Paraskevi Kerasioti for her job as a waitress in Mykonos: “We are not all rich”
The model works as a waitress on the island and clarifies that her priority is modeling
The Friday Kerasioti we met her through her participation in GNTM. The young girl is currently in Mykonos, where she works as a waitress, in order to make a living.
She spoke to the “Cuckoo’s Nest” and revealed the reasons why she decided to spend the summer in Mykonos working, while explaining that modeling is and will be her priority. In fact, the plans of the brunette beauty is to go abroad and try to work with great designers.
“I just finished photographing for a very good client that I work with here for a few months. I came from Mykonos to continue my work, because my job is above all. I work in a shop in Mykonos because of coronavirus only with modeling, it does not come out. My main job and my passion is modeling. I chose to do another job to make ends meet. I will never give up modeling. Through GNTM I managed to be here and work.
That I chose to do this for a while job in Mykonos, does not mean that I give up modeling. I do this job to be able to help myself and my family. We are not all rich, we have some needs, so through my job in Mykonos, I try to help my family and I am happy. We all, to get somewhere, start from low “, initially reported by Paraskevi Kerasioti.
Then, talking about the reaction of the people when he meets her, Paraskevi Kerasioti said: «People smile at me and say well done for choosing to do this job and not to get high in other ways. I am very happy that they see me and tell me that. I am a girl who managed to banish some stereotypes they have about our race. I was left alone, trying to cover my expenses and help my family.
If I had not gone to GNTM, I would not have joined my agency and done some work. Many doors have been opened for me and I have done many things. GNTM helps you get started. “I really want to go abroad, but this has been delayed due to coronavirus.”
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