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A casting call seeking a ‘very pretty’ girl for a Milka chocolate ad banned overweight or redhead children from applying

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  • A casting call for Milka chocolate sparked outrage by banning overweight or redhead children from applying.
  • The ad, which was spotted by performer Helen Raw, read: "Eye colour and hair colour are not important but no red hair […] she must NOT have reached puberty."
  • Talent agency website Spotlight, which initially tried to amend the post, apologized for not taking it down sooner.
  • Milka owner Mondelēz International added: "We would never approve the use of such a notice, and are urgently reviewing the situation with Spotlight UK to understand how and why it has happened."
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A casting call for a "very pretty" and "childlike" girl to star in a Christmas advertising campaign has sparked outrage online for banning overweight children and redheads from applying.

The call was for an advertisement for Milka chocolate and was spotted by performer Helen Raw.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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