Sandra Bullock reacts to being named Most Beautiful Woman of 2015

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Sandra Bullock has just been named the Most Beautiful Woman of 2015. But the 50-year-old star has shown that the honour won't be changing her. The Miss Congeniality star showcased her down-to-earth personality, revealing that she laughed when she heard that she had received the accolade.

"No, really. I just said, 'That's ridiculous,'" she told People magazine, who awarded her the title. "I've told no one."

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Sandra Bullock has been named the Most Beautiful Woman of 2015 by People

Sandra, who has a five-year-old son named Louis, revealed that she felt real beauty didn't come from winning titles or physical looks.

"Real beauty is quiet. Especially in this town, it's just so hard not to say, 'Oh, I need to look like that,'" she added. "No, be a good person, be a good mom, do a good job with the lunch, let someone cut in front of you who looks like they're in a bigger hurry. The people I find most beautiful are the ones who aren't trying."

It's been a successful year for the actress, who stars as the villain in upcoming movie Minions. The brunette beauty earned $51million (£30million) between June 2013 to June 2014, making her the highest paid actress of 2014 according to Forbes.

Sandra saw her pay cheque rocket thanks to her starring role in the Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity, for which she received a best actress Oscar nomination. The sci-fi thriller took $716million at the worldwide box-office, while Sandra’s other film, The Heat, also starring Melissa McCarthy, earned $230million.

The Hollywood actress has also garnered legions of fans for her laidback attitude and good sense of humour. Last year, when rumours of a romance between herself and actor Chris Evans sparked after they were spotted dining together, she quipped that they had already divorced.

“We’ve since married and it started breaking apart, so we separated," she joked. "We filed for divorce, and I hope everyone can respect our privacy."