Germany's Next Top Model
Enebechi was chosen from 15.500 applicants to be a part of the top 20. Enebechi was soon discovered as a strong competitor. She was booked for Cesar Galindo's Fashion Show at New York Fashion Week in seventh episode and for a commercial for Opel in the ninth episode. Lovelyn made a decent job until the semi-finale where she began to doubt herself. Regardless of that, she was chosen to be a part of the final four and was allowed to participate in the grand finale. In the final episode, Lovelyn was called-out twice secondly. In the end, she beat Maike van Grieken and won the title of GNTM. Heidi Klum liked to call her baby-Beyoncé. Enebechi never made an actual Bottom Two appearance, only one unofficial in the finale as she stood last with Luise Will. As prizes, she received a spread & cover on the German cosmopolitan, an Opel Adams, a modeling contract with OneEins Management, a €250.000 cash prize and an apartment in a wished fashion-capital.
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