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Amanda McCarthy - 18 - Hinsdale, NH
 
I am country by the grace of God. Raised in a small town, I grew up with a passion for hunting, fishing, and the outdoors. I am a country singer, influenced by the music of Merle Haggard and Hank Williams. I drive a jacked up Ford F350, and take pride in who I am. I love my family, and God.
 
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Jessica Dondero - 22 - Kingston, MA
 
Im the perfect country girl because I love the beach, the sun, moon and stars. Even though Im from New England, I love the laid back life style and wearing a pair of jeans, a t-shirt and flip flops. I spend almost every day at the beach swimming, or my time listening to country music and checking out new talent and artists. I love singing and playing guitar, and hanging by camp fires in my friends back yards. The only things you need in life are your family, close friends and a positive attitude. And an ice cold beer does not hurt either : ) Vote for me to be YOUR Country Girl!
 
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Jody Damchuk - 21 - Corunna, Ontario, Canada
 
Us country girls are not afraid to try something new. From hunting, fishing, riding horses and driving lifted trucks. I am that chevy truck, tractor driving country girl.
 
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Allyssa Bailey - 20 - Rockbridge, OH
 
I was born and raised on a farm! I started showing cattle at age 6 and continue to do so. I was a thirteen year 4-H member and a four year FFA member. Even though I'm still young, the place I find most satisfying for hanging out is my barn. The smell and the memories that come to mind bring peace that nothing else could. I'm not comfortable unless I'm wearing jeans and boots. However, I have a wide range of clothing items and shoes in my closet for when I need them. I live for showing cattle, working hard, and worshiping the Lord! How more perfect does it get? :)
 
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Amanda Meyers - 20 - Redding, CA
 
Since the age of the 3 I've been riding horses and love every minute of it. When I was in 5th grade we no longer could afford to keep our horses and it broke my heart but my goal in life is to someday own a horse ranch so I can ride everyday.
 
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Elma Cornell - 40 - Palo Alto, CA
 
I am the perfect Country Girl not because of the brand of Country Clothing I wear RATHER, how I carry it whether am "inside or outside the country". In my heart lies the real beauty of a Country Girl.
 
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Lora Stone - 30 - Alamogordo, NM
 
I am the perfect Country Girl because I am down to earth, and not afraid to get dirty and play in the mud. I am sweet and petite and have a southern accent and southern charm.
 
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Mindy Brown - 29 - Newark, OH
 
As a child I always wanted to be a country singer. I was with a band for 6 years starting at the age of 12 till I was 18. As even a younger child my parents went thru alot of replacing things that I used a microphone. As I grew older I stopped persuing my singing career b/c of having childern. I still do Karaoke and sing in the car. I recently won a contest at my work for having the most talent singing "redneck woman". I sang in front of 1500 employees. I am able to change a tire, shoot a gun, ride a bull, like being in the woods and as always being a cowgirl:)
 
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Tammy England - 39 - Freeman, VA
 
I'm a all around country girl, I love to fish,hunt & ride 4 wheelers & drive loud ford trucks! no fear in getting dirty & mend my own fences! Love it in the country where I live & wouldn't be any other place :)
 
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Bethany Butler - 18 - Accident, MD
 
Well just like the country song "you probably ain't" by Craig Campbell. The lyrics are.. "If you have to tell me how country you are, you probably ain't." I don't think a true country person would have to explain and tell why exactly they're country. They just are. So instead of telling you "how country I am" I'm just gonna talk about why I have pride in country folk and what I believe makes a country person a true country person. I've grown up in a small town my entire life. I've met lots of people throughout my life. We have all sorts of city folks come through town on their way to the lake. We refer to these people as "tourons." And to be quite honest, the city folks I've met in my life have been pretty stuck up and just seem to have an attitude about them. But I've also met people from the country that have stuck up bad attitudes too. I don't think being a country person even necessarily means you're from the country. I think that being a true country person is about treating people with respect, having good values, working hard, and taking time to enjoy the small things in life. My best friend is a dairy farmer who is the hardest working person I know. From early in the morning till late at night, she's working her butt off. But I also know that if anything bad were to happen to me, she'd be willing to drop everything to help me. My boyfriend is a big pick up truck driving, hard working boy who treats me better than any other person has. I've had other friends and dated guys that really woulda cared less if something bad would of happened to me. Through the years I've really found out who my friends are. And the ones that always stuck by me are the genuine country folks. The truth is, nobody's a "perfect" country person, but I know I have true pride in people from the country and the good-hearted values that they hold on to. I'm proud of my small town, I'm proud of my true country friends that always stick by me, and I'm truly proud to be a country person. :)
 
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Lauren Maag - 20 - Ottawa, OH
 
I am the perfect Country Girl because I know how to get dirty and have a great time, but I have the sweet innocent side that cleans up for church on Sunday. I love huntin, fishin, 4 wheelin, muddy trucks, ridin bulls and horses, and just bein outside barefooted and lettin the wind blow through my hair. I am free spirited and can hold my own. I know how to work hard and play harder.
 
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Michelle Wecker - 23 - Centerton, AR
 
I think I would be the perfect country girl cause Im all about family.I love the country. I like workin on trucks. I like to be outdoors, I like goin fishing, shooting, I love gettin down and dirty, I love bonfires and havin a good ol time. I love wearing my jeans and boots. I love country music and havin a few beers, kickin back with the guys. I love my football and baseball. I was raised in southern hospitality. I was brought up to pull my own weight. I work hard for what I got and deserve. I don't take crap from anyone! That's why I'm the perfect country girl :)
 
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Aimee Burton - 31 - Union City, TN
 
Well, long story short. I was born in Kentucky, my mom & dad where always out partying and shit, so I was always at my Memaws & Pepaws farm. They lived way out in BFE on a little road called Pea Ridge. When I was 11, my dads partying ways got him in some trouble so we had to "disappear". We moved to Florida, But I continued coming back to the farm to hang out with my granddaddy until I was 16. Moved to Tennessee when I was 18. Met the guy who was to be my husband shortly after. We had two sons. Life was normal until January 12, 2009. He went nuts and shot me with a 12 gauge shotgun & then he committed suicide. My oldest boy (who was 8 @ time of incident) called 911 & my mom. I was in Vanderbilt on the trauma floor for 2 months. Been back and forth to Vandy so many times I can't count. I am now trying to lead a normal life. I still take what my granddaddy taught me and try to teach my boys. I take them fishing, camping (I ! still build fires & pitch a tent), I still take them to my granddaddys land (although my Pepaw died in 2001, if he'd been alive when all this happened OMG HELL WOULD HATH NO FURY), teaching my youngest to shoot a gun (my oldest all ready knows how), and My oldest will be going hunting for the first time this year. So I guess why I am the PERFECT COUNTRY GIRL is..... You can't get no tougher, then surviving a 12 gauge shotgun blast to an ungodly place and SURVIVING AND THRIVING!!! and still being able to do the things you were able to do before, to an extent
 
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Cindy Cornelius - 35 - Loveland, OH
 
I was born and raised as a country girl. I drive a jacked up Ford F250 powerstroke that I work on myself, i love truck pulls and dirt track racing. I ride four wheelers and had my first dirt bike at the age of 3, I love to get greasy and dirty and love to work on motors.
 
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Jessica Peaslee - 19 - Bloomington, IN
 
I think being a country girl isnt something you can explain in words. Its a way of life that someone can not buy. It is just who you are. I find myself wanting to go hunting or spend time with my horse instead of going to the mall or getting my nails done and im proud to say that.
 
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Tracey Godfrey - 20 - Seven Valleys, PA
 
I was born country and that's how I'll always be. I'm the youngest of 3 girls and my dad didn't wanna try again so I became the tomboy of the group. I can do anything thing a man can do, I just add some beauty to it. I would rather wear a t-shirt, jeans and boots than anything else, expecially a dress. I pull my farm tractor at shows and I love diesel trucks. Working around the farm keeps me busy. From grinding feed in the winter to chasing the cows around, I dont have much free time but when I do, I love taking the fourwheeler out for a spin. I'm a hard one to find when it gets to the end of October until about the 3rd week of December because I spend every free minute I have out in the woods turkey and deer hunting.
 
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Jennifer Stamper - 43 - Somerville, OH
 
Country through and through. Always have been always will be. I now live on a six acre farm in Ohio.
 
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Jeanette Thompson - 42 - Columbus, OH
 
Not only do I look like a country girl, I sing country as well.
 
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April Wolff - 22 - Missoula, MT
 
I was raised in the Montana Mountains. I'm a rifle shootin, deer huntin, horse breakin, truck drivin, down to earth cowgirl. I work as hard as the boys, sweat harder, and party till I drop. I got tough hands but a soft heart. I may not have the book smarts but I know the ranch smarts. I love the cold, the smell of the barn, an passin on survival techniques to them city folk. ;) I take pride in my work, I Live, I love, and ride an American Paint.
 
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Donna Lee - 43 - Hope, AR
 
Because I love my family, my friends, my God, my country and my earth. (You could say I'm a hippie Country girl)
 
 
 

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Tim Attenborough - 42 - Fall River, MA
 
I love my job, i love my friends and I love hanging out on a hot summer night having a few beers and listening to great music. I also really like taking my wife out on our Harley with no real destination in mind, just go get lost.
 
 
 

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Katie Knisley - 21 - Kingston, OH
 
I grew up hunten (gun or bow), fishen, doing anything outdoorsy. Riding horses is my favorite pass time. Theres nothing I love more than hangen out at the farm and drinken a few cold ones. :)
 
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Susan Rabusin - 43 - Lodi, CA
 
I'm perfect because I don't just dress country or listen to country.. I LIVE country :) See for yourself...
 
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Kristina Anderson - 18 - Highland, IN
 
Having the heart of a country girl is rare in a suburban Northwest Indiana town like Highland. Lucky for me, my Grandpa raised me right. I was brought up learning about his life on the farm, and listening to country music. I was always determined to live a country lifestyle; where I lived didn't matter. When I was 12, my friend brought me to a local country line dance facility. I fell in love instantly. There was finally a place I could wear my boots without being judges, a place i could sing and dance to all of my favorite songs, a place I felt like I could belong, all within 45 minutes of my house. I finally felt complete. I am the perfect Country Girl not because of where I'm from, but because of what I keep true in my heart.
 
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Lacey Jackson - 26 - Covington, OH
 
I grew up in the country and I have lived in three different farm houses and i wouldn't change it for nothing. I love forewheelin, dirkbikes, camping, and drinking cheap beer weather its hot or frezzing cold out. I don't mind getting dirty and singing loud on a tractor ride. There is nothing i love more then down home country living!!!
 
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Heather Ketchmark - 22 - Savannah, GA
 
Behind this sweet smile is a girl who loves shootin, fishin, huntin,muddin,lifted trucks,and camo. I like showin my girly side, but most of all i love my whiskey drinkin, cowboy chasin side. Im not afraid to get muddy, and i just love bonfires. most girls think of bambi when they see a deer, all i see is antlers up on my wall and some good ole deer meat!! Was born in the city, but raised with southern hospitality!! god bless ya'll
 
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Katerina Rekowski - 31 - Chesterfield, MI
 
I love country style shirts,shorts and boots..and I look good in it:)
 
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Alissa Young - 20 - Imlay City, MI
 
I'm the perfect country girl. Not everyone calls my by my real name. A lot of my friends call me Boots because I wear my boots everyday of the week no matter what I'm wearing. I love country music. I have been listening to it ever since I could remember.I live out in the middle of nowhere as everyone else calls it "B.F.E.". I have lived on a farm since I was born. I always help the family run the farm by raking hay, unloading hay, and about anything else I can do. I have 2 of my own horses that I try to ride as much as possible after everything else is done or I do it at the break of dawn. The smell of a horses, leather, and that crisp morning is the best way to start a day. Riding my horses ain't the only thing I love to do. I love going muddin on the quads and in our truck. I live up to my tattoo which says "Cowgirl Up" and about every country girl does because I don't know one that doesn't.
 
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Emily Sullivan - 34 - Kula, HI
 
I'm the perfect Country Girl because I love all things Country! I listen to country music all day, spend my weekends riding horses and hunting. I grew up in Alabama where my family raised Christmas Trees and showed horses on the weekends. I am lucky enough to now call Maui, Hawaii home. I have been fortunate enough to have the opportunity to play Polo, trail ride and go on cattle drives! I love the outdoors, cowboys boots and the smell of horses.
 
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Autumn Donaugh - 19 - Powell, WY
 
I live the life. I know how to work, and play hard.
 
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Lisa Hodges - 41 - Rangely, CO
 
Hi ! My name is Lisa. I think I am the perfect Country girl well.... because I am . I live it ! I live in a tiny town in Colorado and the only recreation we have is the outdoors, if you don't love that sort of thing you would not like to live here . We live to hunt, fish and shoot We love football Sundays with bbq , friends and family ! In our community we still bake for our neighbours at Christmas, plant them a pot of flowers in the spring and share from our garden ! Now that is Country ! Hope you pick me :)
 
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Cheley Goeman - 18 - Juneau, WI
 
iv spent most of my life in owingsville ky with my grandparents on our horse farm of 175 horses. riding is only the start of my hobbies for this country girl..i love to hunt,fish,atv, and even better i love working on trucks. i love to sing country music. i believe im a good role model for younger children because im outgoing,smart, and not afraid to break a nail or get dirty.
 
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Jake Smith - 19 - Smithfield, VA
 
I am the perfect country boy because my life revolves around gettin' the truck muddy, fishin', huntin', campin' & trap shootin'.
 
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Toni McCallister - 20 - Odessa, MO
 
Well who doesn't love a girl who can shoot guns, ride horses, work on her own truck, and get all dirty but yet still able to dress up and be classy! :)
 
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Katelyn Gensler - 19 - Grove City, OH
 
Hey there! =) My name is Katelyn Gensler. I believe I am the perfect country girl because ever since I can remember I have loved everything about country. I have grown up living the country life and I wouldn't give it up for anything. I am proud to be who I am. Horses are a huge part of my life which is why I am currently majoring in biology in hopes to attend graduate school to become an equine veterinarian. My family has been involved in horse racing for many years. I have been riding ever since I was old enough to walk and I am not quite sure what I would do without it. I live, breathe and sleep country. Nothing will ever change that! =)I do believe I was born to be the country girl I am today!
 
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Taylor Larson - 18 - Crookston, MN
 
I live on a Farm, I drive a truck, live in a small town (usa) hang out in a abandid parking lot with jacked up trucks or out in the middle of the country on an old dirt road. I love horses and cows. If it aint loud and high off the ground with big ol tires, then it aint a truck. the muddier the better. no boots no spurs no service and 3 barrels 2hearts 1 Dream are My favorite sayings that went in My senior yearbook next to My name. and well they dont get more country then this :P
 
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Terri J. Acreman - 18 - Montgomery, AL
 
I Love Country Music!!! It Really Defines Alot In My Life. I Love Me Some Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood. I Love Boots But I Prefer BareFooted:)CookOuts, Fourwheeler Riding, and Some College Football Describes My Weekends. Fishing and Hunting Are My Hobbies!! What Else Describes A Country Girl???!!!:) Vote For Me!
 
 
 

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Callie Freeman - 21 - Nixa, MO
 
I am Callie! I am a real sweet & innocent little Christian country girl. I was born in a town of 2000 on a farm with my parents and grandparents. I'm down to earth, old fashioned, & simple as well. I love God & Jesus! I am currently a junior in college. I also go to cowboy church every week in a barn. I've been fishing (mostly bass) since I was a little girl (I use worms and I bait my own hook of course), run around barefoot (and still do), climb through barb wire fences on a daily basis, and I know how to cook from scratch, clean, sew, and drive a truck (to be exact a 1997 Dodge Ram); I also help my grandma and grandpa on the farm milking cows, collecting chicken eggs, and picking veggies out of the garden. My parents raised me with strong morals and values and because of this, I pray at least twice a day and read the Bible and I am even saving myself for marriage. True cowgirls bend their knees and that is why I am the ! perfect country girl; not because I was born on a farm or can drive a truck, it is because I have God on my side.
 
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Jessica Gibb - 20 - Inglewood, CA
 
Because I am a city girl but country at heart
 
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Katelin Harris - 18 - Henrico, VA
 
I am the perfect country girl because I was born and raised in the small town of Bumpass Virginia, I spent most of my time running around bare foot and in sundresses. I drive a lifted jeep, and aint scared to get it muddy. I shot a bigger deer than my dad last thanksgiving and I work hard, stick to my word, and don't take anything from anybody.... What more could make me any more of a perfect example of a country girl :)
 
 
 

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Brittany Obodzinski - 18 - Seneca, IL
 
My life is basically the perfect country song! I'm that girl in my town that is not afraid to get her hands dirty! Most girls would be appalled by the thought of touching fish or getting their new pedicured toes all muddy, but not me. Those are the things I love the most!
 
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Trisha Luft - 19 - Endicott, WA
 
I don't know whether to call myself a Country Girl or a Farm Girl, Either way I believe I'm the perfect one because I've been on the farm and in the country since day one and have the attitude to prove it! Most girls have a obsession with high heels or other kinds of shoes...I have an obsession with Cowboy Boots!! I guess I am what you call a Tomboy! I Learned to drive a pickup and wheat truck at an early age! Began working harvest for my dad at age 14. Then continued working the fields and planting the crop! On days off I enjoy riding my horse out in the summerfollow and stubble fields. I enjoy hanging out with my friends and having bonfires in the middle of someone's field. Riding four wheelers and mudding in my jacked up Chevy Pickup is also a past time of mine! Not only that, I love hunting as much as possible, doesn't matter what the occasion! I guess you could say I'm Country...From my Cowboy Boots to my down home r! oots, and I'm The One Your Momma Warned You About!
 
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Whitney Painter - 23 - Antioch, CA
 
I grew up in a little old town by the name of Georgetown CA, where I was homeschooled. I love goin fishing and hunting. My favorite past time is takin the dirtbike out with the gun on my back and just finding that spot to shoot. My best friend growing up had horses, so we would spend hours goin to look for trails.Anyway that's just a lil about me :)
 
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Elizabeth Nilges - 40 - Jefferson City, MO
 
I WAKE UP EVERY DAY FEED MY CHICKENS, AND MY DOG AND MY 8 CATS I GET MY KIDS OFF TO SCHOOL THEN I GO TO THE GYM FOR TWO HOURS AND A BIKE RIDE OF 5 MILES THEN I DO A SHOOT IF I HAVE ONE , SOME TIMES I HELP MY HUSBAND ON HIS FENCE JOBS THEN I STILL COME HOME AND COOK A SWEET TASTING HOME MADE DISH , ON MY PLAY TIME I LOVE TO SING , OLD TIME COUNTRY MUSIC I LOVE SITTING IN THE BACK OF THE 1979 FORD I HAVE AND DRINK BEER AND WATCH THE SUNSET WITH MY SWEETHEART I JUST LOVE MY COUNTRY WAY OF LIFE, WEEKENDS WE FOUR WHEEL AND THIS TIME OF YEAR WE HAVE FUN ON OUR TRACTOR
 
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Melissa Veal - 29 - Norco, CA
 
My favorite days are spent riding my horse, gett'n dirty, and drink'n beer. Miranda Lambert has by far the baddest jams on the radio! Wore in jeans and boots are definitely the best two things in my closet. My lifted Dodge has also been referred to as a "lil redneck" a time or two...I will always be a Country Girl at heart!!!
 
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Courtney Crowley - 20 - San Antonia, TX
 
I was not raised a cowgirl, it was something I had to earn. I love going to the barn in a t-shirt and jeans to ride my horse and then cleaning up and going out on the town in boots and a dress. Being a country girls what I do everyday and is a part of my everyday life style and I would love the opportunity to represent that.
 
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Rindi Sanders - 19 - Mansfield, TX
 
I'm a down home southern girl with a sense of country style. I love to dress up in a white dress and my Tony Llamas and go dancing, but I also like to put on jeans and a tanktop and go fishing or mudding.
 
 
 

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Jeffery Johnson - 50 - Springfield, OH
 
I was born and raised in Ohio, but have always had roots in Kentucky, where my kin were born. I believe in the old time traditions of good work ethics, doing what your told and speaking only good about others. I think this country needs to go back to old time values, and I think my life style represents these well.
 
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Taylor Beaudry - 18 - Granby, MA
 
Because being a country girl means enjoying the simple things in life and not caring to get caught up in this material world surrounding us. it means finding happiness in the simple traditions, and being proud of where you come from. just cause you got your lil pair of boots and hat don't make you country until you live country.
 
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Stormy Smith - 20 - Lumberton, TX
 
I am the perfect country girl because i love to fish,hunt,ride four-wheelers in the mud,camping,throwing horse shoes with family and friends,and all other outdoor activities.I dont mind getting dirty.I love horses,goats,and chickens.I am country down to the bone..Yee Haw.
 
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Wynonah Little - 28 - Cove Springs, FL
 
I dont just love it, I live it! Up before dawn & down after dark. Riding the farm or hunting the woods. Hitting the lake for some good ole' bass fishin or the mudhole for some down & dirty fun. Whatever it is, I feel extremly blessed that I am country bred,born & raised. Its not just a way of life, it IS MY LIFE!! Just wouldn't have it an other way!!
 
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Victoria Szmajda - 18 - Dallastown, PA
 
I believe I am the perfect country girl because I love being who I am. I was raised all over the USA but I stayed true to my southern roots. Even when living in a big city, I stayed who I am and I'm very proud of myself for that. I also believe that my spirit and look will compliment the Country Girl clothing. I've been professionally modeling on my own for over two years and I love being able to show my true colors.
 
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Haley Nordberg - 18 - Ostrander, OH
 
I am the perfect Country Girl! Born an raised in a town of less than 200 i learned how entertain myself with fishin', huntin' and muddin'. I'm down to earth and the sweetest thing you'll meet, but you mess with me or my family and your in trouble. Material things, ya'll can keep that, i'm just happy with a mud covered truck and the love from my family and friends!
 
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Amberly Cross - 26 - Durant, OK
 
Well I love country music have always wanted to be a country Singer,I was raised in the country barreled race, even use to walk the pasture to load square bale hay, I hunt fish don't mind to get a little dirty ever now then
 
 
 

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Monica Meharg - 28 - Forney, TX
 
LOVE Country! Country music Country clothes are just a part of being country. I wish I could live on a farm. I just have an acre. But I am making a little farm with my mini potbelly pig Vienna and my Pygmy goat Fluffy. I hope to get a Turkey soon. Im sweet and sassy and not afraid to get dirty but like to look cute when going out.
 
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Chasity Davis - 19 - Cross City, FL
 
I was born and raised in Dixie County, around here there's nothing but rednecks. I wouldn't want to be anything but a country girl. All my life I've been into farmin, muddin, 4wheelers, huntin and fishin. I love the way the country girl lifestyle is, I wouldn't change it for anything and that's why I'm the perfect country girl.
 
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Cassandra Reck - 21 - Marysville, OH
 
I have always
 
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Kaelynne Nevins - 22 - Cedar Falls, IA
 
I think I could be the perfect cowgirl, because I was not originally raised in the country. I moved here as a Junior in high school and have always had a love for horses, but no way to express it since I lived in the city. Now I love in a small town here in Iowa. We own thirty acres and I can ride whenever I please. Horses give us the wings we lack I like to quote.
 
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April Crocker - 30 - Toccoa, GA
 
I am the perfect country girl because i am in love with the outdoors! I was born and raised in a small town in Georgia. A perfect day for me would be to go fishin' hikin' or muddin' with friends!
 
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Alyssa Losure - 21 - Houston, TX
 
I am a down to earth girl with a sweet smile and a love for the country.
 
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Chelsea Baldwin - 20 - Grove City, OH
 
I enjoy country music. I love wearing blue jeans and boots. I am a down to earth girl dont need no fancy car, house or clothes just give me some good old country music and im good to go.
 
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Jocelyn Manzi - 19 - Jupiter, FL
 
I think im the perfect country girl because i was born one and raised one and im a true southern bell.
 
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Kristen Corsentino - 25 - Walsenburg, CO
 
Well no ones perfect, but the one thing in my heart that will never fade is the country in it. I just built a chicken coop from scratch it wasnt easy but now not only does my family own a dairy farm but were chicken farmers too haha, Its great to have your own land and think of the endless possibilities you can make of it. Ive watched my grandpa and my dad invest there whole lives into the country way of life and hope i can do half as well as they have as i follow in their footsteps.
 
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Misty-Lynn Hilts - 20 - Gloversville, NY
 
I'm what you can describe as an Upstate Southern Bell. I'm 100 percent dedicated to the pageant life. Most people would expect girls to hide there "wild" side and play it off as the "pretty girl", me on the otherhand loves to brag about the good life. This includes not being afraid to get muddy on her 4-wheeler, ditching the heels with her gown for her cowgirl boots as well as celebrating her winning titles by kickin' it by the fire to sing along with the best country music there is!
 
 
 

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Shyan Baker - 19 - Hollister, CA
 
I believe I am the perfect country girl for many reasons. I grew up with automotive work and getting greasy. I remember as a child wearing out every Garth Brooks tape I owned and CMT blairing on the TV every morning. I believe a country girl is meant to be kind and not afraid of anything, especially getting dirty. They should be polite but rough and tough at the same time and I'm all of the above. I love to sing and I love to ride horses, it's like riding a bike in my eyes. I'm the kind of girl who likes loud trucks and rock crawling and I will continue enjoying it till the day I die. Being a country girl is more than a lifestyle, it's a form of heart and mind.
 
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Lupe Hodges - 21 - Oceanside, CA
 
i LOVE the style, the laid back yet styleish look and feel. i love getting in front of the camera and giving it my best shot! i think i would be great for the brand :D THANK YOU TONS!
 
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Abby Cox - 24 - Marion, OH
 
Born in Texas, raised in Ohio. I live and breathe country music!
 
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Jessi Rae Bennett - 21 - Potomac, MT
 
Howdy y'all my name is Jessi Rae Bennett and I'm born and raised country in the tiny town of Potomac Montana. I think I would make the perfect country girl because I can rope, ride, hammer, and paint, I do things with my hands that most girls can't. Hunting, shooting and horses are my passions I love ridin into the woods and unloading a few boxes of ammo. :) I live for my country weekends on my favorite mountain with my country boy, a big ole Bon fire and an ice cold bud! :) Give me a 4 wheel drive and a big ole mud hole and I'll show y'all how a real country girl rolls. I'm hardworking and down to earth. Im not afraid to get down and dirty and do what needs to be done. I'm very blessed to be a country girl in my own little Potomac paradise.
 
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Holly Elliott - 22 - Geneva, FL
 
Just a small town country girl that loves nothing more than an old pair of boots, a cold beer and some good ole Hank Jr. on the radio! Being a true country girl isn't about the way you dress, it's appreciating the little things. Mommas sweet tea, gettin dirty, college football, a good country song, a cool night and a bonfire are just a few of those things. Oh, and I can't forget those country boys ;)
 
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Brittany Burnley - 18 - Atlantic Beach, FL
 
I was born and raised in a Small Town in Georgia, been a little country girl ever since. i love to hunt and fish, and i know how to get dirty! Country to me is how you was raised, not what you wear. I was definitely raised to do whats right, to give the shirt off my back, and to be who i am, no matter what people thinks! a TRUE Country girl knows that God and her family is above everyone and anything else, and then theres huntin' and fishin'(: this is why i think im the perfect Country Girl, i know my roots and im proud of 'em, 'cause they made me who i am today!
 
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Samantha Goodman - 20 - Henderson, NV
 
I've been working at my bar to be able to afford my passion of being a cowgirl, I've been blessed with the opportunities to have my own horses now, and to be able to teach an train future cowgirl and cowboys and the young age of twenty. I strive daily to pursue my passion and continue to help other people start theirs. I am a gorse instructor at horses for horses and help fanilies in the armed forces put smiles on there faces with these beautiful four legged animals. I believe being a cowgirl is a lifestyle and there's nothing that makes me more happy than being one
 
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