Dolly Parton Lands on ‘Hottest Women of All Time’ List
Over the years, country music has seen its share of fetching female superstars, but only one has been deemed worthy of Men's Health magazine's "100 Hottest Women of All Time" list.
No, it's not Shania, Faith or Carrie. The mag's pick: Dolly Parton -- the blond bombshell who paved the way for all others, glamming it up not just on record and in concert, but also in films and on television. Heck, she even has her own Dollywood theme park.
"Who could mistake that voice, that music ... that bosom?" reads the blurb accompanying Dolly's No. 92 selection. "If there's a Dixie bombshell out there that trumps all the rest, it's Dolly Parton. The country music star turned heads for decades, and not just because of her famous figure."
Her numbers -- and that's to say nothing of her bust measurements -- speak for themselves. In a career spanning nearly five decades, she's amassed 25 No. 1 singles and more than 40 Top 10 country albums. She's also appeared in Hollywood blockbusters like 'Steel Magnolias,' '9 to 5' and the upcoming 'Joyful Noise,' showing her range as both a comedic and dramatic actress.
Plus, she's whip smart and disarmingly funny -- a welcome contrast to some of the more aloof beauties on the list. Megan Fox and Angelina Jolie are stone-cold stunners, but if we're at a BBQ with the 100 "hottest," we're angling for a seat next to Dolly.
Jennifer Aniston claims bragging rights as the No. 1 hottest woman of all time, according to the Men's Health list. Following her in the Top 10 are (in order) Raquel Welch, Marilyn Monroe, Britney Spears, Madonna, Ursula Andress, Bettie Page, Pamela Anderson, Jane Fonda and Angelina Jolie. See a photo gallery of the Top 100 here.
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