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Miami TV Babe Stella Vidal Ranked As Sexy As J-Lo

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Miami's hotties have long been overlooked by the rest of the nation. (We think they're just jealous.)

So it's refreshing to see one of our own get the recognition she deserves -- especially when she's this fun to look at.

Livin La Vida host Stella Vidal was ranked #52 on mostbeautifullist.com's rankings of the most beautiful women on the planet. And it's not hard to see why.

The "silver Colombian goddess" is best known for her show, which is in its second year of syndication in Miami. But you might also recognize her from her stint as a member of the Miami Caliente, our proud city's Lingerie Football League franchise.

The award also comes on the heels of Vidal's award for "Best TV Host of the Year," awarded to her in October at the First Annual Women of the Arts Awards Gala.

We think she belongs at the top of the Most Beautiful List, alongside Selena Gomez and Megan Fox. But it's clear Vidal wants to be more than a pretty face. "You are a tool in the achievement of your goals. If you don't sharpen

that 'tool' and keep it at its maximum performance, you will be

functioning at a less than optimal level," she says. "Maintaining a level of

balance, and a high degree of self monitoring, combined with a respect

for what's spiritual, will ensure that you remain a winner."

Keep sharpening that tool, Stella, and maybe you'll get there next year.

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