(CNN) - It's been said Washington is the Hollywood for ugly people, but don't tell a handful of lawmakers that.
The Hill - a daily publication that covers Washington - is out with its annual 50 Most Beautiful People list and six members of Congress have landed coveted spots in the newspaper's yearly roundup of the more attractive Capitol Hill inhabitants.
Coming in at No. 3 is New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's replacement who has lost 40 pounds since joining the upper chamber a year and a half ago.
At No. 7 is California Rep. Judy Chu, the first Chinese-American woman elected to Congress who won a special election to replace current Labor Secretary Hilda Solis. Chu, a psychology Ph.D., says she stays grounded in the Capitol's dizzying halls by "taking a breather every once in a while."
The No. 9 spot is filled by Democratic Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., "a known fitness nut," the Hill says, who "converted one the gym's racquetball courts into a space dedicated to martial arts, yoga, pilates and the P90X exercise program."
Jackson, who once weighed more than 300 pounds, underwent gastric bypass surgery in 2004 and tells the magazine he maintains his currently-lean physique via martial arts and Yoga.
Also making the cut is Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown – the Republican who stunned Democrats early this year when he won the seat held by Ted Kennedy for more than four decades. While Brown has famously had no qualms about posing for magazines in the past, the Hill says the newly-minted senator suddenly became camera-shy when it came to this list.
"It's a safe bet that Brown will never live down his past as a male model," the Hill writes. "But for now, when he travels the Capitol, he stays buttoned up."
Reps. Duncan Hunter, R-California, and Anna Eshoo, D-California, round out this year's list of stunning lawmakers.