Organisers of Miss Hotlegs Nigeria, has announced the commencement of registration for this year’s pageant. They made the announcement in Lagos while speaking with a select journalist and bloggers.
According to them, preparations are on the way to screen contestants from all over the country in order to select finalists who would take part in the grand finale.
Would-be contestants, they say, should be a Nigerian by birth, single, and must be between the ages of 18 and 28 years. The pageant is unique because it focuses on the legs of the contestants along with their composure and poise.
Organisers also say that contestants have to be fluent in English language, have a minimum of secondary school leaving certificate and has to be 5ft or taller.
Mosy O'Ginni, the events director speaks on the event. “Last year was a huge success. After the event, we have been receiving calls from across the country. Our winner have also been making good of her promises. She is in the media almost every week. All these informed our decision to start early this year. We don’t want to be caught in the rush like last year.”
O’Ginni also revealed that this year’s winner will walk away with a cash prize sponsored by Finishing Touch Events UK and the chance to represent Nigeria at the Miss Hotlegs Africa Pageant among other mouth-watering prizes. She promises similar mouth watering prizes for the runners-up.
“Eligible girls can go to www.misshotlegsng.com, and submit your entry online. We pegged this year’s Registration fee at N5000, contestants are to make a bank deposit at any branch of Zenith Bank across the nation,” said O’Ginni.
Other qualities expected from contestants include; ability to walk properly, creative, spontaneous, have stage presence and verbal communication skills.
The organisers have also revealed the audition dates for different regions of the country and the events proper. Audition holds between 8 and 17th March, in Lagos, Ibadan, Porthacourt and Abuja. The grand finale will hold at Bespoke Centre, Lekki on Monday, 17th April.
Last year’s finale also held at the Besopke Centre in Lagos. The winner Flora Chidi has been a champion in the Sickle Cell campaign since she was crowned. Flora in a chat says she is excited that another edition of the pageant that brought her fame is about to hold. “The pageant has done a lot for me. I am recognised where ever I go. It has also helped me reach the less privileged which has always been my dream. I hope the new contestants take advantage of the opportunities the pageant offers,” Chidi says.