10 Beauties and Hotties at 25 (People Magazine 2011)

The Red Riding Hood star may be the face of Clé de Peau Beauté cosmetics, but off-camera Seyfried's secret to looking her best is simple. "I don't dye my hair, and I can go without makeup," she tells InStyle. "Waxing my legs is pretty much the only thing I have to maintain."
The 25-year-old star of FOX's freshman series Breaking In has already earned her place on the red carpet – alongside newlywed husband David Annable of Brothers & Sisters – thanks to her Cuban-born mom. "My mother always said to go classy, simple, and understated," she told InStyle.
Motherhood has definitely mellowed the former Playboy Playmate and current Dancing with the Stars contestant. "Now that I'm a mom, my definition of beauty has changed so much," Wilkinson tells PEOPLE. "Getting makeup and hair ready isn't my No. 1 anymore. What comes first is my baby."
While Twi-hards can't get enough of Pattinson – or his waxen face – the British star who's played vampire Edward Cullen since 2008 is done with the look of the undead. "I'm so sick of my own pallid, gray complexion," he's said. "Having that makeup put on every single day, as soon as you get it taken off, it's like, 'Oh, you do look normal. You look healthy now.'"
With her stunning features and model figure, the From Prada to Nada actress is a favorite among fashion designers (she walked the runway for Alberta Ferretti in January). But the California native says the key to her sartorial success is simply her willingness to take risks. "I'm always taking chances," she told Lucky of her sense of style. "It must be the Brazilian in me."
Though the former Hills star turned designer is admired for her effortless SoCal style, Conrad admits she works hard to look – and feel – good. "About a year ago, I looked down and thought, 'I have cellulite. Where did that come from?'" she told Glamour. "I work out and eat healthy, so mostly [I'm]] about being in shape and having energy."
As the genteel Nate Archibald on Gossip Girl, Crawford is a study in physical perfection. (After all, PEOPLE did name him the Hottest Bachelor of 2009.) But this Texan is as chilled out as his down-home upbringing. "I like to keep things simple," the actor, who'll appear in the upcoming family dramedy Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding, told CosmoGIRL!, "from what I wear to who I'm friends with."
"I'm just really confident sexually, and I think that sort of oozes out of my pores," Fox joked to Esquire of her bombshell persona. "It's something I don't have to turn on." Who would expect any less from the sultry star of Emporio Armani Underwear's barely-there ad campaign?
With her classic good looks, it's no wonder Agron plays queen bee Quinn Fabray on Glee. But the blonde beauty, who turns 25 on April 30, says her own high school experience was much more clueless. "I knew nothing about makeup and hair," she told PEOPLE. "I wore all the wrong colors and plucked my eyebrows too much."
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Though the self-deprecating Transformers hunk once joked he looks "like Garry Shandling," there's no denying LaBeouf's hot factor. Just ask his two-time leading lady Megan Fox. "He is magnetic," she told InStyle. "He has those big, unassuming, puppy-dog eyes.

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With her big eyes, full lips and brunette waves, Anne Hathaway has drawn comparisons to Hollywood's Golden Era star Judy Garland. Even more uncanny, the 28-year-old can hold a tune with the best of them – check out her amazing rendition of Les Misérables' "On My Own" at this year's Oscars! No wonder Hathaway, who gamely spoofed The Wizard of Oz on Saturday Night Live in January, has been tapped to play Garland in an upcoming biopic of the star's troubled life.
Cover girl Jennifer Aniston channeled larger-than-life diva Barbra Streisand for a Harper's Bazaar photo shoot based on Streisand's iconic film moments – right down to the long nails and signature '60s coif! – in September 2010. Babs's take on the shots? "I think she did a wonderful job!" the fellow New Yorker gushed, before adding, "if only she had a bump on her nose!"
For her big-screen debut in Austin Powers in Goldmember, Beyoncé stole the show as Foxxy Cleopatra – a cheeky 'froback to '70s blaxploitation queen Pam Grier (Foxy Brown). "My mother is a Pam Grier fan," the 29-year-old told Jay Leno of her inspiration for the role. "And I went and watched all [her] movies. And now I'm a huge fan."
For a moment, it looked as though the public would never get to see Katie Holmes step into the formidable shoes of Jackie O. in The Kennedys, but the miniseries based on the famous First Family is finally showing just how much work the 32-year-old star put into the role. "[It] was overwhelming because she is such an icon, so I did a lot of research," Holmes tells EW. "It furthered my adoration."
Her most famous collaborator, Pedro Almodóvar, told the New York Times in 2009 that Spanish muse Cruz belongs to the Mediterranean school of acting – carnal, gutsy, cleavage-heaving, loud – a style mastered by Italian screen goddess Sophia Loren. When Cruz got to work with Loren that same year on Nine, she gushed to Interview of her screen idol, "She looks like a goddess."
Halle Berry's connection to the first African-American Best Actress Academy Award nominee runs much deeper than just skin deep: Berry played Dandridge in a TV biopic based on her life, for which she won an Emmy and a Golden Globe in 2000. Two years later, when Berry became the first African-American to win a Best Actress Oscar (for Monster's Ball), she paid a touching tribute to the '50s-era pioneer.
It makes perfect sense that the Cambridge-educated British actress, known for her brains and beauty, has been in talks since 2009 to star as '40s movie Hedy Lamarr (famed for starring in Cecil B. DeMille's Samson and Delilah). The biopic will shine light on the Hungarian's second, notable career as an accomplished scientist whose invention guided World War II torpedoes by radio control.
With her golden pin-curls and signature red lips, Gwen Stefani has long drawn inspiration from original platinum blonde star Jean Harlow. Their remarkable likeness didn't go unnoticed by Martin Scorsese, who cast the No Doubt singer as the '30s screen siren in the 2004 Howard Hughes biopic The Aviator. "[Scorsese] gave me my first role in a major film, Howard Hughes gave Jean Harlow her first big lead role," Stefani marveled to MTV about the parallels between her and Harlow.
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10 World's Most Beautiful 2011(People Magazine)

Jennifer Lopez! Zac Efron! Eva Longoria!
See which A-listers and new faces made this 2011 list

"Rarely am I left speechless, but I feel honored," says Lopez of topping PEOPLE's Most Beautiful list of 2011. But at 41, the singer-actress has earned her status as a beauty icon, something she says that family – husband Marc Anthony and twins Emme and Max, 3 – has taught her. As for looking glam week in and week out on American Idol, Lopez says, "I don't want anybody thinking it's easy. It does take time and it's hard work. HDTV wide-screen is nobody's friend!"
Those abs! Those pecs! That chest! No wonder the newly single star also topped PEOPLE's Most Amazing Bodies list last year. But the 23-year-old is more than mere eye candy. Efron, who's currently filming the A-list ensemble New Year's Eve, tells PEOPLE, "I think it's important to remember to live in the moment and enjoy every day to the fullest."
Dressed in a custom-designed Monique Lhuillier blush-hued gown, Witherspoon, 35, "took your breath away," a guest at her April nuptials told PEOPLE. Husband Jim Toth, 40, is certainly a big reason why the A-lister can't stop smiling these days. "He's wonderful," the Water for Elephants star tells Vogue. He's just a really great guy, and I feel really lucky."
Being well-endowed since sixth grade, the blonde bombshell points out that "there's no way to hide them as much as you want to bandage your boobs down." Simpson, 30, has since learned to embrace her chest as her "best accessory," telling PEOPLE, "Now I can make my way in and out of parking tickets: Show the girls and give a wink!"
Moore's musician husband Ryan Adams likes her makeup-free, but the actress tells PEOPLE, "I'm a product junkie. I love playing with makeup." Though the 27-year-old Tangled star admits she may not be "particularly good at putting on my own makeup," there's one thing she can do without blinking an eye: "I'm an expert at curling my lashes without a mirror."
Her good looks and fashion sense made Holmes a natural choice to play Jackie O. in the TV biopic The Kennedys. But the 32-year-old star mom felt a connection to the former First Lady that was more than skin deep. "She had so much strength. ... I loved her love of family, how important it was for her to be a good mother," Holmes told Elle.
Now that she's in the "best shape of my life," the size 4 Weight Watchers spokesmodel and busy mom (to 20-month-old David) is working on getting her beauty rest. "Between working and keeping up with my son, I can't say that I get too much sleep," says Hudson. "One of the greatest luxuries I am afforded is a solid eight hours every once in a while!"
"I started out modeling, so this is the pinnacle," Lutz told PEOPLE of his Calvin Klein underwear ads. So what makes the Twilight star such an irresistible pitchman (besides his pecs)? "I have dimples, so thank the Lord I was blessed with something I could use to look like a little beggar," the 26-year-old tells PEOPLE.
Looking good is all in your "attitude," says Delany. And good habits: The 55-year-old sticks to a diet of mostly fish and vegetables and does yoga five days a week, though the self-proclaimed hedonist admits a weakness for good wine. The payoff? "I just learned that my Body of Proof role was written for a 35-year-old, but they offered it to me," Delany tells PEOPLE.
At 22, the Easy A star is already being called the new face to watch. With that label also comes the pressure of staying thin in Hollywood. "I’d be crazy to sit here and tell you that I’ve never thought about it," Stone, who can next be seen in this summer's Crazy, Stupid, Love, told Glamour. "[But] I never can beat myself up about it ... You’re a human being, you live once and life is wonderful, so eat the damn red velvet cupcake."
To see who else made PEOPLE's Most Beautiful 2011 list, pick up this issue, on newsstands!
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