Are you the next Rosie Huntington-Whiteley?
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Do you have what it takes to be a top model? Then StarNow is looking for you! Now in its second year, the StarNow Global Model Search is now underway, offering both girls and guys the change to break into the world of modelling. StarNow, the UK’s number one casting website and the world’s leading site for online auditions and jobs, is working with three of the world’s top model agencies – Models1 , LA Models and Vivien’s Model Management – to find up-and-coming models. Closing date for entries is 2nd October 2013, so get yours in now here! It is free to enter, and no previous experience is necessary; the only requirement is that you are between the ages of 14 and 21. The Global Model Search has already proved a perfect platform for one of last year’s winners, Rebeca Maros (pictured). Rebeca was signed to Model1, which represents Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Yasmin Le Bon and Linda Evangelista. Rebeca recently beat over 3,000 other model entrants to front a campaign for Topshop: "Being part of StarNow’s Global Model Search has been a fantastic experience for me," she says. "It’s one of those things that I never really thought I could win, but StarNow have created an amazing campaign that is also supported by top model agencies that all have great global reputations. This model search really does provide the perfect opportunity for young models to take their first steps into the industry." Jasmine Taggart, a representative of StarNow, added "We have a very strong track record of helping and supporting talent across the globe and the Global Model Search is a great chance for us to work with our partners (Models 1, LA Models & Vivien’s Model Management) and discover aspiring models in different countries. Rebeca has been a great ambassador for us and shows that talent can be discovered anywhere and at anytime. "This year’s winner could end up working with a major fashion brand, as Rebeca has done, or even be the face of a cosmetics giant – the opportunities are endless."