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If you've ever wondered how men would fare in a beauty competition, this Friday night you can find out.

The Women's Resource Center is hosting "Hunks in Heels" at the Moose Lodge in Beckley. Twenty-eight "hunks" will be strutting their stuff in front of judges and their fans.

Dee Sizemore with the Women's Resource Center told 59News this is one event you won't want to miss.

"Everybody's outfits are different. The only stipulation was they had to wear women's heels. It's up to their imaginations and some of them have some pretty good imaginations," Sizemore said.

They've already raised more than $8,000.

You can still vote online, it's $5 to vote and you can vote as many time as you want at www.wrcwv.org. Voting is open until 10 a.m. on Friday, March 14.

Tickets are sold out but you can buy a copy of the DVD for $20 after the event on their website. Our very own Dan Thorn has his ready and has been practicing.