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At 50, Sandra Bullock celebrated for ‘decades of hotness’

At 50, Sandra Bullock celebrated for ‘decades of hotness’

A RECORD OF 'HOTNESS:'Sandra Bullock was named the 2014 honoree for the Decade of Hotness prize at the Guys Choice Awards. Photo: Associated Press

Sandra Bullock has been given the ultimate ego boost as she approaches her 50th birthday after she was named the 2014 honoree for the Decade of Hotness prize at the Guys Choice Awards.

The Oscar winner, who will mark the age milestone on July 26, will follow in the footsteps of previous winners Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry and Charlize Theron when she accepts the Spike TV accolade on June 7.

Spike TV executive Casey Patterson tells People.com, “We’ve been courting Sandra so long for this award that she was eventually going to say yes or take out a restraining order.

“We couldn’t be more thrilled to be honoring Sandra Bullock with our Decade of Hotness award. She is as ridiculously talented as she is beautiful and our audience adores her.”

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