Lucinda Plant Covill, the animal loving reality TV star
Lucinda Plant Covill tells us about the ups and downs she had in the Amazon Prime and Tubi reality TV show, Miss Multiverse Australia, and talks about her love for animals.
Q & A with Miss Multiverse Australia Contestant and National Finalist Lucinda Plant-Covill
There is no other TV series quiet like Miss Multiverse Australia! This is a modelling contest where outer beauty alone is not going to be enough to win the crown. The intense, grueling, adventurous, but still glamorous, search for the world’s most multi-faceted woman starts in Australia!
If a contestant does not have it ALL, they will be ELIMINATED!
This competition tests every contestant, pushes her to her limits, and encourages her to surpass those limits. Over ten days, ten beautiful women will compete under intense pressure to prove they have what it takes to win the crown, the title of “Miss Multiverse Australia “and represent Australia abroad, all under the watchful eye of cameras that are documenting their every move.
Let’s get to know more about one of the gorgeous contestants, Lucinda Plant-Covill.
1.Tell us a little bit about yourself.
I have completed my Diploma of Counselling and is so passionate about animals, and I cannot stand animal cruelty. I would do anything to help the helpless animals. I cry just talking about it.
2. Tell us about your experience during filming?
I enjoyed my photo shoots with fashion photographer Tony Palliser, he gave me some really nice feedback, I appreciated it a lot because I was feeling a bit low during filming. I felt I was messing up a lot, I was always forgetting my sash and I just felt like people thought I was dumb.
The singing challenge during the National Finals was difficult. I got really stressed out and frustrated and I cried, but I had a lot of support from the girls in my team, a lot of support and I can’t thank them enough for helping me through that. I’m surprised that we came up with something (a song) in the end, because I kind of lost hope for a second there.
3. What was the most challenging part of the competition for you?
I found it really challenging to remember my sash, I felt a little bit silly losing it all the time.I found Balloon Congo so hard, especially as I had to lead. Everyone would be telling me to slow down and I was like, no! You guys have to hurry up. The fitness day overall was really challenging, my muscles had given up that day, they had enough. No matter how hard I wanted to do something, they were not giving it to me. My poor little arms.
4. What’s next for you?
I am going to get into nature. I love nature and I love our country. My boyfriend and I are renovating a camping van and we are going to travel around Australia and have some great adventures.
Photo credit: Miss multiverse Authority.