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Top 10: Most desirable women of 2013 [SLIDESHOW]

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Taylor Bigler
Entertainment Editor

Who is the most desirable woman of 2013? Apparently, AskMen.com has a crystal ball or an on-staff psychic, because the men’s site just revealed the 99 most desirable women of 2013 — which, of course, is not the current year.

We’re not quite sure how they know what the future holds, but it’s a great excuse for a slideshow of 10 hot women in skimpy clothing (cough, Kate Upton, cough).

Here are the top 10 “most desirable” women of next year:

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  • 10. Don't know who Australian hurdler Michelle Jenneke is? We don't blame you. She had her 15 minutes of fame during the qualifiers for the London Olympics when she bounced around in a sports bra on international TV before each race. No matter that she didn't even medal during the Games, because when you are attractive nothing else matters, right?
  • 9. "Mad Men's" Jessica Pare wooed the world with her rendition of "Zou Bisou" during the season six premiere, which pretty much solidified her on these types of lists for at least another year.
  • 8. Jessica Gomes? Never heard of her. Does it really matter? She posed topless in Sports Illustrated. So, there's that.
  • 7. Kristen Stewart's cheating scandal didn't seem to make a difference into the minds of Ask Men's voters, because she scored really high on this list.
  • 6. Miranda Kerr is a Victoria's Secret lingerie model, so color us shocked that she is desirable to men!
  •  4. Rihanna seems kind of insane, is dating a guy who once beat the crap out of her, loves to photograph herself doing drugs and is a multimillionaire. Apparently, all of these qualities make her desirable.
  • 3. Kate Upton was slighted on a recent list of the most Google-searched women on the Internet, but she is rightfully at the top of this most desirable list.
  • 2. Blah, blah, blah Mila Kunis lingerie.
  • 1. Not only is Jennifer Lawrence getting a reported $10 million raise next year for "The Hunger Games" sequel, and now she is considered for the ENTIRE year. So things are really looking up for Ms. Lawrence in 2013.

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