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The Real Miss Universe Amy Willerton

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You may disagree with us, but there’s something extremely sophisticated about British women. Perhaps it’s their accents or their appreciation of the beautiful game? That’s soccer for the uninformed. We aren’t sure, and ‘though we revolted against the monarchy, the UK continues to bless the U.S. with beautiful imports. Lucy Pinder, Sophie Howard, Keeley Hazell are some of the most alluring glamour models from across the pond. We suggest you add another name to that list. Allow us to introduce Amy Willerton. As the New York Giants prepare to play on Sunday night, we thought that the real Miss Universe Amy Willerton could ‘knight’ the team and lead them to victory.

From Price to Miss Universe

Amy Willerton is a voluptuous British model, who used to be glamour model Katie Price’s protege. As described by COED.com in a 2013 profile, Amy competed on the TV show ‘Signed By Katie Price in 2012. The competition show awarded the winner a contract with Katie Price’s modeling agency. But the team-up didn’t work out. The modeling agency wasn’t booking Willerton on jobs. When she asked Price about the lack of work, Willerton alleges Price blew her off. The aspiring model “lost confidence in their [Signed] ability to deliver on promises made.” Price did not appreciate the comments and the two have feuded in the British tabloids ever since.

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Courtesy: The Sun

Miss Great Britain

Willerton bounced back after the fallout. She won the title of “Miss Great Britain 2013” in a landslide and competed in that year’s Miss Universe pageant. For what it’s worth, we believe Amy Willerton is the Miss Universe we all deserve. Congratulations on the honor and if Willerton somehow became the actual Queen of England, we would become her reign again.

The images in our gallery are courtesy of COED and FHM. In conclusion, we wish Amy Willerton continued success. We encourage you to follow her on Facebook | Twitter.

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