Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 23 July 2014

FHM's Sexiest Women 2014: From Kaley Cuoco and Scherzinger to Michelle Keegan and Jennifer Lawrence

10: Scarlett Johansson.jpg
10: Scarlett Johansson.jpg

Jennifer Lawrence has been named the sexiest woman in the world in a new poll.

The Hollywood actress took the top spot in British magazine FHM’s Sexiest Women in the World poll of 2014. It is the first time the Academy Award-winning actress has won the title, beating last year’s winner Mila Kunis, who slipped to sixth place.

“Congratulations to Jennifer on landing the number one spot,” FHM Sexiest editor Dan Jude said. “She’s run away with the title this year and it’s no great surprise.”

The Hunger Games star racked up the most votes for not only her drop-dead gorgeous looks, but for her girl-next-door charm as well. The Kentucky native has become one of the biggest names in Hollywood, starring in movies such as American Hustle, The Hunger Games franchise and Silver Linings Playbook.

“Not only is she the most in-demand actress on the planet, but men the world over have fallen in love with her kooky charm,” Dan added.

Elsewhere in the top ten, Rihanna took the number three spot while model Emily Ratajkowski is the list’s highest new entry in fourth place. Chart topper Beyoncé Knowles claimed the seventh spot while singer Nicole Scherzinger came in at number nine. Avengers star Scarlett Johansson rounds out the top ten.

 

FHM’s top ten sexiest women of 2014:

 

1. Jennifer Lawrence

2. Michelle Keegan

3. Rihanna

4. Emily Ratajkowski

5. Kaley Cuoco

6. Mila Kunis

7. Beyoncé Knowles

8. Lucy Mecklenburgh

9. Nicole Scherzinger

10. Scarlett Johansson

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