Last month, Esquire magazine kindly put together a 64-team bracket for its readers' pleasure. Instead of college basketball teams, however, this bracket was comprised of "Sexiest Women" in four "regions": Music/Fashion, Sports, Movies, and Television.
We may not be college basketball fans here at the Cheese Fry, but the same cannot be said of "sexiest women." An interesting exercise. If you're forced to choose between only two things, the choice can sometimes be rather surprising. Also interesting: many of the names Esquire put into the running are women we'd never heard of.
Beyonce def. Gisele Bunchen
Brooklyn Decker def. Carrie Underwood
Serena Williams def. Erin Andrews
Anna Kournikova def. Daniela Hantuchova, whoever she is
Rachel McAdams def. Jennifer Aniston
Eva Longoria def. Paula Patton
Christina Hendricks def. Minka Kelly
Olivia Munn def. Ginnifer Goodwin
Beyonce def. Brooklyn Decker
Serena Williams def. Anna Kournikova
Eva Longoria def. Rachel McAdams
Christina Hendricks def. Olivia Munn
Eva Longoria def. Beyonce
Christina Hendricks def. Serena Williams
Christina Hendricks def. Eva Longoria
What does this tell us? That the Cheese Fry should be enjoying a lucrative job working as an editor at Esquire. One month after conducting this pointless exercise, Esquire named Christina Hendricks sexiest woman alive. We've already mailed them an invoice for our consulting services.