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The 10 Most Beautiful Women in Dallas 2013 Contest is Live!

10 most beautiful women in dallas 2013
Kindrela Tyson, Melissa Rycroft Strickland, Tiffanee Siri Ellman, Whitney Drolen, and Sheridan French

Yes, the moment you’ve all been waiting for is here (or, at least, those of you that have been calling our office about it since January): the 10 Most Beautiful Women in Dallas 2013 contest is live. Voting begins today. The first five of twenty contestants are waiting for your votes. Up this week: Kindrela Tyson, newly wed and lyricist; Melissa Rycroft Strickland, reality TV contestant-turned celeb; Tiffanee Siri Ellman, restaurateur (specifically, Oak and Belly & Trumpet); Whitney Drolen, CBS 11 traffic and news anchor; and Sheridan French, clothing designer and mommy of three. So get to it.

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  • D. Shapiro

    I don’t know who any of these women are. Before I vote, I suggest a quiet little happy hour with each lovely lady so I can make an informed decision.

  • Nomi

    I gather Melissa was a winner. She is my fave of all. Liked her the moment I first saw her. So glad she won the silver ball for Dancing with the Stars. I always voted for her.

  • Sieran Vale

    You should make it clear in your posted requirements that COSMETIC SURGERY DOESN’T MATTER. Not talking just the skin-lightening controversary. One former (two time) Most Beautiful Woman in Dallas had skin lightening, eye shaping, complete nose redo, chin and cheekbone sculpting, eyebrow lifts, massive lips job — a make-over so complete former friends in Illinois wouldn’t even recognize her. Personally, I think only NATURAL beauties should compete — if you allow that extent of cosmetic surgery it should be in aSEPARATE contest in which the DOCTOR shares the prize money… and should be in tewo classes: spent MORE than $300,000 and spent LESS. Fair is fair — otherwise your contest offers a HUGE advantage to the wealthy — don’t you think?

  • Sieran Vale

    You should make it clear in your posted requirements that COSMETIC SURGERY DOESN’T MATTER. Not talking just the skin-lightening controversary. One former (two time) Most Beautiful Woman in Dallas had skin lightening, eye shaping, complete nose redo, chin and cheekbone sculpting, eyebrow lifts, massive lips job — a make-over so complete former friends in Illinois wouldn’t even recognize her. Personally, I think only NATURAL beauties should compete — if you allow that extent of cosmetic surgery it should be in a SEPARATE contest in which the DOCTOR shares the prize money… and should be in two classes: spent MORE than $300,000 and spent LESS. Fair is fair — otherwise your contest offers a HUGE advantage to the wealthy — don’t you think?

  • Sieran Vale

    You should make it clear in your posted requirements that COSMETIC SURGERY DOESN’T MATTER. Not talking just the skin-lightening controversy noted in other contests.. One former (two time) Most Beautiful Woman in Dallas had skin lightening, eye shaping, complete nose redo, chin and cheekbone sculpting, eyebrow lifts, massive lips job — her make-over was so complete former friends in Illinois couldn’t even recognize her. Personally, I think only NATURAL beauties should compete — if you allow that extent of cosmetic surgery it should be in a SEPARATE contest in which the DOCTOR shares the prize money… and should be in two classes: spent MORE than $300,000 and spent LESS. Fair is fair — otherwise your contest offers a HUGE advantage to the wealthy — don’t you think?

  • Sieran Vale

    You should make it clear in your posted requirements that COSMETIC SURGERY DOESN’T MATTER. Not talking just the skin-lightening controversy noted in other contests.. One popular former Most Beautiful Woman in Dallas had skin lightening, eye shaping, complete nose redo, chin and cheekbone sculpting, eyebrow lifts, massive lips job — her make-over was so complete former friends in Illinois couldn’t even recognize her. Personally, I think only NATURAL beauties should compete — if you allow that extent of cosmetic surgery it should be in a SEPARATE contest in which the DOCTOR shares the prize money… and should be in two classes: spent MORE than $300,000 and spent LESS. Fair is fair — otherwise your contest offers a HUGE advantage to the wealthy — don’t you think?