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Danny Lambo opens ‘Miss Great Britain’ exhibition tonight in Brick Lane

PUBLISHED: 16:28 20 April 2017 | UPDATED: 09:32 21 April 2017

Danny Lambo with some of the Miss GB finalists and his gold plated Bentley, set to return to his East End roots to launch photo exhibition

Danny Lambo with some of the Miss GB finalists and his gold plated Bentley, set to return to his East End roots to launch photo exhibition

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The ‘Miss Great Britain’ finalists are gathering in Whitechapel this evening for society multi-millionaire Danny Lambo to meet photographers and models.

They are turning up at Brick Lane’s Bar Gallery 212 for the launch of Lambo’s ‘Miss GB’ photography exhibition at 7pm, which he stages as part of his jet-set lifestyle mixing with supermodels, royalty and pop stars.

The hotel entrepreneur arriving in his gold-plated Bentley is laying on live international entertainment from artist-performer Adrie Van de Nieuwenhof from Holland, Kelly Mesoftly singer-songwriter and musician from Paris who also models as an aspiring fabric designer, and special guest ‘Miss Jamaica UK 2017’.

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