05/29/2006 at 01:00 AM EDT
100 MOST BEAUTIFUL
seems to be one of the rare individuals who represents both inner and outer beauty"
I applaud your choice of Angelina Jolie
for the cover. I've always admired her unique spirit and staggering beauty, and I'm happy she has come into her own as a person and a mother. What we do know about her relationship with Brad Pitt
is that these two seem genuinely happy, have formed a beautiful family and are giving of themselves to make real changes for the less fortunate in this world.
as the most beautiful woman? Are you kidding? Doesn't beauty start from within? I'm sorry, but all the humanitarianism in the world can't make up for the fact that she is what she is: nothing more than a home wrecker.
Where was Jennifer Aniston
? How could you have left her out? She may have been replaced in Brad's heart, but she will always be in ours.
Port Charlotte, Fla.
How could you not include Jonathan Rhys Meyers?
... Orlando Bloom
... Johnny Depp
Mitzi L. Heim
... Thandie Newton?
... Monica Bellucci?
John K. Hayden
... Prison Break's Wentworth Miller?
... Joaquin Phoenix?
Carmen M. Albuerne
... Marg Helgenberger?
... Anderson Cooper?
... singer Michael Bublé?
... my wife and Uma Thurman?
LIVING WITH AUTISM
Thank you, Taylor Cross, for being so courageous and open about autism. My son, who is 3, has autism, and it is what makes him special. Your documentary is a wonderful way to show the world that kids with autism are real kids with real feelings. It gives my husband and me so much hope.
My heart and prayers go out to Carnie for her addictions. In my opinion she should have been featured as this year's most beautiful person. May she find peace with her body.
UPDATE: A MYSTERY SOLVED
In our 12/19/05 issue, PEOPLE reported the story of Christina Desforges, 15, a Canadian eighth grader allergic to peanuts who died after kissing her boyfriend, who had eaten peanut butter. Doctors at the time suggested that Desforges, whose story attracted worldwide attention, may have died of an allergic reaction from the kiss. But at a May 11 press conference, Quebec coroner Michel Miron announced that Desforges had not died from an allergy but from a severe asthma attack. An asthmatic, Desforges spent the hours before her death at her boyfriend's house, where he kept a long-haired dog and where friends had smoked, both asthma irritants. And while Desforges's family now knows the truth, that's little consolation for her mother, Nathalie, 36. "After six months," she says, "I want to let Christina go in peace."
Correction In our May 8 issue we stated that basketball player Chris Paul was the favorite for NBA MVP honors. He was the favorite for NBA Rookie of the Year honors. We regret the error.