Scarlett Johansson has been named Esquire's 'Sexist Woman Alive,' for the second time, receiving the initial honor in 2006, and now seven years later. And, she's the first woman to have a double win.

Johansson, 28, rejoins the ranks of Esquire's other choice sexy women, Mila Kunis, Rihanna, Halle Berry, Minka Kelly, Kate Beckinsdale and other Hollywood bombshells. Besides Esquire giving her two nods as "Sexist Woman Alive," she's also received the title of "Sexist Celebrity" from Playboy Magazine in 2007. In, 2010, GQ named her "Babe of the Year;" and she ranked No. 12 on Men's Health list of "100 Hottest Women of All-Time."

The curvy blonde model, singer and actress with the raspy voice made her film debut in North (1994), playing the daughter of John Ritter's character. Ghost World (2001) was considered her breakout role, where she played an cynical social outcast. She utilized her deep voice to seamlessly slip into adult roles. Lost in Translation, Girl with a Pearl Earring, A Good Woman, Match Point, The Black Dahlia and Vicky Cristina Barcelona got viewers' and critics' attention.

Johannson was able to continue winning compelling roles, one after another, each displaying a different side of the curvaceous actress. And her role as the "The Black Widow" in Iron Man 2 and The Avengers convinced the world of her sex appeal.  

Esquire began annually billing women as "Sexiest Woman Alive" in 2005, originally as a part of the "Women We Love" issues.  "Sexist Woman Alive" issues include full page photo spreads and narrative interviews between an Esquire writer and that year's winner. The Esquire roster of winners of the "Sexist Woman Alive" by year are Jessica Biel (2005), Scarlett Johansson (2006), Charlize Theron (2007), Halle Berry (2008), Kate Beckinsale (2009), Minka Kelly (2010), Rihanna (2011), Mila Kunis (2011) and, again, Scarlett Johannson (2012).