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Nov 18

The Hottest Women In Country Music…

Carrie Underwood performs "Cowboy Casanova" at "The 43rd Annual CMA Awards," on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2009, live from the Sommet Center in Nashville on the ABC Television Network. Photographer: John Russell / CMA

Carrie Underwood performs "Cowboy Casanova" at "The 43rd Annual CMA Awards," on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2009, live from the Sommet Center in Nashville on the ABC Television Network. Photographer: John Russell / CMA

When the GACTV.com staff heard that the popular men’s magazine Maxim decided to put out a list of the “Hottest Women of Country Music,”  I reluctantly stepped forward to do some research.  It’s a tough job but somebody has to do it.  So off I went to Maxim.com to review the list, presented in the form of a photo gallery.   The list was comprised of a total of 19 women. The gallery appears to be in random order and not in any formal order or rank of  “hotness.”  No surprises for me, but I can tell you I think they left more than a couple of deserving ladies off the list…

Here’s who made the cut in the order they appeared…

Now to be fair, the photo gallery was very tasteful, with most of the featured photos coming from formal industry events and red carpet affairs.  Sorry guys, unlike many of the other photo “collections” at Maxim.com, this one did not feature any of our leading country ladies in tiny bikinis working a car wash.

So who’s missing from the list?  I find it hard to believe that Heidi Newfield, LeAnn Rimes, Lee Ann Womack, Sarah Buxton, Whitney Duncan and Reba McEntire were not on the list.  For that matter, how in the world can you leave Dolly Parton off the list?  But that’s just me.   Everyone has a different opinion of what’s hot and what’s not.  What do you think?  Leave me a comment and let me know who you think is the “Hottest Woman in Country Music”…

If you want to view the gallery for yourself you can check it out at Maxim.com »

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