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Who’s Your Favorite Redhead: Sophie Turner, Karen Gillan, Madelaine Petsch, Isla Fisher, or Rose Leslie?

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brian-mcgee - March 23, 2018

Amongst all the wondrous creations of this world, redheads might just be my favorite. There's been a redhead explosion of late, with more and more gorgeous gingers getting cast in high profile projects. So this week, we've got five candidates for you to choose from as you decide who your favorite redhead is...

Sophie Turner, Karen Gillan, Madelaine Petsch, Isla Fisher, or Rose Leslie?

Man, this one's a pickle. Sophie is, of course, amazing on Game of Thrones and has really come into her own in that role. Karen's been kind of a geek goddess for a while now, but after high profile roles in both Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Jumanji last year, she's become all the rage! Speaking of flavor of the moment, Madelaine has made quite a splash with her role as Cheryl Blossom on Riverdale. Much like that Hansel, she's so hot right now!

Then you've got Isla, who's one of the most talented comedic actresses around and remains a highlight of Wedding Crashers on multiple rewatches. And then there's Rose. She first stole my heart on Downton Abbey, then again on GoT, but Hollywood hasn't been kind to her thanks to her participation in Vin Diesel's RPG experiment The Last Witch Hunter. But there's no doubt she'll land a great role soon.

You could throw a dart and make as good a decision as any of these five ladies. In the interest of getting the conversation started, though, I'll go with Karen Gillan.

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