Boston teenager Emma Groves in bid to become Teen Queen 2013
A TEENAGER from Boston is appealing to the public to vote for her to go through to the next heat of a national modelling competition.
Emma Groves, 14, who attends the Giles Academy in Old Leake, entered the Teen Queen 2013 competition while attending the Clothes Show in London with her mum Sue last year.
She could not believe her luck when she was selected to compete for Teen Queen UK.
Emma said: "I hope people will vote for me as it would be a dream come true to win this competition.
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"I was very surprised I made it through. It's a chance of a lifetime."
The competition is split in two categories, girls aged 16 to 19 and those aged 13 to 15.
The winner of the 13 to 15-year-old category of Teen Princess will be given the chance to front campaigns by well known fashion and beauty brands who will be looking for the right girl to become the face of their brands.
The competition also supports The Mad Foundation which encourages the importance of fundraising. All entrants are encouraged to understand the importance of supporting charities with money raised going to help projects in Ghana.
In addition, the winners will also receive clothing worth £3,000 from Amplified, Sugar Bullets and Prom Perfect and guest list evening wear as well as products worth £1,000 from Fake Bake.
The finals will be held this year and the grand finale will be hosted by two surprise celebrities.
To register your vote for Emma Grove, call 0900 596 1000 and enter code 31.
The closing date for votes is March 15. For more information visit www.missteenqueenuk.com