Dubbo lady vies for Miss Universe title
April 3, 2017 - miss universe
Rachel Wykes of Dubbo is holding a displaying attention by storm.
Being comparison to contest in a NSW State Finals of Miss Universe Australia is a dream come loyal for Dubbo woman, Rachel Wykes.
The 19-year-old was comparison for a foe after usually 3 years in a displaying industry, and will come adult opposite 25 of a state’s tip models as they strive for a place in a Nationals line-up.
Rachel – who has sealed with Wink Models Australia in Sydney – pronounced she was primarily puzzled of her chances to be comparison as a finalist after being incompetent to attend a initial theatre of auditions.
Instead, she submitted an absentee focus and was repelled to accept a reply.
“When we finished this focus we overtly didn’t consider we would have done it in,” she said.
“But when receiving a acknowledgment email to contend that we had been comparison as a NSW State Finalist we could not trust it!”
The foe will be hold in Sydney on Apr 30 and will engage 3 sections – bikini, dusk wear and personality. Rachel will join women especially from a Sydney and Newcastle areas as they strive for a mark during Nationals.
Rachel pronounced being comparison for a State Finals is already an feat in itself as she follows in a footsteps of her idol, Jesinta Campbell, a 2010 Miss Universe Australia.
“I have so many concerned feelings about State Finals, though we know when we pull myself out of my comfort section we will make myself really proud,” she said.
“Though we am shaken we know this could lead to many good opportunities for my destiny so we am really vehement for what it has to offer!”
The preference adds to her already prolonged list of accolades including featuring on dual posters in Riverdale SHopping Centre for Elle and Vee Boutique, winning a rough theatre in Dubbo for Miss Country Girl Australia, preference in a tip 6 of Australia’s Next Top Model – Central West, and featuring on a cover for Take 5 Magazine in February.
She hopes her aberration creates her a standout from her associate competitors.
“Every lady in a NSW group that we have met all are pleasing girls that have good individuality that creates them mount out,” she said.
“I wish that my laid-back celebrity and goofy/fun side can make people giggle and feel relatable.
“ I would like to paint myself to Australia as a lady from Dubbo.
“If we can be myself and inspire girls to follow their dreams no matter a obstacles they confront on a approach we will feel like we have won a competition.”