Crushable: Women with awesome voices

In my catalog of “hot women” I have a special category for women with awesome voices – and I don’t just mean singing voices, but speaking voices as well. There are a handful of women to whom I would just sit for hours upon hours and listen while they talked – and two of them were at last night’s GLAAD Media Awards:

Kristen Chenoweth was being honored with the GLAAD Vanguard Award:

And Dolly Parton was there to present an award to Robert Greenblatt, chairman of NBC entertainment:

The other woman who falls into the “hot speaking voice” category is the actress Billie Burke, who most people will recognize as Glinda from the Wizard of Oz in 1939:

Here she is in more of her from movie “Dinner at Eight” in 1933:

Here’s a “funny for the time” comedic gender-bending Billie Burke on a radio comedy program with Joan Crawford and Fanny Brice in “If Women Went on Hunting Trips as Men Do”. From the “Good News of 1939” Radio Show: