Kunis named 'sexiest woman alive'

03:24, Oct 11 2012
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...shouldn't swim wear model Kate Upton be on top of that list?
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...others insist that Miranda Kerr should be on that list.
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...or should Emily Blunt lead the way. Who's your favourite. Let us know in the comments
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...while others bemoan that Olivia Munn hasn't made it to the top.
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...or the other Olivia (Olivia Wilde)
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...others don't like change, and want Cindy Crawford to stay on top of that list forever.
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There were also calls for Kate Beckinsale.
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And let's not forget Kiwi beauty Anna Hutchison.
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...without a doubt, said some, should Sofia Vergara lead the list.
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The naming of Mila Kunis as ''the sexiest woman alive'' by Esquire magazine was not only met with approval in the Stuff office. After some tough discussions and hard decisions we've added another nine beauties who should have made it on the top of this list.

Actress Mila Kunis has been dubbed ''the sexiest woman alive'' by Esquire magazine in its November issue out this week.

Kunis, 29, a one-time star of the TV comedy That '70s Show, was lauded by the men's magazine on its website as ''the most beautiful, opinionated, talkative, and funny movie star that we've all known since she was nine".

As a grown-up, the native of Ukraine electrified audiences with a solid performance opposite - and sometimes in bed with - Oscar-winner Natalie Portman in the 2010 ballet movie Black Swan.

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THE SEXIEST OF ALL: Mila Kunis has been dubbed ''the sexiest woman alive'' by Esquire magazine.

She recently showed her comic chops in the surprise hit, Ted.

Next year she will star in Oz: The Great and Powerful, and she is the voice of Meg Griffin on the animated Fox comedy Family Guy.

Runners-up this year included Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway, Precious star Gabourey Sidibe and newly divorced Katie Holmes.

Kunis joins the ranks of past Esquire choices, including Oscar winners Charlize Theron and Halle Berry, and last year's winner, Rihanna.

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