The tabloid website TMZ, fast becoming the bane of Hollywood publicists, wasted no time Wednesday undercutting the news that People magazine had named Johnny Depp its "Sexiest Man Alive" for the second time. (He also won in 2003.) Just hours after People senior editor Kate Coyne announced the magazine's selection, saying that he had achieved an almost "iconic status in terms of sexiness," TMZ videotaped him emerging from a New York bar, looking dazed and unkempt and being supported by members of his entourage -- poles apart from his image as a sexy icon. "It seems the guy was really into celebrating his Sexiest Man Alive victory," TMZ wisecracked in a brief video caption.