"People" magazine's annual list of the "Most Beautiful People" in the world hits newsstands tomorrow, and country music looks to have a big impact on the issue.See Also:
Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus and Barbara Mandrell are all featured in "Most Beautiful" sections on People.com, indicating they're each featured in the list.
For the average person, it'll likely come as a bit of a relief to discover that some of the most attractive celebrities have the same insecurities as everyone else. Carrie, for example, feels inadequate whenever there's a red-carpet event.
"I feel more beautiful when I see the pictures after," she tells People. "I'm like, 'I wish I had felt like I looked like that when I was actually there.'"
Taylor, in one of her more insecure periods, tried to give herself a bit of a Marilyn Monroe look, though she was a bit erratic with it.
"I went through a period of a week in seventh grade where I would draw on a beauty mark on my face with a black Sharpie," she confessed. "I'd put it in different places — on my upper lip or on my cheek. I don't know what I thought people would think — that I had a travelling beauty mark or something! I realized that was ridiculous and stopped doing it."
Carrie, Barbara and Miley are all repeats. Each of them was in the 2007 "Most Beautiful" issue.
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