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While 'Modern Family' actress Sophia Vergara took the top prize (no surprise there), Nicki Minaj managed to hold it down for the female recording artists coming it at No.5! The Grammy nominee has taken the hip-hop scene by storm, and has just dropped the music video for her David Guetta collaboration 'Turn Me On.' She really is on fire!
Hot on Nicki's sky-high heels is Rihanna. The Bajan babe just made it into the top 10 at No. 9. You can see both RiRi and Nicki in action on the Grammys stage on Feb. 12 -- both desirable women will be performing live at the awards show.
In keeping with the Grammy theme, fellow gramophone candidates Katy Perry and Lady Gaga earned spots No. 16 and 18, respectively. Leading nominee and just-announced-performer Adele landed on the list at No. 92.
Other lusted-after ladies (according to AskMen) include new mama Beyonce at No. 39 and the much buzzed-about industry newcomer Lana Del Rey at No. 95. Swimming in a sea of 20 and 30-somethings, Jennifer Lopez represents the over-40s at No. 93.
The intense voting process began back in October and lasted over six weeks, narrowing the list down from the original 170 candidates. AskMen readers ranked their top 10 picks on a personal list, while the magazine's staff ranked the women on their own lists. The results created the final countdown of 99 desirable ladies.
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