in photoshoots and TV ads, he will also shave in a host of extreme masculine locations, including a lion’s den and while skydiving.
Craig, a media executive from Frodsham, also gave a recent interview to the Chester Chronicle.
“I’m just a regular guy from Cheshire, and I couldn’t believe it when I got the call from the Bluebeards Revenge™ people saying I was shortlisted to the final of this competition. However, I love a challenge and so went along to the photo shoot and had a really good time,” he told the newspaper.
Craig added: “I was really nervous on the drive to the shoot, as I hadn’t really done anything like this before, but the other seven finalists were all great guys too, and we all helped each other through it.
“One of the things that attracted me to the brand was that they give away a donation to fire-fighter charities from every tub of The Bluebeards Revenge sold.
“Having seen how genuinely heroic the guys at the Cheshire Fire Service are, it’d be great to help raise funds for them when they get injured while saving lives.”
Vote for Craig at www.bluebeards-revenge.co.uk/manhunt.