In last year most desirable women, Jennifer Lawrence was in 47 position and she jumped a stunning 46 spot to become the most desirable woman of 2013. Last year’s most desirable women Number one position Sofia Vergara, has dropped down to No. 12 position this year.
The number one woman in this year 99 Most desirable women is Jennifer Lawrence, beating the like of last year winner and other notable celebrities. In a poll that over 2.4billion of people participate in. the 22 years old is a rising star, Jennifer Lawrence played a leading role in major movies like “The Hunger Games” and “Silver Linings Playbook,”
This is the 12 years running that AskMen has started the most desirable women programme. In this year 99 most desirable women of 2013, lots of things are put into consideration to determine who takes the number one position. Criteria used for the 99 most desirable women of 2012 include; sex appeal, character, intelligence, talent, sense of humor, achievements in 2012, and potential for 2013. So it should be no surprise that Lawrence came in at No. 1, as men have clearly taken note of the charming, yet down-to-Earth head-turner. With two high-profile roles in 2012, including as “Hunger Games” heroine Katniss, it was almost impossible not to.
According to Yahoo News, With over 40% of the women selected making their first appearance on the Top 99 however, fresh faces became part of a trend. A new generation of leading ladies joined Lawrence as women to watch for in 2013, including “Mad Men” actress Jessica Pare (No. 9), Emilia Clarke from “Game of Thrones” (No. 15), and “Girls” co-stars Allison Williams (No. 42) and Jemima Kirke (No. 51). Meanwhile, in the battle of the Bond girls, Naomie Harris (No. 19) had the clear edge over fellow “Skyfall” actress Berenice Marlohe (No. 99).
Those over the age of 40 on the list include US First Lady Michelle Obama of age 48; comedienne Sarah Silverman, 42; actress Lucy Liu, 44; and British actress Rachel Weisz, 42.
Mila Kunis in 2nd position, Kate Upton in 3rd, Rihanna 4th and Emma Stone 5th round out the top five.
Men are perhaps attracted to strong independent women like Lawrence, who was nominated for an Oscar for 2010’s “Winter’s Bone.” Claire Danes who earned an Emmy this year for her standout role on the TV drama “Homeland” earned a first-time spot on the list at No. 20. Marissa Mayer, President and CEO of Yahoo!, makes the list at No. 59 and First Lady Michelle Obama ranks in at No. 33.
Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian’s desirability is fading. Kanye West’s girlfriend has dropped from No. 8 in 2011 to nearly being taken off the list completely at No. 98 this year.