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Le’ Oscars: Red Carpet Charity Gala will bring together Australian and international celebrities such as Philippine movie star Jasmine Curtis-Smith and Australian TV icons and celebrities Celeste Billinge and Filipino-Australian Master Chef Australia contestant, John Anthony Carasig.

Le’ Oscars is inspired by Oscars Night in Hollywood. Le’ Oscars is a huge entertainment production and a showcase of fashion extravaganza by Wil D’ Joya Entertainment and Vicoola Fashionista.

The charity event will help raise funds to support Kids with Cancer Foundation Australia. It will be held on 9 October 2015 at the Plenty Ranges Arts and Convention Centre in South Morang. “We chose Kids with Cancer Foundation of Australia simply because children have soft spot in our hearts. And we believe our efforts in putting together a huge production, entertainment and fashion extravaganza will put us all in good stead with the institution and help them in our own humble way. We would like to involve as many people as possible in making a difference in the children’s lives, knowing they are afflicted with cancer and they need our help and support,” De Joya told The Philippine Times.

A fun night of fashion and entertainment
“Our entertainers for the night will see Latina Sambasita Dancers to surely wow our guests with their fabulous dance production. Our very own “Moulin Rouge” will be presented by Rub Vee Enriquez. We also have Australia’s best Marilyn Monroe impersonator. The live band, Karacruz will surely see our guests shaking their hips and stumping their feet to the great sound of the band. There will also be the spectacular Dolls on Poles by Nina Grace Pole and Aerial Silks Burlesque show. And a lot more,” De Joya added.

Some of the highlights of the night will be a Vicoola Fashionista fashion extravaganza’ featuring Vicoola signature gowns; Estela Tapia’s Miss Latina Australia Beauty Parade and the Little Stars Runway Fashion Parade where little misses will present their lovely outfits.

Miss Le’ Oscars 2015 and Miss Le’ Oscars Charity
The night will end with the crowning of the First Miss Le’ Oscars 2015 and Miss Le’ Oscars Charity.

Ms Le’ Oscars 2015 contestants will be presented to the judges and guests on a runway parade. They will be judged based on poise, confidence, glamour and presentation on their own evening gowns.

Ms Le’ Oscars Charity 2015 candidates will be presented to our three tabulators. They will be judged base on charity fundraising efforts, the most and highest amount of sales of event guest tickets and sponsorships obtained and donations will be crowned the Ms Le’ Oscars Charity 2015.

The candidates are: Liza di Blasio, Jojo Camblinda-Tobar, Nelyn Nam, Elgen Aboabo Shannon, Dems Lato, Georgia Tavoularis Loukos, Tammy Bartaia and Stell Belles.

For sponsorships, please contact: Wil D’ Joya Entertainment on 0400 431 759 or email Wildjoyaentertainment@yahoo.com.au or Vicoola’ Fashionista on 0448 396 529 or email vicoola@hotmail.com

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