Date Scott Brown's Daughter! She's Single and Athletic

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Scott Brown speaks in Boston on Jan. 19, 2010, after winning a special election held to fill the U.S. Senate seat left vacant by the death of Sen. Edward Kennedy. Credit: Charles Krupa, AP

Scott Brown not only ran a good Senate campaign, he's also not afraid to make like Yenta the matchmaker for his daughter.

In his victory speech on Tuesday, the newly elected Republican Senator from Massachusetts thanked his family, including his two daughters. But he didn't stop there. In fact, Brown said he would like to help one of his daughters with her social life.

In the speech, Brown said he relies on the "love and support" of his wife, Gail, and their daughters, 21-year-old Ayla and 19-year-old Arianna. Then he added, "And just in case anyone who's watching throughout the country, they're both available." (Because that's what we were thinking.) To clarify, Brown said, "Arianna's definitely not available. But Ayla is."

Mack Daddy Brown acknowledged he was "gonna get in trouble" at home, but he didn't stop talking about his girls. In order to help any potential suitors/stalkers, Brown proceeded to point out which daughter was which, and to tell the world where Arianna goes to college. (Syracuse, pre-med -- she's an earner!) But remember guys, she's spoken for.

Ayla, remember her from season five of "American Idol"? She's the one you want. In addition to continuing her singing career, Ayla attends Boston College, where she plays basketball. That prompted Brown to tell the crowd how he had challenged President Barack Obama to a basketball game. In the speech, Brown says he told Obama, "Why don't you pick your best player, and I'll take Ayla, and we'll take you on two on two."

To be fair, Brown might want to let Ayla rest a little. A quick glance at her Web site shows that she really has been working hard to help with her father's campaign. Maybe, as a reward, he could have skipped trying to get her a date on national television.

Here is a video of Ayla's personal message to her fans.

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