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7 February, 2018 00:00 00 AM
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Season IX of ‘Lux Super Star’ begins with audition round

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Season IX of ‘Lux Super Star’ 
begins with audition round
Contestants are seen waiting in the queue to take part at the audition round of ‘Lux Super Star’ on Monday. Photo l courtesy

The audition round of much-talked about beauty pageant of the country ‘Channel i Presents Lux Super Star’ held at the Emmanuelle’s Convention Centre (New Hall) in Gulshan of the capital on February 5. And through this audition round, the competition between the contestants of ‘Lux Super Star’ has finally begun.

The audition round commenced with 250 contestants, shortlisted from among 12000 applicants who came from all corners of the country. The 250 contestants had to face three panels of judges consisted of Aparna, Sanu, Swarna, Shahed Ali, Alif, and Shafayet Mansoor Rana. Besides, 60 out of the 250 contestants were selected to face the main judges yesterday. However, the three main judges will select their preferred contestants to compete in the upcoming boot camp. The main judges’ panel for this phase of ‘Lux Super Star’ will include Arifin Shuvo, Sadia Islam Mou and Tahsan Khan.

Organised by Unilever Bangladesh Limited, the theme of this year’s ‘Lux Super Star’ is ‘Reveal the Unseen You’. Lux believes that a woman is not only defined by her outward beauty, but her inner strength, her dreams, passion, courage, her hidden essence, and her ability to break through boundaries expressing who she really is.  Lux wants to discover those hidden talents within them that have remained unseen by us, until now. l

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