Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Catwalk Beauties Had Magpies All-a-Flutter

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Catwalk Beauties Had Magpies All-a-Flutter

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Byline: Sarah Scott Reporter sarah.scott@ncjmedia.co.uk

Catwalk beauties had Magpies all-a-flutter STRUTTING their stuff for charity - and a few Newcastle United players - these women showed off their model credentials.

Going head-to-head in the Miss Lorelei competition, it was a battle of the beauties to steal the crown.

nd a few Newcastle Uniteity -anrs - these women showeplayereir model credentials. offtheing head-to-head in thGoiLorelei competition, it waMiss Ltle of the beauties to steaa batt rown. the crt it was 22-year-old CoreyButeen who blew the competiJo Skeout of the water with hetion opersonality and winninbig But it was 22-year-old Corey-Jo Skeen who blew the competition out of the water with her big personality and winning looks.

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The business development consultant is now Miss Lorelei and will go on to compete in the finals of Miss Newcastle this June.

"I am just absolutely over the moon," said Corey-Jo, who lives in Westerhope, Newcastle.

am just absolutely over th"I an," said Corey-Jo, who livemoonesterhope, Newcastle. in Wewas absolutely fantastic"It tmosphere was unbelievathe at ble."

"It was absolutely fantastic, the atmosphere was unbelievable."

The contest, which saw 12 girls go up against each other for the title, was held at Lorelei Bar & Grill in Tynemouth, North Tyneside, to raise money for the Sunshine Fund.

e contest, which saw 1Thego up against each othegirls g he title, was held at Lorelefo for thGrill in Tynemouth, North Bar & side, to raise money for thTynes hine Fund. Sunsherall more than PS1,700 waOve Overall more than PS1,700 was raised for the charity on the night, which saw Newcastle United players Tim Krul, Sammy Ameobi, Fabricio Coloccini and Paul Dummett attend to support fellow player Steven Taylor who was a judge in the competition.

Hannah Gray, organiser and a former Miss Newcastle, said the night had been a huge success.

"It was beyond anything we could have ever imagined, we raised so much for the Sunshine Fund and the girls really enjoyed themselves," she said. …

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