British temptress Amanda De Cadenet comes from that full-lipped, dirty-blonde school of princess tarts who stare out with their falsely innocent eyes in some sort of unblinking challenge, as if daring the viewer to sex her up. A highly provocative beauty, alternately infuriating and exhilarating, De Cadenet is almost as well known for being a rock star babymama (Duran Duran's John Taylor is the father of her eldest daughter, and she recently birthed twins sired by The Strokes' Nick Valensi) and world-class partygoer as she is for her cinematic achievements. In the world of skinema, however, Amanda's place is clear: start at the top with Mascara (1999). Playing some sort of "difficult," high-end trollop, amazing Amanda stands lounging and lazy for a few full moments of full nudity, flexing her full butt, then squatting in the shower to eat a plate of meatballs, using her full shelf as a spill tray. If grudge love did not exist, we might have to invent it for this luscious lovely.