Beauty Queen Shares Her Own 'Body Drama' She may be a former Miss Virginia, but beauty queen-turned-author Nancy Amanda Redd is on a mission to help young women deal with their body issues. She wrote a new advice book titled Body Drama.
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Beauty Queen Shares Her Own 'Body Drama'

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Beauty Queen Shares Her Own 'Body Drama'

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She may be a former Miss Virginia, but beauty queen-turned-author Nancy Amanda Redd is on a mission to help young women deal with their body issues.

Redd, who is also a Harvard graduate, says pageant contestants have just as many insecurities as the girls watching them on television.

She is the author of a new advice book titled Body Drama.

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