Norton, whose outrageous and irreverent chat show can be seen here on BBC America, is known for sporting glittery suits in wild colors and patterns. His ecelectic taste has helped him climb from the No. 5 position, which he held last year, to the top — nay, the pinnacle — of poor taste.
Coming in, inexplicably, at the No. 2 spot on the list is British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who, we have to say, always looks fairly well-groomed to us. Other notables on the countdown include Lawrence Llewelyn-Bowen (“Changing Rooms” fans will know him as the annoying designer with the long hair and the frilly shirts) at No. 4, “American Idol” judge Simon Cowell at No. 7, and Mr. Madonna — Guy Ritchie — at No. 9.
Just in case you’re wondering, there is a best-dressed list, as well. And topping that, for the second year in a row, is Manchester United star David Beckham. Which is pretty good for a guy who once confessed to wearing his wife’s smalls. But we suppose when you’re married to a (former) Spice Girl, you do what you’re told.