Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Is Like Cocaine, Study Finds

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Hit a "high" note: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley smolders in the Burberry Body ad campaign.

So this is what the folks at Harvard University are up to ...

According to new research from the esteemed university's fine minds, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's face has the same effect on men as cocaine, the Daily Mail reports. (We can only imagine what sort of rehab her body must send the fellas into.)

The Burberry beauty's pillowy lips and dreamy eyes trigger a rush to the male brain akin to a drug-induced high, says the study, which conducted brain imagery scans while showing participants images of attractive women.

The brain's reward center, the same area impacted by narcotics, lit up when test subjects ogled the beauties, specifically those who boasted large eyes, round cheeks, a prominent curved forehead, small chin, and eyes, nose, and mouth situated low on the face. Sound like anyone we know?

Previous research has linked a woman's hourglass curves to a cocaine-like effect on male brains.Now, when can we expect a study on how Brad Pitt is just as good as eating a box of Godiva?

Another study found that this purchase brings women the most satisfaction.