(Netease) RedNet.cn reported on September 5, “Morning News Weekly” (A Hunan based magazine) hosted the first breast model contest in HunanProvince which lasted nearly 2 months, and the final was held on September 4 inChangsha. According to the design of the organizing committee, the final site was selected to be an outdoor stage with a water view. However the sudden pouring rain not only blurred models’ visions, it even made some of them slip and fall on stage. This did not affect Changsha citizen viewers’ enthusiasm towards the contest. Many people stood in the rain holding umbrellas for more than an hour, only to witness the elegant “breast models” (ÐØÄ£).
In fact, this beauty pageant with the slogan of “appreciate female body and self-confidence” did not require any entry fee for the participators. It also offered a 100,000 yuan grand prize and a chance to be on the magazine. But for a full month there were only 84 people applied to enter the contest.
Organizers said, because of the Chinese traditional ideas, competing for the most beautiful breasts is still a topic that makes most people blush. “Breast model” itself is also a sensitive profession. For these reasons, the event was very low-key, in order to create a healthy completion atmosphere for the contestants.
The final lineup of judges included the male model winner of the 2007 China Professional Model Contest He Liang, the World Supermodel Contest China area runner-up Zhou Xingling, AIST Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Clinic Director Liu Kai and also well-known media person, writer Liu Yuan.
During the preliminary rounds the constants were shy at first but now everyone acted bold and confident in the finals.
During the final, 10 contestants showed up covered in pink ribbons in front of the Changsha citizens. They ripped off their shirts confidently in the pouring rain, showed off their impressive figures and their elegant dance movements. In the end contestant number 3 Ma Yuan took first place, number 6 Xiao Yuan Yuan and number 5 Viya took second and third.
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