Kristen Stewart tops poll of Hollywood actresses found 'least sexy' by British men
Tuesday 19 February 2013
Twilight star Kristen Stewart is the Hollywood actress men would least like to get their teeth into.
She topped a poll of British men to find the least sexy actresses - and proved to be more undesirable than Sarah Jessica Parker and Lindsay Lohan.
The highest-placed Brit in the poll for gadget website MenKind.co.uk was The OC star Mischa Barton, who was ranked sixth, while Tilda Swinton came ninth.
Stewart - who had a fling with married director Rupert Sanders while dating movie hunk Robert Pattinson - was seen in her final Twilight film Breaking Dawn Part 2 last year.
The poll was held ahead of the Oscars, which are being staged in Los Angeles this weekend.
A spokesman for MenKind said: "Our Oscars poll has been a fascinating insight into the minds of British men - it's shown that sexiness is far more than appearance.
"They were turned off by volatile and moody actresses as well as ice queens. And they don't want to see unhealthily skinny starlets on the big screen."
Top 10 least sexy Hollywood actresses:
1. Kristen Stewart
2. Sarah Jessica Parker
3. Lindsay Lohan
4. Denise Richards
5. Kirsten Dunst
6. Mischa Barton
7. Hilary Swank
8. Lucy Liu
9. Tilda Swinton
10. Uma Thurman
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