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Little Fairest of the Fair 2013: Jaylian Olivia Jones
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Jaylian Olivia Jones added a little extra sparkle to the stage Tuesday evening at the Little Fairest of the Fair Pageant held at the fair grandstands.
The petite miss was adorable in a sequin encrusted floor-length gown sparkling in shades of pink and silver.
After being crowned by the reigning queen Kadence Ledbetter, Olivia said, “I knew I was going to win because I felt it in my heart ... and my mom told me so.”
The 7-year-old’s proud parents are Jason and Tanya Jones. 
Others in the court are: Kalia Nevaeh Stewart, daughter of Heather and Hobie Stewart, first runner-up; Danika Lashay Reno, daughter of Bethni and Jerry Martin, second runner-up; and Megan Kate Davenport, daughter of Matthew and Tennille Davenport, third runner-up.
Contestants in addition to the court in the Top 20 include: Paige LaShae Sweeten, daughter of Heather and James Jones, and Justin and Christian Grissom; Alanna Griffith, daughter of Aimee and Matt Elkins, and Damon Perkins; Abbigale Lynn Judkins, daughter of Brandie Gipson and the late Cory Judkins; Laurna Beth McCormick, daughter of Vanessa McCormick; Camdyn Porter, daughter of John Mark and Betsy Porter; Bella Blankenship, daughter of Jon and Candy Blankenship; Karigan Rae Smith, daughter of J.B. and Sherri Smith; and Karigan Faith Bost, daughter of Mike and Kristi Bost.
Those named to the Top 20 and Top 12 list are: Keira Rain Reynolds, daughter of Blaka and Nikki Reynolds; Lauren Elizabeth Mansfield, daughter of Mike and Brandie Mansfield; Emma Cordell, daughter of Jeff and Leann Cordell; Caroline Elizabeth Stiles, daughter of Tommy and Christie Stiles; Leela Beaty, daughter of Philip and Candy Beaty; Dallis Rayne Melton, daughter of Josh and Peggy Melton; Chloe Rogers, daughter of Marcus and Mary Beth Rogers-Taylor; and Isabel Newby, daughter of Patsy Davidson, and Jason Newby. 
Fifty-seven young ladies between the ages of 7 and 9 participated in the event, with Darrell Bouldin serving as the master of ceremonies.