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WIN IT!!! Cinderella's New Christian Louboutin Slippers!!!

THE WALT DISNEY STUDIOS, CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN, AND GLAM MEDIA EMBARK ON NATIONAL QUEST TO FIND A MODERN-DAY CINDERELLA

Winner will receive a Pair of the Iconic Cinderella Slipper Re-Imagined by World-Renowned Shoe Designer Christian Louboutin

In honor of Disney’s global release of the classic animated masterpiece “Cinderella”, which will be available in Blu-ray™ Diamond Edition on October 2, 2012, Walt Disney Studios, in collaboration with Christian Louboutin and Glam Media, today reveal details of their national quest to find a modern-day Cinderella. One lucky woman whose style and fashion sense best embodies the Cinderella fairytale will ultimately be awarded with a pair of original Cinderella slippers re-imagined by world-renowned shoe designer Christian Louboutin during a private event at Disneyland, CA taking place on September 27th.

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The national search begins on September 4 and encourages women, 18 and over, to submit their ultimate Cinderella look on Facebook to vie for a chance to win the magical shoe.  To be eligible, entrants should take a picture of the ideal outfit in their closet which portrays a look to match the Cinderella-inspired slippers re-imagined by Christian Louboutin.  Next step - Upload it to Facebook by the stroke of midnight on September 11, 2012 for a chance to win.  

For the Official Rules and toenter the contest, please visit https://www.facebook.com/Cinderella.

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Submissions will begin on September 4 and run through September 11. Entrants must be female, 18 and over, be a US size 7 or 8 women’s shoe, available for travel September 26-28, and must reside in the United States.  The winners will be selected on or around September 17 by Disney and perhaps even by Christian Louboutin himself! Thewinner plus a guest will be invited to Disneyland where they be given a special princess “make-over” and officially get “fit” with the shoes.

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