Leeds alumnus and Made in Chelsea star Jamie Laing is to give common students across the country the chance to experience his London lifestyle.
To celebrate the launch of Gleepost’s new online chat service, ‘UniRoulette’, Jamie will show four students the time of their lives in the capital, offering them a taste of the E4 reality television show.
UniRoulette is based on voyeurs’ favourite stalking ground ‘ChatRoulette’, offering a randomised video chat system exclusive to students.
Laing will be making an appearance on the site when it is launched on February 25. Those digital denizens fortunate enough to be connected to the ‘Made in Chelsea’ star online will have chance to convince him that they could join his ‘bois’ for a night out in London.
Should they measure up to expectations of ‘banter’, two ‘UniRoulette’ users and their friends will be invited to join Mr Laing’s urban festivities.
UniRoulette was founded by Leeds students Patrick Molgaard, Tade Oyerinde and his twin brother Tosh. Speaking to Leeds Student, Tade said: “Jamie is passionate about young emerging businesses and we thought he’d love the concept and want in. From there we just met up for drinks, bounced ideas and got going really.”
To be in with a chance of being granted an audience with Jamie Laing, log onto gleepost.com at 8pm on February 25.
Words: Max Bruges