McAfee released its annual list of "most dangerous celebrities" Thursday and supermodel and Project Runway host Heidi Klum topped it.
Of course, McAfee's list was referring to cyber danger and not physical danger (she married the "kiss from a rose" guy, not very intimidating). The list measured each celeb's "dangerousness" by how often a link with their name contained viruses or malware. Klum's links were unsafe a whopping ten percent of the time.
Oddly enough, the most dangerous male equivalent was CNN's Piers Morgan (wtf?). The findings showed that attractiveness was more likely to be exploited by hackers than just names that made headlines-- Charlie Sheen was 59th on the list for instance.
This is why from here on out, I'm training myself to only be attracted to Rosie O'Donnell.