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A Closer Look at KUPD's MILF Contest 2012

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Hell hath no fury like a MILF scorned, and right now there most certainly are a couple of outraged cougars on the prowl around town. That's because 98 KUPD's annual MILF contest has chosen a lucky winner of a trip for two to Bamboozle Fest and $500 spending cash. That's right, the Valley's hottest MILF, Andrea, mother of a 4-year-old boy, beat out tons of contestants when it came time to role-play, kiss girls (for the first time!) and stick her hand down a midgets' pants.

"Well, it was my first time kissing a girl," Andrea says. "And when it comes to the ridicule from my more conservative friends and family . . . yes, it was probably the worst [part of the contest]."

Andrea doesn't plan on going to Bamboozle Fest ("The plane tickets are too expensive. They had a cash option, so I just went with that -- I mean, I'm a single mom!") and doesn't plan to enter the contest again next year. Which isn't to say she's not into hanging out with the Morning Sickness guys again in 2013.

"I wouldn't enter it again next year," she says, "but I get to come back to the studio and watch the 2013 contest, and help pick the new MILF, I think -- which could be pretty fun! I mean, it's KUPD. Those guys know what they're doing."

Check out more photos from KUPD's 2012 MILF contest on the following pages.

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