Mango ♥ Contest

Thursday, December 08, 2011

I have been on hiatus for a while. My work is really toxic right now. So every time I go home, I just fall into my bed and sleep. That also means less blogging. But anyhow, I am making it up by posting the email I received from Here you go:
The final phase of our Mango ♥ Contest is now open for voting!

Are you on Team Kasia, Alexandra, Cosette, Camille or Lua? Help decide which of our 5 finalists will become the next Mango It Girl for S/S 2012! The winner will also receive a $10,000 check to the charity of their choice.

Support your favorite Mango It Girl by voting at the link below, and tell all your friends to vote too!

Actually, I have been voting for Camille Co ever since she was chosen to be one of the finalists. I am really routing for her because she is a Filipina and the only Asian among the five finalists!

So I am really proud of her!

Have you voted already?
If not, let's go and vote guys!
Ask your friends, family, etc!

For the five Mango It Girl finalists, I wish you luck!

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