Miss Universe New Zealand
It’s rumoured that Kate Moss wants to sell a line of home-made jam, which will probably be a big hit given that her name was the most-searched model on our site last week. There’s a lot of brand equity in Kate Moss.
Meanwhile, music fans will be delighted to know that MusicHype is giving away free Crowded House tracks. All fans need to do is talk about the band on Twitter and Facebook helping our lads get some extra publicity as they tour North America, and visit MusicHype.
For fans who want more, they can buy USB sticks of live recordings from each show, for US$25 or NZ$35.
Once the tour is complete Crowded House will ask their fans to help them create their USB compilation. From the MusicHype website, fans will be able to listen to 20 live Crowded House tracks from the tour and vote for their favourite recordings. The top 12 will make it in to the compilation.
One of our team, who insists on anonymity, has compiled our accessories’ guide. Pop over and have a gander, and marvel at the lead image of the Meadowlark rings.
Meanwhile, Ria van Dyke has emailed to say she has settled in to the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. She’s rooming with Miss Israel, Bat-el Jobi (pictured on the left). Miss Israel has traditionally got on with the antipodean contestants and this year is no exception.
Her ﬁrst full day began at 5.30 a.m. for a buffet breakfast. Her ﬁrst photo shoot there, with Fadil Berisha, the ofﬁcial photographer for Miss Universe, took place the same day. More images at the ofﬁcial Miss Universe New Zealand Facebook page.
The Miss Universe 2010 pageant judges are: Guy Fieri (chef), Ivanka Trump, Carlos Alberto (designer), Nina Garcia (Project Runway judge), Boris Kodjoe (actor and former model), Joan Rivers (comedienne), Joe Levy (magazine editor), Dayana Mendoza (Miss Universe 2008), George Lopez (comedian), and Sharon Osbourne.