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Rachel Stevens is the 'sexiest woman alive', apparently. -- Pics from www.rachelstevensofficial.com/
The former singer beat the ridiculously sexy Jennifers (Lopez and Aniston) and other lovely ladies in a poll by the magazine.
Rachel Stevens is the “sexiest woman of all time” according to a poll by FHM magazine. Stevens, a former member of the now defunct British pop group S Club 7, was chosen by the magazine’s readers in the “20 sexiest women of all time” poll, beating favourites like Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez, Cheryl Cole and Louise Redknapp.
Stevens, 36, began her career in the entertainment industry as a member of S Club 7, one of Britain’s many bubblegum pop groups in the late 1990s. The group also had its own TV series called S Club 7 In Miami, which had a number of spin-offs that were shown in the United States and subsequently in many other countries.
The group was active for five years and had a string of hits like Never Had A Dream Come True, Reach and Don’t Stop Moving.
Although Stevens’ solo music career never really took off, she has managed to stay in the limelight throughout the years. She had a small role in the 2005 movie flop, Deuce Bigalow: Eeropean Gigolo, opposite American comedian Rob Schneider.
In 2008, she took part in the reality-based dance competition Strictly Come Dancing and came second with her dance partner Vincent Simone.
Stevens is now married to Alex Bourne in 2009 and the couple have two children together.
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