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X-Play Announces the “Bringing Sexy Back” Fashion Show

December 27, 2012

GNN Reporter Rakiko Lowtide spoke with Baby Girl about an upcoming fashion show.

Baby Girl and La’a talking about the upcoming event.

Nar Shaddaa: X-Play, the entertainment company owned by Kaelinn X, alias Baby Girl, will host an intergalactic fashion competition in just a week. Naming it “Bringing Sexy Back”, Baby Girl hopes that they event will be fun for everyone. She’s only given herself and her company a week to organize and pull the event off, but is confident they will be able to do it.

Currently S-Play is looking for models to enter the competition. They will face off in three competitions; Casual, swim-wear and formal. They will be judged by X-Play selected judges and the winner will win 1000 credits, followed by 500 for second and 250 for third. Furthermore they’ll receive a modeling contract to be featured in future X-Play event posters.

Club “Baby Girl’s” on Nar Shaddaa.

The models will bring their own fashions to show off. Anyone from around the galaxy will be able to enter, without limits on Gender, species, religion or other qualifying matters. All are welcome to enter and only needs to contact an X-Play representative or staff at the Baby Girl’s club on Nar Shaddaa to secure their place in the show with an application.

The event should be fun for everyone, with food and drink specials, games, and a party afterwards. The event itself will be held at the club known as “Baby Gir’ls” located on the lower levels of Nar Shaddaa. Baby Girl and her company looks forward to meeting all the interested models and to put on a successful show.

— Rakiko Lowtide

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  1. Kasmiel
    January 1, 2013 at 12:56 PM

    I have never been able to see why anyone should be given an award for the body features they were born with. Had the models sculpted their own body shapes, and carved their own facial features and so on, I would find an award more valid. But an award for being born with ‘good looks’ seems disproportionate and inappropriate.

    • Kasmiel
      January 1, 2013 at 1:00 PM

      ((actually, never mind, I misread))

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