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Hail to the next Mr. and Ms. Slimmers World Great Bodies 2012

Hold your breath and let Slimmers World International take you 2,000 years back – to the age of the mighty warriors, exotic beauties, invincible gladiators and gladiatrices as it brings this year’s most awaited search for the next victorious MR. & MS. GREAT BODIES.

On its 17th year, Slimmers World International promises to offer twice the spectacle and twice the adventure as it shows off 18 aspirants who will etch their names in the history of Great Bodies during the Grand Finals Night on November 23, 7p.m. at the PAGCOR Grand Theater, Paranaque City.

Among the 67 applicants from 13 Slimmers World centers across the country, only 10 men and 8 women has made the cut to be part of Mr. and Ms. Great Bodies 2012. They are: Rovi Samedra (Adriatico), Ines Garcia (Pasay Road), Michael Johnson (Megamall), Royceleth Lopez (Trafalgar), Arsenio Panuelos (Binondo), Aksana Ancheta (Pasay Road), Aaron Hernandez (Alabang), Elizabeth Gonzales (Pasay Road), Geronimo Perez (Legaspi), Kimberly Myka Andrea Li (Binondo), Joel Cuyos (Legaspi), Nikki Consing (Greenhills), John Paul Mares (Pasig), Grace Choi (Megamall), Jonathan Cristobal (Pasay Road), Karla Tiangco (Pasay Road), Ariel Moleño (Pasay Road) and TJ Jocson (Trafalgar).

The eighteen candidates will be engaging in both Creative Posing and Aerobics Competition. A pre-judging event, featuring the popular pose down and special awards will be held at the Mactan Ballroom of the EDSA Shangri-La Hotel, 9 a.m. on November 17, 2012. Each candidate will be scrutinized for physique, aerobics performance, projection, stage presence, skin quality, personality and audience impact.

Eighteen powerful bodies, 2 titles and more than P100,000 in cash and prizes to be given out for the deserving man and woman who will best represent the healthy, fit lifestyle and the mighty spirit that is true of the Slimmers World International’s name and tradition of advancing the quest of developing human form to perfection.

Everyone is invited to experience the greatest in fitness, physique, beauty and form in Mr. and Ms. Great Bodies Finals on November 23, 7 p.m., at the PAGCOR Grand Theater, Parañaque City.

To get your free tickets, call the following hotlines: 536-3333 or 525-8771 or simply text 091-SLIMMERS. Visit www.slimmersworld.com.ph to get the latest updates.

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