Who’s The Sexiest Star?

Contributed by BeccaUK:

A VH1 UK survey has just been published, listing the top 100 sexiest stars, male and female, in music.
Here are the top 20:

1. Kylie Minogue
2. Britney Spears
3. Robbie Williams
4. Avril Lavigne
5. Mariah Carey
7. Jennifer Lopez
8. Emma Bunton
9. S Club
10. Madonna
11. LeAnn Rimes
12. Holly Valance
13. Elvis Presley
15. Duran Duran
16. George Michael
17. Jon Bon Jovi
18. Sophie Ellis Bextor
20. Eminem

You can see the top 100 sexiest stars in three hour-long TV specials presented by Jodie Kidd on VH1 UK, starting at 9pm this Wednesday (June 11th 2003).

Remake / Remodel: Justin Timberlake & Christina Aguilera

June 7, 2003 – Kristi Turnquist of the Portland Oregonian shared her thoughts on Justin and Christina ahead of their show at the Rose Garden arena on Tuesday. On Timberlake, she commented, “In interviews, Timberlake is recasting himself from the human candy cane of *NSYNC’s reign to hip dude down with the homeboys. He showed up in a cover story in hip-hop magazine Vibe, portrayed as a Memphis native respectful of the African American music traditions he’s been accused of trying to glom onto.” As for Aguilera, Turnquist says, “Unlike [Britney Spears], who played up her assets (good looks, killer body) while minimizing her weaknesses (singing), Aguilera always had great pipes, a deep, womanly, powerful voice. In her teen-pop days, she belted it out but dressed like the young woman she was, ladling on the hot-pink lip gloss, inky eyeliner and sparkly eye shadow. Now, like Timberlake, Aguilera has decided to play the hottie card. But she’s had a bumpier time of it.”

Timberlake, Aguilera Grow Into Their Talent

June 7, 2003 – Marty Hughley of The Portland Oregonian profiled Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera before their concert in the city. Hughley writes, “Christina Aguilera and Justin Timberlake may have been burned by the limelight over the past couple of years, but it apparently has inspired them to fight fire with fire. Whatever doesn’t make us forget them only makes them stronger. Both these stars have shown their strength on their latest albums, boldly moving beyond the frothy, synthetic teen pop that they helped make the dominant music style in the late 1990s.”

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