|By PR Newswire||
|January 7, 2013 05:00 AM EST||
-- Topping celebrities like Heidi Klum and Ivanka Trump, the NY celebrity manager and film producer who even tamed real wolves is viewed as the one woman who's got it all.
NEW YORK, Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A top US lifestyle magazine named German business woman Nadja Atwal from Preetz, Germany the "The Sexiest Power Woman Of All Time" and made her their January 2013 cover star. Atwal (33) even beat out A-list celebrities. The 1.81 meter tall ex-beauty queen is a top celebrity manager & PR-agent who turned unknown models like Joanna Krupa into supermodels. She has also appeared as a style and relationship expert on TV. Atwal who is currently working on her first book, lives in NY with son Alexus (who is also featured in the magazine shoot) and husband Mickey, a young British-Punjabi professor and cancer scientist.
Katarina Van Derham, editor in chief of Viva Glam Magazine, comments on her choice: "We looked at several other candidates including big celebrity names but no one came close. When Nadja enters the room, both men and women notice her equally.
"She exudes confidence, mystery, power, sex-appeal and you immediately want to know who she is. She is not just beautiful and smart but kind as well. Plus she has been doing miracles by turning ordinary women into extraordinary women and stars. Only an extraordinary woman herself could do this."
The German Glamazon who owes her exotic looks to her partially French heritage also produces TV shows and feature films, like the 2011 comedy "Without Men" with Eva Longoria. Asked why so few German actresses are Hollywood stars, she commented: "Unlike the UK, France and Italy who created film goddesses like Rachel Weisz, Monica Bellucci and Marion Cotillard, Germany is not pushing its own glamorous beauties enough."
Atwal's reaction to her new title? "Fantastic. Until recently men were intimidated by powerful women, now only the insecure men are still intimidated - the secure ones are intrigued. Promising development!"
Biggest power moment? "When I took care of wild wolves. They only accepted the owner and me. Being alone with two giant, howling, male wolves at night was intense. I felt like an alpha female," Atwal laughs.
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