Skip to comments.Maxim salutes the U.S. military with special issue featuring Kellie Pickler, sexy Marine
Posted on 08/01/2012 7:39:35 AM PDT by DFG
NEW YORK Maxim Magazines second "Salute to the Military" special edition features a country music cutie, a seriously hot Marine, and several of the magazine's iconic Hometown Hotties from across this great land of ours.
"American Idol" veteran and avid military supporter Kelli Pickler graces the cover, and the magazine's head honcho said choosing the singer was a no brainer.
She is not only beautiful, but she is a USO veteran. Shes been on five tours overseas in the past couple of years," Maxim editor-in-chief Dan Bova told FOX411.com. "She comes from a military family and she has a great love for these guys. It seemed like a perfect marriage of a beautiful woman everybody loves, and shes an ardent supporter of the military."
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I was so sad to see that adorable Taylor Swift had hooked-up with a Kennedy.
Yeah, but Kellie can actually sing.
“Yeah, but Kellie can actually sing.”
Yep. And she will be able to fill Dolly’s shoes!
“Hungary? Hungary is a country?”
How does that directly affect you?
Right shoulder - ARMS!
Present - ARMS!
Oh, I just had to do it.
She may not be bright, but she certainly is very easy on the eyes.
Where do you get this ‘not bright’ crap?
Yes, sexy, hot marines... that will really put the fear into our enemies. Why are conservatives celebrating the feminization of our military? A Marine should be tough, not “hot”. *sigh*
It is still about the most cringe-worthy moments of public ignorance I ever witnessed. How one gets past eighth grade without knowing that Europe is not a country and that Hungary is, is beyond understanding.
See if you can find a YouTube of her appearance on “Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?”. She isn’t.
But not Dolly's bra!
“But not Dolly’s bra!”
Heh heh heh ... nope ...
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