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On top of that, her love story with Vieri has been an excellent matter for Italian gossip magazines, as the couple can be awarded a prize for their infinite number of break ups and "get backs" reconciliations.
She got back at the center of the gossip scene, while she was dating George Clooney.
Today, many years later, Michelle Hunziker is still one of the most loved faces on Italian TV.
She hosted many important TV shows, like Striscia la Notizia and Paperissima and recently gave proof of her exceptional skills as dramatic actor, singer and dancer by leading a stage adaptation of "The Sound of Music" and as a comedy actress in the Italian version of Canadian TV sitcom "Love Bugs".
In most cases, they started off their careers as showgirls/dancers in popular tv programmes.
This phenomenon has become such a custom in Italy that these girls were given particular names after the programmes from Probably the most famous of Italian Sexy Women, Monica Bellucci was married to the actor Vincent Cassel, with whom she had two daughers, but divorced in 2013.
Just a glance to the picture in this article and you will recognize her instantly: that picture is all over the internet, and for a good reason.
Manuela Arcuri was born in Anagni, not too far from Rome, and started as a model before becoming an actress and one of Italy's favourite calendar women.She was then 16; it is said that her parents covered the walls of their family-run pizzeria in Riccione with photos of her.Since then she's appeared as co-presenter and guest in numerous tv shows, had photos taken for many calendars, and was perhaps one of the first young women in Italy's show business to have a footballer as boyfriend, AC Milan's Billy Costacurta.She also partecipated in many popular Italian movies, like the "Vacanze di..." series and lent her voice to the character of Gloria, the she-hyppopothamus in Dream Work's "Madagascar" movie.In October 2014 she married the businessman Tomaso Trussardi, from whom she had two children.Like fellow Sardinian Elisabetta Canalis, she became famous as one of the "Veline", the scantly clad dancing assistants in the Striscia la Notizia satyrical newscast.