I think the readers of this
site know a little about sexy women. In fact, I would say that we’re
experts on the matter. So I believe we’re more than qualified to weight
in on Esquire’s choice for this year’s Sexiest Woman Alive. Drum roll, please. Oh, never mind.
I know you can see the picture.
is this year’s sexiest living lady, following recent honorees Scarlett
Johansson, Jessica Biel and Angelina Jolie. To which
I say, nice choice, fellas. Y’all did good this year. Real good.
I feel confident when I say
that this pick won’t devolve into the great Maxim Hot 100 list
earlier this year. What I like best about Charlize, besides her playing
gay and terrifying in Monster, is that the more I read about
her, the more I like her.
Now, I can’t decide whether the accompanying Esquire
in the form of a screenplay, is pretentious or brilliant. I suspect
it’s a bit of both. But least it’s an easy, and dare I say fun,
read. And Charlize comes across as real, smart and interesting. Like
I was saying, sexy. I mean, what other actress would start talking Roe
v. Wade and America’s dwindling status as a superpower in a story
As she told the reporter when
he called back to sexy up the story: “We had an intense conversation.
We talked politics, sure. But I talked about my dog dying. I f——
cried about it in front of you. That’s pretty rare. Sexiness is rare
at least, isn’t it?”
Yes, Charlize, sexiness is
rare. And that makes you a rare breed, indeed.