Iro Dimitropoulou applied to Greece’s Next Top Model to see what modeling in Greece can offer her. A career here has never interested her.
He applied to the beauty salons because he had a dream from a young child. It doesn't matter that she didn't win a title, she was already second in Lebanon. After all, it is superior to other people's education. All of the above was said by the candidate of Greece’s Next Top Model who received harsh criticism for the plastics to which she has been subjected since a young age in the show of Eleonora Meleti “After Midnight”.
Iro Dimitropoulou has started her studies in the subject of “Business manager & law” in the USA, initially via the internet – so as not to lose her year – and soon up close. There she would like to combine her studies with modeling.
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“I think it would suit me better to be a model in America. I applied to see what modeling can offer me here. To see if I fit in like Hero over here, to try to do some work here. I went to Kallisteia to win a title. Because from experience I have a fine experience. I went to Lebanon and won the second place I would have won and the first if I wasn't just 18. I came here and I wanted to go to Kallisteia because I had a dream from a small child to try. It doesn't matter what happened. “, noted Iro Dimitropoulou who failed to win a title in Kallisteia in Greece.
She also referred to the plastics she was criticized for, noting that it was something she had wanted to do since she was 16 because she liked them. And now he doesn't want to do anything else. And then came the statements about education.
“Negative reviews make me go even further in my life. Because I will not be an eternal model. I'm very smart. I believe that because of my education I am superior to other people. I believe that both inner and outer beauty should coincide and go hand in hand, and I believe I can do both. “ Eleonora Meleti then asked her if she thought it was more effective to prove that she was a brilliant scientist, and she replied: “I also want to try modeling. I have been influenced by my mother but of course my mother also studied, she is a physical education teacher and she also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Mangement.
My parents are entrepreneurs and my father is a businessman living abroad, and I would like to follow in the footsteps of my parents. ” Tade Efi, Iro Dimitropoulou, a woman who gained publicity within a few minutes of being shown on the small screen and therefore a public step. And he left us wondering if anything had changed in what we knew about equality, equal human rights and the struggle for everyone to accept difference, knowing that no one is superior to anyone else.