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Cute baby charms nation

LEONGATHA’S Callum Hackett has gone on to win a national competition with his cute smile and singing abilities. Callum’s mum Angela entered her three year old in the Bonds Baby competition with a 15 second video of him singing his alphabet.

“I originally saw the competition on Facebook and all entries received a 40 per cent off code so I entered both my children in it just for the code,” Ms Hackett said.

“I filmed him singing his ABCs in January when we went camping. I thought it was cute because he adds in words like ‘bananas’ and ‘eleven’. I did not expect him to win though.

“We received a call last Thursday to say Callum’s video won the competition and he would be going in the running to be in a future Bonds ad campaign.”

Callum’s was the only video selected from a pool of entries. He will join babies who won the photo competition for a photo shoot in April, with hopes of becoming the next face of Bonds.

“Callum scored an all expenses paid trip to Melbourne where we will stay in a hotel while he does the photo shoot with the other winners. He also won a $1000 Bonds prize pack, which he was very excited about. He loves his Bonds,” Ms Hackett said.

“We are pretty stoked. It definitely beat winning that 40 per cent off code.”

While Callum showed potential in his video entry, Ms Hackett said she does not want to push her son into the competition.

“I am definitely not a pageant mum, even though Callum is very cute. Some days Callum likes having his photo taken and sometimes he hates it, so we will just have to wait and see what happens,” she said.

Young model: from left, Angela Hackett and her star son Callum will be heading to Melbourne in April for a photo shoot with Bonds Australia.

Young model: from left, Angela Hackett and her star son Callum will be heading to Melbourne in April for a photo shoot with Bonds Australia.

 

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