Jamie Jungers Wins Tiger Woods Mistress Beauty Pageant
Jamie Jungers is the winner of the Tiger Woods Mistress Beauty Pageant organized by Howard Stern. INSIDE EDITION interviews former mistress Jaimee Grubbs about the contest and meeting her fellow former mistresses.
Tiger Woods's former mistresses faced off in a beauty pageant on The Howard Stern Show! Jamie Jungers, Loredana, and Jamie Grubbs wore lingerie and bikinis as they answered questions about their affairs with Woods.
The pageant was organized by shock jock Howard Stern.
INSIDE EDITION was with Jaimee Grubbs as she headed to the pageant at 6:30 a.m. She was feeling nervous about facing the shock jock and about meeting Woods's other mistresses for the first time.
"I got the shakes, [I'm] just going to try to have fun with it," she told INSIDE EDITION.
After the girls stripped down for Stern and took his questions, Jungers was crowned the winner. Her prize was $75,000 and a three-carat black diamond ring.
"[I want to thank] God, my family, my friends, my little dog Apple," said Jungers, sniffling, as she was crowned.
"She was just like, 'Thank you, I want to thank God, my dog Apple.' It was a little extreme. It was a contest, but it wasn't Miss America," Grubbs later said.
The other mistresses said they found Grubbs rude. "She just had attitude, she made me uncomfortable," said Jungers.
"Part of it is probably from jealousy. Because at the end Howard said [to me], 'Out of all the girls, hands down you are the most beautiful mistress out here.' If I heard that, I'd be upset," Grubbs told INSIDE EDITION.
Now she says it's time to move on: "That was the first time I've ever met any of those girls and it's going to be the last. I don't want to form a Tiger Woods mistress gang."
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