This isn't really about music, but, hey, it's been a slow news day so far. And who doesn't like beautiful women, and the reigning most beautiful woman is a singer, J. Lo.
PEOPLE magazine just announced the search for "Real Beauty at Every Age," for real women between the ages of 20-59 to appear in the 23rd annual "World’s Most Beautiful" special double issue, which hits newsstands on April 27.
This marks the first time in the franchise’s history that real women – in addition to celebrities -- will be featured in the magazine.
Readers can visit www.PEOPLE.com to nominate themselves or someone they know from March 5 -18 by submitting a photo and letting them know "what beauty means to them."
Fans may vote for their favorites from April 2-8 with one winner chosen to represent each age. Four grand prize finalists will receive an all-expenses paid trip to New York City for a glamorous photo shoot.
The winners will be revealed in PEOPLE’s "World’s Most Beautiful" 2012 issue, on newsstands April 27.
I know what you're thinking: but, David, we want to nominate YOU. Thanks for thinking that, but apparently the contest is only open to women.
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