Potters Bar girl bidding for beauty final

A STUDENT from Potters Bar has made it through to the next round of a prestigious beauty pageant, and needs your help to continue her journey. Kaylee Muldoon, of Ashwood Road, is in the second heat of Miss London 2009, a regional qualifying round for the

A STUDENT from Potters Bar has made it through to the next round of a prestigious beauty pageant, and needs your help to continue her journey.

Kaylee Muldoon, of Ashwood Road, is in the second heat of Miss London 2009, a regional qualifying round for the Miss England competition.

She is one of 28 girls hoping to make it into the Miss London grand final on May 13, and is hoping the public will get her there by voting for her.

"It's really exciting, it's something I've always wanted to do, and now I've got the chance to do it," said Kaylee, 20.


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The girl who receives the most votes will automatically go through to the final.

Kaylee said: "A lot of girls get a lot of help with this sort of thing, but I'm on my own, so I need people to vote for me."

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The girl who raises the most for charity will also receive an automatic place in the grand final.

Kaylee, a health and social care student at Oaklands College, WGC, is raising money for Beat, a charity helping people with eating disorders. "This is just the beginning," said Kaylee.

"Hopefully being in the second round will give me more opportunities to do the things I want to do, and raise more money for charities.

"I've always wanted to do modelling, and this gives me the chance to get out there. I need as many votes as possible so please vote for me!"

You can help Kaylee through to the grand final of Miss London 2009 by voting for her either by text or by phone.

For more information visit www.missengland.info/regionals/londonheattwo

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