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Kelly Brook is top of the looks

Glamour girl Kelly Brook is the celebrity men would most like their partner to look like, a poll has found.

Brook's curvy figure was the number one choice for who they would like their other half to emulate - and the survey found she was also the star women would most like to resemble.

However, the poll also found that a little over half of those who were questioned did not actually want their partner to look like a celebrity at all.

Of the 2000-plus people who took part, 51 per cent of men would not like their partner to emulate any female star and 57 per cent of women were happy with the way they looked.

TV presenter Carol Vorderman, 53, came out as the second choice, in the survey conducted by breast implant manufacturers GC Aesthetics She was placed fourth on the list chosen by women.

Women's own second choice of celebrity looks they aspired to was the washboard abs of Olympic medallist Jessica Ennis, who came third for the men.

Dame Helen Mirren - still considered a sex symbol at 68 - was at number three for women, and fourth for men.

Supermodel Kate Moss - who once said "Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels" - came in at number five for both the men and women surveyed.

However for women she was joint fifth with curvaceous Kim Kardashian as the star whose looks they would most like to share.

GC Aesthetics have launched The Body Matters panel, to help offer women thorough information, support and advice before they consider having cosmetic surgery. They are hosting a live web debate at gcaesthetics.com

:: Celebrities men most want their partner to look like

1. Kelly Brook

2. Carol Vorderman

3. Jessica Ennis

4. Helen Mirren

5. Kate Moss

:: Celebrities women most want to look like

1. Kelly Brook

2. Jessica Ennis

3. Helen Mirren

4. Carol Vorderman

5= Kate Moss

5= Kim Kardashian

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