• People for the fifth time recognized Julia Roberts the most beautiful woman in the world

  • People magazine named the American actress Julia Roberts most beautiful woman in the world in 2017. On Wednesday, April 19, reported on the newspaper's website.

    The title has 49-year-old artist in a record fifth time. It was first recognized as the most beautiful woman in the world in 1991 at the age of 23 years, a year after the release of her famous film "Pretty woman." "I'm very flattered," commented Roberts choice magazine.

    The most beautiful woman in the world in 2016 People called American actress Jennifer aniston. Components of beauty artist named inner confidence, calm, kindness, and honesty.

    In December 2016, Forbes magazine called most overrated movie in the top ten which also included Julia Roberts. Earlier, in August, the artist was on the eighth place among the highest paid actors according to Forbes.


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