Maxim Australia has released its highly-anticipated Hot 100 list for 2023, featuring the most prominent and beautiful women in the entertainment, sports, and pop culture industries. Discovering the winner’s name brought immense joy to many fans, and we were equally amazed by the names that secured positions beyond just the first place.
One edition features an overwhelming number of beautiful women.
Maxim Australia has compiled a remarkable top-100 list featuring renowned women from diverse fields, leaving people in awe of the stunning array of ladies it showcases.
In the 47th spot, we find the comedian Celeste Barber, celebrated for her spot-on parodies of the most iconic celebrity looks.
Abbie Chatfield, a former star of The Bachelor at the age of 28, secured the ninth position, while Evelyn Ellis from Married At First Sight claimed the prestigious 10th place.
Sonia Kruger, the host of The Voice Australia, held the 36th spot, and the legendary Nicole Kidman graced the 48th position on this exclusive list.
Meanwhile, the wife of Kanye West, Bianca Censori, claimed the 18th place on the list, raising eyebrows as the couple made headlines during their extensive Italian vacation, with Bianca turning heads in a series of bold and daring outfits.
Notably, the list also features pop sensation Kylie Minogue, who secured the 59th position, and the talented actress Rebel Wilson, who took the 35th spot.
The 2nd place went to the world of sporty people.
Santi Pintado, the Editor-in-Chief of MAXIM, declared, “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.”
He went on to say, “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.”