Kristen Stewart Voted Ugliest Actress by British Men

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Poor Kristen Stewart. Not only has she reportedly lost Robert Pattinson for good, but now it seems that every other man in the UK hates her guts. In a recent poll conducted among males across the pond, the Twilight heroine was voted the ugliest female star in Hollywood. Ouch. Who conducted that poll? Better yet, who was in charge of tallying up the results. Liberty Ross? Assisted by Robert Pattinson’s sisters?

According to Perez Hilton, a spokesman for the poll revealed that the Englishmen’s antipathy toward KStew had more to do with what they seemed to consider her “ugly” attitude rather than actual homely facial features.

“They were turned off by volatile and moody actresses,” the pollster revealed, ‘as well as ice queens. And they don’t want to see unhealthily skinny starlets on the big screen.”

Ouch.

Oh well, at least Kristen Stewart had some famous company on the list of famous uglies. Sara Jessica Parker came in second after KStew with the always scintillating Lindsay Lohan taking third place. Oddly enough, former Bond girl Denise Richards was fourth. Go figure. Maybe the Brits just don’t like any woman who’s been too close to Charlie Sheen. Kirsten Dunst, Mischa Barton, and two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank took places five through seven. Hey, talent doesn’t erase ugly–at least not in women. Eighth place was occupied by Lucy Liu who was the only non-Caucasian women to make the diss list. Unlucky number nine was England’s own Tilda Swinton. And, inexplicably enough, Uma Thurman rounded out the list at number ten.

So, there you have it. What do you think of the ugly list? Do you agree with the British men’s decisions?

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Hope Carson is the author of 2 books: A Roaring Girl: An Interview with the Thinking Man’s Hooker and A Thousand and One Night Stands: The Life of Jon Vincent. You can follow her on Twitter.

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