The reasons: JLaw's pixie-cut popularity, "shaming" Jack Nicholson after the 2013 Oscars, her starring role in "Hunger Games," that notion that apparently "no heterosexual man is safe from developing a ferocious crush on her" and her near-naked reprisal of Mystique in "X-Men" Days of Future Past" kept FHM paying attention.
The mag, which polls readers to determine its 100 leading ladies, also noted the 23-year-old's "out-cleavaging" of
"She probably trips up on hearing the news, because she's such a big clumsy klutz. Dear God, she's just so lovable," the mag said.
Rounding out the top 10: Britain's "Coronation Street" star Michelle Keegan, pop star Rihanna, "Blurred Lines" model Emily Ratajkowski,
But the tastes of the magazine's readers weren't "all that different" since then, Jude wrote.
"Actress is still the most popular profession. Brits are still the most-voted-for nationality. And the twenties remain your favourite age group. Plus you still rate your royals," he said.
Here's a breakdown of some of notable names on the list:
Movie stars: "Noah's"
TV stars: "Game of Thrones" beauty
Big-time models: Kate Upton,
Royals and royal-adjacent: Kate Middleton's sister
See the full 100 here.