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'''Lady Di-Amel''' was the winner of the [[Honky Tonk Queen]] contest in [[2002]].<br>
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For personal engagements, please contact [[Howard Richman]].
  
Winner of the 2002 [[Honky Tonk Queen]] contest.
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===History===
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"What a surprise! Seeing that Lady Di-Amel does not compete....she just arrives...is seen...performs...and disappears. This was the case in Toronto when many contestants...but not all...dressed for a fairy tale theme and competed on the runway.
  
"What a surprise! Seeing that Lady Di-Amel AKA [[Howard Richman]] does not compete....she just arrives...is seen...performs...and disappears. This was the case in Toronto when many contestants...but not all...dressed for a fairy tale theme and competed on the runway.
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After Lady Di-Amel called/sang for the contestants and their escorts she exited the ballroom and ran up to the room to be cut out of her outfit...only for the phone to ring and voice crying out..."Get Back Down Here! You're One Of The Three Finalists!" And so...almost dressed and ready for a night at the Eagle, Howard returned to the Ballroom. And that was that!"<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20061031085302/http://www.iagsdc.org:80/main/awards/page/queendetail.php?selyear=2002 2006 IAGSDC Website]</ref>
 
 
After Lady Di-Amel called/sang for the contestants and their escorts she exited the ballroom and ran up to the room to be cut out of her outfit...only for the phone to ring and voice crying out..."Get Back Down Here! You're One Of The Three Finalists!" And so...almost dressed and ready for a night at the Eagle, Howard returned to the Ballroom. And that was that!"<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20061031085302/http://www.iagsdc.org:80/main/awards/page/queendetail.php?selyear=2002 2005 IAGSDC Website]</ref>
 
  
  
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Revision as of 17:29, 21 July 2020

Lady Di-Amel was the winner of the Honky Tonk Queen contest in 2002.
For personal engagements, please contact Howard Richman.

History

"What a surprise! Seeing that Lady Di-Amel does not compete....she just arrives...is seen...performs...and disappears. This was the case in Toronto when many contestants...but not all...dressed for a fairy tale theme and competed on the runway.

After Lady Di-Amel called/sang for the contestants and their escorts she exited the ballroom and ran up to the room to be cut out of her outfit...only for the phone to ring and voice crying out..."Get Back Down Here! You're One Of The Three Finalists!" And so...almost dressed and ready for a night at the Eagle, Howard returned to the Ballroom. And that was that!"[1]



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