Source Pravda.Ru

Anna Kournikova loses much of her sex appeal

FHM magazine has recently published a new list of world's most attractive women. The list includes two Russian girls, tennis stars, of course - Maria Sharapova and Anna Kournikova.

Maria Sharapova, the Wimbledon winner and the best WTA player of 2004, took the 19th position on FHM's list, whereas sex star Anna Kournikova, who became the first Russian beauty to conquer the tennis world, was listed as 62nd.

As it turns out, sports accomplishments, or their absence have a direct influence on men's preferences. Maria Sharapova's sweeping career made her become the dream girl for many men all over the world.

Actress Angelina Jolie took the first position on the list of the magazine and became the most sexually appealing woman of the world. Jennifer Garner comes second, Paris Hilton proudly takes the third place, Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron ranks fourth, and the top five is complete with catwoman Halle Berry.

Britney Spears could not be found on FHM's list at all, probably for the first time in her career. The surprising regression apparently occurred because of Britney's marital status.

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