Mila Kunis voted no. 1 on FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women In The World list

Gwyneth might be the most beautiful, but Mila Kunis is the sexiest woman in the world, according to FHM.The actress – who is dating Ashton Kutcher – beat 99 other female celebrities from across the globe to top the 2013 poll, taking the crown from the Brits for the first time in four years.In last year’s list, Mila, 29, was placed at number 14, but after starring in Ted, Oz: The Great And Powerful, and Friends With Benefits, it’s no surprise she’s gone up to number one.

No. 1: Mila Kunis is announced the winner of FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World poll

Surprisingly, Helen Flanagan was named Britain’s sexiest woman by FHM readers.But what isn’t a surprise, is the ex-Corrie star’s reaction to the win.‘I’m absolutely thrilled to be voted the Sexiest Woman In the UK. It’s a lovely confidence boost, especially when there are so many beautiful girls out there.’‘Rosie Webster would definitely be impressed!’ the 22-year old exclaimed.Obviously the constant photo shoots and saucy Instagram pictures have paid off for Helen, who leads the majority of Brits making up the top 100.

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Rihanna, 25, takes the runner-up spot, rising one place from her 2012 result. but there were more UK entrants than ever before with 53 of the 100 women from the home countries, compared to 46 last year.Three of these new entries were 19-year-old Perrie Edwards from Little Mix at 55, BBC Breakfast presenter Susanna Reid, 42, at number 96, and interior designer and TV personality Linda Barker.Linda, 50, got the number 93 spot, no doubt impressed the male readers after competing in the ITV celebrity diving series Splash, where she showed off her impeccable figure in a bikini.

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