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Who is Hotter? Version Italia

It has been a while since I have posted in this segment, but...
Simple
QATFYG?
Who is hotter?

The lady known as "Ruby the Heart Stealer" who has caused an international scandal for possibly having under/age relations with the Prime Minister of Italy, Silvio Berlusconi. She is Moroccan, so I am shocked that I could not find a picture of her in leopard print. And yes she is legal now. Of course, the 70+ Silvio Berlusconi could not wait, and now he stands trial in the Spring.


And yes, she is a real life Ho. In simple terms, she is a MoroccHo.

Or the 2010 Miss Italy Francesca Testasecca..........


Two very different looks indeed.
These two may be the most desired women in all of Italy.

Comments

  1. NEITHER!

    Valeria Golino on the other hand, however, I would hit in a hot second!

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  2. I'd have both of them. they are moderately attractive.

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  3. also, I just happened to remember Martina Stella, who played a crazy 18-year-old bitch in L'Ultimo Baccio, which we watched in Italian class back in 2003. I don't even like blondes, but DAMN.

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  4. MARTA YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES

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