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Last Updated: Friday, 9 January, 2004, 11:23 GMT
Kidman tops Tussauds movie poll
Nicole Kidman
Kidman beat Renee Zellweger and Julia Roberts in the survey
Nicole Kidman has been named favourite movie star by visitors to Madame Tussaud's waxworks museum in London.

The Cold Mountain star beat Renee Zellweger and Julia Roberts in a poll of 1,200 customers at the popular tourist attraction.

Graham Norton was named top TV star, while Justin Timberlake came first in the pop star category.

Model Jordan was awarded the title of most pointless celebrity in the survey carried out towards the end of 2003.

Jordan was selected ahead of Big Brother finalist Jade Goody and singer Britney Spears.

The most pointless celebrities are those who get famous for things that aren't anything to do with their own talent
David Howe, Chelmsford

Beckham toppled

Pop Idol presenters Ant & Dec and EastEnders actor Shane Richie were also named in the TV category, while Kylie Minogue and Robbie Williams trailed Timberlake in the pop vote.

Rugby star Jonny Wilkinson toppled footballer David Beckham as most popular sports personality in the annual poll.

Beckham also failed to defend his top spot as most fancied man - overtaken by actor Brad Pitt, with George Clooney at two.

US President George Bush was picked as most feared person, followed by Prime Minister Tony Blair and al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden.

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