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updated 10/9/2009 2:39:26 PM ET 2009-10-09T18:39:26

The Miss America Organization says Rush Limbaugh will be a judge for the 2010 pageant in Las Vegas.

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It will be held at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on Jan. 30, broadcast live on TLC.

Limbaugh will be on the panel of seven judges that will help decide who will be crowned Miss America 2010.

The Miss America Organization said Friday when making the announcement that Limbaugh's radio program is in its 22nd year and is on nearly 600 radio stations with an audience of 20 million.

President and CEO Art McMaster says the Miss America Organization is thrilled to have Limbaugh as a judge.

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