Donald Trump has offered Ireland’s Miss Universe entrant Rozanna Purcell a modeling contract in New York. The billionaire was so impressed by Rozanna that he swooped in soon after the competition and made the offer.
The 21 year old who was favorite to win, finished seventh in the Miss Universe pageant in Las Vegas last week. Trump is co-owner of the beauty content. The lucrative deal will give Rozanna the opportunity to break into the American modeling industry.
Speaking about the deal Rozanna’s mentor former Miss Ireland Andrea Roche told the Evening Hearld "It was an amazing night and she has now been offered contracts in Mexico as well as Colombia". She added Rozanna had "something magical and special about her" and has a "big future".
Prior to the contest the brunette was flown to Columbia for two weeks of intense mentoring by pageant expert Miguel Marinez.
Rozanne was studying for a politics degree when she scooped the prize in Ireland.
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