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Sarah Jessica Parker
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Sarah Jessica Parker has been named the Unsexiest Woman Alive by Maxim magazine.
Access Hollywood
updated 10/26/2007 5:54:00 PM ET 2007-10-26T21:54:00

Charlize Theron and Jessica Alba regularly find themselves among the stars dubbed sexiest in the world.

But which stars unfortunately find themselves at the other end of the beauty spectrum?

The folks at Maxim magazine have revealed their list of the world’s unsexiest women, which includes ladies of the big screen, small screen and the concert stage.

The list, featured in the latest edition of Maxim, dubs “Sex and the City” star Sarah Jessica Parker as the No. 1 Unsexiest Woman Alive, claiming Parker was the “least sexy woman in a group of very unsexy women.”

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Embattled songstress Amy Winehouse found herself in the second spot on the list, with the magazine citing her “translucent skin” and “rat’s nest mane.”

A “cold bedside manner and boyish figure” landed “Grey’s Anatomy” star Sandra Oh in the third spot on the list.

Meanwhile, the Material Girl finds herself fourth on the list, as Maxim dubs Madonna “unsexy” for her “self-righteous bellyaching and rapid postnuptial deterioration.”

The magazine even went as far as to call Madonna “Willem Dafoe with hot flashes.”

And last but not least, coming in at the No. 5 spot on the dubious list is someone who is no stranger to her fair share of recent criticism — Miss Britney Spears.

Contributing to Brit’s “unsexiness,” the magazine cites her two kids, two ex-husbands, a slight weight gain and “losing the ability to perform.”

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