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Twin Peaks All-Star Bikini contest returns to DFW

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Posted 8:26pm on Monday, Jun. 09, 2014

The fourth annual Twin Peaks All-Star Bikini Contest will take place on June 18 at 8 p.m. at Gilley's in Dallas. The big event returns to North Texas, home of the original Twin Peaks in Lewisville, following a one-year excursion to Denver last summer. 

Much like the popular sports restaurant chain itself, this event has made huge strides from its inaugural all-star contest that was held inside a steamy tent constructed in the parking lot of the Addison Twin Peaks back in the summer of 2010. That year's contest featured 28 contestants (two from each of the 14 locations that were open at that time) and even had yours truly as one of the "celebrity" judges.

This year's event will feature 51 ladies, one from each of the Twin Peaks locations across the United States. There will be a variety of wardrobe changes, beginning with the ladies donning their red and black Twin Peaks bikinis followed by each wearing a bikini of their choice. Next up will be the lingerie portion, where the all-stars will walk the runway in Victoria's Secret Fashion Show-style.

Once the top 10 are selected, they will return to the runway in a "LumberJill" outfit in their best effort to win the title of Miss Twin Peaks 2014. The winner will receive $5,000, a spread in the 2015 Twin Peaks Calendar and other modeling opportunities.

This year's event will be broadcast live to every Twin Peaks location, and guests at Gilley's or watching live from any of the restaurants will be able to text in their vote for their favorite all-star to see who will win "Miss Popular."

Judges for this year's contest include UFC fighter Miesha Tate, Sweet Revenge Bikinis owner Jamie Wright and Sports Radio 1310 The Ticket's Corby Davidson.

VIP tickets are available for $15 and general admission are $5 by visiting here.

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