Katherine Heigl Named Most Desirable Woman 06/24/2008

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Grey's Anatomy star Katherine Heigl may not be the most popular person on the set, or the show's fan sites, given her recent comments about the hit series. But she was named the world's Most Desirable Woman by Askmen.com!

The remainder of the top 10, as ranked by that website, were Alessandra Ambrosio, Kate Beckinsale, Eva Mendes, Jessica Alba, Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Biel, Rihanna, Marisa Miller and Adriana Lima. Not shabby company for Katie.

Here is a little photo gallery of Katherine Heigl - as Izzie Stevens and off the Seattle Grace set - in honor of this distinction. Click to enlarge!

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ugh. gag me. katherine heigl, seriously?

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I find this kind of contest quite pointless. Most desirable? In what sense? I mean, she's gorgeous, yeah, very very pretty, and hot, but that's not everything a desirable woman has to be... Right?

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i heard about this but it was a while ago. A they also had a survey asking people if they agreed and the majority said No.

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