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Feb 17

The 2011 Edition of Maxim’s Hottest Women in Country Music

Maxim magazine has once again released their list of the hottest women in country music.  For some reason they decided to whittle the field down to just 13.  Which means they’re leaving a lot of deserving ladies out.  For example, how in the world can you not include Faith Hill, Reba, Martina McBride and LeAnn Rimes?  Check out the complete list below, in no particular order, along with links to see more photos of these Maxim-certified country music beauties.

What do you think of this list?  Leave me a comment and tell me who you think is the hottest of them all and who you think is missing from this list…

Gwyneth Paltrow as "Kelly Canter," from the movie "Country Strong." Photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

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Taylor Swift photo courtesy of Big Machine Records.

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Jessie James photo courtesy of Mercury Records.

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Julie Roberts photo courtesy of UMG Nashville.

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Shania Twain photo by Bryan Bowen Smith, courtesy of UMG Nashville.

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Julianne Hough photo courtesy of UMG Nashville.

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Carrie Underwood photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

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Kellie Pickler photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

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Cheyenne Kimball photo courtesy of Emblem Music.

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Miranda Lambert photo by Randee St. Nicholas, courtesy of Front Page Publicity.

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Sara Evans photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

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Hillary Scott photo courtesy of Capitol Nashville.

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Sunny Sweeney photo courtesy of Republic Nashville.

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