KDWB personality makes 'Hottest Women on Radio' list

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A morning radio personality on KDWB in the Twin Cities is one of "Hottest Women in Radio," according to a new list.

The Pioneer Press reports that Falen Bonsett from the "Dave Ryan in the Morning Show" on KDWB was voted as the third hottest woman on radio nationwide on TheKayeList. Judges ranked 50 women radio personalities for the list, which was released by Jacksonville, Fla., radio show host Mark Kaye.

Responding to her ranking Bonsett told the Pioneer Press that she was "surprised" to be ranked No. 3, and thinks the honor is "very strange and flattering."

Bonsett started with KDWB in February 2012, and has been undergoing a weight transformation that she's been documenting on a blog on the station's website.

Erico Rico from 93Q in Houston topped the "Hottest Women on Radio" list.

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