Model who seduces lads with her red hair becomes first Miss BumBum UK winner

Miss BumBum UK crowned Laysa Padovani as its first ever winner.

The redhead soared to victory in the competition's first ever show after mountains of success in Brazil where it originates from.

Laysa, who became a runner-up for Miss BumBum 2022, represented Liverpool in the UK version of the contest.

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She boasts over 107,000 followers on Instagram as she previously said the greatest power of seduction is in her red hair.

Laysa was the vice Miss BumBum 2022 in the contest which took place in Brazil earlier this summer.

Presenter Israel Cassol returned to host the contest after becoming the first man to present Miss BumBum Brazil.

He announced the results in a post on Instagram where he congratulated winner Laysa and runner-up Andrea Sunshine.

The UK competition kicked off this month which saw 10 stunning models take part in numerous online challenges.

Unlike the Brazilian edition where models strut their stuff on stage, the UK version only ran for 30 days.

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The 10 candidates represented different regions of the UK, which is still similar to the South American version.

Applicants can still be of other nationalities but must have lived in the UK for at least a year to have entered the competition.

Now as the champion of the first ever UK edition of Miss BumBum, Laysa will win an eye-watering cash prize of £5,000.

She'll scoop the belt and crown, of course, along with internet fame now as the winner.

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Miss BumBum is an annual beauty pageant held in Brazil to reward the owner of the best buttocks in the country.

Created by journalist and entrepreneur Cacau Oliver, the chance for a UK winner finally came this year.

With the UK version, it was 100% digital with a "battle of the likes" system which saw models scored on their popularity.

In the first week, participants presented themselves before posting content on Instagram about Miss BumBum UK the week after.

The third week was all about TikTok where the contestants flaunted their booty on the video-sharing platform.

And finally, the fourth week consisted of the beauties posting on Twitter with a themed shoot on Instagram too.

To win the contest, it was all decided on who gains the most likes and engagements on social media.

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