Top 10 Bond Babes

Written by Sean Harris These girls put 007 in 00-heaven! Welcome to, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 Bond Babes! For this list, we’ve looked at any female figure in EON Productions’ James Bond Movie Franchise. She can be an assistant to Bond, or an enemy of his – we’re not choosing sides on this one, as long as they’re memorable! Special thanks goes out to our users Trevor J Maguire, IrisFan FanIris, Shakib Ahmed, sarahjessicaparkerth, Shakib Ahmed, Patrick Ransom, Jared Carter, Andrew A. Dennison, Chiki Amil, Cullen Guzik for suggesting the idea over at our suggest tool at http://WatchMojo.commy/suggest.php?ad

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Written by Sean Harris

Top 10 Bond Babes

These girls put 007 in 00-heaven! Welcome to, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 Bond Babes!

For this list, we’ve looked at any female figure in EON Productions’ James Bond Movie Franchise. She can be an assistant to Bond, or an enemy of his – we’re not choosing sides on this one, as long as they’re memorable!

#10: Giacinta ‘Jinx’ Johnson

“Die Another Day” (2002)
Johnson is affectionately nicknamed ‘Jinx’ because she was born on Friday the 13th… But James Bond sure got lucky when he met her! Played by Halle Berry, this NSA agent is hell-bent on capturing the rogue North Korean, Zao. Her mission and her love life intertwine with Bond’s as the spy is searching for the same man. As tough as any woman 007’s ever met, Jinx is well-dressed and well-equipped to kick ass. In a tribute to the first ever Bond Girl, Berry recreates the iconic bikini/dagger/beach scene… and she does it with devastating sexiness!

#9: Colonel Wai Lin

“Tomorrow Never Dies” (1997)
It’s rumored that the James Bond creators have long been looking for a character around whom to base a second but parallel series. Speculation of a spin-off hit an all-time high after Wai Lin’s appearance in the spy series. ‘Tomorrow may Never Die,’ but it can ‘never come to soon’ when Lin is involved. Played by Michelle Yeoh, she’s a Chinese spy, a martial arts master and she has a hold on our hero’s heart. She’ll not yield to Bond’s seduction though, leaving him to fret over the bad guys, and one very good girl!

#8: Anya Amasova [aka Agent XXX]

“The Spy Who Loved Me” (1977)
This is one of the Bond movies with the most straightforward title; Amazova was indeed a ‘spy who loved him’ – or was it the other way around? The pair gets internationally entwined as they each try to hunt the reason for a series of submarine attacks. He’s from England, she’s from Russia; he’s British Secret Service, she’s KGB – relations were always going to be tense, but as Barbara Bach sizzles, Roger Moore appears prepared to get burnt!

#7: Solitaire

“Live and Let Die” (1973)
She’s a psychic, but she doesn’t need her tarot cards to read 007’s mind! Played by Jane Seymour, Solitaire is in the employ of Mr. Big, and in the lustful fantasies of Mr. Bond. She has supernatural abilities and a super-sexy figure – the only problem is that the latter is really jeopardizing the former… Solitaire can only maintain her telepathic powers if she remains a virgin. And with Bond on the prowl, her prophesizing days are very much numbered!

#6: Octopussy

“Octopussy” (1983)
Does she have eight genitalia? Or maybe eight cats? Either way, she’s scored higher on this list than her name would suggest! At #6, Octopussy carves an inviting and iconic figure. Played by Maud Adams, she’s a jewel smuggler and an enjoyer of the finer things. Soon though, she’ll swap the lap of luxury for that of James Bond, as the secret agent and she become embroiled in a classic double-cross.

#5: Xenia Onatopp

“GoldenEye” (1995)
As if Natalya Simonova wasn’t enough eye candy for one film, in “GoldenEye” Bond has to contend with an even more enticing enemy. At #5 we get villainous, as Xenia Onatopp wraps her charm, and her thighs, around her foes. She’s either sexily psychopathic, or psychopathically sexy… No one’s quite sure, but she’s a legendary lady in the Bond franchise. Her ability to bed men and literally sex them to death is quite outstanding… She must do some serious squats at the gym!

#4: Vesper Lynd

“Casino Royale” (2006)
The first of Daniel Craig’s dishy desirables, Vesper Lynd is a good girl, gone bad, gone good, gone bad… Basically, we’re never quite sure whose side she’s on! Played by Eva Green, her initial task is to aid Bond during the poker game around which much of the film is structured. However, she soon proves more valuable than a royal flush, and much more attractive! She has Bond smitten beyond sense, to the point that he even considers retirement!

#3: Contessa Teresa di Vicenzo

“On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” (1969)
George Lazenby sure got things done during his single outing as our favorite secret agent! He is, to date, the only on-screen Bond to get married, and our fine third placer was his blushing bride! Tracy di Vicenzo’s was a tragic back-story – her father was a powerful Corsican crime lord, and her previous marriage brought her nothing but heartache; but for Bond, she was his future happiness. Played by Diana Rigg, Bond vowed to love and protect her, but those are tough promises to keep when you’re MI6’s most valuable man!

"Teresa is a saint; I'm known as Tracy"

#2: Pussy Galore

“Goldfinger” (1964)
The ultimate bad girl gone good; our runner-up is one part villain and one part vixen! She works as one of Auric Goldfinger’s pilots and henchmen – though she’s way hotter than the rest of his cronies! Bond thinks he’s dreaming, but he isn’t… That really is her name, she really does look like that, and upon first meeting her, he really is in a lot of trouble! Played by Honor Blackman, she’s prettiness personified, she’s temptation times twenty, she is Pussy Galore!

James Bond: “Who are you?” Pussy Galore: “My name is Pussy Galore.” James Bond: “I must be dreaming.”

Before we unveil our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions:
- Tiffany Case “Diamonds Are Forever” (1971)
- Mary Goodnight “The Man with the Golden Gun” (1974)
- Melina Havelock “For Your Eyes Only (1981)
- Holly Goodhead “Moonraker” (1979)
- Lupe Lamora “Licence to Kill” (1989)

#1: Honey Ryder

“Dr. No” (1962)
As suggestively named and independent as any that would follow her, our best babe is also Bond’s first… (not counting his original love interest, Sylvia Trench). As played by Ursula Andress, the scene in which she emerges from the ocean wearing a bikini and a dagger is etched into movie history, and into many a frisky fantasy! Within seconds, Sean Connery’s Bond was shaken, stirred, and then shaken some more! She was only looking for shells, but she’d stolen his heart… And ultimately unearthed our gorgeous gold medal!

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