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Zeta-Jones "perfect female body"
www.chinaview.cn 2005-05-17 11:55:20

    BEIJING, May 17 -- Catherine Zeta Jones has been named as the celebrity with the perfect female body.

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    In the poll by Eve magazine, readers were asked to nominate the woman who had the best figure and body image in the world. Angelina Jolie came second and Halle Berry came third.

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    An Eve spokeswoman says: "The survey shows that women prefer stars who combine great beauty with independence and a strength of character and it also demonstrates that women can retain their looks and sexiness when they become mums."

    Other celebrities who featured in the top 10 include Elle McPherson, Kate Winslet and Jennfier Lopez.

    (Source: CRIENGLISH.com/Breakingnews)

    

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