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Channel [V] kicks off 'Get Gorgeous 2'

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MUMBAI: Star's 24-hour music channel [V] has come back with yet another round of reality model hunt LG CDMA Channel [v]'s Get Gorgeous-2.

For Get Gorgeous- 2, the channel is on a search for the country's hottest face.

:According to a media release, the channel received response of over 3,000 entries across five cities- Delhi, Kolkata, Pune, Bangalore and Goa the search for the hottest face finally arrives in Mumbai.

[v] Get Gorgeous-1 winner and now Channel [v] VJ, Archana would be guiding these young women. Get Gorgeous- 2 is looking for the one face that will launch a thousand products.

From the total entries received, 20 shortlisted finalists will spend a week at the Taj Samudra, Colombo and Taj Exotica, Bentota, with a leading model and undergo a complete transformation from the best in the industry; leading up to the selection of the final winner, who will bag the biggest reward - a contract with Channel [v] and Elite, informs the official communiqué.

Kicking off the second season of this hunt, Channel [v] head honcho Amar K Deb stated, "Four young girls are living their dreams right now dreams made possible by LGCDMA, Channel [v] and Elite with the Get Gorgeous hunt."

He further adds, "The concept was a hit with girls across the country, the show was a stupendous success with audiences across India and the final 4 winners were a huge hit within the modeling world enough reason for us to launch another season of [v] Get Gorgeous. This time round we'll have one winner but promise to double the excitement!"

The eligible candidate has to be above 16 years of age. A photograph along with personal details can be dropped at the nearest Café Coffee Day outlet in the above mentioned cities or log on to vindia.com.

The auditions and party where representatives from Channel [v] and Elite Model Management will screen the numerous entries. The LG CDMA [v] Get Gorgeous auditions will be held between 2 pm and 4 pm in Mumbai on 24 February.

Elite Model Management (India) director and CEO Sushma Puri says, "The fashion and modeling world is always looking for fresh new faces. We were thrilled that our association with Channel [v] and the first edition of [v] Get Gorgeous helped us find 4 striking new faces."

Adds VJ Archana, "I am so happy to be back in Mumbai. I was discovered last year through the hunt and LG CDMA [v] Get Gorgeous changed my life completely and now with the second edition of this hunt, I also hope to be able to help make someone's dreams come true."

The search is expected to take about 4 months before presenting India with its next supermodel.

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