Former student chosen for Playboy calendar

A FORMER Colchester Institute student is hoping to become famous in America after her 21st birthday celebrations led to the chance of a lifetime opportunity.

James Hore

A FORMER Colchester Institute student is hoping to become famous in America after her 21st birthday celebrations led to the chance of a lifetime opportunity.

Victoria Moore headed out to Las Vegas with three friends to mark her personal milestone with a holiday to remember but through a twist of fate she has ended up as Miss April 2010 in the Playboy Calendar.

The girls had gone back to their hotel room after a day of partying as it was getting late, and only went out for a meal after one of Victoria's friends persuaded them to head back out again for the meal that changed her life.


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After complaining about the food the beautician and her pals were given free VIP tickets to the Playboy Club in the Palms Resort and Casino.

Once inside the club she was offered the chance to take part in a modelling competition and was amazed to be told she had beaten the home-grown talent to win.

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So, along with �1,000 of prize money, Victoria was taken to a special photo shoot at a Vegas studio later in the week and posed for the picture that will feature next April in the famous calendar.

She has also been invited back to Playboy owner, Hugh Hefner's infamous mansion in August and could be chosen to star in the magazine.

Miss Moore, who lives in Witham, said: “On the day it happened, we had already been to Carmen Electra's birthday party and spent the day with her.

“She loved us and from the moment we walked in, she said 'come here and party with me'

“It was just surreal - we had a brilliant time out there anyway, I think it was just the mix of being English and young, good looking girls and the Americans love the English.

“It did not sink in that night or even the whole time there - only when I got home really and told that Hugh Hefner has invited me to his mansion to stay and party.”

She said she believes that the infamous mansion has changed since days gone by and was just looking forward to enjoying her stay and is applying for a visa and hopes to make the most of what America has to offer her.

james.hore@eadt.co.uk

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