Sofia Vergara Named Most Desirable Woman of 2012

“Modern Family” star nabs top spot in AskMen’s annual list of beauties; Miranda Kerr, Rooney Mara, Kate Upton and Kim Kardashian also score top honors.

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    Actress Sofia Vergara at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles. Vergara has men named the most desirable woman of 2012 by AskMen.com

    Men worldwide have just proven they don’t have to understand a woman to love her.

    Fresh off a new Cover Girl commercial with Ellen Degeneres, where the daytime talk show host pokes fun of the Columbian’s thick, yet sultry accent, Sofia Vergara has been named by AskMen.com as the most desirable woman of 2012.

    In addition to her role on “Modern Family” and as a Cover Girl, the 39-year-old also has a Diet Pepsi ad to die for. Sporting killer curves, luscious lips and a mega-watt smile, the Colombian-born entertainer has quickly become one of the most noticeable personalities on television. Her growing reputation as a down-to earth, quirky and hilarious personality gives her an almost Lucille Ball-like presence, but lets be fair: Lucy never left men drooling the way Vergara does.

    Vergara’s win comes against some big time competition. Model Kate Upton was the runner-up, while “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” co-star Rooney Mara came in third and Victoria Secret model Miranda Kerr in fourth. Rapper Nicki Minaj rounded out the top five. Actress Emma Stone was a surprise at number six, but yearly favs Scarlett Johansson Kim Kardashian ranked seventh and eighth. Singer Rihanna placed ninth and another Victoria Secret Model, Candice Swanepoel, came in tenth.

    This was a year for new faces and younger ones, as Selena Gomez and Emma Watson ranked 14th and 17th. Tina Fey, fresh off a #36 ranking last year, dropped to number 97, while maturing bombshells the likes of Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Anniston were left off the list all together.

    Check out a slideshow of the full list here.

    Suggested Reading: AskMen