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Full List: 2023 Top 100 World Most Successful, Beautiful Women In Entertainment, Sport, Others



Maxim Australia has released its annual Hot 100 list for 2023, showcasing the most successful and beautiful women in entertainment, sport and pop culture.

Topping the list is actress Margot Robbie, 33, whose Hollywood career continues to shine following the release of her latest film Barbie.

Barbie became Warner Bros’ highest domestic grossing film ever making $537million at the US box office and earning a total of $1.2billion in cinemas around the world.

It marks the second year in a row and the record fourth time that Robbie has topped the Hot 100.

Matildas soccer star Sam Kerr also made the list in second place followed by Delta Goodrem and Sophie Monk.

Margot Robbie topped the Maxim Hot 100 for the second year in a row alongside Sophie Monk, Delta Goodrem and Abbie Chatfield.

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Former Bachelor star and podcaster Abbie Chatfield, 28, landed at ninth place, while Married At First Sight star Evelyn Ellis made the list in 10th place.

Meanwhile, Kayne West’s wife Bianca Censori came in at 18th place on the list.

The couple have been making headlines following their lengthy vacation in Italy, which saw scandalous ensembles to an indecent exposure controversy.

The Voice Australia host Sonia Kruger landed in at number 36 while Nicole Kidman was placed in at 48th.

Just a few positions down from Kidman is KIIS FM presenter Jackie ‘O’ Henderson, who clocked in at 60th.

She is regarded as Australia’s most successful woman in radio thanks to her 21-year run hosting Sydney’s top FM breakfast show with Kyle Sandilands.

Also included on the list is pop princess Kylie Minogue at 59th position, and actress Rebel Wilson at number 35.

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Maxim’s list also includes several prominent TV presenters, including Amanda Keller, Carrie Bickmore, Sandra Sully and Georgie Tunny.

MAXIM Editor-in-Chief, Santi Pintado said: ‘This year the definitive list of Australia’s most influential, successful, powerful, newsworthy, talented, and beautiful women features an eclectic mix of high-profile names such as Margot Robbie, The Matildas, Delta Goodrem, Kylie Minogue, Sophie Monk, Penny Wong and many more.’

‘Our annual HOT 100 is a legacy list that has evolved over the past dozen years. In 2023 it continues to celebrate the outstanding Australian women who have influenced, impressed, or impacted us with their aptitude, intellect, humour, headlines, sassiness, and overall incredible talents.’

He added: ‘From athletes to actresses, comediennes to TV personalities, musicians to politicians and news presenters to models and influencers, the 2023 Ultra Tune MAXIM HOT 100 list covers a fantastically diverse field that won’t disappoint our loyal followers and all Australians alike.’


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01. Margot Robbie

02. Sam Kerr

03. Delta Goodrem

04. Sophie Monk

05. G Flip

06. Jessica Mauboy

07. Kaylee McKeown

08. Ariarne Titmus

09. Abbie Chatfield

10. Evelyn Ellis

11. Mackenzie Arnold

12. Caitlin Foord

13. Mary Fowler

14. Hayley Raso

15. Ellie Carpenter

16. Cortnee Vine

17. Paris Raine

18. Bianca Censori

19. Costeen Hatzi

20. Narelle Maree

21. Mollie O’Callaghan

22. Sarah Snook

23. Elizabeth Debicki

24. Casey Boonstra

25. Ellie Cole

26. Grace Tame

27. Jess Fox & Noemie Fox

28. Ellyse Perry

29. Minjee Lee

30. Moraya Wilson

31. Olivia Frazer

32. Gabby Epstein

33. Harriet Dyer

34. Rose Byrne

35. Rebel Wilson

36. Sonia Kruger

37. Amanda Keller

38. Chrissie Swan

39. Shiralee Coleman

40. Miranda Kerr

41. Jennifer Hawkins

42. Natalie Roser

43. Melissa Leong

44. Anna Torv

45. Sports Presenters

46. Alexa Towersey

47. Celeste Barber

48. Nicole Kidman

49. Cate Blanchett

50. Samara Weaving

51. Ruby Rose

52. Amy Shark

53. Peach PRC

54. Sarah Magusara

55. Brooke Satchwell

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56. April Rose Pengilly

57. Emily Scott

58. Emily Weir

59. Kylie Minogue

60. Jackie O

61. Ruva Ngwenya

62. Isla Fisher

63. Chantelle Otten

64. Donnell Wallam

65. Tamika Upton

66. Erin Phillips

67. Tess Magden

68. Molly Picklum

69. Erin Molan

70. Kate Ritchie

71. Carrie Bickmore

72. Ricki-Lee Coulter

73. Celia Pacquola

74. Julia Morris

75. Jessica Ferguson

76. Kitty Flanagan

77. Sandra Sully

78. Georgie Tunny

79. Sarah Harris

80. Allison Langdon

81. Sarah Abo

82. Natalie Barr

83. Melissa Tracina

84. The Real Housewives of Sydney

85. Heather McCartney

86. Kodi Buckley

87. Jacinta Nampijinpa Price

88. Linda Burney

89. Liz Ellis

90. Jacinta Allan

91. Vanessa Hudson

92. Dani Laidley

93. Jodie Haydon

94. Michelle Kimberlee

95. Molly Moyies

96. Penny Wong

97. Bec Judd & Kate Twigley

98. Lidia Thorpe

99. Annastacia Palaszczuk

100. Michele Bullock




‘Christ Lives In Me,’ Daddy Yankee Quits Music To Evangelize Jesus




Famous reggaeton star Ramón Ayala, aka Daddy Yankee, has officially retired from music.

The Puerto Rican singer and rapper announced this on stage during the final day of his farewell tour, La Meta, in Puerto Rico over the weekend.

He said he now hopes to “evangelize the world” and live for Jesus.

In a video message shared via his Instagram page, ‘The King Of Reggaeton’ said that a part of him felt empty and he had been trying to fill a void in his life for a long time that no one could fill.

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In his message, the ‘Despacito’ crooner cited a Bible verse; “I was able to travel the world for years winning many awards, applause and praise, but I realized something that the Bible says, ‘what good is it for a man to gain the whole world if he forfeits his soul?’”

He added: “One story is over and a new story is going to begin, a new beginning.”

Daddy Yankee began his career in 1994 and is regarded as one of the pioneers of the reggaeton genre.

He retired at the age of 46.

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Better To Be Egoistic Than To Be Too Humble – Asake On People Taken Him For Granted [VIDEO]




Famous singer Ahmed Ololade, aka Asake, has recalled how some people once took him “for granted” because he was “too humble.”

In a video making the rounds on social media, Asake, while chatting with a group of friends, stated that it is better to be egoistic than to be “too humble,” as he emphasised that excessive humility often brings disrespect.

Speaking from experience, Asake said that when someone is egoistic, people feel the person is inaccessible and place more value on the person.

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He said: “To me, humility is like a waste of time. People don’t appreciate it. At the end of the day, life is about your perception. That is how I think. It’s my world.

“I’ve been around people, that I tried to let them say who I am but they didn’t appreciate it. As an artiste, if you come to somewhere, if you’re humble, they will take you for granted. But if you have ego, they feel like you’re not accessible so they will like you more. People would rather see what you’re doing than you showing them humility. So, just do what you need to do.”


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Portable Walks Runway At British Fashion Awards [VIDEO]




Controversial Nigerian singer Habeeb Okikiola, aka Portable, graced the runway of the 2023 British Fashion Awards at the Royal Albert Hall, London, on Monday.

The ‘Zazu’ crooner accompanied British-Nigerian Grime rapper Skepta to the event.

Portable strutted behind Skepta and other members of his BBK crew amid pomp and pageantry.

Hollywood stars Anne Hathaway and Gwyneth Paltrow were among the attendees.

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Big winners of the night included Jonathan Anderson for Designer of the Year; Sarah Burton for the Special Recognition Award, and Martine Rose for British Menswear Designer of the Year. Singer Sam Smith was the recipient of the Cultural Innovator Award, while British-Ghanaian actress and writer Michaela Coel took the gong for the Pandora Leader of Change.

Video of Portable walking the runway:


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