Miss Hotlegs 2018 Gets New Grand Finale Date
Niche beauty pageant, Miss Hotlegs Nigeria, by Finishing Touch Events, having previously been scheduled for Saturday, September 29, 2018 at Lekki Astoria Event Centre, Lekki, Lagos, is currently scheduled for Saturday November 3, 2018 at the same venue.
According to the director, Miss Hotlegs pageant, Mosy O’Ginni, the reason for the rescheduling is to give contestants, sponsors and supporters, more time to prepare for the event.
She says it is also to give the judges more time to access and perceive the strengths of the contestants. She added that there was also the need to pick a new queen closer to the end of the year, all to ensure that the reign of both the outgoing and incoming queens ended and began in a smooth, seamless manner.
As previously stated, the event is expected to kick-off with a red carpet session at 5pm with the main event following immediately after.
The application for Miss Hotlegs Nigeria, which started in March and ended on May 30, 2018, has since culminated in the November event, which is where the winner of this year’s competition would be announced.
Mosy O’Ginni, among other A-listers from diverse industries would be on hand to usher in the reign of the new queen.
She reveals that this year’s event is poised to be the biggest ever since the history of the pageant, and the winner will walk away with cash prizes sponsored by Finishing Touch Events UK and the chance to represent Nigeria at the Miss Hotlegs Africa Pageant among other mouth-watering prizes. She promised other mouth-watering prizes for the runners-up.
“It is a win win situation for everybody. To host a memorable show, everyone needs to be ready and all the ‘I’s and ‘T’s are crossed. Sponsors are happy that they have more breathing space and more time to prepare for the show. This window will also be a good opportunity for more sponsors who have shown interest to come on board. Most importantly, the girls will not be choked for time and they will have more time to get ready. It is all about them,” O’Ginni says.