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Calculators and catwalks for South Hobart supermodel

A HOBART pageant queen has set her sights on being named Fit Australian Supermodel of the Year – but is already looking ahead to a future that involves more calculators than catwalks.

South Hobart 19-year-old Isabella Spizick, pictured, exploded onto the national pageantry scene last year when she was named Miss Teen Diamond Australia 2017, despite having no prior experience in the industry and only one month to prepare.

Now she is getting ready to jet off the Bali to compete in the grand final of the Australian Supermodel of the Year competition.

This follows on the back of her success in the recent ICN Tasmania State Championships auditions where she placed in all five of her divisions, including two second place finishes.

Claiming the Australian Supermodel of the Year crown would give Ms Spizick’s modelling career a huge boost.

But if not, she has plenty of other options to fall back on.

Studying business ICT while working as a cadet in the public sector, Ms Spizick is showing that she’s got the brains to back up the beauty.

“My main focus is on my career, so this (modelling and pageantry) is mostly a hobby,” she said.

“Having the goal of being a fitness model helps me maintain my healthy lifestyle and stay fit while juggling everything else.”

In the lead up to the grand final in Bali – to be held on 10 February – Ms Spizick is currently fundraising with the goal to raise $2000 for her chosen charity, Beyond Blue.

To donate, visit www.mycause.com.au/page/192032/model-for-a-cause.

You can vote for Ms Spizick on the Australian Supermodel of the Year Facebook page at www.facebook.com/118991951628384/posts/891063511087887/ or follow her journey on Instagram at www.instagram.com/missbelle99/?hl=en.

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