MISS OZZFEST 2006 Crowned: Photo Available

Jennifer Parker (photo) from Buffalo, NY was crowned Miss Ozzfest 2006 at the final show of this year's tour earlier today (Sunday, August 13) in West Palm Beach, Florida. Check out photos of all the contestants at this location.

As previously reported, throughout the summer, Ozzfest fans took matters into their own hands, voting for their favorite entrants at Ozzfest.com. All entries collected from Ozzfest emcee Big Dave (well-known for his role in MTV's "Battle for Ozzfest") and professional Ozzfest party guy, Eddie, were posted for fans to vote on. The top three in each tour city were awarded free tickets to the show in their city, where at some point during the evening's festivities, the trio of contestants were presented on stage to the discerning hard rock fans who voted on a winner. Photos of each winning contestant were posted once again on Ozzfest.com, where fans were able to pick their Miss Ozzfest 2006.


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