Not only do this year's 10 sexiest women have unearthly good looks, they have oodles of talent. As hard-working as they are, they sure don't have to work hard for compliments.
1. Lady Gaga
Gaga exploded this year with her album The Fame. With her off-the-wall style, insanely creative videos and generally outrageous public persona, Gaga embodies a fearless, unique self-confident sexiness we should all learn from. 7 Body Parts Men Love—Just The Way They Are
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2. Michelle Obama
The first lady is a genuine star, and she's one half of a seemingly excellent marriage. Obama's sex appeal comes from intelligence, dignity and kindness: a perfect for any lady, especially a First Lady. Best Dating Advice Ever From Michelle Obama
3. Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde has been busy… though until her turn in House, she hasn't been particularly well-known. Why do we love her so much? Not only is she amazingly talented, but she's also a secretly smart political genius. Plus, Maxim magazine named her of 2009's hottest women—a high honor, indeed.
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5. Gabourey Sidibe
This year's indie film breakout sensation, the star of Precious is a killer actress, dancer and late-night talk show interviewee. Earlier this year the plus-size actress said, "One day I had to sit down with myself and decide that I loved myself no matter what my body looked like and what other people thought about my body." Amen to self-acceptance and self-love. Flaws? Scars? How To Look Past Your Imperfect Body
6. Mila Kunis
She's not just that '70s girl anymore. Since exploding onto the scene with a role in That '70s Show, she's since bloomed into a brunette bombshell, makes us laugh to boot, with starring roles in movies like Forgetting Sarah Marshall, in addition to lending her voice to the character of Meg on Family Guy.