Tennis star Andy Roddick's wife Brooklyn Decker, a supermodel-turned-actress, is voted 2010's Sexiest Woman Alive, beating Heidi Klum, Megan Fox and 64 other nominees along the way with an impressive 89% of the 5 millions votes cast.
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Last updated 05:00 19/06/2010
Brooklyn Decker has been voted Sexiest Woman Alive by Esquire magazine. Decker has appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue every year since 2006, and is married to tennis player Andy Roddick.
The blonde supermodel-turned-actress won the coveted title after some five million votes were cast by readers of the men's magazine.
Brooklyn beat off tough competition from the likes of fellow supermodel Heidi Klum, actress Megan Fox and a total field of 64 nominess by receiving an impressive 89 percent of votes cast.
The beauty was thrilled to be honoured with the title and said she has had an especially good year, getting a part in movie Just Go with It alongside Adam Sandler and gracing the cover of the prestigious Sports Illustrated magazine.
"I've had a very lucky year with the Sports Illustrated cover, the new movie, and now this. Let's hope good things come in threes," she gushed.
The 23-year-old swimsuit model also praised nominee Heidi, who just lost out on the title, admitting she can't believe how good the 37-year-old mother of four looks.
"It's not normal to look that good with three full-time jobs and four children," said Brooklyn.
The most beautiful tennis trophy ever is taking home the first-ever Sexiest Woman Alive Madness trophy.
Twenty-three-year-old Brooklyn Decker dominated the veteran Heidi Klum on her home court here this past week in the finals of Esquire's upset-laden, fan-favorite bracket. The blond captured 89 percent of the vote for a championship run nobody — with the possible exception of Seal, who was home taking care of Klum's newborn baby — really saw coming.
Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick's marriage secret (Hint: You do it on an airplane)
June 17, 2010 | 10:35 am
Young, successful, good-looking couples like Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick shouldn't need much elbow grease to enjoy each other's company. Yet the model and budding actress says there is one trade secret to making her marriage work -- and it happens a mile high.
"A lot of planes, a lot of airplane sleep," she tells "Fox & Friends" about how she and Roddick spend quality time with such hectic schedules.
For instance, Decker is pounding the pavement this week promoting her just-wrapped flick "Just Go With It," costarring Adam Sandler and Jennfier Aniston, then she's taking off to join Roddick in London for his shot at Wimbledon glory.
The roundtable also chatted up the model about her recent win in Esquire magazine's Sexiest Woman Alive 2010 poll, in which she triumphed over Heidi Klum for the top spot.
"Please, that woman is superwoman," Decker said of how Klum was taking the loss. "She has like six jobs and a million children and looks like such a bombshell. She's doing just fine on her own."
Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker Waiting to Make Babies
Thu., Jun. 17, 2010 6:00 AM PDT by MARC MALKIN
Courtesy: Ron Angle
We can only imagine what beautiful kids tennis champ Andy Roddick and Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Brooklyn Decker will have some day.
However, Decker says she and her hunky hubby are in no rush to start a family…
"Not to namedrop because that's really lame, but I ran into Fergie one time and she said to me, 'Once you get married, people are going to ask, when are you having babies? So just get ready for it. It's going to be so annoying,' " Decker, 23, told me at the Guys Choice Awards, which air Sunday on Spike TV.
"And she's so right. So my answer is, we're obviously waiting. We're young and we're focused on our careers and being together right now."
The two got hitched a little over a year ago in Roddick's Austin, Texas, home.
Decker said she will spend three weeks with Roddick, 27, in Europe this summer. "I'm just going to be a wife," she smiled. "I'm just going to go and be a wife and be a plain Jane. I'm so excited."
As for that namedropping, it's going to be pretty hard for Decker to avoid if her career keeps going the way it is. She recently shot her first movie, Just Go With It, in Hawaii opposite Jennifer Aniston, Nicole Kidman and Adam Sandler.
"Talk about intimidating," Decker said. "I was shaking. But to have them around you, they were so encouraging. I mean it was my first film and to have them as teachers? You can't top that. So I really had to pep talk myself and say, ‘Use this as a learning experience,' and I did. But yeah, I was shaking."