Jennifer Lopez tops “People’s Most Beautiful 2011”
Lopez beat out beautiful women Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Garner, Halle Berry, Beyonce Knowles, Julia Roberts and Eva Longoria.
When asked about her newly acquired title, the 41-year-old Lopez says, “I feel happy and proud. Proud that I’m not 25! Rarely am I left speechless, but I feel honored.”
Not only is Lopez the most beautiful woman alive but her current single, “On the Floor” is No.8 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart this week. Check out her new single below. Her new album entitled “Love?” will be released in May.
She is the proud mother of twins with husband Mac Anthony. Lopez is also one of the new American Idol judges and recently debuted a reworking of the classic “Venus” song in Gillette razor commercials and has attained the unique title of “Venus Global Ambassador.”
Lopez tells People magazine that she prefers to be makeup free and low maintenance. “That’s when I’m my happiest,” Lopez explains. “Just being able to touch my face and rub my eyes and put my fingers in my hair and not having to worry about messing it up. It’s so much better. The thing is, it’s part of my job. I don’t want anybody thinking it’s easy. It does take time and it’s hard work. HDTV wide-screen is nobody’s friend!”
Other women who made People’s list: Jessica Simpson, Jennifer Hudson, Mandy Moore, Dana Delany, Katie Holmes, Mindy Kalig and Ellie Kemper.
The first issue of People’s Most Beautiful launched in 1990 and it featured Michelle Pfeiffer on its cover. Julia Roberts wins top honors as she has received the award multiple times and been on the cover a total of four times, including last year’s issue.
Zac Efron was honored with the number one spot on the men’s side. “I think it’s important to remember to live in the moment and enjoy every day to the fullest,” Efron told the magazine. This should not be a surprise for Efron since he also topped last year’s list.
Efron beat out “Twilight’s” Kellan Lutz and Ryan Reynolds, People’s sexiest man alive.
This year’s Most Beautiful issue hits newsstands Friday.