Have you ever wanted to interview one of your favourite celebrities? For one lucky Flavour Mag reader, this opportunity could soon be theirs. For the 6th year running Miss Flavour will be taking London by storm. The contest hosted by Flavour magazine is in search of the most beautiful, stylish and charismatic girl out there. This year, for the first time, the winner will have the opportunity to be a guest presenter on Flavour Mag TV and get to interview some stars.
Miss Flavour is a dynamic fusion of models, fashion and entertainment. Each year young women choose to compete in Miss Flavour in front of high profile celebrities, top professionals within the creative industries and members of the public to promote themselves and win amazing prizes.
Take a look at last year’s winner Amy (centre):
What’s more, it’s not just about the winning they say, it’s the taking part. Last year’s Miss Flavour finalists got to attend the Miss Flavour event which featured award winning rapper Chipmunk, rising indie/reggae singer-songwriter Sam Garrett plus entertainment from The Fuel Girls fire-breathing performers and comedian Axel the Entertainer.
So if you think that this year’s crown has your name on it then send us an e-mail at email@example.com with your name, age, email address and contact number, photo and a bit on why you want to enter.
How did you feel when your name was announced as the winner?
I was really happy. It’s hard pursuing modelling full-time, without an agent. Doing all this by yourself, sometimes you feel like giving up; you give a lot but don’t receive anything sometimes. When I heard my name, it was like, wow! All this effort for something at the end finally.
What part of the competition was the best?
I love being on the runway! For me it was like another fashion show; usually people are so quiet, so it’s a bit more stressful. When everyone was cheering it made me much more confident.
As Miss Flavour 2011, what do you hope to gain from this opportunity?
I want more exposure to boost my career; I really want to become a public figure, like an ambassador for my country. There are some issues back in my home country Congo that I would like to make people aware of.