|Beauty pageant titleholder|
|Other names||Emma Komlosy|
Aret Kapetanovic (born Emma Komlosy) is a British singer/songwriter, actress, model, and producer.
The daughter of entertainer Patti Boulaye and entertainment manager Stephen Komlosy, Kapetanovic was raised in the United Kingdom, but briefly lived in Nigeria with her grandparents. As a child, she was a British Junior Backstroke Champion. In 1996, while on holiday in Nigeria, Kapetanovic - then known as Emma Komlosy - became the first mixed-race winner of Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (her father Stephen is of Hungarian descent) and represented Nigeria at Miss World in India. As no MBGN contest was held in 1997, Kapetanovic held the title for nearly two years.
After obtaining a Law degree from the University of Westminster in 2003, Kapetanovic ventured into show-business. She briefly worked for her mother as a back-up singer before co-producing the musical Sundance. In 2005, she was signed to Sony BMG as a singer/songwriter, and wrote and performed several songs, including "Into the Blue", which was used in the film Silence Becomes You, in which she had a cameo, and "Disconnected", which was recorded by Will Young.  Prior to this, she had a modelling deal with Premier Model Management, and worked in fashion shows, music videos, and commercials. She has since featured in some low budget movies including The Sea Change and Solomon with Ben Cross, and sung with dance act Glide and Swerve.