Example was named Britain's Coolest Man by fans for his straight talking attitude, music and his down to earth personality in an annual poll.
Example has been named Britain's Coolest Man 2014.
The 'Kickstarts' rapper beat a number of celebrities including David Beckham, Idris Elba and Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner to the title, after fans praised his straight talking attitude and his down-to-earth personality in the annual poll conducted by Zoo magazine.
Example said: ''I haven't won an award for anything, so it might as well be the best award in the country. I've been around in this game for eight years and I'm on my fifth album, and I've toured the world, and had 19 top 40s, and I've never been nominated or won f**k all. So it's just great this could be the first one.''
Hot on the 31-year-old rapper's heels was Idris Elba - who received praise last year for his starring role in 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom - and British snooker player Ronnie O'Sullivan, placing second and third respectively.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry was knocked down to fourth place, after coming second last year, while 'Sherlock' actor Benedict Cumberbatch stole a spot in the top five.
Last year's winner, Carl Froch, failed to make the top 20.
Zoo Magazine's Top 20 Coolest Men in Britain 2014:
2. Idris Elba
3. Ronnie O'Sullivan
4. Prince Harry
5. Benedict Cumberbatch
6. Guy Martin
7. Dapper Laughs
8. Tom Daley
9. Michael Bisping
10. Alex Turner
11. Tom Hardy
12. David Beckham
13. Jack Whitehall
14. Jason Statham
15. Noel Gallagher
16. Keith Lemon
17. Professor Green
18. David Haye
19. Russell Howard
20. Boris Johnson
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