Miss West Virginia 1994 Appears on Bravo Reality Show

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So what happens to beauty queens after they hang up their crowns?

Well, in the case of Miss West Virginia 1994, Jennifer Bopp-Cady, it's owning a business. But now she's back in the national spotlight.

Cady owns Studio 157, a struggling hair salon in Hendersonville, Tennessee, which was featuring Thursday night on Bravo's "Tabatha Takes Over."

Cady, a photographer specializing in pageant photography, said she even never thought she'd own a business, but her pageant roots gave her a reason to try to salvage her investment.

"Pageants changed my life about 20 years ago. I was Miss West Virginia. It's a wonderful thing to be a part of, but more than photography, my passion is investing in people and believing they can achieve something in their life," said Cady.

If you missed Thursday night's episode of "Tabatha Takes Over," it will re-air on Bravo at 1 a.m. on Friday.


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