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Hollywood beauty Mila Kunis has been voted the funniest actress of all time. Kunis beat the likes of Jennifer Aniston, 44, and Cameron Diaz, 40, to the top spot on the Empire Cinemas poll, reported Daily Star.world Updated: May 04, 2013 02:48 IST
Mila Kunis voted funniest actress of all time
London: Hollywood beauty Mila Kunis has been voted the funniest actress of all time.
Kunis beat the likes of Jennifer Aniston, 44, and Cameron Diaz, 40, to the top spot on the Empire Cinemas poll, reported Daily Star. The 29-year-old actress has starred in films like 'Ted', 'Friends With Benefits' and voiced the character Meg on 'Family Guy.'
The actress, who is currently dating Ashton Kutcher, has also been named the world's sexiest woman by FHM magazine recently. "Mila Kunis has had a phenomenal year - she's starred in the highest grossing comedy ('Ted') and is the most in-demand Hollywood star right now. She has a great sense of humour and isn't afraid to poke fun at herself.
Klum reveals what it takes to be her perfect man
London: Heidi Klum has revealed that she prefers men who are dressed casually.
The 39-year-old model, who is currently dating her bodyguard Martin Kirsten, told People magazine that she finds his casual style sexy.
"I love straightforward, ripped, washed-a-hundred-times jeans that just fit really well, and a cool t-shirt," she said.
Klum added that she doesn't like a man when he's overdressed or over-styled and rather prefers the rugged look.
New brown fat cell could help fight obesity
Washington: Humans have two different kinds of brown fat cells and not one kind as previously thought, according to researchers at Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
This discovery opens up new opportunities for future medicines that exploit the brown fat cells' ability to consume calories. Unlike white fat cells, which store the body's surplus energy in the form of fat, brown fat cells have the unique property of being able to burn energy and turn it into heat. According to Sven Enerback, who heads the research, this discovery is interesting.
New video shows right way to eat an apple
New York: A new video shows the 'right way' way to eat an apple. According to common practice, there's one way to eat it, and it's down to the core. The clip shows that eating it from the sides is wasteful, and should be eating from the top, the Huffington Post reported. The man gorged nearly halfway through the apple, all without choking on the inedible 'core.' Eating from the top allowed more of the pleasant flesh to encompass the surface of every bite. In fact, we throw away from 15 to 30 percent of every apple. The only thing you have to spit out are the seeds.