Johnny Depp has lost his crown as teenage pin-up to 'The OC' geek Adam Brody.
Teenage girls have fallen out of love with sports stars like David Beckham, who fell from no. 13 to 40 and rugby hero Jonny Wilkinson who disappeared completely, according to this year's survey for CosmoGIRL! magazine.
Clean-cut looking pop stars like Robbie Williams and Will Young are also out of favour while rock and grunge types are in.
Former poster boys Tom Cruise and Prince Harry have dropped off the radar completely.
Pete Doherty, self-confessed drug addict is a new entry at number 41.
'Desperate Housewives' star Jesse Metcalfe who plays the show's hunky pool boy, and Jude Law are also new entries.
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong is a new entry at no. 6 while Brandon Flowers, lead singer of The Killers, was a new entry at no. 13.
The chart, compiled from almost 39,000 votes by magazine readers with an average age of 15, appears in the December issue of CosmoGIRL!
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