Everett native and Cottage Street resident Keshia Monvil, who is known in the Modeling world as Keshia Marie, will compete in the 2013 Top Model Worldwide Competition in London, UK representing Haiti.
Keshia who is a 1996 graduate of Everett High School will be participating in the competition for the second straight year. During last year’s competition, Keshia won the Public Vote Award, by garnering the most public votes through the on-line voting portion of the competition.
This year, Keshia hopes to not only earn the Public Vote Award again, but also earn the top prize in the competition overall.
Keshia is a popular and well-known local runway model who has done over 40 fashion shows in the Boston area and participated in fashion shoots for local Boston area designers. She has also traveled across the country to model fashions for different designers and has also appeared in several movies as an extra.
Top Model Worldwide finalists fans and supporters can now vote online to support Keshia by going on-line and voting at www.topmodelworldwide.com/keshiam. Each vote it costs 1 British Pound, which averages $1.63 in US dollars and members of the public can vote up to 20 times if they wish.
Top Model Worldwide 2013 Public Vote Award is a prestigious annual award and recognizes an individual finalists’ popularity with the public and 100% of the profits from the Public Vote Awards are donated directly to Great Ormond Street based CHILDREN with CANCER UK.
Voting in the Public Voting ends on April 11, 2013 and the grand finale of the competition will be held on April 13, 2013.
Top Model awards are decided by a panel of fashion and model industry professionals.
The finalist with the highest number of votes in each Grand Final category will receive a stunning glass award and the finalist with the overall highest number of votes wins a Hilton weekend for two!
TOP MODEL WORLDWIDE is a fashion and model industry backed search and does not have beauty pageant style heats or public text voting to select the Finalists. All finalists are selected by interview and by industry professionals.