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"Andy, as a CNET journalist, what makes you excited to start your day?"

It's nice to have an easy answer: a giant sexy Jeff Goldblum.

Enjoy these gratuitous photos of this bare-chested statue, which was on show this week outside London's Tower Bridge.

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Made by Now TV to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park, giant Jeff is not only a great way to commemorate the film, but also a wonderful homage to what it is to be sexy and open-shirted.

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He's 20 feet long and took 250 hours to make.

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At first I thought he must be inflatable, but that's not the case. I can assure you that statue Jeff's abs are rock solid. Just like the real Jeff, I'm sure.

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I was joined by Jeff Goldblum impersonator Andy.

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He's appeared on the UK's Graham Norton Show alongside Jeff Goldblum himself.

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The chest hair is painted on, but the nipple proportions are surely accurate. 

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Gratuitous? You bet.

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I'm told Jeff didn't know about the statue before it was made. I'd love to imagine him strolling down the Thames and happening upon his giant sexy lookalike. 

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It's glorious from all angles.

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Oh Jeff, tell us your hopes and dreams.

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Yes.

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