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The Hollywood Sentinel Reveals Top 10 Hottest Models of Our Time

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Models- Hated by Men and Women Alike

Often times the most ridiculed, under-valued, and hated people in the entertainment industry-models, undergo the scorn of society. From envy from other women, who accuse them, sometimes accurately-but often times not-of having eating disorders, from criticism by feminists for perpetuating the alleged degradation of women by the so called 'male gaze,' and from many men, who view them merely as a mindless body and pretty face to look at, use, and throw away; models, whose career came in to existence with the beginning of the printed press, can have it tough.

Even the entertainment industry itself, including agents and managers, often demeans models. Reps that handle actors often dislike models, and actors, whose hard work is often undermined by a pretty face, may find them threatening and therefore, consider them enemies.

While generally perceived as spoiled, rich little brats, who don't roll out of bed before noon for less than a million dollars, the truth is, according to certain labor statistics, most models, the ones that even make any money, don't average much above minimum wage. Yet many models, based on my experience, are often hard working, intelligent young women, pushing their way through school, and sometimes school and work, scraping by, and simply hoping to give themselves and, many hope, maybe even their family, a better life for a cycle that most know is short lived.

Yet when they succeed, models can get paid any where from several hundred dollars on the low end per day, to hundreds, and some times even thousands per hour. To even make a decent full time living at being a model, a model is usually one out of thousands or tens of thousands of other girls who did not make the cut. To be a supermodel, it is one out of hundreds of thousands or even more who tried, while only one made it. Yet it takes constant work, dedication, and yes, artistry, to know how to work their allure and beauty that they were born with.

Having seen literally thousands of models, or those aspiring to be, over the years, I have realized that a part of the essence of the female model that makes her such an object of beauty to society and the media, is the essence of a woman herself. Her beauty, her intelligence, her personality, her charm, her spirit, her confidence, her innocence, and her modern power to push against the patriarchal system that has been set up against her, and use it to her advantage to regain her independence. We may all complain about models at some point (I know I have), but the fact is, the world is a much brighter, prettier, and better place because of models, and so we here salute them.

Top 10 Hottest Models

We give you here in this story at News Blaze below, and in the next issue of The Hollywood SentinelĀ®, in no particular order, our final two models chosen of our top ten list of the most beautiful female models in the world, now living. To see the other first 8 models selected, and a very sexy image of Allesandra, visit our main issue and our archives section of The Hollywood Sentinel in the link below, by clicking on the appropriate buttons on the Table of Contents tab on the left side of this page.

Allesandra Ambrosio- World's Top Beauty

Allesandra Ambrosio; her beauty is timeless. Hailing from the land of another supermodel-Gisele, Allesandra Ambrosio (who claims Italian and also Polish heritage) was born in Erechim, Brazil on April 11th, 1981. She enrolled in a modeling class at the age of 12, and at the age of 14, she was one of 20 finalists for the 1996 Elite Model Look national competition for Brazil. Her first major print job was the cover of Brazilian Elle magazine, and later Guess? Jeans. Work with Revlon, Christian Dior, Giorgio Armani, and Ralph Lauren, followed, as well as the famed artistic nude Pirelli Calendar. She has done runway shows for designers including Prada, Chanel, and Oscar de la Renta among more, and has appeared on many international magazine covers including Cosmopolitan, Elle, GQ, Bazaar, Marie Claire, Glamour, and Vogue among more.

The Rise of Allesandra

In 2004, Alessandra launched her line of swimwear called Alessandra Ambrosio by Sais, which sold out rapidly. In 2004, she was selected as the first spokesmodel for the Victoria's Secret Pink line, and in 2005, she walked the Victoria's Secret fashion show runway which she went on to walk many more times.

Allesandra has done acting work for T.V. including a cameo as herself on HBO's 'Entourage.' She has also appeared on 'The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn,' 'Late Night with Conan O'Brien,' a guest judge on 'Project Runway,' 'The Tyra Banks Show,' and 'How I Met Your Mother.' Her film work includes 'Casino Royale' in 2006, as well as numerous music video shorts that launched on her website and appear on the video sharing site Vimeo.

One of World's Top Earning Models

She was ranked number five in Forbes, for The World's Top-Earning Models in 2011. On August 13th, 2012 she appeared in the London 2012 Olympic Closing Ceremony as part of Rio de Janeiro's Handover show. Her charitable work includes serving as the National Ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The images Allesandra has helped create are stunning, and her sensuality, intensity, and grace as a model is unparalleled. She is unquestionably one of the Worlds Top 10 hottest models of our time.

Advice to Aspiring Models by Model and Talent Manager Bruce Edwin of Starpower Management:

1, Always answer your phone and have a pen and paper ready to take notes. Never ask an agent, manager, or booker if you can call them back to start a conversation after you have just picked up the phone. Talk when you answer the first time.

2, Be professional and polite to all, at all times.

3, Be on time, which means be early. Do not ask to be taken early when you show up early. 15 minutes early is standard.

4, Always be prepared with your hair washed and clean, straight, with no product in unless you are told to, and faced washed and clean with little to no make up on unless told otherwise. Always carry a translucent powder, foundation that matches your skin tone, black eyeliner, mascara options, blood red lipstick, tights, black heels, and a little black dress with straps. Always carry a change back, iron, lint roller, breath freshener, feminine essentials, razor, lotion, and a can of mace or pepper spray. Also always have a Thomas Guide, directions of your go see or job, and working charged navigator and charged smart phone.

5, Keep your phone off during jobs or interviews.

6, Never give out your personal info. except to your agent, manager, or booker.

7, Don't gossip about other girls, crew, designers, or anyone else. It can come back to haunt you.

8, Stay clean and sober, avoid drugs and alcohol. If you smoke, quit.

9, Get plenty of sleep each night, and drink lots of water and bring water with you. Stay well rested and well hydrated.

10, Eat when you are hungry. Don't starve yourself. Eat healthy. Consider going vegetarian. Eat lots of fresh fruit and raw or steamed vegetables and get lots of protein. Take vitamins and avoid pharmaceutical pills which can damage the skin and body.

11, Get jobs and go sees through your agent or manager only, unless they advise you to otherwise, to stay the safest you can be.

12, Have a second income for between jobs until you make it big.

13, Don't take any rejection personally.

14, Never let criticism make you feel bad, especially from those who don't even know you.

15, Get away from any one that tries to put you down or prevent you from pursuing your dreams. Remember, you are beautiful!

Call my office if you want further free advice. Tel: 310-226-7176

www.alessandraambrosio.com
(Works consulted: Alessandra Ambrosio official website, and wikipedia).

-Bruce Edwin

This story is ©2013, Bruce Edwin / The Hollywood SentinelĀ®, all world rights reserved. The office of Bruce Edwin, The Hollywood Sentinel and Starpower Management do not endorse any ads that may appear on or in connection with this story.

Bruce Edwin is editor of The Hollywood Sentinel and President of Starpower Management, the celebrity model and talent firm. Contact Bruce at www.TheHollywoodSentinel.com. Read more stories by Bruce Edwin.

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