It wasn't surprising to me that some of the beautiful women that I've blogged about before made their cut. Jessica Alba came in at number 5, for example.
There were also several models from Victoria's Secret who made their list. This, also, was also incredibly not surprising.
I would have also ranked Kristen Bell a lot higher than number 76, which is where the folks at Izismile.com ranked her. However, that's just my opinion.
Of course, the one aspect to lists like these that I've always found to be interesting who is not on it. I know there are a lot of beautiful women and a lot of beautiful celebrities. In fact, I'm often quite thankful for these facts.
Still, there are certain omissions this list of beautiful women that simply leave me puzzled.
How can anyone have a list of the most beautiful women of 2010 and not include Keira Knightley or Hayden Panettiere?
I mean, don't get me wrong, Whitney Port is a very beautiful woman. She unquestionably ranks I higher than I ever would on any poll such as this. She is also a very talented fashion designer. I'm sure she's a wonderful person as well.
However, when it comes to pure physical beauty, can Whitney Port really hold a candle to either Keira Knightley or Hayden Panettiere?
I think not.
I guess I'll just have to start my list of the most beautiful women of 2010.
Perhaps I'll even include a few local celebrities from the Detroit area, such as Erin Nicole of WXYZ-TV and hostess for the Detroit Pistons.
The wheels are starting to spin in my head as I try to think and type at the same time.
Okay - I'll put this question out to the dozen or so people who read this blog on a regular basis. Who do you think I should include in my own list of the most beautiful women of 2010?
Please feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments section below. I look forward to reading them.