'Red hot' ginger guys wanted for Ibiza 2020 calendar
Are you a ginger male that would happily describe themselves as "red hot"? Do you enjoy frolicking around on the beach with other good looking, red-headed males in tight Speedos? Can you see yourself being the freckly face of October? If so, you may want to keep reading.
The Red Hot European Boys 2020 calendar is on the lookout for new models to feature in their upcoming release - all you need to be is a redheaded, good looking male.
Check out footage from their recent steamy shoot. Could this be you?
The Red Hot team consists of photographer Thomas Knights and art director Elliott James Frieze, and after spending countless hours sifting through thousands of submissions to find the sexiest redheaded males Europe has to offer, six were chosen - meaning they still need six more to fill the calendar.
Now, you may be reading this thinking that you don't stand a chance of being selected to be one of the "12 mouth-watering redheads" featured, but according to WorldAtlas.com, approximately 2% of people on Earth are naturally red-headed - so the odds are actually in your favour!
As well as keeping users organised with the standard months and dates, the calendar will also feature "non-explicit nudity", "gorgeous bodies", "handsome faces", and "beach bums". Just what we all need to view when we're booking our upcoming dentist appointments.
The company insists that all potential candidates are natural gingers and boast an "athletic" body. But don't think you'll just be selected just because you've got firey red hair and chiseled abs, because Red Hot are also looking for models who possess "cheeky personalities" as well.
So, if you think you tick all these boxes, why not submit a few cheeky photos of yourself wearing Red Hot’s stylish underwear to their Instagram account?
And if you are one of the lucky boys to be selected, you could be jetting off to the Mediterranean island of Ibiza for a steamy photo shoot on the beach. (Just make sure you pack your factor 50).
The team's first art book, the Red Hot 100, launched all the way back in 2014, and raised over £10,000 ($12,900) for charity, which is proof that these gorgeous ginger guys not only have a fanbase but a kind heart, too.
But the boys need all the help they can get, so be sure to check out their Kickstarter and maybe donate to this worthy cause!