Margot Robbie has made history after being the only woman to top MAXIM's Hottest 100 two years in a row, making this the fourth time the 33-year-old has topped the list.
"Our annual HOT 100 is a legacy list that has evolved over the past dozen years. In 2023 it continues to celebrate the outstanding Australian women who have influenced, impressed, or impacted us with their aptitude, intellect, humour, headlines, sassiness, and overall incredible talents," MAXIM’s editor-in-chief Santi Pintado shared in a statement.
"This year the definitive list of Australia’s most influential, successful, powerful, newsworthy, talented, and beautiful women features an eclectic mix of high-profile names such as Margot Robbie, The Matildas, Delta Goodrem, Kylie Minogue, Sophie Monk, Penny Wong and many more," he added.
"From athletes to actresses, comediennes to TV personalities, musicians to politicians and news presenters to models and influencers, the 2023 Ultra Tune MAXIM HOT 100 list covers a fantastically diverse field that won’t disappoint our loyal followers and all Australians alike."
Margot's had quite the year, with the release of one of the biggest films of all time, Barbie, so it comes as little surprise that she'd take out the crown.
Coming in second is Australia's favourite soccer player, Sam Kerr, followed by Delta Goodrem, Sophie Monk, G Flip, Jessica Mauboy, Kaylee McKeown, Ariarne Titmus, Abbie Chatfield and Evelyn Ellis.
The Matildas are well represented with Mackenzie Arnold, Caitlin Foord, Mary Fowler, Hayley Raso, Ellie Carpenter and Cortnee Vine also appearing on the list.
Other stars on the list include Sarah Snook, Olivia Frazer, Rose Byrne, Rebel Wilson, Celeste Barber, Nicole Kidman, Natalie Barr, Allison Langdon and Sarah Abo.
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