MSN Lifestyle has put two of our own Hollywood's Hottest on its "Sexiest Women over 40". Jennifer Aniston, who just turned 40, was voted number one which comes as no surprise to us! She has been on our lists as 2009's hottest body, and 2007's hottest hair! Fifth on the list was Halle Berry, 42, who has been on our list for three years running as 2008's and 2009's hottest cheeks, and 2007's hottest body! Congratulations ladies, keep doing what you’re doing. It’s obviously working for you!
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
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Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Hollywood’s Hottest Jessica Alba is featured in an interview in Elle Magazine's March 2009 issue! In the interview Alba talks about being a new mother, how she got her body back, and her new movie An Invisible Sign of My Own. Also mentioned in the article is how Alba's nose was ranked the most requested model nose of 2007 by L.A. plastic surgeons. We already knew that because we are the LA surgeons who create the most natural noses, and it was our patient’s who requested Jessica’s nose in the Hottest Nose category in 2007! BHI’s annual HHL survey is frequently quoted by the media everywhere. It’s nice for us to be recognized in a glossy magazine like Elle.
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Wednesday, March 4, 2009
Former Hollywood's Hottest, and new mother, Halle Berry will be on the cover of Essence's March 2009 issue. During her cover shoot , Berry talked with Essence TV about her love for the magazine, being a new mother, and her new movie Frankie and Alice that is scheduled to come out sometime in 2009! Berry stars in and produced the new movie, a psychological drama, about a woman with multiple personality disorders. While Halle dresses down for the movie, we just saw her at the Academy Awards and trust us, she still looks as fabulous as ever
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Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Things seem to be going great so far this year for Hollywood's Hottest Hugh Jackman! His new movie is a prequel to the series of X-Men, which is based on the comic book. The movie follows Hugh Jackman’s character Wolverine from the time he was a child and discovers he is different from normal human beings to his induction to the X-men group. Hugh did a fantastic job of hosting the Oscars, and seems to get the same response from his fans whether he is clean shaven or completely hairy as in Wolverine. Hugh, we can’t wait to see the new movie!
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