‘Hottest Woman Of All Time’ Named

December 10, 2011 by staff 

‘Hottest Woman Of All Time’ Named, Congrats to Jennifer Aniston! She’s been crowned the Hottest Woman of All Time by a recent poll, the magazine announced Friday.

Raquel Welch, Marilyn Monroe, Britney Spears and Michigan’s own Madonna rounded out the top five.

Jen’s humor makes her sxy, according to the site, along with “her down-to-earth persona … and her all-too-human love life off screen.”

Speaking of her love life (AGAIN), #10 on the list was Angelina Jolie, who, lest you forget, famously fell in love with Brad Pitt while the two were shooting “Mr. & Mrs. Smith,” and while he was married to Aniston.

Lindsay Lohan’s upcoming photo spread in Pl**yboy was leaked online Friday.

Just the cover photo showed up online Wednesday, but this latest leak is of all 10 nde photos of the starlet’s Marilyn Monroe-inspired shoot.

According to, magazine execs are not very happy that their investment — Lohan was paid nearly $1 million — is being jeopardized.

The issue hits newsstands Thursday.

Eddie Murphy recently dropped out as host of the 2012 Academy Awards, but it looks like a more interesting role is in his future.

The Associated Press is reporting that the comedian-turned-actor is in talks to play Washington Mayor Marion Barry in an upcoming HBO film.

Organizers have called off the 2012 Traverse City Comedy Arts Festival, the Traverse City Record-Eagle reported Friday.

Festival cofounder Michael Moore claims attendees of the Traverse City Winter Microbrew & Music Festival, which runs the same February weekend, interrupted shows at the 2011 festival and that he didn’t want a repeat.

Michael Jackson’s daughter is officially getting into show business. reports that Paris Jackson, 13, has landed a role — her first — in the fantasy film “Lundon’s Bride and the Three Kings.”

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