The contestants for the 2014 Miss Bumbum Competition, also referred to as "Miss Butt Brazil," have been announced.
Twenty-seven women will compete for the coveted title this year and the winner will take home a $22,000 prize.
The field will be trimmed down to 15 after an online vote and a jury will pick a winner during a ceremony in November.
Japan has a similar contest and there is also a U.S. version held in Miami.
It's worth noting that winning the contest isn't everything. Andressa Urach, a Miss Bumbum runner-up, was able turn her near victory into a gig as a World Cup reporter.