Kareen Labeau From Paris

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Where She’s From: Model and super dancer Kareen Labeau was born in Paris, France and grew up with a sister and two brothers. “The most important thing that I've learn from my family is that confidence is the key that will enable you to reach your goals,” she tells The Black Star News.

Where She’s At:
Labeau attended college in Paris and is fluent in English, Spanish and Italian. She launched her career as a model and dancer –including hip hop- seven months ago. “I spent one month and a half at the Millennium Dance Complex in Los Angeles, California,” she says. “I'd like to do some fashion photo-shoots in magazines, hip hop magazines such as Vibe Vixen and do some catalogues or streetwear collections such as Baby Phat or Rocawear. I know that being a model is a very difficult thing but I'm ready to do everything that is possible to achieve my goals despite the
Labeau’s Words Of Wisdom: “Seize the day; make the most of it.”
Labeau’s Secret Of Success: “Be confident.”
Labeau’s Three Favorite Movies: “Poetic Justice; Save The Last Dance; and, Lord Of War.”
Labeau’s Favorite Websites: “Myspace.com/karine91; youtube.com.”
Labeau’s Favorite Entertainers: “I love listening to hip hop music such as John Legend, Mary J Blige, Pharel Williams, and Mariah Carey. One day I'd like to be able to sing and
compose my own music.”

For more on this model and dancer please visit Myspace.com/karine91

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