Hot black girls come in all shapes and sizes, so here are the hottest black women, along with links to the sexiest pictures of them on the internet, and a little information on who these beautiful black women are.
This is a list of famous, hot African American women ordered from hottest to least hottest (yet still incredibly hot). It, controversially, includes one non-African American woman who is a very prominent black actress, that will fight you to the death if you say she's otherwise.For more hot pics of chicks on this list, check out these collections of Nicki Minaj hot pics and Zoe Saldana sexy photos.
Gabrielle started her career in small roles on teen movies like "10 Things I Hate About You" and "Love and Basketball". She made her major debut in "Bring it On" starring alongside Kirsten Dunst.
She turns 40 in late 2012, so she just barely makes the cut.
You might recognize Jessica Lucas from her roles on shows like "The L Word", "She's the Man" and "CSI:" Of course, you could also recognize her as the girl that a dude risks not only his life, but those of his friends as well to save from a monster in "Cloverfield". I don't blame him though. I would risk my best friend's life for her too.
You might recognize Paula Patton from her recent role as the sexy super spy, Jane Carter in that movie with establishing shot music that was borderline racist, "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol".She has also been in films like "Precious", "Swing Vote" and "Idlewild". God damn.
You know who she is. But today you might learn something about her and why she really does belong among the hottest black girls in show business.
Breaking on the scene as a dancer in "Center Stage", a pirate in "Pirates of the Caribbean", Uhura in "Star Trek" and a Na'avi in "Avatar", Zoe Saldana has been one of the most prominent black actresses in Hollywood... but one thing has been controversial about her throughout her entire career...
Zoe Saldana's ethnicity is not African American or in other words, she's "not black". But don't tell her that or she'll fight you to the death. This is how she explains it:
When I go to the D.R., the press in Santo Domingo always asks, "¿Qué te consideras, dominicana o americana?" (What do you consider yourself, Dominican or American?) I don't understand it, and it's the same people asking the same question. So I say, time and time again, "Yo soy una mujer negra." ("I am a black woman.") [They go,] "Oh, no, tú eres trigueñita." ("Oh no, you are 'dark skinned'") I'm like, "No! Let's get it straight, yo soy una mujer negra." ("I am a black woman.")"
So there you have it. Who the hell am I to argue? She is hot as hell.
She's played many black characters, including the first Sci-Fi character of African descent in the history of fiction (Uhura in Star Trek), yet her parents are Dominican American and Puerto Rican.In addition to this, she's becoming quite the action star and seems like an all-around cool chick, participating in some of the nerdiest movies in recent memory, from comic book adaptation The Losers, to Star Trek and even being featured in that movie about blue aliens that let us all know exactly how weird James Cameron's sexual fantasies are Avatar.