Germans show they love our Rosanna with job offer on major TV show
IT SEEMS that the Germans just can't get enough of our Rosie.
Fresh from her jaw-dropping appearance in Cologne during the week (right), former Miss World Rosanna Davison has been offered a television job on German TV.
The top model, whose red ensemble at the Lambertz event was dotted with chocolate treats, explained how she's in negotiations over a new TV gig, which would be a massive boost to her career.
"I'm in talks to be part of a big TV show in Germany in a guest role, but that's all I know for now," she said.
The daughter of Chris de Burgh has been steadily making a name for herself on the continent and is now a regular fixture at the high-profile Chocolate and Fashion show, which is hosted by Lambertz giant Hermann Buehlbecker.
She spent hours getting ready for the show with no less than four hairdressers making sure her tresses were in tip-top condition before her turn on the catwalk, watched by stars like Rosario Dawson and Shirley Bassey.
"The show was great fun as usual. I only flew in on Monday morning for 24 hours so it was a whirlwind trip but well worth it," she said. "I loved my costume too, and it was lovely to meet some of the other guests. Rosario was really nice."
The 2003 Miss World has now been taken on by German-based management company Celebrity Network Management as she continues building up her international career.
She revealed how her management team has also been building up business in the US in what could be an "exciting" move for her.
And Rosanna also confirmed that there was no over-indulging while on holiday in Mauritius last month. Given that she combined the visit to the sunkissed island with her risque shoot for European Playboy magazine, she wasn't taking any chances when it came to letting her rigorous regime fall by the wayside.
"I just did loads of swimming, a bit of running on the beach and some Pilates with my mum. But it's a really healthy lifestyle with loads of fresh foods so I'm definitely feeling the health benefits of it," she said.
However, she was keeping tight-lipped about the finer details of the shoot until the men's magazine hits the shelves in the Spring.