Mila Kunis Sexiest Woman Alive 2012 [Esquire Video And Photo Inside]


Esquire Magazine just named MILA KUNIS or Milena Markovna Kunis in real life, the SEXIEST WOMAN ALIVE OF 2012.

Esquire Magazine features Mila Kunis as the cover girl of their magazine's November issue. At that cover page (shown below), Mila Kunis goes topless only wearing a skintight pants with her bareback and sexy side facing the camera (or the readers of the magazine I should say).

Mila Kunis Sexiest Woman Alive 2012 Cover - Esquire Magazine
Mila Kunis Sexiest Woman Alive 2012 - Esquire.Com - Photograph by Cliff Watts 

Mila Kunis Sexiest Woman Alive 2012 - Topless At Esquire Magazine - Photograph by Cliff Watts

Esquire Magazine November Issue Cover - Mila Kunis Sexiest Woman Alive 2012
Esquire.Com Magazine - November Issue Cover - Mila Kunis - Photograph by Cliff Watts
 According to those people who already saw the magazine and happens to read the Mila Kunis feature, the cover girl shows off her sexy assets along with her brainy side (probably from the answers she gave at the set of questions from Esquire magazine).


Mila Kunis Is the Sexiest Woman Alive - Esquire Video



Here is a cool interview of Mila Kunis via Esquire.Com regarding her life and career: Mila Kunis Is the Sexiest Woman Alive


A little bit of something about the Esquire's sexiest woman alive of 2012.

Mila Kunis was first seen at the 2008 film Forgetting Sarah Marshall as Rachel Jansen. From there, projects for her started to come in, she did the roles of Mona Sax in Max Payne, Solara in The Book of Eli, Jamie in Friends with Benefits, and Lori in Ted.

One of her most notable and memorable role is playing the character of Lily in Black Swan that gave her numerous citations and recognitions worldwide.

And oh about her being a fashionista or face of fashion, she was just signed in as the newest ambassador of Christian Dior fashion handbags campaign for 2012. Amazing right?

Note:
The above photos along with the video are all property and creation of Cliff Watts via Esquire.Com. No copyright infringement intended.

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