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April, 25 2012 09:51:00

MTV's popular ‘VJ Hunt' comes to Viet Nam

HCM CITY — The Vietnamese version of MTV Asia's popular reality contest VJ (video jockey) Hunt will air on MTV Viet Nam television from July 15.

This was announced on Monday at a meeting to finalise a strategic partnership between MTV Viet Nam and Pepsi brand.

The first season of the search for a VJ for MTV Viet Nam will see VJ Holly Grabarek and Utt Panichkul of MTV Asia act as judges.

They will be joined by former model Thuy Hanh, MC Thanh Bach, music producer Huy Tuan, musician Nguyen Hai Phong, actresses Ngoc Hiep and Le Khanh, and fashion designer Cong Tri on the 12-week show.

People aged between 18 and 28 can contest by registering at www.vjcamp.mtvvietnam.com.vn by May 19.

Those selected will take part in contests to be held in Ha Noi and HCM City to choose the 12 finalists.-VNS

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