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Manti Te’o's Fake Girlfriend Makes "Maxim" 'Hot 100′ List

Mike Ehrmann/Getty Image(NEW YORK) -- Beyonce, Mila Kunis and Kate Upton are just some of the ladies you probably won’t be shocked to find on Maxim’s annual “Hot 100″ list, but there is one person who made the list this year that we would never expect to see.

That’s because we can’t see her. Coming in at No. 69 on the list is Manti Te’o's Fake Girlfriend.

Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez and Rihanna rounded out the top three, respectively, on the men’s magazine’s most beautiful women list.  While all of the other women are featured in steamy head shot photos, the men’s magazine features Manti Te’o's Fake Girlfriend as a black bikini floating in midair with waves and a beach in the background.

The tongue-in-cheek profile description under the photo says, “After Manti Te’o's fake girlfriend hoax of 2012, we think it might be nice to have an invisible girl of our own to love. Why not? She’s got a ton of great qualities, including looking awesome in a bikini. ”

Te’o, a former star Notre Dame linebacker who was recently picked up by the San Diego Chargers, made headlines when it was revealed that his long-term girlfriend, Lennay Kekua, who supposedly had died of leukemia last fall, actually never existed.

Kekua, who spoke to Te’o through texts, phone calls and Twitter, but whom Te’o said he never met in person, was the alleged creation of a man named Ronaiah Tuiasosopo.

Swimsuit model Nina Agdal, who was named Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue “Rookie of the Year” last year, came in at No. 70 on Maxim's list, right behind the invisible woman.

See the full list here.

Copyright 2013 ABC News Radio

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