It would be easy to think that this year’s October girl was selected just because of her semi-Norwegian heritage. You’re wrong. She’s hot! I regret to say that I haven’t had the chance to see her in action in that latest Terminator movie yet, but I guarantee you I will some uneventful Saturday.
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She’s an authentic farm-girl, having grown up in her parents’ fruitfarm in upstate New York. Her personal motto is: "Believe in, and follow your dreams" It will be interesting to see wether she can follow them in our Female of the Year! Here are some of the photos I enjoyed:
That leaves only 2 girls before we commence this year’s election, something I hope will be on the 1st of December. There’s still time to suggest your nominee, if you haven’t done so already.
Shourov from TheVerandah.net sugggested this dazzling beauty for FOY04 September. The great looking Venezuelan babe with the long name is also a participant in this year’s Miss World contest (see her page). She’s a twenty year old student with a life motto of: "No matter how hard things can be, if one perseveres from the heart you can fulfil your goals."
I was unable to find any more information about her on the web, so her Miss World biography is the only confirmed source of pictures. I think the one presented speaks for itself though. Anyway, we congratulate her with her accomplishments, wish her the best in both Miss World 2004 and Female of the Year 2004!
This potential FOY 2004 is 5′ 9 1/2" (1.77 m), which is exactly my height. She was proposed by someone whose name has disappeared thanks to my host deleting all my archived mail. (Another good reason for going Gmail.) But this post is not about mail or names, it is about the South African actress known best for her performance in The Devil’s Advocate and The Italian Job. Trivial facts includes some interesting family details: When she was 15, her father attacked her mother, and her mother shot her father in self-defense. Her father died, and her mother was not charged in the incident. Her rags to richess story is as cut and pasted from the American dream, a failed ballet dancer who soon was discovered by a Hollywood agent.
We’re honored to have her with us, Charlie:)
more great pics at Charlizeonline.com
She appeared in the May 1999 issue of Playboy magazine, and has previously received more than one prize for her beauty, including a rank of 4th most sexiest women by FHM Taiwan in 2001. We wish her the best of luck in our great competition, where eleven others will challenge her for what’s she’s worth.
Oh, and if you haven’t done so already, check out the fresh FOY 2003 page!
Src: IMDB.com page and Charlize Fanclub
We’ve fallen into a habit of only nominating actressess and celebrities, which should arouse discomfort towards a general tendency, which is why the July girl of FOY2004 is an athlete. She’s an excellent tennisplayer, ranked as one of the best in the world, and she was born in Moscow 1981 thus becoming one of the youngest participants of Sigg3 dot net’s Female of the Year ever.. (note one of) Apart from her good looks and great tennis-stats, she’s also known for her loud panting in court:)
The profile at Kournikova.com reveals this about FOY2004’s July girl:
Birthdate: June 7, 1981
Birthplace: Moscow, Russia
Residence: Miami, Florida, USA
Height: 5′ 8 1/4″ (1.73 m)
Weight: 123 lbs. (56 kg)
Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Status: Pro (October 1995)
Thus becoming the most profiled woman of Female of the Year. Some photos
Respective sources: Kournikova.com and Superiorpics.com:)
This year’s June girl is a dashing beauty. I wonder why she wasn’t nominated last year? Mirza, who suggested her, told me it stood between her and last year’s winner Angelina Jolie when he nominated last year.
To me, Salma is a girl we all can relate to. She has not, to my knowledge, played in highly sophisticated creations of art, but thrillingly entertaining action movies such as Desperado and Wild Wild West.
«I keep waiting to meet a man who has more balls than I do.»
She’s a native Mexican, born in Coatzacoalcos in 1966, which undoubtedly is a reason to her famous good looks, but there’s no question about her talent as an actress. We can only wish her the best in the upcoming Female of the Year 2004. Here are some especially selected photos:
The two best webresources to Salma: IMDB’s page and naturally www.Salma.com!
EDIT: Mirza was eager to dispute this post, so I grant him an edit. According to him, one of her latest movies called Frida (read summary) is not a thrilling action-movie, but more in the line of ‘highly sophisticated creation of art’. To me it’s hard to tell, because I haven’t seen the movie. The summary clearly reveals its biographic elements containing artists (and consequently art as well, one should think), but this itself does not create art. I also stick to my "babe" image of her, because in my mind – in my heart, she’ll always be a babe. Sorry for the crude interruption.
Suggested by Sobient. She was born in 1975 and is famous for movies like American Pie 1 & 2 (playing Vicky), Urban Legend and Alone in the dark. I haven’t seen any of these, but that doesn’t keep her from qualifying by her sweet look. Just have a peek at this shot from the Oscar 2004 party.
Adoredcelebrities.com calls her "one of Hollywood’s most promising youngsters". Read more about her on the biography page: Tara Reid – Biography. Also see her IMDB page. Some great pictures of my choosing:
We’re closing in on the Female of the Year 2004 election, but we’re still short of nominees! Call your friends, relatives, mothers and creepy neighbours and ask who they think should be the official Sigg3 dot net femme 2004. Then head back on to the internet and tell me what you’ve come up with!!!
Three new nominations have been accepted, and I will update FOY with them as soon as possible. We still lack five, 5, women though, so I appreciate all help!
Due to the deadline frenzy pushed upon my by matters out of my reach, I’ve forwarded the election-process to December. This is also to let people gather their strenghts around the Sigg3.net FOY election, as it is a compassionate hand out to those voting today (in the US or elsewhere:) and people buissy writing their novels, while I try to get a grip of the latest technical issues of my server.. Stay tuned!
This year’s April girl was nominated by kekePower. April is a special month for me, so it was no doubt when Jolene Blalock was nominated, because she’s a special girl. She plays T’Pol in the Star Trek Enterprise series. Special, all right. Sexy. Which is probably why she was featured in AskMen.com‘s Monday-femmes getting an overall rating at 80/100; "There are few things in life that we can be sure of. Death and taxes are certainly two things we can expect — now we can add another one. Begin a new Star Trek series, add an incredible hottie, and you will get a star on your hands that will be the fantasy of Trekkers everywhere." (Read more)
Most famous quotation: «I think my parents were high when they named me.»
Some great pictures:
What kind of man does she prefer? «I like men who are very cool but also so brilliant that they are almost insane. Sean Penn, Gary Oldman, Tom Waits-men who would be flipping burgers if they hadn’t found an outlet for their brilliant mind-sets. I also like men who have hands with big masculine veins that you can squish and move.»
Congratulations! Now, check out the other girls, or suggest your favourite!!
As we’re closing in on December (two months to go) and we’ve only got 3 nominated females, I’ve decided to do something to get nominations a-flowin’.
Henceforth disregard §4 of The Rules which states that "All suggestions and requests to nominees MUST contain a 50-word explanation of why just this woman should be part of the contest." This rule is hereby removed from the contest, since it seemed it put a block on people’s enthusiasm. I’d still like to quote something from the nominations, so please give a short reason of why your femme should be part of the sacred 12. Now, go ahead and suggest your favourite female!
Due to the lack of incoming FOY nominations Sigg3 dot net has been forced to proceed with desperate measures. This particular nomination is then an exception to the rules. I’d be glad if you could take this a bit more seriously. "The world ends tomorrow and you may die!"
The March girl in our Female of the Year 2004 competition is none other than actress and filmlegend Audrey Hepburn. The 31st of May this year she was crowned to be the most naturally beautiful woman of all time by an expert panel seated in Australia. (Read more about the election and see the list over here)
She was without a doubt one of the most characteristic actresses and women at the time which makes her an obvious choice for nominees. I congratulate with her natural nomination and also being the first deceased participant of Sigg3 dot net’s annual FOY.
Read more about her here.
See some more photos (by google).