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Esquire's Sexiest Woman Alive for 2010

Thursday, October 14, 2010

/ Published by Simon L Infimate
Manila, Philippines: Move over Brooklyn Decker. Tag along Megan Fox and Kelly Brook with you.
Clear the path for the year’s sexiest woman alive — the gorgeous Minka Kelly!
Esquire recently named the 30-year-old stunner, who has some sort of resemblance with Brook and Leighton Meester, as the world’s sexiest woman alive for 2010, besting other notable beauties and getting the opportunity to grace the magazine’s November cover.

Kelly, who is enjoying the company of her boyfriend New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter, thus joined the likes of Kate Beckinsale, Halle Berry, Charlize Theron, Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Biel, and Angelina Jolie who were all named as the magazine’s former sexiest women alive.
“I’ve never done a sexy photo shoot before. I’ve never really honestly tapped into that side,” said the “Friday Night Lights” star in an interview with Esquire. “It was really liberating. It was exciting. I would look at the pictures, like, that’s me?”
The daughter of former Aerosmith guitarist Rick Dufay and late former Las Vegas showgirl Maureen Kelly, Minka has revealed that she has worked as a nurse in Los Angeles to pay the bills while doing modeling jobs on the side.
Actress Minka Kelly became a Los Angeles nurse so she could pay her bills while she was chasing her modeling dreams. The caring star didn’t want to waste time waiting tables while she went for talent auditions and so she spent a year working at a hospital. “I was a receptionist at this doctor’s office and I became friends with this scrub nurse there because I was fascinated by the surgery and I wasn’t squeamish,” she said in a recent video interview with George Lopez on “Lopez Tonight”.
I got fired from that job… and I learned that going to school to be a scrub nurse was just over a year. I became a surgical technician, a scrub nurse… I worked a six-month externship at California Hospital.”
Sharing what she felt about her mom, who was entirely her family while she was growing up, Kelly has this to say:
She would come home at like three, four o’clock in the morning, and sometimes she would have a really great night, and so she would wake me up in the middle of the night and we’d go to Ralphs and go grocery shopping. And that was so much fun. We’d have the whole grocery store to ourselves, and we would have a blast and buy a hundred dollars in groceries. And it was just the best day ever. The best day.
“They were buddies, partners, each doing everything for the other, and their bond got them through the moves, the no money, the new schools, the unfamiliar towns. They were resourceful,” Esquire writes about the special bond between Kelly and her late mother.
“Anyone can struggle. Anyone can want to make it and try to make it and scrape the door down and hustle,” Kelly shares. “But once you become a little bit successful, that’s more challenging to handle than struggle.”
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