By Sonya Magett, EnStarz | Jan 17, 2013 03:12 PM EST
GQ put together its list of the "100 Hottest Women of the Century" for its February 2013 issue.
The magazine features Beyoncé on the cover, who topped the list and was dubbed "Miss Millennium."
The list includes celebrities and non-celebrities that caught people's attention since 2000. GQ admitted it was a presumptuous to come up with this list considering that there are still 987 years left in the century, but the magazine explained that in the last decade they have "already witnessed a flurry of sultry women and smoldering, jaw-dropping on-screen moments."
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The standouts on the list include Frieda Pinto ("Slumdog Millionaire") Ziyi Zhang ("Crouching Tiger, Hidden, Dragon" and "Memoirs of A Geisha") and Monica Bellucci ("Passion of the Christ").
The rest of the list featured the usual candidates: Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Aniston, Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, Christina Hendricks, Jennifer Lawrence and Gisele Bundchen. There were some surprises - Canadian actress Elisha Cuthbert, British actress Sienna Miller, Marisa Tomei, JWoww and the women in the movie "Sin City."
The biggest surprises were the non-celebrity women who made headlines for various controversies: Ashley Dupre' (the prostitute hired by disgraced New York politician Eliott Spitzer,) Anna Chapman, the Russian spy who was discovered living a normal life in an American suburb, and Paula Broadwell, the mistress from the David Petraeus cheating scandal.
GQ also listed names in unique categories- "the sexiest spouse" and "hottest blue chicks" - asked questions such as "Is Katy Perry hotter with exploding boobs or as a perverted Muppet?" and had a list of their favorite Jessicas - Simpson, Biel, Alba and more.
Enstars reported that GQ released a behind-the-scenes video of Beyonce's cover photo shoot that took place in her home. She revealed one of her bedroom secrets in the footage; the "Bootylicious" singer admitted that she listens to raunchy songs to get her in the mood to make love to her husband, rapper Jay-Z. She cited one song in particular: "Make Love to Me" by Rick James.
"If I'm scared, be scared, allow it, release it, and move on," Beyoncé said in the video. "I think I need to go listen to 'Make Love to Me' and make love to my husband."
GQ magazine's February 2013 issue arrived on newsstands on Jan. 15.
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