Men’s Health Magazine just named their Top 100 Hottest Women Of All Time (with every entry on its own page in convenient “Year-End Album List That Forces You To Skip Right To #1″ format), and they’ve officially named Jennifer Aniston #1. Their explanation (Bracketed Portion mine):
She rarely plays the airhead, and she seldom overplays a role: she’s funny in a quiet, refreshingly human way. And her all-too-human love life off screen inspires sympathy that not even a string of bland romantic comedies can diminish.
[Also we had a handshake agreement with her publicist for an interview to accompany this article, and they gave us a giant sack with a dollar sign on it and also obviously we can't interview Marilyn Monroe plus this'll generate controversy]
I realize beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but I think we can all beholden that this is incorrect. For good measure, Aniston also said that her pick for the Sexiest Woman Of All Time would have been Gloria Steinem, the most selfconcious and calculating answer possible (short of “My Grandmother! Her courage and devotion were the true definition of sexy”).
Needless to say, the masses have spoken, and they are NOT happy with the Aniston selection:
Well said, Anonymous.