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Windy City Gay Idol 2003 finalists
2003-06-15

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June 15, 2003

Luis Vega beat out 15 contestants in three rounds of competition Saturday at Circuit in the first Windy City Gay Idol contest, by

Windy City Media Group Group and Bud Light. Amazon (below left) came in a close second, followed by Shaun Sperling (right). Co-

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