INTRO
BIGGEST BRIT EXPORT: EMILY BLUNT
INTERNATIONAL SPLASH: ABBIE CORNISH
NEW HOLLYWOOD HEAVYWEIGHT: DANIEL CRAIG
ROYAL HIGH ACHIEVER: ZARA PHILLIPS
COSTUME DRAMA HUNK: RUPERT PENRY-JONES
NEW CLASSICAL SENSATION: EMILIA DALBY
HOTTEST NEW VOICE: LEONA LEWIS
COMEBACK QUEEN: WHITNEY HOUSTON
CELEBRITY PIN-UP: JAMIE DORNAN
SUPERMODEL SENSATION: DU JUAN
ROYAL HIGH ACHIEVER: ZARA PHILLIPS
Former royal rebel Zara Phillips is making all the right headlines as she becomes one of Britain's sporting heroines. Princess Anne's daughter, who once shocked traditionalists when she had her tongue pierced, is only the third rider to win individual gold in the three-day eventing category at both the European championships and World Equestrian Games in 2006. Despite her privileged upbringing, the Queen's granddaughter has worked hard for those prestigious honours - putting in the early starts and rigorous training with her horse Toytown to get where she is.

Now the 25-year-old, whose parents are both former Olympians, has the 2008 Beijing Olympics in her sights, and 2007 will reveal whether she's up to the task. She will have to impress the Olympic selection committee with top performances at Burghley, Badminton and Lexington equestrian events. Those around her, including her proud parents and rugby-playing boyfriend Mike Tindall, no doubt believe that the winner of 2006's Sports Personality Of The Year title has what it takes to get to the very top.

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