Ruby Rose

Ruby Rose

Known by the Australian public as simply Ruby Rose, she took the road to success in 2002 by participating in a model contest, the Girlfriend Model Search, and coming in second, preceded by top model Catherine McNeil. She then participated in a competition for the research of an MTV VJ in Melbourne, in which over two thousand competitors took part to win the vacated spot by Lyndsey Rodrigues, who moved to the United States to co-host Total Request Live from New York. Thanks to this competition, which saw young Ruby drink a hundred glasses of beer in a hundred minutes and kiss strangers on the street, Langenheim, this is her real surname, arrives at the famous music network that will give her a big boost towards popularity in Australia. For the music broadcaster, she participates in MTV’s The Lair and MTV News, where she mainly deals with interviews with the musical characters of the moment.

In 2009 she faces a trip to Kenya to teach the English language to local children, during which she will be forced to hospital for dehydration. In the same year she won an ASTRA Award, awarded to the characters of Australian pay TV, chosen by the public as the best female character of the year. In June 2009 the news of a new agreement between Langenheim and the Foxtel cable broadcaster arrives for the conduction of a new show on the FOX8 TV channel. She participates in the role of judge at the episode Media Virgins of the fifth season of Australia’s Next Top Model and will later be called to take part in the final evening as a backstage envoy. Appears in the Bonds advertising campaign.

From 20 July 2009 she participates in The 7PM Project on Network Ten; this is the first work by Ruby Rose on free-to-air and prime time TV. Take part as a DJ in a remix collection, Neon Essential, from Neon Records and take on an Australian tour to promote it. In September, during the MTV Video Music Awards, Ruby Rose flies into the Big Apple to record the special Ruby Rocks New York, broadcasted by MTV before the ceremony held annually in the American metropolis.

In 2010 he participated in the role of commentator in the programs of the Foxtel television station dedicated to the Vancouver Winter Olympics. Michael Bublé is present with her. In the same year she began collaborating with the Australian fashion brand Milk and Honey for the design of a new clothing line

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