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Tony Romo is So Totally Hotter Than Jessica Simpson's Ex

In keeping with today's hot-or-not theme, by which I mean this item about Benny Hinn-some and then some, I just browsed myself straight into Us magazine's "story" from yesterday about Tony Romo and Jessica Simpson's dry-hump party-party in L.A. a few days back. (As in: "They were on top of each other!") And from there, I was but a hop, skip and a click away from the mag's November 28 poll, in which "readers" of the "magazine" were asked to vote on who's hotter: the Cowboys quarterback or Simpson's ex, irksome blues-popper John Mayer. Waytago, Tony. Dude, you are always coming out on top. --Robert Wilonsky

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