Inspired by Harper's Bazaar 's tribute to history's most annoyingly handsome men , here is the definitive, irrefutable list of the women who deserve the same accolade. For her turn in 12 Years a Slave , Nyong'o won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar becoming the first African actress to win the award and the first Kenyan actress to win an Oscar of any kind. It also happened to catapult her to the top of every magazine in the world's 'best-dressed' and 'most beautiful' lists, where she has remained ever since. Lively's breakthrough role came in teen drama Gossip Girl , during the filming of which she dated her onscreen boyfriend - life imitating art and all that. She's since appeared in multiple films including an impressive performance in The Shallows and married Ryan Reynolds. A lucky man.
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Ever since entering the fashion industry, Ashley Graham has become a poster girl for body positivity — and that hasn't changed since she welcomed her first child earlier this year. The model, who is mum to nine-month-old Isaac, shared a nude image to her Instagram account over the weekend which celebrated her "big, strong, beautiful body". Graham shared a mirror selfie, where she was posing naked, with the caption: "Nakie big girl. In the comments section, she interacted with a fan, who said: "I hate that this is seen as 'big girl'. I see nothing but a beautiful, naturally curvy woman in all her glory Graham responded with: "I hear what you're saying.
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