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Michelle Keegan named as FHM's sexiest female in the world - but who else made the top 10?

By Claire Williamson

Published 28/04/2015

10.Kelly Brook
10.Kelly Brook
9. Emilia Clarke plays Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones
8. ex-Towie star Lucy Mecklenburgh
7. Aussie rules: former Neighbours star Margot Robbie
6. Ariana Grande
5. Caroline Flack
4. Kate Upton
3. Jennifer Lawrence
2. Kendall Jenner
1. Michelle Keegan

Michelle Keegan has been voted as FHM's sexiest female in the world in their latest poll.

The former Coronation Street actress, 27, tops the poll for FHM magazine, after ranking second last year.

She beat model Kendall Jenner to the top spot and was closely followed by actresses Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and TV presenter Caroline Flack - who all feature in the top five.

<< Check out our gallery to see who else made the top 10 >>

Singer Ariana Grande, Australian actress Margot Robbie, The Only Way Is Essex star Lucy Mecklenburgh, Game Of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke and Kelly Brook complete the top 10.

Rihanna falls 20 places to number 23 this year, Beyonce is down 12 places to 19 and Katy Perry slips from 13 to 25.

Good Morning Britain presenter Reid is 21st on the list, while 80-year-old Great British Bake Off judge Berry is at number 73, only one place below Angelina Jolie.

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini drops 55 places this year to 68 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World list.

FHM editor Joe Barnes said: "This year's 100 Sexiest poll was more keenly contested than ever - we had over a million votes, which was truly incredible."

The results of FHM's poll were released at the same time as that of Heat Magazine's Hottest Hunks.

Additional reporting PA

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