More than 5 million votes were cast internationally, AskMen noted.
"The 2011 Top 99 marks a departure from previous lists -- nearly half of the honorees this year are new, giving us a glimpse of those qualities that a new generation of men find desirable," AskMen's editor-in-chief, James Bassil, said in a statement Tuesday. "This feels especially appropriate given that this is the 10th-anniversary edition of the list -- we're seeing the next wave of Beyonces and Angelina Jolies emerge."
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