Bindi Irwin 'honoured' to make MAXIM HOT 100 list


LATEST: BINDI Irwin has shared her thoughts on being named number eight in the 2016 Henley's MAXIM HOT 100 list.

The Australian men's magazine included the Wildlife Warrior in the annual coundown of Australia's most beautiful, successful and talented women, just months after Bindi turned 18. 

On Instagram Bindi said words couldn't describe how honoured she felt to be included in the list. 

"My goal in life is to empower each and every person around the world to embrace themselves inside and out," she said.

"Beauty is not just found on the outside, it's the kindness you share with others and the positivity you embrace every day.

"If your core values revolve around love and light, you are a beautiful person."


EARLIER: THE Sunshine Coast's own Bindi Irwin has been named among Australia's most beautiful, successful and talented women, in the 2016 Henley's MAXIM HOT 100 list.

The Australian men's magazine released it's countdown this week, with Bindi in the number eight position.

The Australia Zoo Wildlife Warrior, who turned 18 just three months ago, has been in the spotlight her whole life, but made a splash this year on the set of Dancing with the Stars in the US. 

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The entry on Bindi in the magazine's pages carries a playful warning for her boyfriend, wakeboard Chandler Powell. 

"Some advice mate - when your girlfriend's family owns a pit of crocodiles, you'd best be doing what she says," it reads.

Australian stars like Jennifer Hawkins, Sia, Miranda Kerr, Jessica Mauboy and Margot Robbie, also made the list. 


MAXIMUM HOT 100 top 10

1. Margot Robbie

2. Jessica Marais

3. Delta Goodrem

4. Jennifer Hawkins

5. Renee Somerfield

6. Miranda Kerr

7. Olympia Valance

8. Bindi Irwin

9. The Veronicas

10. Ruby Rose



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