Women chosen to star in Redneck Housewives of Alabama

These Alabama women have a fondness for big trucks, guns and hunting - and they are now about to become reality television stars.

The eight women have been chosen to star in the new reality television show Redneck Housewives of Alabama.

The show is set to feature a retired Dolly Parton impersonator and pageant winner, a country singer and a long-distance truck driver.

Redneck Housewives of Alabama was created by local Huntsville company Helen Evans LLC and auditions were held earlier in the year.

Mother-of-two Rhonda Randolph is a retired Dolly Parton impersonator and former Mrs America pageant winner. She is one of eight women to star in Redneck Housewives of Alabama

Leah Seawright was born and raised in Fort Payne. The mother-of-three regularly tours and performs with her band

Leah Seawright was born and raised in Fort Payne. The mother-of-three regularly tours and performs with her band

It isn't yet clear if the reality series will be picked up by a major network but the eight chosen women have already started filming the show. 

Mother-of-two Rhonda Randolph is a retired Dolly Parton impersonator and former Mrs America pageant winner.

She has been married to her high school sweetheart Reggie for 29 years and now owns her own men-only barber shop in Hueytown.

Randolph says she loves shooting guns, dirt bike riding and is in the process of restoring her beloved 1972 Ford F100 pickup truck.

Amanda Keller is a self-proclaimed rebel who loves shooting guns, hunting, and fishing. 

She says she learned to be tough from a young age after being diagnosed with dyslexia in the first grade. 

'Kids made fun of me and that's how the jokester I am today was born. If I made them laugh about other things then they weren't laughing at my disability,' she said.

Amanda Keller

Kel Wilson

Amanda Keller (left) is a self-proclaimed rebel who loves shooting guns and hunting. Kel Wilson (right) is the youngest on the show at 24 years of age

Phyllis Neighbors

Yolanda Banks

Truck driver Yolanda Banks (right) is also joining the show. Phyllis Neighbors (left) runs a farm in New Market with her husband

Beth Hurt

Emily Smotherman

Mother-of-one Emily Smotherman (right) is a commercial parts pro and competes in off road racing with her

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