BRIT HOTTIE TO SCORCH DUBAI

Gabrielle Richens - voted third hottest woman on the planet by FHM' readers - is hosting the launch of Dubai's newest model agency, B Model Management. The Emirates Computer-Nokia sponsored bash - will include the Praias Brazilian Bikini Fashion Show.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Tue 4 May 2004, 1:58 PM

Last updated: Thu 9 Nov 2023, 9:25 AM

Guests will be mingling with Richens as well as B's own models. B-Yond - the company responsible for the event - is refusing to reveal the location to anyone other than those attending the party this Friday, May 7. They have, however, insisted that the venue is one of Dubai's most breathtaking and spectacular outdoor surrounds.

No tickets are on sale for this event; entrance is by invitation-only. There are just 500 invitees circulating among Dubai's most fashionable and chosen few B-Yond members. Invitations are in the form of a text message, which the guest will need to show at the door in order to gain entry.


Enclosed within the lush and tranquil secret setting, Dubai's most stylish and exclusive crowd will join Richens to lounge under the stars as the evening mellows and 'B' models strut down the catwalk in Praias swimwear. Perfecting the tropical atmosphere, the DJ for the night will play upbeat Latino and lounge music, with Peter Mac accompanying on the sax and Greg on the Bongos.

Gabrielle Richens is a world-famous model, actress and presenter. She has been described as Britain's answer to J Lo. As well as being voted one of the hottest women in the world, Richens is currently the face of the new lingerie range at Debenhams, 'Gorgeous'. Kent born Gabrielle started her career as a successful model with Elite Models appearing in worldwide campaigns for Diesel, Virgin Atlantic and Pepsi, and taking to the catwalk in London, Paris, Milan and New York. She then moved to Australia where she built a successful career as a television presenter. The Aussies fell in love with her and she reached star status as Australia's answer to Davina McCall, presenting two series of 'Love Rules', the antipodean version of the UK's 'Streetmate', and Total Sport, both on Channel 10. The English beauty quickly became a major celebrity and pin-up appearing on the cover of all the magazines.



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