So... it turns out we've all been fantasizing about the same Kiwi celebs according to this new survey.
Our girl Lorde (or Ella as some like to call her) has come in at the #1 Kiwi celeb that New Zealand men would like to take to bed, while Sonny Bill Williams is the #1 for Kiwi women, followed closely by Dan Carter (naturally).
Thousands of men and women worldwide were asked which celebrity they were most attracted to.
The survey by SleepCupid, asked 6000 people to live out their fantasies, and New Zealanders were among the group of thousands to partake in the rating process which saw Lorde and Anthony Boric the most popular New Zealand celebrities 'to bed'.
Many people chose celebrities native to their own country as their favourite choice.
Places where people voted were USA, UK, Canada, Europe, Brazil, Australia and New Zealand.
The results of exactly how men and women voted may surprise you:
There was a trend among New Zealand women, with rugby players a clear favourite.
They included Sonny Bill Williams and Dan Carter as hot picks. Kiwi blokes voted for Lorde, Hayley Holt, Anna Paquin, Emma Lahana and Nicky Watson as their top choices.
Across the ditch, Australian men found actor Margot Robbie their ultimate choice, followed by supermodel Elle Macpherson. For women actors Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, and the Hemsworth brothers were clear winners.
Kim Kardashian was the number one pick for men as well as silver-fox George Clooney, followed by a list heavy with popular male actors.
Canadian-born Avril Lavigne was the top pick followed by Vampire Diaries actress Nina Dobrev. Ryan Reynolds and his doppelganger Ryan Gosling were top of their list according to Canadian women.
It's no surprise the Royal family were crowd pleasers, with Kate Middleton and Prince Harry crowned as their country's top picks.
The top female favourites were Lorde, Kim Kardashian, Kate Middleton, Margot Robbie and Avril Lavigne.
Even Donald Trump appeared in the survey, with the vast majority saying they wouldn't not sleep with the new US President. Just 13.4 percent said they would.
The survey was conducted by bed company SleepCupid.