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I'm from the Jeisa Chiminazzo fansite http://jeisachiminazzo.fil.ph and I got the article from Ardian, the one who previously managed Jeisa's site. I don't know why there's a problem with copyright matters. I hope somebody attends to this immediately. Meanwhile, I've rewritten the whole thing at the temporary subpage. Thanks! -Drakulita
We read (after markup stripping, but with my emphases):
Only a year after first gracing the covers of local magazines was Jeísa signed to the prestigious IMG Models in New York, appearing in Italian editions of ELLE and Marie Claire. The year 2000 brought many fashion campaigns, both local and international, seeing the Brazilian teen in campaigns such as Emanuel Ungaro. Though it wasn't until July 2005 that Jeísa got her big break, adorning French Vogue's cover and well establishing her within the industry.
Is this gushy tone the accepted norm for articles on models? -- Hoary 08:08, 4 June 2007 (UTC)