Wilhelmina Needs Help Choosing Next Hot Body

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A month ago, the choosy choosertons from the Wilhelmina Modeling Agency hit SoBe looking for the next health-and-fitness model -- AKA the next hot piece of tail -- hot enough to rep the firm known as one of the most elite sources of the long, lean, and leggy. Entrants had to go through a screening process that included fitness and nutrition tests and, of course, a terse panel of judges. The search turned up dozens of winners, ten of whom are from the Magic City! So now they need our help (typical damsel/dude in distress ish) figuring out which guy and gal should be the one to join the Wilhelmina roster.

Click here to peruse the male candidates and here for the females. And beware, the term eye candy doesn't really give the selection any justice. We'll begin with chiseled, greased... and that's just the men.

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