Tuesday, April 14, 2009

The readers of Vanity Fair called the most beautiful women in the world.

The American magazine Vanity Fair published the results of a vote of its readers, which should have been called the most beautiful woman in the world. As reported at the site of publication, the first place with a significant margin won actress Angelina Jolie - for it voted 58 percent had participated in the survey.
Second place was a model Giselle Byundhen, scored nine per cent of the vote, while the third - actress Berry Helli four per cent. The remaining participants received two to three per cent of the vote.
In March 2009, Vanity Fair introduced its readers a list of 19 famous beauties, proposing to name the most attractive of them. Among the candidates for the title of the most beautiful women of the world were mostly models and actresses, as well as two First Ladies: Queen Rania of Jordan and the First Lady of France Carla Bruni.
In addition to those already mentioned women in the list of beauties, compiled by editors of American magazine, was Beyonse, Cate Blanchett, Jennifer Connelly, Penelope Cruz, Catherine Deneuve, Scarlett Johansson, Al MacPherson, Kate Moss, Gvinet Peltrou, Frida Pinto, Bar Rafael, Natalia Vodyanova, Kerry Washington and Zhang Tszyi.
Note that Angelina Jolie, which to date is the mother of six children (three native and three adopted children), during his career has led a variety of rating the most beautiful and most sexual women in the world.

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