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MOST BEAUTIFUL 2011 ISSUE

2 K.I.D.S. HELP PUT A SMILE ON A CHILD’S FACE 8

TOP CHILD MODEL OF THE YEAR SEARCH AWARDING OVER $10,000 IN CASH AND PRIZES

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“SCAMS” IN THE INDUSTRY OF CHILD MODELING CONTRIBUTING EDITOR OLESJA MUELLER

14 2011 TOP CHILD ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR SEARCH THE SEARCH IS ON FOR YOUNG UNDISCOVERED TALENT

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CHILD STAR AND AMERICAN IDOL FINALIST DIANA DEGARMO CONTRIBUTING EDITOR BONNIE REBHOLZ

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YEARS 50 MOST BEAUTIFUL

SPECIAL FEATURES SHERRI HILL DESIGNS THE PHOTOGRAPHERS OF CHILD MODEL THE BRANDS OF CHILD MODEL ON OUR COVER AFTER A YEAR LONG NATIONWIDE SEARCH YEARS MOST BEAUTIFUL FOUND OUR FACE MEET GRACIE “YEARS MOST BEAUTIFUL 2011” PHOTO BY KELLI


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OLESJA MUELLER


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s a contributing editor to Child Model magazine, in this issue I wanted to write about a trend that some parents thankfully never had to deal with, and some paid a high price for learning about – Industry Scams. There are many different types out there, but I will mention the most popular. The purpose of the scammers is to get your money, that is all they are after. Thus it will inevitably come up – the large sums will be asked of you. Preceding that will be a lot of flattery for your child and many promises about making him /her a star in the industry. The most usual scenario goes as follows: at a mall/busy shopping center where you can find people who have at least some money to spend, a “scouting agent” approaches you and comments on how beautiful your child is and whether he/she currently acts/models. You say something along the lines of ”no”, and you get a reply that he/ she certainly should, for many reasons …. They will usually invite you to visit their VERY IMPRESSIVE office, where they have on display large photos of current celebrities that they “discovered”. Everything will look very legitimate. They will even a lot of times have a great website (that especially goes for schools and workshops/ seminars) with success stories. Sometimes they will have a panel of “casting directors” as many as four, and ask your child to read some lines into the camera for them. Usually they will tell you that they will let you know if your child passed or not. Why not go for the “kill” right then and there? I guess that is too fast, and they want to make sure you are firmly on the hook. The next day usually the phone rings and you are told that your child has passed and is qualified to be represented by them, but he/she needs a little more instruction/experience to truly make it when he is sent out to auditions and such. These classes will usually cost you around $1200-1500 dollars. It will ALWAYS be over $1000 from what the research has shown. After all, they have an expensive rent to pay. Parents, usually wanting to support their child’s dreams and aspirations, pay the money and the child attends the classes. After that it is time to wait for auditions and jobs. They NEVER COME. The end. The other popular scam starts the same, but instead of taking classes you are advised that to start, your child needs a strong portfolio with THEIR chosen photographer. It, along with printing of the photo-cards (zed cards, comp cards) will run from $700 to $1200. After that follows the same story – your cards just sitting at the “agency” and no auditions. To avoid being taken advantage of because your child is pretty and because you are a good parent who wants to support their dream, follow these simple guidelines: · Never pay an agency upfront to represent you. · Always ask for a list of photographers the agency recommends and make your own choice. If the list is limited and all pricing is sky-high, run. · Classes and workshops shouldn’t be more than $100 per class, and usually run around $40-50 · Always be cautious when someone posing as an “talent scout” approaches you, get their agency name and google it attaching the word SCAM – you may be surprised of what you will find out. · Be cautious when there is an ad in the magazine/newspaper advertising workshop/seminar that has “industry leaders” as coaches, and sounds just too good to be true (especially if the price tag is exorbitant). Many of the coaches they list have never heard of them (true story).

I suggest you read many real-life stories I have collected from models and parents, and hopefully never fall for these scams. Please visit www.galleryrowstudio.com and search under Blog. Olesja Mueller is a fashion and commercial photographer based in Los Angeles and traveling internationally. You can see her work at www.galleryrowstudio.com or call studio at (818)-749-0549 with any inquiries.


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CHILD MODEL MARILYN KELLY Editor In Chief

Creative Director CORTNEY BOLEK Vice-Editor In Chief CECILY GOODSELL Style Director, Staff Photographer CORTNEY BOLEK Online Media ANDRE GRIFFIN Boston Affiliate/Correspondent KIMBERLY PALMIERI Atlanta Affiliate/Correspondent TIFFANI HENDRICKS Talent Division INTEGRITY TALENT GROUP Texas Affiliate Photographer TONYA DAILEY Chicago Affiliate/Correspondent ALEXI KILMER Hollywood California Affiliate/Correspondent STEVEN WETHERBEE Los Angeles California Affiliate/Correspondent OLESJA MUELLER Contributing Editors STEVEN WETHERBEE, OLESJA MUELLER, BONNIE REBHOLZ, HALEY LARABY, KAREN SHAPIRO, MICHAEL GALANES Sales Director Fashion BETH LEIGH Sales Director Specialty Brands LILLY PICKENS Casting BOOKAFACE@CHILDMODELMAGAZINE.COM

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EDITOR’S PICK

THIS ISSUE

TEMPLETON SILVER ... Reinventing the Sterling Silver Heirloom Tradition Rhett Templeton is the creator and owner of Templeton’s - Timeless Infant Silver. Before motherhood, Rhett was an inpatient Addictions Therapist. She decided to go on hiatus with her career to raise her children, and during that process was inspired to create a useful yet beautiful product that appeals to mothers who love to combine the practical with the collectible. Rhett created the Heirloom Bijou Bracelet®, the sterling silver pacifier holder that converts to a keepsake bracelet for generations to enjoy. Both of Rhett’s children, have been VERY attached to their pacifiers of which frequently fell onto the floor and had to be cleaned before going back into the babies’ mouths. Rhett was constantly picking them up, cleaning them off, and sometimes having to throw them away. Sure, there are pacifier holders in the market today, but the Heirloom Bijou Bracelet® is unique with its equal appeal to both mom and baby, its ease of function, and its conversion to a bracelet when the pacifier is not being used. Originally, it was intended for Rhett’s children, nieces, and Godchildren, but then she showed them to some boutique owners, and the response was instant: they asked to sell them. What began in 2007 as a creative outlet while providing gifts for friends turned into a thriving business. Rhett began to sell to local boutiques in Charleston, SC where she personally made each and every one of them. Since then her bracelets have made their way into over 50 high-end children’s boutiques in the US and Mexico. Now, the Heirloom Bijou Bracelet® has not only received local media attention, it’s been featured in top trade magazines, was shown on MSNBC, The Doctors TV Show, Dr. Phil, and Rachael Ray as well as receiving compliments from Hollywood’s Jennie Garth, Nancy O’Dell, Jaime Pressly, Camila Alves & Matthew McConaughey, and Dr. Phil’s wife Robin McGraw.

“Our favorite baby gift…We love them!,” says Dr. Phil’s wife Robin. “An absolute favorite, we believe every parent would love!” says Editor of Child Model Magazine, Marilyn Kelly

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DIANA DEGARMO A CHILD MODEL SUCCESS STORY

“My advice to kids and parents would be to let your kids be kids.” Photography by Bonnie Rebholz


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ith an amazing range and vocal prowess far beyond her years, Diana DeGarmo gained overnight fame, at age 16, as runner-up on the third season of television’s No. 1 series, “American Idol.” Such high-profile exposure opened the door for her first radio single “Dreams” from her full-length RCA label album debut “Blue Skies,” which claimed the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 Singles Chart. The following year Diana received the Horizon Award at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony. After the Idol tour, and release of her first album, she entertained troops in Southwest Asia on a USO tour that was hosted by the then Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Peter Pace. Diana continues to proudly support our American troops. During that same year she appeared on the soundtrack for the Disney movie “Ice Princess”, singing “Reaching for Heaven”. Diana then made her way to Broadway, starring as Penny Pingleton in Broadway’s Hairspray and then later in the title role as Brooklyn in the national tour of Brooklyn: The Musical. She also starred in Back to Bacharach and David at the Fonda Theater in Hollywood, CA, before moving to the part of Sarah in The Toxic Avenger Musical. Most recently, Diana was again on Broadway as Sheila in HAIR the Musical, and starred as Doralee in the national tour of 9 to 5: The Musical. With movies, and a new cd in the works and a future that’s bright, Diana Degarmo granted us an interview about her life before and after Idol. Diana sat down with Child Model Magazine contributing Editor Bonnie Rebholz recently for an up close and personal interview Q: Thank you so much for talking to Child model Magazine. A lot of our readers have children in the modeling and entertainment business. Your successful career actually started out when you were a child. Did you do Print and commercials ? My career in the entertainment industry began doing print & commercial ads and music in Atlanta and that grew to voice overs, movies, and even more music Q: Can you remember your first modeling job? My first modeling job was at the Atlanta Apparel mart. My mom still has the pictures and the outfit I wore. Q: Do you think it was more stressful to audition when you were a child or as an adult? As a child I was less aware of the “competition” of auditions so they were always fun for me. I liked meeting the other kids and parents, but some were not always as nice as the others as time went on. As an adult I am now very aware of the competition of our business, but I don’t let it bother me. I just focus on what I have to do and that’s it because I can only be my best me. Q: You were only 16 when we were introduced to your incredible voice on American Idol season 3. At what age did you discover you had a talent for singing? I have been singing as far back as I can remember. I was about 5 when OTHER people started noticing I could sing. I thought everybody could sing so I thought it was funny when people thought I was so different. Q: Once you realized that it was something that you loved , what type of opportunities did you have when you were young to perform for others? I was so fortunate to have a very supportive and loving mom who wanted to give me every opportunity she could, but she wasn’t the one who wanted to be a “star.” We would look up auditions in our local arts & entertainment paper, The Creative Loafing, and that one day led me to my first agency and the rest is history! I did everything from community theatre, ads for local stores, and National commercial and print campaigns. I performed every single place that would let me, from Bridal shows, where I would sing AND model, very big stuff for a 7 year old, to singing the National Anthem at Braves and Hawks games. I also worked as a Coca-Cola Kid for the 1996 Olympics, Opryland, and Dollywood, all before I left elementary school. continued...


Q: You have always managed to be a positive role model for young girls, This is something I have always admired about you. What advice to you have for parents of young kids that are in the business? My advice to kids and parents would be to let your kids be kids. My mom always made sure I didn’t miss out on birthday parties, sleepovers, joining girl scouts, etc, but she also instilled in me a work ethic. So, if I was going out for a job, I had to remember my manners and always give 100%. AND, I had to keep my grades up or no shows, modeling, or fun. Q: Over the years , how would you say your “Style” - Taste in clothing has changed? Let me give you 3 different ages, Try to sum up your fashion style at that moment. Age 8 , Age 16, and Now I would say that my style from age 8 to age 16 didn’t change very much! Haha! I was always about the outrageous. I wasn’t afraid to take a silver lamé dress, that I had worn in a fashion show the week before, to show & tell and then wear it the rest of the day. I was even so bold to own, and proudly wear, pink leopard print pants! I liked fashion and wasn’t afraid to show it. Now, I would say my fashion style is “country chic.” I love my boots & jeans, but also my high heels & dresses! A blend between budget friendly and high end always works, but a smile is your best accessory. Q: Every photo I see in a magazine of you is always flawless, Do you pick out your own clothing when you go to an award show or event? I’ve had stylists and dressers for many events in the past, but now I am my own. I had too many stylists get me on the “worst” dressed list and now that I pick my own stuff, I don’t! Q: When you were on American idol you juggled , learning new music each week, doing your school work and the stress of the show. You always seemed so relaxed, Were you as stress free as you seemed? American Idol was a lot of work and constant stress, but I was on National TV so I had to keep my cool & my manners so I wouldn’t embarrass myself! Q: Your career has been moving forward over the years, and you have had so many opportunities. You recently filmed a movie about Wyatt Earp which stars Val Kilmer. Is this your first movie role? Do you think this is a possible direction for your career? “The First Ride of Wyatt Earp” is my first film as an adult. The entire filming process was a blast! I got to sing, ride horses, kiss a hunky guy, and DIE. The next movie I’m in will have a lot to live up to! I had the pleasure of doing an ABC Movie of the Week with Cheryl Ladd called “Kiss & Tell” when I was little. I do hope to do more films now, but I am always up for new & exciting adventures. I like to go where the wind takes me. Q: You seem to have found a place on Broadway as well, with a lead in “Hair” with another idol talent Ace Young. Playing Penny Pingleton in “Hairspray” on Broadway and recently playing the role of Doralee in 9 to 5. Can you tell me a little bit about the Broadway experience? Its a very demanding schedule isn’t it? Is there anything about these characters that remind you of yourself? Broadway is definitely not for the faint of heart. Yes, it’s a lot of fun, but it���s a grueling schedule with lots of physical and emotional demands. Doing 8 shows a week, 6 days a week, is not for everyone, but I have loved every show I’ve done and it’s worth all of the effort to see the smiles, laughter, and tears from the audience. I have been able to relate to every character I’ve played because that’s how I bring myself TO the character. You have to make it your own or you’re just copying someone else’s work. Q: I also saw that you reprised your role as Penny Pingleton at the Hollywood Bowl with a long list of other wonderful actors and performers, John Stamos, Nick Jonas and Drew Carey … just to name a few. How was that stage different than the Broadway stage? Performing “Hairspray” at the Hollywood Bowl was different for many reasons: 1. It was like guerilla theatre because we only rehearsed for 9 days before we opened. And it’s a very, very large production. 2. It’s an outdoor venue. 3. The Hollywood Bowl seats eighteen THOUSAND people! It’s kind of like performing a rock concert! lievably talented! Q: Is there more Broadway in your future? I sure hope so, I have had the opportunity to watch you perform and you are unbelievably talented! I am currently looking into many different projects that are set to hit Broadway in the upcoming months. Which one I will do is still up in the air, but I am always auditioning and working on my craft so that I can be ready for when the time comes. Q: You currently have a cd on Itunes Diana Degarmo : Unplugged in Nashville , do you have any plans for another cd anytime soon? Yes, I working on a new CD now. It’s very much a country/pop album and I am so proud of it. It’s the best music I’ve ever made. We at CMM can’t wait to see what happens for Diana next., she is a true example of a Child in the industry growing up into a positive role model and influence for young girls today! Be certain to check out Diana’s website today at www.dianad.com Child Model Magazine contributing Editor Bonnie Rebholz


Photography by Lance Tilford


BEAUT WE ASKED THE CHILDREN OF CHILD MODEL MAGAZINE

“WHAT DOES BEAUTIFUL MEAN TO YOU?”

here is what a few of them had to say... “when someone is confident, kind to others and likes themselves... That is beautiful... Oh and rainbows & ladybugs & my mommas kisses.. Those are beautiful, too.” Deja age 6 Oregon


TIFUL

Akadia age 5 Wisconsin “Something that is really pretty and you love it”

Lexis age 12 Pennsylvania “ What’s beautiful to me and is very important is a persons

inner beauty not their outer looks, the plain jane girl can have a beautiful and caring heart and to me that’s what’s beautiful.”

Parker South Carolina says “beautiful

is the part of you that Jesus sees. He doesn’t look at your face or body he looks at your heart.” Dakota and Juian age 6 of Texas said “when you tell us we’re beautiful, it means you really love us a bunch!” Emerald, age 4, Texas “Something is beautiful when it makes my eyes happy. Like when I see fresh fruit, or flowers or wedding dresses, and my eyes feel happy.”

“beautiful is when you look at something & it shines brighter than the others Elayna Kurtenbach New York

Alivia 4yrs Texas “its when you’re cute!”(Short and sweet I guess!) Ashlyn 7, Michigan “It means when I look at someone or something it makes me feel good inside.”

“Beautiful to me is having an ice cream and piggy back ride with grandma”

Elle age 5 of Florida

Makenzie age 7 “Real beauty is in your heart. It makes your heart warm and makes you feel good about who you are on the inside not just on the outside”

Raynah age 7 Kentucky “ Beautiful is when the inside you is as good

or better than the outside you.”


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Most Beautiful


Meet Gracie “Years Most Beautiful 2011” Photography by Kelli


Zennon

Photography by Steven Wetherbee


Kylie

2011 Most Beautiful Gracie Photography by Nathan Youngerberg Photography by Kelli


Zachary

Photography by Lil Toes Photography


Nathan

Photography by Lil Toes Photography


Kacey

Photography by Steven Wetherbee


Isabella

Photography by Alexi Killmer from Child Essence Photography


Parker

Photography by Lindsey Mills


Riley

Photography by Todd Nichols


Remi

Photography by Jennifer Bliss


Morgan

Photography by Christy Garrett


Nicole

Photography by Sofia Laos


Carter

Photography by Colette Cugno


Taryn

Photography by Lindsey Mills Photography


Hailey

Photography by Kathy Whitaker


Lyla Rose

Photography by Bonnie Rebholz Photography


Race

Photography by Pallone Portraits


Kenzie

Photography by Pallone Portraits


Baylee

Photography by Drew Kung photography


Jazmyn

Photography by Photogenic Images


Alex

Photography by Childish Couture Photography


Madison Photography by April Atkinson


Kayla Photography by LeRed


Marina

Photography by Candid Vision Photography


Madison

Photography by Natalie Kimball Photography


Brooke

Photography by Candid Visions


Samantha

Photography by Candid Vision Photography


Cashlynn Photography by Kelli


Jacob

Photography by Debbie’s Passion for Photography


Hayden

Photography by Rachel Pallone


Kai

Photography by Kelli


Olivia

Photography by Child Essence/Lexi Killmer Photography


Emma Claire Photography by Lindsey Mills Photography


Talin

Photography by Scott Harris


Sadhana Photography by Colette Cugno


Myla

Photography by Kelli


Jasiah

Photography by Bonnie Rebholz


Isabelle Photography by Hiram Chee


Bailee

Photography by Bridget Homer from Kisses of Sunshine Photography


Flannery Photography by Lindsay Adler


Kristiana Photography by Kelli


Sade

Photography by Steven Wetherbee


Kristen

Photography by Kathy Whitaker


Aira

Photography by Slick Pic’s Photography


Tiana


Kailia Photography by Kelli


Raelyn

Photography by LeRed Photography


Zander

Photography by Impressions Photography


Tiffany

Photography by Jennifer Chasson


Madison Photography by Tonya Dailey


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But Always Be You


YEAR’S MOST BEAUTIFUL TWINS Beth and Brooke


Lexie and Malina Year’s Most Beautiful Twins Finalists Photography by Alexi Killmer ( Child Essence Photography )


Zachary and Sadhana Year’s Most Beautiful Twins Finalists Photography by Steve Wetherbee


Julian and Dakota Year’s Most Beautiful Twins Finalists


Giavanna and ALycesaundra Year’s Most Beautiful Twins Finalists


Madison and Maxwell Year’s Most Beautiful Siblings Photography by Natalie Kimball Photography


Alex and Lex

Year’s Most Beautiful Father and Child


Jennifer and Presley Year’s Most Beautiful Mother and Child Photography by Jamie Moore photography


Jason, Yessica, and Sade Year’s Most Beautiful Family Photography by Steven Wetherbee


“If there ever comes a day when we can’t be toget


ther keep me in your heart, I’ll stay there forever� -Winnie The Pooh

Best Friends Elhan and Kalynn Photography by Christie Lynn


Best Friends Sade and Izabella Photography By Steven Wetherbee


Best Friends Addison and Teagan


Best Friends Anna Lynn and Lola Photography By Natalie Kimball Photography


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