15 Nigerian models storm S’Africa
AFTER the successful completion of two editions, organizers are set to hold the 3rd edition of model competition tagged ‘Pearl Look 2015’, which is a fresh initiative born out a desire to give back to the society by empowering young ladies. The event is designed in such a way that each contestant participating in the competition is trained and ready to face the challenge of modeling industry.
Thousands of ladies trooped out en-masse to attend auditions of ‘Pearl Look 2015’ at cities across Nigeria – Calabar, Port Harcourt, Benin, Abuja and Lagos which marked the final destination for the auditions.
After vigorous screening, over 15 contestants were chosen to participate in ‘Pearl Look 2015’. The contestants will be travelling to South Africa on tour and will be accommodated in Sandton, Johannesburg.
“We made it different this year; all chosen contestants will be going to South Africa on tour. Over the years, we’ve only taken the winners; it’s a new year and we decided to break from the norm,” said Doyin Haastrup Olatokunbo, said producer Pearl Look Nigeria.
At the 3rd edition of the contest which will holds on April 4 at Oriental Hotel, Lagos, the overall winner will get a salary for six months and will be signed on as a model for one year at Ice Model Management in South Africa.
This lucky lady will join the likes of Julia Otobo and Bukola Anthony who won the last two editions of Pearl Look.