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Mila Kunis, ScarJo Make FHM's 'Sexiest Women' List

By Anne Cohen

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FHM magazine has released its “Official 100 Sexiest Women In The World 2014” list and Jewish ladies have snagged 10 spots, including three in the Top 10.

Leading the contingent of Nice Jewish girls is Emily Ratajkowski (in fourth place), star of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” According to Haaretz, Ratajkowski is of Polish-Jewish descent on her mother’s side.

Mila Kunis is still going strong in sixth place, though down from her top spot as last year’s #1 — Jennifer Lawrence has that honor this time around.

Kunis, who is expecting her first child with Ashton Kutcher, was born in Ukraine and moved to the United States when she was 7-years-old.

Scarlett Johansson (don’t call her ScarJo) rounds off the top 10 in tenth place.

Other members of the tribe include Rachel Riley, of British TV show “Countdown,” (#17); chef Nigella Lawson (#24); “Mad Men“‘s Alison Brie (#39); British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (#61); “Glee“‘s Dianna Agron (#84) and Israeli actress Gal Gadot (#97).

If you can believe it, Bar Rafaeli is only #66.


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