They’re drop-dead gorgeous. Period. You must not think they’re some poet’s imagination or a painter’s creations or some make-believe fairies coming straight from heavens. They’re real, as you can touch and feel them – well, if they allow you to do so. Now, they’re here. Let’s meet them right here, right away.
Here comes Jimena Navarrete, Miss Mexico, who was crowned Miss Universe 2010. Jimena is just 21 years old and loves nature, boating, riding motorcycles, spending time with her family and traveling.
Stefania Fernandez, Miss Universe 2009, crowned her successor at the conclusion of the two-hour primetime telecast before an estimated worldwide viewing audience of one billion viewers.
Next. Miss Black Connecticut USA, Osas Ighodaro, is the new Miss Black USA 2010. She immediately gave praise of thanksgiving to God during her acceptance of the crown.
Ms. Ighodaro is a professionally trained actress, and she performed her winning talent, “What If I Am a Black Woman” in four dialects.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from Pennsylvania State University. She is also a Master of Fine Arts degree candidate for Pace University.
Chelsea Brooke is the hottest in America. A 20-year-old brunette from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, she has been named Girls Gone Wild’s “Hottest Girl in America” after a year-long, nationwide search that was captured for the HDNet reality TV series, “Girls Gone Wild Presents: Search for the Hottest Girl in America.”
Chelsea was chosen over thousands of contestants who submitted photos and video to GirlsGoneWild.com in hopes of winning the title. Fans were invited to review the submissions and vote for their favorite girls and the votes were tallied, leading to Chelsea’s win.
Then comes LeAngela Davis, a Hooters Girl from Columbus who was crowned Miss Hooters International 2010 during the 14th Annual Hooters International Swimsuit Pageant.
She is the first African American to win the Miss Hooters International competition.
LeAngela returned home to Ohio with the coveted title within the Hooters system, $50,000 and will be the face of Hooters for the next 12 months.
Coors Light, the official beer of NASCAR, is welcoming a new member to its racing family as it unveils Rachel Rupert as the first-ever Miss Coors Light.
Kicking off her reign at the Loudon race September 19, Rachel will represent Coors Light at track and in race markets for the 2010 “Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup” races and then return for the full 2011 NASCAR season.
Rachel was chosen from more than 100 applicants to become the new Miss Coors Light based on a variety of factors, including her passion for the sport.
As all the five nymphs have come to redefine beauty in the real world, who’s your favorite? Just think and reveal.
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