Hottest female Oscar winners – Oscar season is upon us, so that means one thing: obligatory lists about the top Academy Award winners of all time. Here at The Richest, we are no different, but we do have our own twist. While many people would find it tempting to compare Best Picture or Best Director, we, instead, choose to focus on what’s really important: who is the hottest Oscar winner of all time?
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While this loaded question may not be possible to answer, since everyone’s tastes are different, we can certainly narrow the field down to the top 15. From Grace Kelly’s classic beauty to Jennifer Lawrence’s girl-next-door quality, we’re going to count down the most beautiful faces to ever grace the silver screen. To keep things relatively fair, we’re going to list these buxom beauties in chronological order. This is to prohibit anyone from disputing who is actually hotter, Catherine Zeta-Jones or Penelope Cruz and instead leave it to your imagination.
15. Penelope Cruz – Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008)
Earlier, we remarked at how Catherine Zeta-Jones’ accent makes her sexier than she would be without one. In Penelope Cruz’s case, that sentiment is repeated twofold. There’s nothing quite like a beautiful Latin woman with a thick, Spanish accent. Coupled with her exotic good looks, and you have a force to be reckoned with. This Spanish Enchantress made a name for herself in her native Spain for years before becoming noticed in the States. It wasn’t until after working with the legendary Pedro Almodovar that she gained international fame. Since then, films like Vanilla Sky (a remake of a Spanish film also starring Cruz), the latest Pirates of the Caribbean, and now the second Zoolander, means that this Latin beauty is here to stay. She won her Oscar for her performance in the critically acclaimed Vicky Cristina Barcelona.
Fun Fact: Cruz is only the second Spanish actor to be nominated for an Oscar, the first being her husband, Javier Bardem, who also co-starred in Barcelona.
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