Andy Scott Lee Shirtless, Cosmo Campaign, Gay or Girlfriend. Look who took off his clothes to help increase public awareness for male cancer? It’s singer Andy Scott Lee posing for Cosmo Magazine’s Everyman campaign which, as you already know, seeks to convince you guys to get yourself checked for prostate, testicular, and penile cancer before its too late.
Anyhoo, here’s Andy’s Cosmo Everyman campaign photo. Sorry if we have to censor the image because our grandma was offended by it. Hehe. We gotta keep peace in the family. Funny how we are adults now but still have to listed to Grandma Akita.
For those of you not very familiar with this dude, here’s his wikipedia info:
Andy Scott-Lee (born Robert Andrew James Scott-Lee on 29 March 1980 in Bodelwyddan, North Wales) is a Welsh pop star, who is an ex-member of the group 3SL. After the group broke up, he appeared in the second series of Pop Idol, making it to the final seven. His debut album was shelved for unknown reasons.
In 2005, he took part in the qualifying rounds to represent the United Kingdom in the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest, where he was up against, Javine, Katie Price, Tricolore and Gina G. Andy came third.
Scott-Lee’s estranged wife is the former Liberty X member, Michelle Heaton. They announced their split on 05 June 2008. He is the brother of the former Steps singer Lisa Scott-Lee. He has also been seen as part of his sister’s MTV reality TV show Totally Scott-Lee.
Andy Scott Lee Shirtless in Underwear. Though she disapproves of the Cosmo photo, Grandma Akita — or GA for short — say’s she is okay with the following photo of Any as a “festive hunk”.
Apparently, our Andy likes him his red Y-front briefs. He looks good in it too. Right?
Andy Scott-Lee Gay or Straight? Well, we already mentioned that he was married to Michelle Heaton so that makes him straight, right?
In 2013, he tied the knot with actress slash reality star Lydia Louisa. Here’s a photo we grabbed from OK Magazine of their wedding.
Andy Scott Lee Shirtless and Other Stuff published on 9 March 2009. Updated 9 February 2017.