Julia Roberts named World's Most Beautiful Woman by People magazine again

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Julia Roberts has been named the most lovely person in the world for a record fifth time by People magazine.

People's 28th annual "World's Most Beautiful" double-issue will be on newsstands Friday.

The "Pretty Woman" star has been named the most lovely woman in the world by People magazine for a record fifth time, with the honor coming 26 years after she was first singled out for the title. We know that this handsome woman who starred in a movie called Pretty Woman is beautiful-partly because she's already won the award four previous times!

She also admitted that she wasn't aware how much her iconic breakthrough appearance in Pretty Woman was going to launch her career.

Julia is ahead of her BFF George Clooney in the Most Beautiful department, as he's only been "Sexiest Man Alive' twice".

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But if you ask the actress, who recently starred in Money Monster and Mother's Day, she said, "I think I'm now peaking".

Julia Roberts has done it again. She told People, "I remember reading ..."

In an interview with Cagle, the 49-year-old actress talked about her marriage, her three children, and how she's been able to maintain her beauty over the years. Having become an actress by "naïveté" in the late 80s, she always treads the footsteps of film festivals.

Back in 1990, "Pretty Woman" made her a household name in Hollywood.

After reportedly being hospitalized Monday for severe indigestion, Simmons sent greetings Wednesday to "everyone who has shown concern for me and sent their good wishes". "I'm like, 'Ah, he's back!'" Julia joked.

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