10 Sexiest Women Of 2013


10 sexiest women of 2013 according to the Men's Health.
10.Amber Heard

9.Gisele Bundchen

8.Beyonce

7. Angelina Jolie

6. Scarlett Johansson

5.Jennifer Aniston

4.Jennifer Lawrence

3.Christina Hendricks

2. Mila Kunis

1.Katy Perry

Vida Guerra Biography, Latest Hot Nude

Born: March 19, 1974 (age 38)
Havana, Cuba
Height     5 ft 3 in (1.60 m)
Hair color     Brown
Eye color     Brown
Measurements     34C-25-37 in
Weight     115 lb (52 kg; 8.2 st)
Website:
www.vidasworld.com
Vida Guerra (born March 19, 1974[1]) is a Cuban-born glamour model. Her first notable appearance was in the U.S. edition of FHM magazine in December 2002; since then, she has modeled for many other men's magazines.

Born in Havana, Cuba, Guerra moved to the United States soon after, ending up in the town of Perth Amboy, New Jersey. While growing up, she entered several fashion shows modeling swim wear, and has appeared in music videos.[1]
Career
Guerra's first national exposure came when she appeared in a lingerie spread for FHM in December 2002. The magazine later reported that following its publication, almost one-third of their mail was from readers demanding more photos of her. She was called back for more photo shoots and became "FHM's Model of the Year" in 2004.[2] Since then, she has been featured in many magazines, including DUB, Smooth, Escape, and Open Your Eyes, often as the cover girl.
Guerra has made multiple appearances on several Spanish language television programs such as entertainment gossip show El Gordo y la Flaca (The Fat guy and The Skinny girl). She has also become a staple in music videos, appearing in "Shake Ya Tailfeather" (Nelly, P. Diddy and Murphy Lee, from the Bad Boys II soundtrack, 2003) and "The New Workout Plan" (Kanye West, 2004), in "Obsession (No Es Amor)" (Frankie J featuring Baby Bash, 2005) among others. In addition, Guerra has appeared in a commercial for Burger King's TenderCrisp Bacon Cheddar Ranch, a couple of sketches on Chappelle's Show (including "R. Kelly's '(I Wanna) Piss on You' Music Video", which spoofed the R. Kelly sex tape), and the film National Lampoon's Dorm Daze 2. She lent her voice to the video game Scarface: The World Is Yours.
In April 2005, Guerra's camera phone was allegedly hacked. Dozens of photos, including nude pictures, were widely disseminated on the Internet. Guerra said the nude images were of another woman, and that they had been mixed with genuine, non-nude camera-phone images of her to create the false appearance that she was the naked woman pictured.[3] However, the head of her record label maintained that the nude photos were of Guerra and that she had deliberately leaked them as a publicity stunt. Guerra was dropped by the label over this incident.[4]
Guerra was voted Number 26 in "F.H.M's Top 100 Sexiest Females" of 2005 and has twice been named the winner of the magazine's "Best Butt Award". She has produced her own swimsuit calendars (and accompanying "behind the scenes" DVDs) and a 2006 DVD titled Vida Guerra: Exposed.
The July 2006 issue of Playboy featured the first formal nude photos of Guerra. Part of her motivation for posing for the magazine, she said, was the camera phone incident; she wanted people to see what she really looked like naked.[3]
The first song from Guerra's debut album, You Got Me, was leaked to the Internet on November 2, 2006.
In a July 2008 interview on The Jace Hall Show, she spoke about her show Livin' the Low Life, stating that "I didn't like it [low rider cars] at first, I mean, they were cool, but now that I did the first season I'm actually gonna get one."[5]




















Kelly Brook Biography

Kelly Brook
Born: Kelly Ann Parsons
23 November 1979 (age 32)
Rochester, Kent, England, UK
Occupation Model, Actress
Years active 1995 – present
Height 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Hair colour Brown
Eye colour Dark Brown
Measurements 34-25-35(US)
Dress size 8 (UK)
Web site
 kellybrook.com
Kelly Brook (born Kelly Ann Parsons;[1] 23 November 1979) is an English model, actress, entrepreneur, television presenter and Playboy model.
Early life
Brook was born and brought up in Rochester, Kent, England.[1] She is the daughter of Sandra, a cook, and Kenneth Parsons, a scaffolder. She has a younger brother, Damian, and an older half-sister, Sasha.[1] Kenneth died aged 57 in Rochester from lung cancer[2] on 26 November 2007, during Brook's time on Strictly Come Dancing.[3]
Brook attended the Thomas Aveling School in Warren Wood, Rochester. She then studied at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts in London for three years before becoming a professional model.
Modelling career
Brook's modelling career began at 16 after winning a beauty competition, in which she was entered by her mother.[1] She later worked on a range of advertising campaigns, including for Foster's Lager, Renault M├ęgane, Walker's crisps, Piz Buin and Bravissimo, a company that specialises in bras and lingerie for large-breasted women. Her figure eventually caught the eye of the editorial team of the Daily Star tabloid,[4] which began featuring her as a Page Three girl.

Brook's picture soon began appearing in other lads' mags such as GQ, Loaded and FHM. In April of the same year, a poll over 5,000 women for Grazia magazine considered her to have the best British female body. She also topped the 'FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World' list in 2005, which was said to have polled 15 million people. Appearing in this list every year since 1998, she ranked No.34 in 2008, No.67 in 2009 and No.7 in 2010.[5] She was the cover star of FHM's World Cup 2010 special issue,[6] and was on the cover of the magazine in April 2011.[5]

In February 2007, it was announced that Brook had signed a contract, reported to be worth around £1m, to represent Unilever's Lynx bodyspray, known as "Axe" in the US and in continental Europe.[7] She has appeared on billboards, in newspapers and on-line as part of their advertising campaign.[8] She has also appeared in commercials for Sky + and T Mobile and modelled for Reebok.

In 2010, she was chosen as the "new face and body" of lingerie maker Ultimo's advertising campaign.[9] In September 2010, Brook appeared in the American edition of Playboy magazine.[10] In October 2010, Kelly Brook appeared live at Clapham Picture House to surprise cinemagoers as part of a promotion for Carlsberg and Sky 3D.[11] In November 2010, Brook presented an award at MTV's EMA's in Madrid.[12]
Brook produces her own line of swimwear with New Look, which she herself has modelled.

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Elisha Cuthbert Biography
Elisha Ann Cuthbert (born November 30, 1982)[1][2] is a Canadian film and television actress. Cuthbert began her career as the co-host of the Canadian children's television series Popular Mechanics for Kids (1997–2000) and is best known for her role as Kim Bauer on the FOX action-thriller series 24 (2001–2010). Her films include Airspeed (1998), Love Actually (2003), Old School (2003), The Girl Next Door (2004), House of Wax (2005) and Captivity (2007). She currently stars as Alex Kerkovich in the ABC ensemble comedy series Happy Endings (2011–present).
Early life
Cuthbert was born in Calgary, Alberta, daughter of Patricia, a homemaker, and Kevin, an automotive design engineer.[3] She has two younger siblings, Jonathan and Lee-Ann. She grew up in Greenfield Park, near Montreal, Quebec. She also lived for some time in Toronto, Ontario before moving onto acting. In 2000, she graduated from Centennial Regional High School and moved to Los Angeles at 17 to act.[4]
Career
Early career
When she was 9, Cuthbert started modeling children's clothing and also became a foot model.[5] She made her first televised appearance as an extra in the horror-themed series for children, Are You Afraid of the Dark?; she later became a regular on the show.[6] Cuthbert co-hosted Popular Mechanics for Kids with Jay Baruchel, filmed in Montreal. Her reporting captured the attention of Hillary Clinton, who invited her to the White House.[7]
Cuthbert landed her first role in a feature film in the family drama Dancing on the Moon (1997).[2] She appeared in other Canadian family movies and in an airplane thriller, Airspeed. She starred in the Canadian television movie, Lucky Girl, in 2001 and was awarded a Gemini Award for her performance.[8]
Soon after her move to Hollywood, she was cast as Kim Bauer, daughter of federal agent Jack Bauer, in the television series 24.[2] She appeared in the show's first three seasons, but not in its fourth;[2] she guest-starred in two episodes in the fifth season.[2] She also reprised her role as Kim Bauer in 24: The Game and again guest-starred in five episodes of the seventh season and in two episodes of the eighth season.[2]
2002–2005: Commercial success
She began her Hollywood film career with small roles in Old School and Love Actually in 2003.[2]
Cuthbert's next film, The Girl Next Door, was her first lead role. She played an ex–porn star, Danielle, opposite Emile Hirsch. She had reservations about the part, but was persuaded by director Luke Greenfield. She researched the role, speaking to adult actresses from Wicked Pictures and Vivid Entertainment.[9] The film was compared to Risky Business,[10][11] – although Cuthbert said her character was not directly based on Rebecca De Mornay's. Critics were divided; some praised the film for boldness, others, notably Roger Ebert, called it gimmicky and exploitative.[12][13] Ebert wrote that he saw Cuthbert's character as "quite the most unpleasant character I have seen in some time."[14]
In her next film, Cuthbert starred with Paris Hilton and Chad Michael Murray in the 2005 remake of the horror film House of Wax. Cuthbert, with the rest of the cast, was made up to look haggard. In one scene, her character was to attempt to open her mouth while her lips were sealed with glue. For realism, she used Superglue over prosthetics.[15] House of Wax was largely panned, critics citing a range of flaws. It was called "notable for having some of the most moronic protagonists ever to populate a horror film," though of those characters, critics tended to think Cuthbert "fares the best." Though receiving negative reviews the film was a box office success.[16] Others noted Cuthbert as an "exception," playing her role "earnestly" and "fine."[17][18]
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