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February 5, 2013


CoverGirl got it right when they signed the DJ and production duo NERVO ‘to fit the brand’s “beauty with an edge” motto!’ The girls are gorgeous AND very talented having produced tracks for major talent such as Armin van Buuren & Ke$ha to name a couple. I got a chance to see them rock out at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival; what an experience! I spotted an article on Huffpost where the girls spoke in depth about their love for social media: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & Tumblr. Check out a statement below and be sure to follow them; they love their fans! xo @rozOonTheGo

We’re going through a healthy obsession with our social media lately, particularlyInstagram. Pictures can say so many words in just a few seconds. We love interacting with our fans. Even if they can’t be at our gigs they can still share in the craziness via our [social media profiles]. Our fans tell us what they want to hear us play, what they’re going to wear to the gig, who they’re going to the gigs with. Their excitement is infectious and makes us want to be better for them. #truestory

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June 1, 2012
America’s Next Top Model: Who Won British Invasion?

America’s Next Top Model's clash of nations wrapped up Wednesday night, with Britain's Sophie Sumner and America's Laura LaFrate squaring off in the finale. 

So, who did their country most proud? Read on to find out the winner. 

After a dramatic finale that saw LaFrate rushed to the hospital early on with an apparent panic attack, it was Sumner who walked away with the title. The judges heaped praise on the British contestant, with host Tyra Banks even using the word “genius” to describe her work in one contest. 

The show’s 18th cycle, themed "British Invasion," featured American and British models competing. The challenges in the finale included doing TV ads for Covergirl and a runway show with holograms. 

The prize was a spread in Italian Vogue, a Covergirl cosmetics contract and a modeling contract. 

In an interview after the finale, LaFrate, 20, a native of upstate New York, told the Albany Times Union that she was relieved not to have to keep the outcome a secret any longer. “I felt like I was lying to people,” she said. 

Meanwhile, the second time was the charm for Sumner, 22, who competed, but didn’t win, on Britain’s Next Top Model's fifth cycle.


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