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The World Agrees: Mila Kunis Is Hot

By Anne Cohen

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The jury is in, the people have spoken, and once again, Mila Kunis has come out on top.

After stealing top spot as FHM’s “Sexiest Woman in the World”, Esquire’s “Sexiest Woman Alive” and Details’ “Most F*ckable Celebrity,” Kunis now ranks #1 on Reddit’s list of “100 Sexiest Women Alive.”

One Reddit user decided to test the system and create his own popular list. In a post called “Lets vote our top 100 Sexiest Women shall we?”, daxl70 encouraged the Celebs subreddit to vote on its favorite celebrity ladies.

The rules were as follows: Each user had to post a comment ranking ten celebrity women from 1 to 10. Each woman was given a set number of points depending on where, and how many times they were ranked. The only criteria for inclusion? Any kind of celebrity status.

Our girl Mila did it again, besting Scarlett Johansson (#2), Jennifer Lawrence (#3), Olivia Wilde (#4) and “Mad Men“‘s Alison Brie (#5) for the honor.


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