Auditions are now open to become a GoDaddy Girl. GoDaddy is famous for lots of reasons besides being the most popular domain name registrar and came into the limelight for the buzz they generated by GoDaddy girl Candice Michelle (Nikki Capelli) in the Super Bowl commercials. Now you can audition to become a GoDaddy girl yourself.
Go Daddy girls have always created a buzz and now you can join the ranks of Valerie Thompson, Candice Michelle, Rachel Storm and Danica Patrick and become a GoDaddy girl.
If you’re hot, edgy and want to get your hands on a big chunk of cold cash, bring your assets to a Bike Week near you! The search continues in August at Sturgis, South Dakota.
Win and you’ll join the Daytona and Arizona Bike Week finalist for the chance to officially join Candice Michelle, IndyCar driver Danica Patrick and motorcycle drag-racing star Valerie Thompson, as a spokeswoman for the company.
A quick look at the Go Daddy girls reveals some details about these girls –
- Candice Michelle – made her debut on World Wrestling Entertainment’s RAW in 2004. She got lot of fame in Go Daddy’s 2005 Super Bowl commercial which was a parody of Janet Jackson’s 2004 “wardrobe malfunction”. She is popular on Go Daddy TV, and was featured on the April 2006 cover of Playboy magazine.
- Rachel Storm – She is the familiar face on Go Daddy web site and also starred in a series of three Go Daddy TV commercials.
- Danica Patrick – Danica made sports history when she became only the 4th woman to race in the Indy 500 and the 1st woman ever to lead it. Go Daddy is Danica’s newest sponsor.
- Valerie Thompson – the fastest woman on two wheels, she is a World Land Speed Record Holder. Her corporate sponsor is GoDaddy.com
Check out the photogallery of various Godaddy events and spot them. You could be a Go Daddy Girl. You need to be 21 years of age or older, complete the contest application and not be a Go Daddy employee. GoDaddy sure knows how to sell domain names!
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