The (Most) Beautiful People Are Back!

Actress Halle Berry arrives for the 75th annual Academy Awards Sunday, March 23, 2003, in Los Angeles. Berry, last year's best actress winner, will be a presenter during the show.
People magazine is at it again with its annual list of the 50 most beautiful people in the world. Halle Berry, Ben Affleck and Julia Roberts are among those who made the cut.

It is the seventh appearance on the list for Berry, who graces the cover of the beautiful people issue that comes out on Friday.

The 34-year-old actress says she works out daily with a treadmill and weights, and maintains a strict diet of chicken, fish, vegetables, brown rice and tabbouleh.

"I'm not obsessive, like I have to have the best butt or the best abs, but I like the idea of feeling strong and healthy," says Berry, who co-stars in the upcoming "X-Men" sequel. "It's important to feel good about myself physically. It's something I think about."

Julia Roberts is on the "Most Beautiful" list for a record eighth time. Also appearing this year are Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez, twin teen stars Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest, singers Norah Jones and Usher, and basketball player Tony Parker of the San Antonio Spurs.

Here's the complete list:

Ben AFFLECK, (Daredevil)
Eva AMURRI, (The Banger Sisters, Saved)
Halle BERRY, (Die Another Day)
George CLOONEY, (Confessions of a Dangerous Mind)
Daniel DAY-LEWIS, (Gangs of New York)
Leonardo DICAPRIO, (Gangs of New York, Catch Me If You Can)
Colin FARRELL, (The Recruit)
Salma HAYEK, (Frida)
Kate HUDSON, (Almost Famous, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days)
Hugh JACKMAN, (X-Men 2, Van Helsing)
Nicole KIDMAN, (The Hours)
Diane LANE, (Unfaithful)
Derek LUKE, (Antwone Fisher)
Steve MARTIN, (Bringing Down the House)
Julianne MOORE, (Far From Heaven, The Hours)
Susan SARANDON, (The Banger Sisters)
Reese WITHERSPOON, (Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde)
Catherine ZETA-JONES, (Chicago, Intolerable Cruelty)

Jennifer ANISTON, (NBC's Friends)
Carlos BERNARD, (FOX's 24)
Andrew DAN-JUMBO, (carpenter on TLC's While You Were Out)
Liz CHO, anchor (ABC's World News Now)
Mark FEUERSTEIN, (NBC's Good Morning Miami)
Tina FEY, (NBC's Saturday Night Live)
Jennifer GARNER, (ABC's Alias/MOVIE - Daredevil)
Katie HOLMES, (WB's Dawson's Creek)
Ashton KUTCHER, (FOX's That '70s Show, MTV's Punk'd)
Peter KRAUSE, (HBO's Six Feet Under)
Eric McCORMACK, (NBC's Will & Grace)
Ashley OLSEN
Mary-Kate OLSEN
Ryan SEACREST, (FOX's American Idol)

Tony PARKER, basketball player (San Antonio Spurs)
Gary STEVENS, jockey

Christina AGUILERA, (multiplatinum CD - Stripped)
Angella AHN, classical musician
Lucia AHN, classical musician
Maria AHN, classical musician
Chilli, singer (TLC) Eve, rapper & actress (Barbershop)
Norah JONES, singer (debut CD - Come Away with Me)
Queen LATIFAH, singer & actress (Chicago, Bringing Down the House)
Jennifer LOPEZ, actress & singer
Lisa Marie PRESLEY (CD - To Whom It May Concern)
Britney SPEARS, singer
Usher, singer

Farruquito, flamenco dancer
Nancy IVES, nonprofit executive
Daniel SUNJATA, Broadway actor in Take Me Out