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Gap Casting Call Girls 2016

Somehow the Gap Casting Call has a wide array of very well named children each year, you would think this was a naming pageant. So without further ado, the U.S. names from submissions...

Kyleigh (2) & Kylee & Kaileigh
Caylee & Kaylie
Paislee & Paisley (3)
Rifka
Penelope
Alina
Gabriela & Gabriella
Layla (2) Leila & Laila
Lennon (2)
Farrah
Elizabeth (4)
Brianna
Hattie
Lillian (2)
Alaina (2)
Madison (5)
Esther
Kayden and Kaiden (2)
Kendall
Scarlette
Alessandra
Belen
Gloria
Lyric
Isla
Kinsley
Maelin
London (3) & Londyn
Mikayla (2) & Micaela & Makayla
Madeleine & Madeline (3)
Norah (3)
Kelsie
Melody
Amelia
Sequoia
Emma (4)
Arianna (3) & Ariana (2) & Aryanna
Violet (3)
Ipek
Anna (2)
Avril
Sophia (5) & Sofie & Sofia & Sophie (2)
Ananda
Annabeth
Bianca
Adrianna (2)
Sky (f & m)
Valentina (2)
Eva (2)
Stella (3)
Autumn
Mariah (2)
Peyton (2)
Baylinn
Ava (2) & Avalyn & Avalyne
Elle
Eloise
Emmaline
Wren
Imogen
Julia (3)
Dallas & Dallis
Kenzie & McKenzie
Aubrey (2) & Aubri
Janie
Emri
Ember
Olivia (6)
Mavelyn
Riley & Rylee (2)
Dezmarie
Everleigh & Everlie
Alaysia
Halie & Hallie
Lior
Abigail (5)
Audrey
Reese (2)
Zyah
Melanie
Kaylani
Julianna (2)
Avery
Olive
Amelie
Kiyomi
Margot
Eleanor (6)
Charlotte (2)
Skyler (m & f)
Alyce & Alice (3)
Breena
Minah
Damiya
Willow
Tessa
Stokely
Brooke
Adaleigh
Lucia (2)
Camille (2)
Lilith
Aniah & Aniya (3)
Angelia
Michelle
Addison (2)
Halle
Rianna
Maya (2) & Amaya (2)
Mila (2)
Ariella
Bella
Chloe (4)
Isabela & Isabella & Isabelle
Annabella & Annabelle (3)
Mia-Monroe
Aashka
Alexa & Alexis
Amani
Jordyn (2)
Caliya
Glori
Hannah
Ellana
Charley & Charlie
Chanel
Clare & Claire
Emily
Lola (3)
Lylah
Caterina
Catalina & Katalina
Codi
Adalyn
Berlin
Elena
Katherine
Kayla (2)
Ruby (2)
Lalia
Noelle
Sally
Nilah
Marleigh
Malaysia
Kaylin
Natalie (2)
Kinley (2) & McKinley
Luna
Gianna (2)
Geovanna
Cataliah
Lilly (2)
Syann
Alayah
Brenna
Allie (2)
Amy
Makenna
Caroline
Stevie
Aria (2) & Aryah
Harley
Samantha (2)
Allison
Naya
Lucy
Josalyn
Pamela
Jadyn
Daniela
Evelyn (2)
Brinley & Brynlee
Nevaeh
Piper
Molly
Havannah
Harper (2)
Victoria
Zoey (2)
Analee`
Holly
Danica
Adeline
Sloan
Dylan
Benett
Amber (2)
Milliana
Veola
Bailey
Grace
Aila
Christina & Kristina
Lea
Berkley
Mia (2)
Jaycee
Carina
Aaliyah & Naliyah
Caidence & Kaydence
Majesti
Elani
Milan
Brylee
Delainee
Vivienne
Kenadie
Nila & Nyla
Sawyer
Emeri
Grey
Hayden
Keira
Elliot
Campbell
Josephine
Morgan
Brooklyn
Clarity
Savannah
Emerson
Alyssa (2)
Dia
Alizee
Leah
Aviana
Lydia
Maura
Brielle
Amira

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