AskMen.com has released its Top 99 Most Desirable Women in the World and guess who’s number one? We’ll give you a hint, she plays hot Gloria in “Modern Family”. Yes, you guessed it right, Sofia Vergara gets to be the most desirable woman of 2012.
Most men taking part in AskMen’s poll agreed that the gorgeous Sofia Vergara deserves nothing else than the first place as the most desirable woman of the year. This year, in July, Sofia Vergara will be 40 and at her age and in her business winning such a title is a real proof of her beauty. Plus, she is the oldest celebrity to win this title.
After learning the results, Sofia Vergara released the following statement:”I am so honored to be AskMen’s most desired woman this year. A big thank you to all the men who desire me”.
But she wasn’t the oldest in the poll. According to James Bassil, editor in chief for the AskMen website, there were more than one million votes cast for their survey and 11 of the women voted were at least 35 or older. In fact, the eldest woman in the list was Demi Moore, who remains a beauty at her 49 years.
Sofia Vergara has surely made some skinny, cover magazine celebrities aggravated with the results. She did beat off a cut throat competition, with Kate Upton, Kim Kardashian, Rihanna and Scarlett Johansson to name a few. Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce or Selena Gomez didn’t even make it in the top 10.
James Bassil tried to explain how Sofia Vergara nabbed the first place, particularly since the other women in Top 10 are from a different registry. He stated: “I think it has a lot to do with the broadening profile of internet users, who are varying more and more in both age and background”. He also pointed out that “a lot of guys are surprised to hear Sofia’s 40, because she doesn’t look it”.
AskMen’s top 10 of the most desirable women in the world features Sofia Vergara as leader, followed up by Kate Upton and Rooney Mara. Miranda Kerr was fourth, with Nicki Minaj coming in fifth and Emma Stone sixth. Kim Kardashian ranked eight and Rihanna came in ninth.