Discovered by George Burns in the late '50s—who put her into his club act because he enjoyed her singing, dancing, and unbelievably large and lively chest—Ann-Margret is one Scandinavian import who was all too aware of the power she could wield with her glowing Northern Lights. It wasn't too long before Georgie's girl found her way to the silver screen, debuting in Pocketful of Miracles (1961) and becoming a household name several years later when she poured herself into a pair of capris in Bye Bye Birdie (1963) and a jet-black bathing suit opposite Elvis Presley in Viva Las Vegas (1964). In the swingin' sixties movie The Swinger (1966) she shook and jived in her tights and teeny sweater and eventually had her bikini body seductively painted in psychedelic bright colors. We love watching her hips swing! A sexy, skin-worthy turn in Tiger and the Pussycat (1967) whet the world's appetite, but it wasn't until she was in her thirties that Ann-Margret fully revealed Skindinavia's finest assets in Carnal Knowledge (1971). Her turn as the nymphomaniacal Bobbie garnered her a Golden Globe and also celebrated the long-awaited unleashing of her own legendary globes. Other 70's flicks that showed off Ann-Margret's bikini body included C.C. and Company (1970) and Tommy (1975) which showed off her cleavage. We saw her nips in Joseph Andrews (1977), her sideboob in Magic (1978), and her buns in A Tiger's Tale, R.P.M., The Pleasure Seekers, Murderers' Row, The Outside Man, and so many others. Ann-Margret couldn't help but bust out of her tight tops with sexy cleavage and curvaceous dance moves. Sexiness and allure befitting a legendary sex kitten have underlaid Ann-Margret's career ever since, the last several years finding her playing an older and wiser but still damn sexy dame in such projects as Grumpier Old Men (1995) and as nude Jennifer Aniston's hot mom in The Break-Up (2006). There's no denying that, at any age, she's a kitten turned fully mature lioness who continues to bring pride to the pride.