HAVE YOU GOT WHAT IT TAKES TO FOLLOW CITIRA’S FIT FOR FASHION FOOTSTEPS?
When mother of three Citira Corrigan was crowned champion of the popular reality TV series Fit for Fashion she said it had transformed her in body and mind. If you were inspired by Citira’s experience and are willing to make a change, then the show wants to hear from you.
Fit for Fashion is returning for a second series which promises to be bigger, bolder and ready to change lives. The show, which combines glamour and hard work, is on the lookout for 12 contestants who are keen to take control of their health and fitness. If Citira inspired you to make a change, then now is your chance to take on the ultimate fitness and fashion challenge.
Whether it’s walking the catwalk or working out, be prepared to sweat because the trials are designed to push you to your mental and physical limits. You’ll work with fashion personalities Louise Roe (Host) and Todd Anthony Tyler (Fashion Photographer). When it comes to fitness, trainers Christine Bullock and Mitch Chilson will put you through your paces.
The show is tough. Over the course of ten episodes you’ll be pushed harder than ever, but you’ll have the opportunity to transform your life becoming stylish, fitter and more confident.
Every week one contestant will be eliminated until one winner is left. If you think you’re tough enough to take on the challenges and want to be in with a chance of winning the $100,000 then apply today.
Auditions are now open. For more information visit Fit for Fashion HERE. You have until Sunday, 31st May to apply.
Read our interview with last year’s winner Citira Corrigan HERE to see how much it changed her life.
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