Melissa Riso, our new Babe of the Week, is an inspiration. After suffering a car accident during her freshmen year of high school, she was left with a glaring surgical scar around her naval as a constant reminder of how close she came to death. But instead of letting that mark rule her life, she turned it into a work of art and now that tattoo is her signature trademark in the modeling world.
The Houston Astros surprised the experts on Monday night, selecting 17-year-old shortstop Carlos Correa, from the Puerto Rico Baseball Academy, with the first pick in the Major League Baseball 2012 First-Year Draft.
We are not surprised that wicked hot “endorphin junkie” Mikki May has become our latest Babe of the Week. It seems like she was born to be May’s Babe of the Month — mainly because of her last name — and this latest victory for her is just a small stepping stone towards that goal.
Wendy Fiore proves without any reasonable doubt that having a giant set of melons, bazongas, hooters, or whatever you want to call them gives you the competitive edge you need to defeat your opponents. At least, when it comes to Babe of the Week.
Spokesmodel Kacie McDonnell and sexiest springboard diver Nikki Nardini were the last two women standing in the latest Babe of the Week competition. While both ladies put it a good fight, both winning the hearts of voters everywhere, it was Nardini who ultimately pulled ahead to win the title.
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