Top 10 Hottest Male Disney Characters



Top 10 Hottest Male Disney Characters

VOICE OVER: Emily Brayton
There are just some male Disney characters who are so much hotter than the rest. We're talking about Prince Phillip, Aladdin, Prince Eric, Li Shang, John Smith, Prince Naveen, Prince Eric, Flynn Rider, Hercules and Beast/ The Prince!

Top 10 Hottest Male Disney Characters

You might’ve loved the Disney princesses growing up. As you get a little older, though, you start to appreciate the princes a whole lot more. Welcome to MsMojo and today we're counting down our picks for the Top 10 Hottest Male Disney Characters.

For this list, we’re looking the sexiest and most charming animated dudes the Mouse House has to offer.

#10: Prince Phillip

“Sleeping Beauty” (1959)

Not all Disney princes are created equal and Prince Philip from “Sleeping Beauty” is a prime example. Not only is he a total hottie (did you see that jawline?), but he was also arguably the first Disney prince to actually have a personality. He loves his horse, which is always a good sign, he stands up to his father, and he defeats a friggin’ dragon. The fact that he’s a great dancer only helps. On top of all that, he has that totally adorable red hat and cape combo that no one else would be able to pull off.

#9: Tarzan

“Tarzan” (1999)

Although we weren’t sure why at the time, Tarzan made us feel all tingly inside while growing up. That might be because he wore nothing but a loincloth for the majority of the movie. Tarzan may be lacking in social niceties, but he makes up for it in chiseled features and a super hot bod. The love story between Tarzan and Jane is totally steamy, and a little more sensual than Disney movies typically get. Every girl’s dream is to be able to basically create the perfect guy, right? Jane’s attempts to turn Tarzan into a gentleman don’t go as planned, but she realizes in the end that he’s perfect just the way he is.

#8: Beast / The Prince

“Beauty and the Beast” (1991)

Due to his spoiled, unkind ways, this prince is given a beastly exterior to match his personality. The Beast can only break this curse if he learns to love another and earns her love in return. Enter a fair maiden named Belle! Although they get off to a rocky start, the Beast eventually starts to show off his sweet side. In an unexpected turn, Belle starts to see past his hairy body, sharp teeth, and devil horns to find a gentle, dedicated, and loving person inside. The same can’t be said about the handsome, yet egotistical, Gaston, who only becomes more monstrous throughout the film. In the end, though, the beautiful man behind the beast emerges.

#7: Hercules

“Hercules” (1997)

When we say this guy is built like a god, we’re not exaggerating. He may have more brawn than brains, but we’re not complaining. Even though he’s not the sharpest tool in the shed, Hercules is kind and compassionate. Plus, his wavy locks and gigantic arms don’t hurt either. His childlike naiveté is what makes him so attractive. The lesson to take away from this 1997 film is that a hero’s heart is more important than muscles. Of course we’re happy to take the full package. We can certainly see why they call him, “Hunkules!”

#6: John Smith

“Pocahontas” (1995)

Unfortunate themes of colonialism aside, the Disney version of “Pocahontas” makes a pretty grim true tale into a charming love story. This movie about the European conquest of the native people of North America is viewed with rose-colored glasses and offers the character of John Smith as a “good guy” alternative to the “bad” settlers that he’s surrounded by. If we forget the complicated politics behind these characters, John Smith is a man who’s open to hearing new opinions and willing to change his worldview, which we commend. Also, he has gorgeous hair and the facial features of a Ken doll.

#5: Flynn Rider

“Tangled” (2010)

“Tangled” is a more contemporary fairytale and Flynn Rider is the modern, sarcastic hero we’ve all been waiting for. He may be a wanted criminal, but in the end he’ll do whatever it takes to keep Rapunzel safe - even going as far as risking his own life. He’s a little vain, but in a charming way, and his soft sensitive side would make any girl swoon. You can imagine falling for him the same way you did for the kid who pulled your pigtails in grade school. Like Prince Phillip before him, Flynn’s hilarious dynamic with horses is one of the most endearing things about him.

#4: Prince Naveen

“The Princess and the Frog” (2009)

Prince Naveen grew up with a whole lot of privilege and was honestly kind of a brat when audiences first met him. He was the type of spoiled party boy that we’d never look twice at in real life. With that said, we can also see why he’s apparently dated “thousands” of ladies. Naveen is totally dapper and handsome, but it takes him being turned into a frog to actually get his ego in check. It isn’t until he reveals his sensitive, humble side that Tiana finally starts to warm up to him. Like the Beast, this transformation ultimately changes Naveen for the better.

#3: Li Shang

“Mulan” (1998)

We’d let this Chinese army captain make a man out of us any day. When it comes to training his warriors, Li Shang maintains a stern, no nonsense demeanor. What’s more, he’s fearless on the battlefield and can pull an arrow out of his shoulder seemingly without suffering any pain. While he’s certainly an authoritative figure, Li Shang isn’t a stick in the mud either. He also has a shy, socially awkward side, as exemplified in the adorable scene where he tries to express his feelings for Mulan. This guy is so hot that Grandmother Fa is practically convinced to join the army. We can’t blame her.

#2: Aladdin

“Aladdin” (1992)

This street rat scampered into our hearts the first time we saw him stealing bread in Agrabah. He’s got that whole bad boy homeless thief thing going for him and knows his assets well enough to simply forgo shirts in favor of an open vest. Aladdin is poor, but still manages to give to those more needy than him. He keeps in high spirits and looks on the bright side, even though his life is a difficult one. He’s quick thinking and witty, showing mad confidence while trying to woo Jasmine. When he sang “A Whole New World,” we were ready to jump right on his magic carpet.

Before we reveal our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions.


“Pocahontas” (1995)

Tadashi Hamada

“Big Hero 6” (2014)

Prince Charming

“Cinderella” (1950)

#1: Prince Eric

“The Little Mermaid” (1989)

A guy who loves dogs is always number one in our books. Okay, so Eric may have had the hots for human Ariel before she had the ability to speak, which is somewhat questionable, but he continues to love her even after she turns back into a mermaid. His swoopy black hair is totally enviable and we could completely lose ourselves in those bright blue eyes. Also, he was willing to put Ariel before himself in order to save her. We can completely relate to Ariel’s decision to risk her entire existence for this hottie.

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